POCOYO Fun & Games DVD

Pocoyo has brought his challenge to entirely new level! NOW, if 100,000 people play Pocoyo’s Recycle Game, Pocoyo will plant a total of 50,000 trees! The trees will be planted by Trees for the Future, Zinkia’s charity partner whose mission for 2012 is to plant 17 million trees! You can also plant trees (.10 cents/tree) for Earth Hour by visiting http://www.plant-trees.org.

What would you be willing to do to help save the planet? Visit the YouTube Earth Hour Challenge and see what you can do to help save the planet. One brave person is willing to shave their head if 5000 people sign on to Earth Hour. Another says she’ll wear whatever her daughter tells her to if 5000 commit to recycling in 2012. You can “take up the challenge”  and post your own challenge here.

POCOYO is continuing his reign this year as the Global Kids’ Ambassador for the new World Wildlife Fund’s Earth Hour 2012 “I Will if You Will” campaign by spreading Earth Hour’s message to children around the world through activities and by participating in his own challenge.

Your can show how much you love the earth and POCOYO by hosting a special POCOYO FUN & GAMES Earth Hour Party on Saturday March 31 from 8.30p.m. to 9:30p.m. local time. To get started on hosting your own POCOYO FUN & GAMES Earth Hour Party, here are some easy tips for planning the perfect Earth-friendly party:

-Make invitations out of recycled paper or send an email invite.
-Use organic and locally sustained food.
-Serve finger foods to skip using plates and utensils, and use cloth napkins that can be washed and used again.
-Make dishes that don’t require the oven or electricity to prepare.
-Be creative with food, ie, licorice ends can be cut off to make edible straws for the kids.
-Have a recycled book exchange for the kids and adults, instead of favors.
-Have fun and remember to have enough candles and flashlights for everyone to see!

The DVD, which will be released on April 3 SRP: $12.99, features POCOYO, the fun-loving, curious little boy with a big personality. Watch as he explores, plays games and has fun with his friends Pato, Elly, Loula and Sleepy Bird. Viewers can join them as they stage their own version of the Olympics, create a magic show and ride the new, big, scary slide in the playground. 

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  1. amy craft says:

    recycling, using CFL bulbs

  2. Jan Messali says:

    We use cloth napkins.

  3. Cloth diaper and cloth nursing pads. 🙂

  4. michelle bardos says:

    cloth diaper

  5. recycle soda and water bottles

  6. We recyle all we can…paper, plastic, glass, batteries, etc.
    Thank you!

  7. Sandy VanHoey says:

    recycle paper, aluminum cns, plastic and hang clothing outdoors to dry to conserve energy

  8. Melissa Lawler says:

    Reusable shopping bags

  9. Cynthia McLain says:

    We grow most of our own produce. So far we’ve grown snow peas, tomatoes, cucumbers, squash, zucchini, carrots, turnips, tomatillos, watermelon, strawberries, blackberries, & raspberries.
    We also have 2 apple, 1 pear, 1 plum, 1 lemon & 2 fig trees, although we’ve only gotten fruit off of the lemon & fig so far.

  10. Bring my own bags to the store!

  11. tamra childers says:

    we have chickens that are fed organically

  12. Lori Thomas says:

    recycle & reuse

  13. Have a garden and reuse plastic shopping bags

  14. melissa williams says:

    we recycle and try to reuse things around the house

  15. Andrea Amy says:

    we recycle and try to reuse whenever possible.

  16. kelly tillotson says:

    i reuse things until they are no longer functioning {i call it cheap or frugal…but its green too!}

  17. Maegan Morin says:

    We recycle all of our bottles… I still dont understand why people dont do that. I also like to repurpose things that dont necessarily serve their original function anymore

  18. Anita Adkison says:

    I take my own bags to the store and the few plastic bags we get, we reuse until they are worn out and then recycle them.

  19. Jennifer T says:

    WE use cloth napkins every day and we use our own water bottles rather than buying the plastic water bottles.

  20. amy miller says:

    we have started recycling and also we use the spiral bulbs that save energy….and went and bought lcd tvs to save energy

  21. Addison Kat says:

    We recycle

  22. We recycle our bottles and cans and cardboard.

  23. recycle my soda cans at work

  24. Anne E. Perry says:

    cloth diaper and recycle cans

  25. Cloth or canvas shopping bags

  26. I cloth diaper my youngest

  27. we recycle, or reuse plastic containers

  28. Reuse and recycle, and use fabric grocery bags!

  29. Amanda Alvarado says:

    We use reusable shopping bags and sandwich/snack bags. We recycle what we can in this area which is mainly just cardboard and paper. Cans we can turn in to scrapyards for money (My in-laws do this) and they reuse the aluminum.

  30. Alissa A says:

    I recycle cans, plastic, etc. captainliss40(at)gmail(dot)com

  31. We recycle and bring reusable bags to the grocery store

    dalleykt at live dot ca

  32. We recycle plastics, bottles and cans.

  33. Heather Augenstein says:

    Fingers are crossed!

  34. Heather Augenstein says:

    I even recycle the little plastic lock on milk jugs.

  35. We recycle 🙂

  36. Terra Heck says:

    We recycle all our aluminum and cardboard products. Thanks.

  37. Audrey Griffis says:

    recycle and do street clean ups to pick of litter left by others

  38. Patricia Williams says:

    Cloth bags and I use vinegar as my cleaner now.

  39. Stephanie says:

    we recycle!

  40. Joana A says:

    cloth diapers and recycle

  41. Amber L. says:

    Recycle and LED lightbulbs

  42. Heidi Daily says:

    The greenest thing I do is use cloth diapers and wipes

  43. Ashley Turicik says:

    I cloth diaper my son and always use reusable bags when shopping

  44. We cloth diaper and wipes and compost

  45. Reduce and reuse as much as we can!

  46. Wendy Rozema says:

    we recycle!

  47. Katy (lovekatydid) says:

    We recycle and like to buy used furniture!

  48. christie kammerer says:

    I use a steam mop instead of chemicals 🙂

  49. Lily Kwan says:

    I recycle whenever possible.

  50. Patti Williams says:

    Only cleaner I use is white vinegar.

  51. christina moore says:

    I recycle newspaper to put in my garden

  52. I use the water left in my baby’s pool to water my flowers 🙂 He LOVES Pocoyo!! He even has little toys that he plays with in the water 🙂

  53. Erika P. says:

    I use coffee grounds and used tea bags to fertilize our plants.

  54. I garden.

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