(Qumi Qumi is suitable for kids with ages 8-12)
Assalamu alaykum dear Muslim parent and reader.
As your kids grow into pre-teens and teens…
…you can share puns and jokes with them as their sense of humor grows more sophisticated, worldly and exciting.
Additionally, kids with a well-developed sense of humor are happier and more optimistic, have higher self-esteem, and can handle differences (their own and others) well.
Meet Qumi Qumi: Your Child’s New Recipe To Live a More Joyful, Optimistic Life
Qumi-Qumi is an exciting animated series for kids with ages 8-12. A picturesque world with a slight resemblance to Earth which is inhabited by three tribes living on three different islands.
The tribes – Jumi-Qumi, Yumi-Qumi and Shumi-Qumi have different looks, and lifestyles + they don’t have common grounds.
They even have different political systems and evolution stages. Jumi-Qumi is a primitive civilization governed by their Leader. Yumi-Qumi is a high-developed democratic society, while Shumi-Qumi lives in a military communist regime with the General as a chief.
However, certain representatives of different tribes do interact – and it comes out funny and unexpected.
Qumi Qumi has three interesting characters – Juga, Yusi, Shumadan. Let’s look at each one of them in detail.
Juga is the representative of the Jumi-Qumi tribe – A primitive civilization governed by one leader.
Always goofy, exciting and witty, Juga will make your child enjoy the Qumi Qumi show with ease.
Yusi is the representative of the Yumi-Qumi tribe – A high-developed democratic society.
Similar to Juga, Yusi is also a funster and a humorist.
Shumadan is the representative of the Shumi-Qumi tribe – A military communist regime with the General as a chief.
Always a joker and a jester, Shumadan will probably be one of your kids’ best character.
Recommendations + Tips for making the best out of Qumi Qumi:
- Monitor your child’s television, video game, Internet use, and encourage them to watch one episode each day
- Keep it fun, and exciting – Let them enjoy and explore the picturesque world of Qumi Qumi + the tribes (Jumi-Qumi, Yumi-Qumi and Shumi-Qumi)
- Point out similarities between everyday events and lessons in the Qumi Qumi show
- Talk to your child about the lessons in each episode – what knowledge or skills did they gain
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Jazāk Allāhu Khayran.