Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu (Cartoon Network) Based on a Lego building set of toys, Lego Ninjago is an animated TV series that tells the story of an aging ninja… Animation
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Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu

Two words: Legos. Ninjas. In another toy-to-TV move, this Cartoon Network show features four young ninjas seeking to protect the Four Elemental Weapons. And it…
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Lego Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu

Two words: Legos. Ninjas. In another toy-to-TV move, this Cartoon Network show features four young ninjas seeking to protect the Four Elemental Weapons. And it also happens to be pretty well-done. You just have to stop looking at those C-shaped hand.

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Min. Age 7-9 Yrs Old

This app focuses on tactile interaction and has a varied selection of educational games and activities—including kid-favorite coloring pages—tasks preschoolers with touching, tracing, sliding, and swiping the screen in a number of imaginative ways. A.W.

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Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu

This app focuses on tactile interaction and has a varied selection of educational games and activities—including kid-favorite coloring pages—tasks preschoolers with touching, tracing, sliding, and swiping the screen in a number of imaginative ways.

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(Cartoon Network) Based on a Lego building set of toys, Lego Ninjago is an animated TV series that tells the story of an aging ninja master, Sensei Wu, who struggles to train four young Ninja - Kai, Jay, Cole and Zane (Fire, Lightning, Earth and Ice respectively) - in the ways of an ancient martial called Spinjitzu. Traveling across Ninjago - a mythical land that seems to be half Japan and half China, Sensei Wu and his four elementally-attuned students embark on new missions and follow their master's teachings.

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Originally posted Jul 26, 2012