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Celebrate the Hello Kitty and Friends Supercute Adventures Season 2!
Enjoy these supercute activities and downloads
Pineapple Cinnamon Dump Cake
Hello Bakers! We’ve been inspired by Hello Kitty and Friends Supercute Adventures episode “Hello Kitty’s Bake Off” to make a Pineapple Cinnamon Dump Cake!
Print, cut, and wear your Hello Kitty and Friends crown and Hello Kitty Bow!
It's race day! Hello Kitty and friends gear up for the soapbox derby race as they craft their own cars. Everyone is excited to show off their colorful cars, but Chococat is more concerned with speed and performance. Can fun overpower performance and win the race? Watch as Hello Kitty, My Melody, Kuromi, Cinnamoroll, Keroppi, Badtz-maru, Pompompurin and Chococat race together and ultimately win together.
Kuromi Takes The Plunge
Kuromi is tough as nails! So going down a water slide should be easy as pie, right? Well, Hello Kitty and friends accidentally test out Kuromi’s reputation by going to a waterpark for a day of fun in the sun. Things get scary as My Melody, Keroppi, Hello Kitty and Cinnamoroll want to go on the biggest slide in the park, “THE PLUNGE!” Will Kuromi face her fears and take the plunge? Or will her fear of heights ruin her tough reputation?
Cinnamoroll’s Dance Craze
Kuromi is helping Badtz-maru film one of his favorite skate tricks for CuteTok, but Cinnamoroll makes an accidental appearance in the video. CuteTok fans gather at Hello Kitty’s Cafe awaiting an appearance from their new favorite “influencer,” but is it Badtz-maru or Cinnamoroll? Watch and find out!
Kuromi invites My Melody and Hello Kitty over for a sleepover. As My Melody is getting her bag together, she packs her favorite adorable plush and starts to wonder if she’s too old for a plush. Watch as My Melody tries to hide her plush all night long from being seen by Kuromi and Hello Kitty. Will they ever see this adorable guest? Watch and find out!
Hello Kitty's Bow Chase
As Hello Kitty wakes up, her day is flipped upside-down when a bird takes her bow and flies away. The chase begins as Hello Kitty and her friends go on a wild bow chase around town. Will Hello Kitty, Kuromi, Pompompurin, and Keroppi get her bow back? Follow the chase and find out.
Fly a Kite
Hello Kitty and friends get ready to enjoy a day of kite flying! Kuromi, Badtz-Maru, Pompompurin, Keroppi, and Hello Kitty all have special kites, which match their style and personalities. My Melody and Cinnamoroll team up and make a very bedazzled kite that everyone is excited to see fly. Will this amazing kite fly high in the sky? Let’s find out!
Badtz-Maru’s Danger Drone
Badtz-maru thinks he’s got the right stuff when it comes to flying his drone, but it turns out he needs help to pass a drone flying test. He enlists the best teacher in town to help, Chococat! With Chococat’s expertise in studying, will Badtz-maru learn everything he needs to pass the test?
Keroppi Faces the Music
Keroppi wants to learn how to play the trumpet, but he wants to learn fast. After some quick pointers from Chococat, he practices around town. But his tunes are not so sweet. My Melody, Badtz-maru, Kuromi and Pompom ask Hello Kitty to help save the day (and their ears!). Watch and see how Hello Kitty helps Keroppi and the town face the music.
Chococat is excited to write a story about Hello Kitty’s new food delivery service, but he soon finds out there is a mystery to be solved! Hello Kitty needs his help to figure out why her treats keep disappearing. Will Chococat and Hello Kitty solve this sweet mystery? Watch and find out!
In today’s supercute adventure, Hello Kitty, My Melody, Keroppi, Pompomurin and Badtz-maru go camping! Watch as Badtz-maru shares a spooky campfire story and everyone starts to hear some scary noises coming from the woods. Who is lurking in the woods? Find out in today’s supercute adventure!
Badtz-maru is known for being the mischievous little penguin who loves to play pranks on his friends. In today’s supercute adventure, Badtz-maru plays a game of telephone and tricks his friends Keroppi, My Melody, Kuromi, Pompompurin, and Hello Kitty into spreading some fun messages with each other. Watch and see how this game ends!
Kuromi is known for her tough-as-nails reputation, so when her secret favorite series releases a new book, Sugar Sweethearts Forever, she is on a mission to make sure no one sees her with a copy of the mushy book (her reputation is at stake!). Watch as she goes on an adventure to buy her favorite book while staying unnoticed.
In today’s supercute adventure, My Melody, Pompompurin and Keroppi help Hello Kitty plan a Japanese Omatsuri festival! But Keroppi and Pompompurin get distracted while passing out the invites. Will Hello Kitty and her friends get everything ready in time for the special event? Watch and find out!
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(a) Subscribing to Newsletters. Sanrio uses contact information collected during subscription to send children the newsletter, which includes marketing content. A child may opt out of receiving the newsletter by following the unsubscribe instructions contained within it.
(b) Sending E-Cards and E-Mailing Art to a Friend. When children provide information to send an e-card or e-mail art to a friend, Sanrio will only use the information given to send the e-card or e-mail and will not retain the information after the e-card or e-mail is sent.
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