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can you believe it? Napasapa didn’t bring enough bottles of lemonade for his tank – just like last time. Pffffft, Napasapa is such a dreamer!
I think it must be in his genes. His parents Nui and Trawui didn’t put enough lemonade in their tank last time, either. We have to get the lemonade from the Disco quickly and fill up Napasapa’s tank.
Funny you said “quickly”!
Max has been transforming me into a frog all the time since yesterday! [CROAK] Ooops…
Hehe, I collected a lot of points as fast as I could and I’m using Ella as my Test-frog
Max has already transformed me into a frog so many times that this morning after I got out of bed, I was automatically jumping around on my arms and legs in my Treehouse. And i’m also starting to grow swimming-skins between my toes… But I am so going to get Max back for this! I’m going to collect enough points to turn him into a snail, hehe. But how many points do I need for that? Do you know?
Expert-Question: How many points in “Achievements” do you need to be able to turn another Panda into a snail?
Please drop your answer in the comments till tomorrow evening! You can win a Graduation Cap and a Hanging Plant. No worries, those even survive cold winter temperatures.
we have great news for all fans of the cool App “Grolly’s Animal Adventures” from the creators of Panfu: A new, exciting chapter called “Grolly at the North Pole” including a Christmas surprise is out.
Get ready and put your warm winter clothes on! Just in time for Christmas, Emma and her sweet, cuddly monster Grolly will take you high up north into the Arctic, all the way up to the North Pole where Santa lives as rumor has it. And who knows, maybe you’ll even see him there. .
But Santa is not the only one who feels at home in those cold temperatures. In “Grolly’s Animal Adventures”, you can meet animals, with very thick fur. Puffins, Polar Bears, Musk Oxes and Snow Bunnies are only some of the wide range of animals that, when you touch them, surprise the whole family with their typical moves and sounds.
In Grolly’s encyclopaedia you can find more information on all animals which will possibly turn you into a wildlife-expert. And even natural phenomena are explained. For example, you can learn what icebergs and polar lights are.
This is how your adventure with “Grolly at the North Pole” begins:
“Grolly at the North Pole” is available in the App store for iPad. Search for “Grolly” or simply click here. “Grolly at the North Pole” is available for only 0,79 € for just a short time! Ask your parents for permission if you would like to download it. By the way: If you buy the North Pole chapter, you will get the first chapter (Asia) for free!
Be the first Pandas to conquer the North Pole!
P.S. “Grolly at the North Pole” will soon also be available for the iPhone! Of course, we’ll let you know when.
Today, it’s the third Advent already. This means Christmas is getting closer. So Max and I decided to start baking for Christmas today. But not just Cookies and Cinnamon Stars. I came up with something far more challenging, something for baking-experts so to speak: a Gingerbread-Treehouse.
A Gingerbread-Treehouse?? But… but… how is it supposed to stand upright?
Well, on Gingrebread that we shape like a tree. Or did you think I was going to put the house on a real tree?
No, of course not. But before we start, we should definetely ask Manny for help. All the measurements have to be correct, or else it will just collapse like a gigantic house of cards as soon as the wind blows a little.
Now Max, don’t panic. We can do it. And if it collapses in the end, it doesn’t matter anyway. We just eat the doors, the roof and all the otherbuilding materials.
Good idea, haha.
Have you ever made a Ginderbread-house? Maybe you could give us some advice on how to make it stable.
Have a lovely Advent and…
…Paws up for Panfu
Max and Ella, the professional bakers…hopefully
I am not freezing today. Do you know why? I warmed myself up this morning by the cosy fireplace that was in the calendar yesterday.
After school, Max and I sat by the fireplace with a pot of hot tea and some Christmas cookies, all wrapped up in a cozy blanket and did our homework… well, I did. Max was also busy writing and writing. He looked quite pleased with himself. I thought “Wow. Max is starting to enjoy school! Maybe I can copy that tricky history assignment.” ;) But when I caught a glimpse of his homework,I saw that he wasn’t doing anything for school. The whole time he had been writing his wish list. You can imagine how long it is…
Poor Santa has to read through all of it. Hehe, Max then fell asleep by the fireplace. Luckily, or else his list would have been even longer.
What? Where? How? Did you just say wish list? Oh, I couldn’t finish it yesterday. Soooo, wish number 746: A robot that does my homework for me. Wish number 747…
That may take a while… Have you written your list of wishes yet? What do you wish for this year?
Paws up for Panfu
Ella and wish number 748… uhm, I mean Max
P.S. Expert of the week is…Decks1 Congratulations and enjoy your warm Winter Gloves.
We love reading about your favourite things in Panfu, what you’ve been up to, how your tree house looks and what quests and games you’ve been playing. Remember to post us a comment, if you have a Panfu blog that we haven’t published yet.
Here are some especially cool blogs written by some of you active Pandas. Some of them aren’t originally in English but the hard working bloggers have made the effort of translating them for us. We need all of the blogs we list to be in English so we can understand them and be sure they’re written nicely.
Click on each picture to land on the blogs, and enjoy reading!
If you’d like to start writing your own Panfu news or a sort of web diary of the life of your Panda, we’d love to let every one know about it. You only need to do 2 things:
2) Then check that it fits our blog rules and post us your blog’s URL in a comment. URL means the website’s address that starts like “http://…”. For example our blog’s address is http://blog.panfu.com. Copy the address from the top of your own blog and send it to us! If the blog is nicely written about Panfu, and follows all the Panfu rules, we’ll publish it’s link in our Panda blogs list on the right side bar.
Paws up for Panfu bloggers!
Ella and Max
P.S. Some of the most common reasons why we can’t list a blog are that it has no text yet or that we don’t have the correct address to it. Remember to write some nice post about your Panda in your blog, and check that the address you send us works!
Here are some pics I took in my tree house today. We decorated it together with a few nice Pandas I met in the city. Can you spot any furniture that would have stayed as they were? Let me know how many you could find.
Here are another 2 cute photos. In the first one we all played mice.
And once the renovation of my new aqua lounge style house was done, it was time to parteeee!!
In how many pics could you see
* a Bolly?
* any other animal than a Panda?
* a blue haired Panda?
* a Panda waving?
* someone you know?
Safer Internet Day is on Tuesday 8th February, it’s organised each February by Insafe. Safer Internet Day started as an initiative of the EU SafeBorder project in 2004 and Insafe became involved in 2005. Safer Internet Day has grown beyond Europe and is now celebrated in more than 65 countries worldwide!
Each February Insafe focuses on informing children and young people all over the world about being safer and more responsible when they are online. This year they are focusing on “our virtual lives” with the motto “It’s more than a game, it’s your life”. This is very important to us as we want to make sure all Pandas feel safe and protected when they are in Panfu.
Safer Internet Day is a huge event taking place all over the world, last year it was celebrated in 65 countries with over 500 events! This year is the 8th Safer Internet Day and lots of activities will take place all over the world including press conferences, workshops for children, rock concerts and seminars for educators and parents. Click here to see the activities in your country!
To empower children and young people to deal with these risks a video clip has been created! It will be broadcasted on TV throughout Europe. Watch the video here.
Learn to Surf Safely!
As this is such an important topic for us, there are lots of exciting activities happening in Panfu this week! Have you met Oscar the dolphin yet? He’s at the beach waiting for you to come and complete a cool quiz, when you’ve completed it you will receive a cool surf license!
There is a survey on our website so you can let us know what you think about being safe online and the tools you use. We have also added pages to the blog about privacy settings for your social networks; make sure to check them out!
Finally, in the Parents section of our website there is a survey for your parents to complete! Please ask your parents to fill this in!
On Tuesday 8th February, Max and Ella will be in Panfu as they want to talk to as many Pandas as possible about being safe on the Internet! They will be online between 5pm and 6pm so make sure you come and say hi!
What do you think?
I would also love to know what all of you Pandas think about Internet safety? Have you been talking about Internet safety at school? What do you think are the most important aspects of Internet safety? Are you worried that you don’t know enough about settings on the Internet to feel safe? Is it important that you are able to block messages or Pandas? Please tell me your thoughts!