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You’re A 90s Baby If You Remember Watching At Least 10 Out These 25 Cartoon Shows

The animation giant Cartoon Network was born in the year 1992. That evidently makes 90s the golden era of cartoons. However, Life growing up as a 90s kid wasn’t that easy. TV was our only source of entertainment and Netflix wasn’t even a concept back then. If you missed your morning cartoon, you didn’t have the option of rewinding your TV screens. Unlike the stupid cartoons that kids are forced to endure these days, our times offered a lot more variety of amazing cartoon shows.

To surge your nostalgia, we want you to take a trip to the past and see for yourself how many 90s and 00s cartoons you still remember watching:

Rolie Polie Olie (1998–2004)

The show took around adventures of a clockwork boy who lived in a robotic world.

Maggie and The Ferocious Beast (2000–2002)

Maggie adventured in her imaginary world with her imaginary friend Ferocious Beast who was anything but ferocious.

Higglytown Heroes (2004–2008)

Kip, Wayne, Eubie and Twinkle taught the importance of different jobs and had fun around their neighborhood together.

Dragon Tales (1999–2005)

Emmy and Max ventured out to the their secret Dragon Land everyday where they had fun with dragons Ord, Cassie, Zak, Wheezie and the wise and sagelike Quetzal.

Stanley (2001–2004)

Stanley taught kids about animals and their habitats through his Great Big Book of Everything.

Jojo’s Circus (2003–2007)

Jojo, a curious 6-year-old clown taught kids about movement using games, songs, colorful circus characters and funny storylines

Shanna’s Show (2003–2011)

Shanna’s show taught preschoolers about different jobs through musical guessing games

Bear In The Big Blue House (1997–2006)

Bear taught pre-schoolers about exploration, imagination and problem solving.

Oobi (2000–2005)

Oobi was a fun puppet show that intended to help pre schoolers develop social skills, early literacy, and logical thinking.

Courage The Cowardly Dog (1996–2002)

Courage The Cowardly Dog was the story of a timid pink dog who had paranoia problems

Oswald (2001–2003)

Oswald, a fun-loving octopus who would do whatever he could to help his friends and neighbors.

Franklin and Friends (2011–2013)

“Franklin and Friends,” was an adaptation of the children’s book series featuring Franklin. The show taught valuable life lessons to kids.

Zoboombafoo (1999–2001)

Zoboombafoo was an animal friendly show that taught kids how to respect and care for animals.

Brandy and Mr. Whiskers (2004–2006)

A pampered dog (Brandy) and an easily excited rabbit (MrWhiskers) meet with new challenges together when they fall out of an airplane accidentally and become stranded in the Amazon rainforest

As Told By Ginger (2000–2006)

A show about a middle school teenager would do anything and everything to be popular. The show  aimed at educating viewers about typical teenage issues.

Rocket Power (1999–2004)

A show about the day-to-day adventures of a gang of four young friends who were all unique in their own ways.

Caillou (1997–2010)

An imaginative four-year-old boy would discover and learn new life lessons everyday with his friends and family.

The Doodlebops (2005–2007)

A colorful pop band called The Doodlebops gave step-by-step instruction and encouraged kids to dance and sing along to their music.

Clifford The Big Red Dog (2000–2003)

Clifford is a 20-foot-tall red dog who loves stories, and his owner, Emily. The duo lives on Birdwell Island where they help citizens and practice good citizenship.

Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! (2006–2010)

Wubbzy was a hamster like creature who loved venturing out with his best buddies Widget and Walden. Together they gave out lessons of values like tolerance, honesty, fairness, and teamwork.

The Wild Thornberrys (1998–2004)

Eliza, a little girl had the ability to talk to animals that brought in all sorts of adventures in her life

Max and Ruby (May 2002–present)

Two vivacious bunnies of the Eastbunny Hop town, Max and Ruby go about their lives doing everything together.

Charlie and Lola (2005–2008)

Charlie and Lola are siblings who share a tight bond and help each other in tackling their difficulties.

Lazy Town (2004–2014)

Stephanie, a young girl moves to a city called LazyTown where she encourages the lazy residents to partake in more athletic pastimes

Samurai Jack (2001-2017)

Story of an unnamed young prince whose father was given a magical katana from three gods that he uses against the supernatural shapeshifting demon Aku

 

How many cartoons were you able to recognise? Tell us your score and favorite cartoon in the comment section below!

 

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Written by Muneer