Olive Us: Cracks

By Gabrielle.

I guarantee you will LOVE this month’s new Olive Us episode. It’s sure to capture your child’s imagination — and your imagination too! After you watch it, I hope you and your kids will picture the world a little differently next to time you take a walk together through your neighborhood — or even across a parking lot!

Olive Us - Cracks - Behind the Scenes

We first showcased this episode in the Olive Us newsletter last week and it’s getting shared like crazy. I can’t wait to hear what you think of it. Enjoy!

P.S. — Fun fact, since Olive Us launched, we’ve made 46 episodes total. You can find them all here. Subscribe to the newsletter to be the first to see upcoming episodes!

21 thoughts on “Olive Us: Cracks”

  1. I truly LOVED “Oliveus” and the Cracks.! Such a fun and creative activity.
    We’re very excited about Ben’s and Ralph’s trip to Haiti. Eager to learn more.
    January is already going too fast, but we’re enjoying each day and eager to support you in everything you’re doing and going to do!

    Julia b

  2. Amazing! So simple, but full of imagination and magic. My five years old boy will love it. The Olive us videos, and your blog, bring some more good in to this world, and that’s something!

  3. Wonders of the world around us. “there are cracks in everything. That’s how the light comes in.” Don’t know who said this, but I really love the idea.

  4. We LOVED this episode! Thank you for promoting creativity, cooperation & imagination. Our children quite enjoy seeing siblings doing things together and we love the positive, playful nature of the episodes. We look forward to the next one!

  5. The dino/monster/blueheadzilla CRACKed me up. So simple and yet so miraculous. Fantastic! You truely have wonderful and creative kids. Thanks for sharing

  6. Such a cute idea (and execution)! Also, I LOVE the song — however, I tried to find it to purchase and my Google search of “Michael Sims Carefree” came up pretty empty :( apparently there’s an album called “Kooky & Carefree” by an artist named Michael Sims, but none of the songs matched the one in the video. Do you have a link to the album that contains the song in iTunes or Amazon (or elsewhere)? Any information would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!

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  8. Kate the Great

    I’m surprised no one has asked this yet– would you mind telling Toby & me what the chalk-crayons were that your kids were using?

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