Elf Fun with PopInKins November Newsletter 2017


Jellyfish aren’t really fish but are known as invertebrates or animals with no backbones. They have been swimming in the oceans for millions of years, long before the dinosaurs roamed the earth.   

Jellyfish are recognized by their smooth bell-shaped form and long tentacles below the body.  These tentacles have stinging cells used to stun or paralyze their prey before eating it.  The mouth is located underneath the body and is used to eat, expel waste, and squirt water to propel the jellyfish through the ocean.


The holiday season is just around the corner and Christopher Pop-In-Kins is looking forward to popping into the Children’s World for his 33rd year.

 Thank you for letting Christopher, Christina Marie, and Mittens be a part of your holiday tradition and celebrations.

Click on the turkey to download and print.

 Here are a few of the pictures posted on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and other social media featuring Christopher and Christina Marie Pop-In-Kins.  Please post your Pop-In-Kins photos and stories from this and past holiday season. 

We would love to hear from you.

Tags: No tags

Comments are closed.