Leggins and Tizz were seen skating through the Island of Sevens. Word is that these two award-winning athletes are heading to Leggins’ private skate pad to practice his new Box Step. It’s a new move fashioned in the rexxing style Leggins is well-known for, but instead of rolling around a large arena, the Box Step is rumored to be such a tight move that it can be performed in a flat 12 by 12 space.
With the Blort World Roller Games around the corner, Blorts from all the islands plan to participate. The first leg of the games will be held in the Outdoor Roller Rink on the Island of Sevens, followed by the acrobatic competition which will take place on Circus Island. We expect more Circus Blorts to enter the competition this year, mostly due to the new interest in extreme sports.
To enter your pet Droppie in the Bouncing Competition portion of the games, you can sign them up by sending a video of your Droppie bouncing off of a Sevenberry Tree or a large rock. This is a fan favorite, and we welcome all Droppies, tame or wild.
Stay tuned for more on the exciting new games!
And remember, you can always Ask Blort a Question by clicking on the navigation bar above. Blorts are standing by…
Blorts eat food that is Round. The rounder the tastier and healthier. Blorts always suggest that you play with your food. Tossing fruit is one of their favorite pastimes.
Some foods naturally grow in a round shape, on a tree, a vine, or in the ground. These foods are perishable and taste best fresh. Eat round foods often!
Apples, almonds, apricots, artichokes, avocados, beets, blueberries and other berries, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, currants, coconuts, Edamame, eggplant, eggs, iceberg lettuce, legumes, kiwi, figs, garlic, grapefruit, grapes, guavas, kumquats, lemons, limes, macadamia nuts, mangos, melons, nectarines, oats, olives, onions, oranges, papayas, peaches, peanuts, peas, plums, pine nuts, pomegranates, potatoes, pumpkin, prunes, quinoa, radishes, raisins, seeds, spinach, soy nuts, tangerines, tomatoes, walnuts & many whole grains.
Round foods are easy to spot! Why? Because they are round, of course. Stay tuned for more on eating like a Blort.
On this blustery fall day, Blorts are snuggling in at Diana’s house. During the day, Diana takes them out to jump on her trampoline with her. And every night Blorts tell Diana another magical sci-fi fantasy story about Blort World, and she’s busy writing them all down.
One such story tells about a Blort who finally gets her one chance to earn magic, but first she must cross the Blort World sea to find three Cowflys and three magic blooms that she must use or lose—all by sunset. Unbeknownst to Tazzle, the biggest known Grunt, Yelly, wants to gobble her up and steal her magic.
Anyone wishing to speak with a Blort can send a note to Diana and she will give it to that Blort. And Blorts are always waiting to hear from Earth kids and their caretakers.
For those unfamiliar with Blorts, your luck just might be about to change.
Reach out to a Blort and stay tuned…
Charlotte is the proud winner of a handmade Blort. She chose the green one with bright pinkish tangerine hair. I will miss her, but I know Charlotte will give her a good home.
And her new Blort is going to be thrilled to find out she’ll be living with a cat, too. Meow!
TO ENTER: Follow Blort World. If you’re on a phone, scroll all the way down. Drop your email! Click follow and subscribe to my blog. That’s it! ✨
WINNER CHOSEN: The winner will be randomly chosen on March 16th. Email sent to winner for Blort delivery info. Once confirmed, the winner will be announced on my IG stories! Pick your Blort from these 3 Blorts. Let me know in the comments which one you’d pick!
You must be18 or have permission from your guardian or parent.
If you’re making a Blort and love videos, this one’s for you.
When Nindio the Purple Blort turns blue, none of his friends will help him get to the doctor, call an ambulance, or take his medicine. But when Nindio finds his purpleness, they all want to celebrate with him.
Download this digital picture book onto your computer or any device. Blorts hope it makes you smile.
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For teachers and parents tackling remote learning, this is a creative sewing project, a GIFT for you and your kids. After making one or more Blorts, kids can dream up stories about them. It’s ageless, but 2nd-graders are the perfect age to welcome Blorts into their lives.
Storytelling Hints: Learn about Blorts and other characters on this site and visit often to discover more. Things change around here, but that is the way of the Blort.
You can Ask a Blort a question. The more you know about Blorts, the better you can interact with them.
Download these Make a Blort Directions for everything you need to know to sew (or glue) a Blort. Tools you’ll need are a sewing machine, fabric (even old clothing or a blanket), poly-fil stuffing (new or from an old pillow), plastic safety eyes, scissors, pins, a needle, and thread.
Imagine sitting with your child or student, teaching them how to sew, seeing their faces when they complete their Blort, and all the comfort and happiness that comes with hugging their new friend. Picture classmates showing off their new Blorts remotely, and letting their imaginations stretch as they tell stories about them.
Blorts are standing by to see the Blorts you made, but more on that later.
Meanwhile, rumors are that they’ll be a Gallery Showplace to show off their Blorts.
While you’re waiting for Blorts to arrive on Earth, let’s sing a rap song.