Bond with your children with online Nickelodeon cartoon drawing tutorial

The tutorials are streaming on Twitch this summer

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Nickelodeon has a new way you can enjoy its cartoons that puts the power in your hands — and it could be a great way to bond with your children.

The Viacom-owned network recently released a list of drawing tutorials being posted on the video streaming service Twitch throughout the summer.

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Initially drawn live on Instagram in April, each tutorial will be streamed on Nick's Twitch channel on Wednesdays or Thursdays now through June 10. Producers, storyboard artists and creators of hit shows such as "It's Pony" and "Spongebob SquarePants" are behind the streams. Each segment guides viewers on how to draw  keys characters from Nick's programs. The Twitch streaming kicked off May 13 with "Big Nate" supervising producer Jim Mortensen.

Mortensen, who has worked on “Kung Fu Panda” and “The Fairly Odd Parents,” took viewers along to draw classic Nick characters. They include Jimmy Neutron from “The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius,” Angelica from “Rugrats” and Rocko from “Rocko’s Modern Life.”

For a complete lineup of what’s to come, glimpse the Instagram post below.

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While Nickelodeon is known for its animated series, it has live-action programming, too.

One such show, “Young Dylan,” is from Atlanta filmmaker Tyler Perry. The series debuted in February and stars child rapper Dylan Gilmer, who grew famous thanks in part to an appearance on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” performing as Young Dylan. Using his stage persona on the series, Young Dylan throws his aunt, uncle and cousins for a loop when he suddenly moves in with them on the show.