The Husband works seriously hard for our family. He works at a local nursery and he’s outdoors and on his feet more hours a week than I can count. As much as he’d love to come home and run all over the place with our two kidlets, some days that’s just not in the cards. There are days when he comes home with aching feet, sore muscles, and needs to rest on the couch for a bit. We’ve found a great solution for our family for these occasions to help give Daddy a break, but spend time with the kids: streaming with Netflix Kids.
With Netflix Kids, we can watch our favorite TV shows and movies anywhere, any time we want. Netflix is available on hundreds of devices, some of which we already have at home. And trust me, streaming is far easier than you think. Awesome, right? We already have the Netflix app downloaded on our iPad and I don’t have to worry about the content. The dedicated kids section has family favorites appropriate for children ages 2- 12. All content is selected with help from Common Sense Media to provide ratings, reviews, and information so we as parents can easily make choices for our children!
With Netflix streaming, we can easily access hundreds of shows that my kids will happily watch in an instant. Netflix has recently added some of my kids’ most favorite shows like Caillou, Jake and the Neverland Pirates, and Curious George plus some new-to-us shows that will become fast favorites (My Little Pony, ahem). We love having the option of spending a low-key evening together watching a family-friendly show or movie without having to wait on a DVD being delivered or seeing what’s left over at the local box.
What are you watching on TV with your family? Netflix has family favorites from Disney, Disney Jr., Hasbro, Cartoon Network and Dreamworks that are available to stream anytime, anywhere.
And streaming is easier than you think! Download the free app on your iPad, click on the Netflix app on any gaming device, go to the website on your computer – and you’re in business. Check it out here!
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