Since it was announced that schools would be closing, parent’s have been searching for ways to keep their children entertained as well as educated.
While there are plenty of ways to keep a child entertained these days, not everyone has the means (especially with potential job risk and red happening left, right and centre) to pay for subscription services and new games – which is where Amazon has stepped in and brought a solution parents definitely needed.
The content selection, which was previously available only to Prime Video customers, includes Amazon original series Just Add Magic, Pete the Cat and If You Give a Mouse a Cookie, select seasons of Arthur, Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, Odd Squad and Wild Kratts. Better yet, if you’re based in Europe, every child’s favourite show Peppa Pig and Ben & Holly’s Little Kingdom will also be available to stream.
If you don’t have prime, to access all of the series for your children to watch all you need to do is head over to this link while signed in to your Amazon account. Don’t worry if you haven’t already got an Amazon account, they’re free to make!
IMDB’s movies are also free to watch on this time on IMDBtv, including:
“Shrek Forever After,”
“Scooby-Doo: The Movie,”
“Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed,”
“Stuart Little 2,”
“Free Willy: Escape From Pirate’s Cove,”
“Rugrats Go Wild,”
“The Muppets Take Manhattan,”
“Muppets From Space,”
“The Nut Job,”
“Open Season 2,”
“The Smurfs 2,”
Aardman’s “Early Man,”
“The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland,”
“Little Giants” (1994),
“Baby Geniuses and the Mystery of the Crown Jewels,”
“The Care Bears Movie,”
“All Dogs Go to Heaven”
“All Dogs Go to Heaven 2.”
If you haven’t already seen, Joe Wick has launched a daily P.E channel for children to stay active during the isolation period, so if you’re looking for ways to keep kids entertained, his YouTube channel is definitely the next best thing!
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