Amazon Is Making All Kids Shows Free To Stream!

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During the Coronavirus quarantine, it's been tough on everyone, but it's been the most difficult time for parents because they have to home school their children and keep them entertained while cooped up in the house. Thankfully, different streaming services are releasing movies early and now Amazon just got on board. Amazon is helping kids and parents by getting rid of the price for Amazon Prime and is providing free access to all kids shows. The tv shows and movies are split up by age group so you can find something age appropriate for your little ones. The programs available include: The Dangerous Book for Boys, Lost in Oz, Just Add Magic, Pete the Cat, Costume Quest, Tumble Leaf, Bug Diaries, Creative Galaxy, Jessy & Nessy, Wishenpoof, Annedroids, Gortimer Gibbon’s Life on Normal Street,T he Snowy Day, andI f You Give a Mouse a Cookie. They are also offering PBS shows such as: Arthur, Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, Odd Squad, Cailou, Cyberchase, and Dinosaur Train.

To access any of these movies or TV shows, you just need an Amazon account and you're set to go. IMDB TV is also working alongside Amazon so you can stream over 80 family-friendly movies such as: All Dogs Go to Heaven, Rugrats Go Wild, and The Muppets Take Manhattan. You can scroll through all of your binge-watching options here.

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