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New Netflix Shows Your Kiddos Will Love

Finding something wholesome and funny enough to keep your kids engaged and laughing seems to be a task these days. With multiple streaming outlets out there today what is on it these websites that are kid/family friendly? Here are my top ten Netflix shows you and your kids will love!

 

Harvey Girls Forever

Rated: TV-Y7

  • Audrey, Lotta, and Dot — the Harvey Girls — are the self-appointed guardians of Harvey Street; the BFFs do whatever it takes to make sure it’s the best block to never grow up on.

 

Chip and Potato

Rated: TV-Y

  • A pug named Chip is starting kindergarten, making new friends and trying new things with a little help from her little mouse pal Potato.

 

She-Ra and the Princess of Power

Rated: TV-Y7-FV

  • When Soldier Adora discovers a magic sword she also discovers her identity as a legendary hero She-Ra.

 

Dennis and Gnasher Unleashed

Rated: TV-Y7

  • Fearless Dennis and his loyal dog Gnasher and best friends Rubi, JJ, and Pieface quench their thirst for adventure by wreaking havoc all over Beantown.

 

Spirit: Riding free

Rated: TV-Y7

  • In a small western town, ex-city girl Lucky creates a bond with a wild horse named spirit while having adventures with her best pals Pru and Abigail.

 

Carmen Sandiego

Rated: TV-Y7-FV

  • A master thief who uses her skills for good, Carmen Sandiego travels the world foiling V.I.L.E.’s evil plans, with the help of her savvy sidekicks.

 

Pinky Malinky

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Rated: TV-Y7

  • Pinky Malinky always seems to see the brighter side of things, including being born a hot dog.

 

Ask the Story Bots

Rated: TV-Y

  • Five inquisitive little creatures track down the answers to kids’ biggest questions, like why night happens and why we need to brush our teeth.

 

All Hail King Julien

Rated: TV-Y7-FV

  • Madagascar’s booty-shaking king Julien takes on the jungle’s wildest adventures.

 

Cupcake and Dino: General Services

Rated: TV-Y7

  • An ambitious cupcake and his dinosaur brother try to rule the general services industry in the big city.
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