Did you know that Netflix is giving you a blast from the past with some titles that the whole family can enjoy? I don’t know about you, but I love watching throwbacks with my family! I have fond memories of watching certain shows and movies as a child and it gives me absolute pleasure to be able to watch them with my daughter! Here are 14 classics on Netflix to share with your kids!
For the big kids in your family:
- Saved by the Bell
- The Baby-Sitters Club
- Family Ties
- Jem and the Holograms
- The Hardy Boys Nancy Drew Mysteries
- Spiderman and His Amazing Friends
And for the little ones in your family:
Which one of these classics do you think your kids will love?
I will be totally honest, I LOVED The Baby-Sitters Club back in the day! I read the books and was a huge fan of show and had just about all of the episodes on tape (yes, tape!). I admit, when I found out that the show was available on Netflix, I just had to watch. I was surprised that three-year old E was interested in watching as well! Although the show’s themes are intended for older children, For some reason E enjoyed watching it!
E also really enjoyed the watching some of the pics for the little ones. She adores Strawberry Shortcake and The Care Bears. She also really enjoy watching Curious George!
Now for the giveaway!
Netflix is offering one lucky reader a three (3) month Netflix subscription code! This giveaway is open to US residents, 18+ and ends May 12th at 11:59 PM EST!
Which one of these 14 classics available on Netflix would you watch with your kids?
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