E is spending a lot of her summer at day camp, weather permitting. On days where it’s raining or over 90°, She’s spends time at home with me and Aric. On these days we like to kick back, relax, and watch Netflix!
Just because we’re on summer break doesn’t mean the learning stops! Whether it’s Octonauts, Project Mc2, The Mr. Peabody & Sherman Show or Chef’s Table, Netflix shows teach our kids things that leave us scratching our heads in awe, wondering how our Little Einsteins picked up these quirky tidbits!
Like most little minds, E is like a sponge. She’s always picking up on fun facts and tidbits of knowledge that she has learned on Netflix. For example, Just recently she was telling me all about reptiles and how they are cold-blooded. She learned this all from an episode of the Magic School Bus (season 2 episode 12)!
What fun facts or tidbits of knowledge have your kids learned on Netflix?
Did you know?
From the history of Cleopatra to learning what baking powder vs. baking soda can do to cupcakes, Check out these six fun facts found on Netflix that are sure to impress!
One show that both E and Aric can enjoy together is Word Party, a new Netflix original series. From the Jim Henson Company and Thirty Million Words Initiative, Word Party follows Kip, Franny, Lulu and Bailey as they learn new words that will help their vocabulary grow. Word Party allows for parents to watch along with their little ones while fostering a fun and easy learning environment for everyone and encouraged to celebrate their Word Party afterwards with the whole gang.
New on Netflix for Kids, Tweens, Teens and Families
- Hey Arnold! The Movie
- Popples: Season 3
- Home: Adventures with Tip and Oh
- LEGO Bionicle: The Journey to One: Season 2
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