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Why this Matters
It’s tough enough to keep your kids entertained while they’re home from school and can’t go out to see their friends without some solid content. Amazon’s Free Family Titles will probably generate plenty of goodwill, too, while possibly driving some parents to purchase Prime when it’s all over.
Amazon has released a bunch of kid shows from Amazon Prime for free.
How to Access: Login with your Amazon account and head over to the Free Family Titles landing page. You don’t need to be a Prime member to see the available titles in your area.
What you’ll see: The titles will vary depending on your geographical location, but some that we saw on the page include Pete the Cat, The Stinky & Dirty Show, If You Give a Mouse a Cookie, Bug Diaries, and more. There’s also a PBS kids module so you can get your little ones in front of more age-appropriate content. Prime members can add a $4.99 charge to their membership to get even more PBS Kids shows.
There’s even a bunch of IMDB TV family movies, like Shrek Forever After, Scooby-Doo: The Movie, Stuart Little and Stuart Little 2, and more that you can watch for free (though they’ll have ads in them).
Bottom line: If in this time of COVID-19 you’re running out of family-friendly movies and TV shows on Netflix or your own DVD collection, this is an easy way to add to your kids’ TV time without having to worry too much about extra money or inappropriate content. It might even encourage you to become a Prime member once the limited time is over.