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Stuck at Home? 6 Series to Stream Right Now!


Well moms and dads, I am sure you are all over doing school work and trying to create something new to do with the kids, and you’re probably throwing your hands up and handing over the iPad or TV remote a lot more than you normally would. 

I mean, there’s only so much work the kids can do before you all start to feel defeated. I am also sure that you are just like me and don’t want them resorting to watching junk during screen time, but you also need to get your own work done. 

Luckily, my children are at the stage where they want to learn about everything, and they have so many questions. With my twin boys’ help, we have found a few shows that I am even learning from. If you have any more shows, series or movies recommendations, please send them my way, 

These series are for elementary-age children:
The Who Was? Show (Netflix)
Dino Hunt (Netflix)
Wild Kratts (pbskids.org)
Brainchild (Netflix)
Disney Nature (DisneyPlus)
Dream Big: Engineering Our World (dreambig.com)

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24 Mar 2020


By Amy Foreman

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