Best Toddler Shows On Netflix For Kids To Watch Now
Sometimes we get stuck at home with the kids. Maybe your kids are sick, your sick, or the world changes, in what seems like an instant, with Covid-19. With that in mind, I have put together a list of the best toddler shows on Netflix.
This list of the best Netflix toddler shows is simply based on the shows my kids like the most. I thought it would be helpful to parents of little ones for navigating the vast choices on Netflix.
Now you can quickly find the shows that will keep your toddler entertained when you’re stuck at home or need to get something done around the house.
Educational Shows For Toddlers On Netflix
Little Baby Bum
Little Baby Bum compiles nursery rhymes, each a few minutes long, and acts them out with cartoons. It’s very cute and the songs almost always have lessons associated with them that are appropriate for toddlers.
The episodes are 1 hour long and there are five episodes in each season.
Mother Goose Club
Mother Goose Club is another show with nursery rhymes. But, this show has people dressed in costume acting out the songs. My kids especially liked it because some of the people featured are little kids.
Each episode is about 25 to 40 minutes long. There are five episodes per season.
Word Party always has my kids glued to the television screen. It features cartoon animals and in each episode there is a topic kids learn about. Some examples are farm animals, colors, manners, and so on.
Each episode is 13 minutes and there are 10 to 14 episodes per season.
Beat Bugs is about bugs, and every episode features one or two Beatles song. So, your toddler will learn about different bugs all while hearing music from the Fab Four. Definitely a cool concept and my kids really enjoyed this show.
Each episode is 14 minutes and there are 13 to 26 episodes per season.
The Magic School Bus
This show is best suited for older toddlers. In the episodes, there is a class going on a field trip and their magical school bus allows them to go to all sorts of places, like outer space and inside the human body, for example.
Your kids will learn about the different places the magical school bus travels. This show is in cartoon form.
Episodes are 25 minutes. There are 13 episodes per season for both the 1997 and 2017 versions.
Shows That Will Hold Your Toddler’s Attention
Chip And Potato
Chip And Potato is about a family of dogs. Chip is in kindergarten and has a secret friend, a mouse named Potato. My kids just love this show all about Chip and her dog family.
Episodes are 23 minutes and each season has 10 episodes.
Miraculous: Tales Of Ladybug & Cat Noir
Miraculous: Tales Of Ladybug & Cat Noir takes place in Paris, in fact I think it is originally a French show. By day Ladybug is just your average teenager and by night she is a superhero. She saves the city of Paris from all sorts of problems with her super hero friend Cat Noir.
Episodes are 21 minutes and each season has 25 to 26 episodes.
This show features a little girl named True that has a problem she needs to solve in each episode.
Each episode is 23 minutes and each season has 5 episodes.
PJ Masks is a Disney Jr show. It is about (3) six year-old kids that turn into super heroes at night. It’s a fun show that will keep your kids entertained.
Episodes are 23 minutes and each season has 26 episodes.
The show Simon is originally from France. It is about a bunny rabbit named Simon, his family, and their adventures.
Episodes are 10 minutes and each season has 26 episodes.
Boss Baby Back In Business
This show is based on the Boss Baby movie which was a Netflix original. Boss Baby Back In Business is narrated by a 7 year old boy. It’s all about the 7 year old and his baby brother. Together, they run a large business.
Episodes are 24 minutes and each season has 11 to 13 episodes.
And, there you have it. That sums up my recommendations of the best toddler shows on Netflix, to keep your kids entertained. I hope you are able to find some peace and quiet, and your kids have lots of fun chilling out and watching a little bit of TV.
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