Amazon Prime Offering Free Streaming of Kids Movies and TV Shows
With school being cancelled for most of America during the coronavirus lockdown, kids will be stuck at home watching a LOT of television. But unless you have some sort of enormous video library or paid streaming service, kids will be running out of stuff to watch pretty soon. Luckily, Amazon is given parents some much needed help keeping the kids occupied by offering FREE streaming of some of its select children's movies and television shows.
This select content is free for all Amazon customers, but does not require an Amazon Prime subscription! It includes a mix of Amazon Original kid and family shows as well as select third-party family movies and TV series licensed from studio partners. Amazon consumers will only need to create a free Amazon.com account, if they don’t already have one, in order to watch the free programs.
Content is set to include shows like:
- Click, Clack, Moo: Christmas at the Farm
- Big Diaries
- Just Add Magic
- Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood
- Reading Rainbow
and a bunch of other shows and movies are scheduled to be included depending on how long the social distancing and lockdown continues.