Earlier this week, I attended an event featuring Netflix and all of the new Family shows that have been added. We’ve already been enjoying Netflix for a couple months now, but we hadn’t even realized they were adding even more family shows.
At the event, the girls participated in a scavenger hunt. They had to read their clues which found them a prize, and a hint at one of the newest Netflix Families shows that has been added to their line up: My Little Pony.
Once they found their mini-My Little Ponies (and he got her soft plush one, you can see it in the background here), it was time to head inside to learn more about the shows. But, first, food…where we got more hints at the new shows: Smurfs (see the cupcakes) and Strawberry Shortcake (see them in the background) are joining the Netflix Family shows. It’s even more fun eating yummy snacks when they give you hints at new things to come.
Once we settled with our snacks (don’t worry, there was hummus and fruit skewers, too, oh and Scooby Snacks, another hint),
we headed to the living room and logged into Netflix and looked at the family-friendly TV shows from the 1990s to see what other shows were featured. There are shows like Woody Woodpecker, Dexter’s Laboratory, Bobby’s World, The Magic School Bus and Care Bears.
At our house, we mostly stream our TV shows and movies the Roku (because it plugs into the TV and you are good to go), but sometimes, we’ll use our tablet or something like Meghan’s iPad. Lately, we’ve been watching nature shows in the evening as a family before bed. It’s amazing how much the girls have retained.
While the girls colored their masks inspired by more Netflix shows, we learned some interesting facts.
Netflix.com/Families features several new categories including Family Movie Night, Are We There Yet and TV for Curious Kids. I didn’t even think about it like this, but a year of Netflix costs less than taking a family of 5 to 2 movies.
Netflix.com/Families is a new destination designed to meet your family’s summertime entertainment needs. On Netflix.com/Families, Parents can find lists of movies and TV shows for all kinds of special summer moments.
Visit www.Netflix.com/Families for more information on the best ways to stream as well as videos about how other families use Netflix.
This post was sponsored by Netflix. Netflix Families makes summer easier. www.netflix.com/families