Amazon Makes All Kids' Shows Free To Stream For Everyone

There's finally some good news out there for parents who have been trying to keep their children entertained during this tough time where many of us are forced to work from home while our kids' schools are closed.

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Working from home with kids at home can be tough.

It's also tough for those who aren't currently working from home, but who do have to entertain children all day for the foreseeable future regardless.

Amazon is making it a little bit easier.

As Variety reports, Amazon is making access to more than 40 entire series of children's programming free for all customers, even those who don't have a Prime membership.

These series include 'Arthur,' 'Peppa Pig,' 'Wild Kratts,' and 'Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood.'


Amazon original programming like Pete The Cat and classic children's programming like Caillou are all available for anyone who has an Amazon account, which are free to make, right here at this link.

What an amazing move from Amazon!

Will you or your little ones be tuning in? I might have to take advantage of this myself to remind myself how fantastic Arthur is. Let us know in the comments!