My daughter and I joined this super fun call with Netflix where they shared two new Netflix kid-friendly features. In our household, it has been a habit to watch a new kid-friendly show every weekend.
We love watching with Zeeka because it’s a great way to bond with her and get to know her thoughts about different things.
Shows and movies are an important way for kids to connect with the world – helping to teach them about new places, create bonds with family or friends and understand other perspectives.
We learned about the two Netflix kid-friendly features and I’d like to share these with you, too. This will help families like you navigate around Netflix and discover new shows that you can watch with your family – whether it’s a fantasy film like Wish Dragon or an action-adventure series like Ridley Jones.
Bi-Weekly Kids Recap Emails
First, there will be bi-weekly kids recap emails to give parents a better understanding of your child’s preferences and news ways to engage those interests, like:
- Recommendations based on your child’s favorite shows and movies;
- Printable coloring sheets and activities inspired by your kid’s favorite characters;
- Top themes or topics charts that show the types of programs your child enjoys most (i.e. science, friendship); and
- Tips for how to use our Kids features on Netflix.
Now, Zeeka is always following up with me if I have already gotten an email from Netflix… LOL!
Kids Top 10
Second, Netflix launched Kids Top 10 rows featuring our most popular children’s content in your country.
Netflix has seen how Top 10 rows help members / subscribers find something to watch. And of course, helping families make the best decisions has always been important to them so now, they are offering a wide variety of safe (and fun!) tools for younger viewers like kids profiles, custom ratings and profile locks.
The Top 10 rows feature gives kids recommendations on what to watch next.
Super amazing, right? Connecting kids with their families, friends and stories around the world has never been easier. Check out these two new Netflix kid-friendly features.