10 FREE Streaming Apps for Kids on Roku, Fire TV, & Apple TV

Family watching TVMany of us will be spending more time at home over the coming weeks. If a little screen time is part of your plan for keeping kids entertained, check out these ten apps for kid friendly content.

HappyKids.TV

With the HappyKids app, you can sort content by age group, giving your child options that will be entertaining for them while also teaching critical thinking, social, and emotional skills.

PBS Kids

Use this free app to access all of the best PBS Kids shows, including Sesame Street, Daniel Tiger, and Wild Kratts. The app is child safe, educational, and updated weekly with new episodes.

The Roku Channel

This is the free channel from Roku, with a dedicated section for kid friendly content. With the Roku Channel, you can use parental controls to ensure that content is age appropriate.

Tubi TV

This free streaming service has a section titled Kids Shows with everything from cartoons to family friendly series. You’ll find Sonic, Strawberry Shortcake, Family Game Night, and much more.

Popcornflix Kids

The free streaming site Popcornflix has an app dedicated to kid friendly content. With a separate app, there’s no worry of kids navigating to a different genre and accessing age inappropriate content.

Kidoodle TV

With thousands of episodes of kid friendly content, there’s always something new for kids to discovder on this app. The app includes parental controls, a password protected Parents Room, and tools to monitor viewing habits.

FilmRise Kids

With Filmrise Kids you will find a huge catalog of programs made exclusively for kids. Look for classic cartoons as well as newer titles.

Sesame Street

If your kids can’t get enough Sesame Street, this app should keep them entertained. You’ll find clips from the show and educational extras featuring Elmo, Cookie Monster, Abby Cadabby, and more.

The LEGO Channel

This free app has shows featuring favorite characters from Marvel and Jurassic World, LEGO’s original YouTube Show Rebrickulous, and more content to inspire young builders.

Pocket.Watch

For kids who love watching YouTube videos of challenges, unboxings, projects, and games, this is a channel to check out. Your kids will recognize some familiar faces and will have fun watching kids make slime, play games, and create crafts

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