Select kids TV shows now available for free on Prime Video

Appleosophy|Select kids TV shows now available for free on Prime Video
Appleosophy|Select kids TV shows now available for free on Prime Video

There are now select kids TV shows that are available to stream on Prime Video. Prime Video is available to those who pay for Amazon Prime or pay for Prime Video by itself, which can be done in the App Store for $8.99 a month.

With the coronavirus really making a name for itself in the United States and globally, and with kids across the country who are out of school, they need something to do while they are away from school.

Here are some of the select TV shows that are now available to stream on Amazon Prime
Video for completely free. That’s right, there are no subscription requirements for any of these TV shows.

  • “Arthur”
  • “Dinosaur Train”
  • “WordWorld”
  • “Rugrats: All Grown Up”
  • “Caillou”
  • “FETCH! With Ruff Ruffman”
  • “WordGirl”
  • “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood”

Most of these are from PBS and are also broadcasted on their local stations that can be streamed on YouTube TV and Locast.

Prime Video is available on the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Apple TV and Mac. The same can be said for both YouTube TV and Locast.

Appleosophy|Select kids TV shows now available for free on Prime Video
Author: David Becker

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