April weather often spoils planned trips and you don’t know how to quickly entertain the kids at home? Try the Disney+ streaming platform, which offers an unlimited number of children’s creations, including classic animations and modern action series. If you’re having trouble finding the right series for your kids, these tips for young and adult audiences will help. Thanks to no ads, parental lock, and the ability to download and watch offline, you’re in control too.
Mickey Mouse Club House
For preschoolers, there’s Mickey’s Club, which welcomes kids along with their friends – Minnie, Donald, Daisy, Goofy and Pluto. Using basic math and problem solving, it guides children on an interactive and adventurous journey full of learning and fun.
The story of the cartoon character Peppa is very popular with children, so they already have six series. What is it about? Cute little pig in red skirt likes to have fun with friends, he is curious, he likes chocolate cake and birthday parties and trips where he eats something delicious. But he likes it the most when it’s really muddy. Because what could be more fun in the world than jumping in a mud puddle?
Spidey and his friends are awesome
Peter Parker’s favorite spider hero is used to working alone. But now he knows what he must do to become a true superhero. Together with his friends Miles Morales and Gwen aka Ghost-Spider, Spidey forms a team to fight evil enemies. In a time of need, Hulk, Black Panther, and Ms. Marvel, which you no doubt know as a member of the Avengers, will be on their way to their aid. These super heroes team up to save the day.
Mira: Royal Detective
In the distant land of Jalpur, inspired by Indian culture, the royal detective, the brave and resourceful Mira, helps the nobility and townspeople. Mira, accompanied by her friend Prince Neel, cousin Priya and two weasel friends Mikku and Chikku, search for clues and solve all the mysteries.
Who doesn’t know the adventures of Dulík, Kulík, Bubík, their uncle Skrblík and the famous Rafans who want Skrblík’s wealth. Housekeeper Mrs. Čvachtová, her granddaughter Kačka, and pilot and driver Skrblík Rampa McKvák assist the ducks on their adventure. An interesting fact is that this series first aired here in 1991. The original series from 1987 had a total of three series and a total of 101 episodes. The Ducks also watched the feature film Duck Tales: Treasure of the Lost Lamp, a sequel in 1996 and a remake in 2017.
Star Wars: The Adventures of a Young Jedi
The first programming from the Star Wars universe aimed at preschoolers is currently on Disney+ in similar short films, but will be available as a series starting in May. The May 4th premiere is no coincidence, as all fans know is Star Wars Day (May The Fourth Be With You). Set in the High Republic era, this animated series follows young Jedi as they learn the ways of the Force, explore the galaxy, help citizens and creatures in need, and along the way learn valuable skills needed to become great Jedi. And they were trained by none other than Master Yoda himself.
In addition to that inspiration, on the streaming platform you will find a comprehensive collection with Disney, Pixar, Star Wars and Marvel titles for the smaller ones, as well as classics in the form of endless animations about the Simpsons family.
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