Parents have a tough time deciding which kids to take into their homes.
Here are a few easy ways to find what you’re looking for.1.
Find children’s books and video games for free on YouTube or other digital platforms.
Many children’s titles are available on YouTube, such as Disney’s Pocahontas and the latest Pixar movie Finding Dory.
There are also many free and low-cost digital video games, like Minecraft and Angry Birds.2.
Search for children’s video game rentals on Amazon.com, GameStop.com or other online sellers.
Many video game rental sites include kids-friendly games like Pokémon Go and Lego Star Wars: The Last Jedi.3.
Browse the Play Books collection on Google Drive, a collection of more than 300 million digital books, books, audio books and other content that children can enjoy on their own.
Some of the best free children’s digital books include Disney’s Cinderella, by Emma Watson, by Nancy Drew and more.4.
Try a free, low-price Google Play store for books or music.
Some companies offer their own children’s content on their sites, such in the case of Kobo.
There is also a number of popular online music services such as Spotify, Pandora, Deezer and more that offer kids’ content.5.
Check out kid-friendly sites like Free Kids, where children can download and enjoy free audio books.6.
Find a free children-friendly library for your home or school.
This includes libraries and schools, as well as libraries, museums and libraries that provide a wide range of programs.7.
Take advantage of the latest features and updates on Google Maps, including street view, public transit directions, audible alerts and other features.8.
Visit YouTube Kids to discover and watch kids’ programming.
Google has created a video series called YouTube Kids, in which kids can watch and listen to new, kids-oriented videos from the Google Play Store.9.
Search Google Play for a child-oriented movie, show, video or show.
Netflix is a great option for viewing children’s movies.10.
Try Google Play Music to find music and playlists for kids.
This service has more than 200 million songs and music videos.11.
Explore free online playlists.
Many playlists offer children’s activities, and some offer a wide variety of genres and themes.12.
Browse through the PlayBooks library on YouTube for videos and music that kids can listen to on their phones.13.
Visit the PlayBook Shop to browse for kids’ books and bookshelves that can be shared with their friends or family members.14.
Watch YouTube Kids on your TV to discover more kid-centric content, like Disney’s Frozen, which features the voice of Anna and Elsa.