Get Your Kid Ready for the Gold Medal with These Netflix Titles

Cory and I were really into the Winter Olympics this year. We watched it every single night it was on, except for the closing ceremonies. I wish the kids would have gotten to watch more, but with the taping on at night it just wasn’t possible. But I can still instill the spirit of teamwork and inspiration with the help of Netflix. They have provided me with some great titles to share with you, that in turn after you watch it with your children you can have some great conversations. Conversations about teamwork, inspiration, motivation and more! I feel like the way to get our kids to the Olympics is to instill these qualities at a young age, plus it’s great for a lot of aspects in life as well!

Get Ready for Gold with These Netflix Titles

Big Kid Titles

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  1. The Short Game
  2. The Kid
  3. The Pistol
  4. A Mile in His Shoes
  5. Winning Favor
  6. The Mighty Macs
  7. Like Mike 2: Streetball
  8. Air Bud: World Pup
  9. Air Bud: Seventh Inning Fetch
  10. Air Bud Spikes Back

Little Kid Titles

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  1. Super WHY!: The Tortoise and the Hare
  2. Curious George: George Gets a Trophy
  3. Bob the Builder: The Bobblesberg Winter Games
  4. Angelina Ballerina: In the Wings
  5. Caillou: Caillou Gets Active

Titles for Mom, Dad and Older Teens

The Fabulous Ice Age

Let’s not forget about the moms, dads and older teens! They could be watching  The Fabulous Ice Age, a new documentary available only on Netflix that tells the never-before-told history of everyone’s favorite Olympic event, figure skating. I know I will be checking this out tonight! Also check out more titles below.

SEC Storied: Lolo Jones
Usain Bolt: The Fastest Man Alive
Lindsey Vonn: In the Moment
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Did you do anything special with your children in regards to the Olympics?

Note: I am working with Netflix for a year. I recieved a free year of Netflix streaming and an Apple TV. All opinions are my own.

 


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  1. vickie couturier says

    those are some good choices,,to be honest ive never used Netflix but my grown kids do all the time

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