Kids Entertainment (Reading, Watching & Playing):

People living under long quarantine and isolation feel extreme boredom. However, there are abundant of good watching options including TV shows, Books, Video Games among other kids entertainment. Grown-ups can enjoy it too.

Kids need entertainment as much as learning. Kids entertainment can help them thrive in academics. They learn new things from video games & learn about technology. Also entertainment helps kids in listening so we have added a list of best TV shows that can help kids develop listening abilities:

Kids Entertainment

TV Shows:

Following is the list of BEST TV SHOWS for kids. The list is prepared on the basis of acceptance, popularity, constructive reviews, cultural effects and the persistent interest of kids.

Kids watching TV Shows
Kids watching TV Shows


SpongeBob SquarePants:

The unfortunate adventure of a talking sea sponge working at a fast food restaurant, joins a boating institute, and lives in a submerged pineapple.


Blue's Clues:

Blue is a small puppy who deposits her paw prints on three signs. Steve or Joe has to infer the clues (with the help of off-screen children) to find out Blue’s intentions.


The Fairly OddParents:

After having suffered embarrassment at the hands of his babysitter, a young boy is entrusted to the care of fairy godparents to fulfill all his desires. Watch the outcome.


The Backyardigans:

A group of strong-minded animal friends using their brilliant fantasies produce melodious and harmonious adventures in their courtyard.


Avatar: The Last Airbender:

Living in extremely unfortunate circumstances, a young boy imagining himself as AVATAR and undertakes mystical expedition with innocent intentions to bring peace and harmony to the world.


Rugrats:

The comic and unfortunate adventure of some cartoony babies as they confront some things they have never seen before.


Star vs. the Forces of Evil:

This is the story of Star Butterfly who landed on Earth to reside with a Mexican-American family. She fights with rogue elements all over the universe.


Gravity Falls:

This is the story of two siblings Dipper and Mabel Pines who reside at their great-uncle's property.


Recess:

Amusing accounts of a group of six close friends consisting of four boys and two girls who enjoy their primary school life.


Kids Story Books:

But if you're thinking of keeping the kids amused and desire a bit diversion from TV screen, reading can present good alternative solution which are listed below:

Kids reading books
Kids reading books


Newborns to age 3:

"Baby Paleontologist," by Dr. Laura Gehl: It is a beautiful book intended to familiarize your kids with scientific ideas.

"Blanket of Love," by Alyssa Satin Capucilli: A comforting tale about the several resources we can employ to find relaxation in life.

"Bob Ross: My First Book of Colors," by Robb Pearlman: This book is very interesting and termed as a fun for parents and kids alike.

"Chicka Chicka Boom Boom," by Bill Martin Jr. and John Archambault: A lively, musical story which is always enjoyed by the kids.


Ages 4 to 8:

"The Chicken of the Family," by Mary Amato: Henrietta is assured by her sisters that she is in fact a chicken. She is trying to find out her actual identity.

“Dragons Love Tacos,” by Adam Rubin: It is a senseless fiction of what ensued when monsters meet together to share tacos.

"The Empty Pot," by Demi: Uprightness is compensated in this modest tale of a Chinese child who fesses up to the Monarch when he falls short of accomplishing a task.

"The Giving Tree," by Shel Silverstein: Love and sacrifice go hand in hand in Silverstein's tear-jerking classic.


Ages 9 to 13:

"All-of-a-Kind Family," by Sydney Taylor: A family is trying to explore the city together and educating themselves about their belief.

"Because of Winn-Dixie," by Kate DiCamillo: India Opal planning to move to a different place until a homeless dog named as Winn-Dixie assisted to form a new community.

"Dork Diaries: Tales from a Not-So-Fabulous Life," by Rachel Renee Russell: In this tale Nikki gets studentship to a new school and started efforts to find her buddy.

"Esperanza Rising," by Pam Munoz Ryan: This is a story about Esperanza who along with her mother is living a happy and prosperous life in Mexico but misfortune befell upon her family forcing them to go to California and work as farm labor.

"From the Mixed-up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler," by E.L. Konigsburg: Siblings Claudia and Jamie left their house located in the outskirt of the city and preferred to live in the Metropolitan Museum of Art.


Ages 14 and up:

"An Absolutely Remarkable Thing," by Hank Green: The months of April and May brought extreme happiness when she unexpectedly found robot like structure.

"The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian," by Sherman Alexie: the tale of a boy moving from one extreme to another extreme in search of education.

"All American Boys," by Jason Reynolds: Two youngsters, one white another black trying to cope with the situation after ferocious occurrence in their community.

"To All the Boys I've Loved Before," by Jenny Han: Surprisingly Lara Jean has written many letters to her boy friends but never sent and kept in her room, until one day mysteriously all letters are dispatched at once.

"Every Day," by David Levithan: Every morning a leading character mentioned as “A” is awakened in the body of a different individual.


Video Games for Kids:

It is an undeniable fact that video games are not only meant for public entertainment, but also imparting education and character building: Increasingly being employed to improve innovation and inculcate vital talents in children to make them important members of society. Besides, the children can also learn the importance of communication, the need for supportive teamwork and healthy commitment to family and society.

Kids playing games
Kids Playing Games


If one desire to know which game is teaching which skill or which game is giving more entertainment to a child, read below:


Ages 3+:


Super Mario Maker 2:

It is an excellent game for kids who are keen to display imaginative spirit. It is upgraded form of the Wii game, with more tools, complete operational approach and also online multiplayer choices.


Super Mario Odyssey:

It is a popular 3D game having impressive features with a pointer guiding you to accomplish your goal. The game is essentially a pleasure for kids and parents alike.


Yoshi’s Crafted World:

This game is described as the sweetest game on switch. The isle is renovated and the background is exceptionally colorful, animated and fascinated. Best for kids who are new to the video games.


Mario Kart 8 Deluxe:

If you desire to have a game which is easy to play as well as have fun, this is the game for you.

It is a racing game with animated visuals, simple switch scheme and incorporated with one of the best multiplayer system.


Rayman Legends:

It is a family game and one of the advantages of playing this game is its multiplayer experience. The whole family can participate and enjoy including parents, young kids and teenagers collectively.


LittleBigPlanet 3:

The most interesting aspects of this game reflected the player’s independence to design and play own side-scrolling stages. Best suited to the desire of those parents who want to get their kids attracted to video games.


Super Mario Run:

It is the best game for mobile phones. Super Mario Run is automatic runner by himself. Generally believed that because of simplicity of this game, the kids take fancy to it.


Peggle 2:

Peggle 2 is a magical puzzle game full of bouncing balls. It could be termed as the simplest and most soothing game ever made.

Very enjoyable and simple to play - take proper aim, press a switch and see the balls pings round colorful pegs. The objective is to clear all orange colored pegs in ten chances.

Remember!  It is known as the most fascinating puzzle game with exciting visuals and awe-inspiring sounds which make it a great game to play with your kids regardless of their ages.

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  1. Children nowadays can be only entertained by providing them games or good cartoons

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