Dragon Adventures on Netflix #StreamTeam

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I’ll admit it, my kids watch a little more TV than they should in the summer. It serves as my non-napping, four-year-old’s quiet time, keeps them (mostly) from fighting and helps me get them out of the sun during the hottest part of the day. Recently they’ve been taking their TV adventures outside, thanks to a little help from a package from the land of Berk.

 

Dragons on Netflix

My kids love How to Train your Dragon. My son has read all the books and we have seen the movies several times. They were so excited when How to Train your Dragon 2 came to Netflix, it’s our favorite. They devoured all of the Dragon Legends shorts in a day and were thrilled when they found Dawn of the Dragon Racers.

When our package arrived from Berk they couldn’t wait to dig in.

How to train your Dragon

Hiccup wanted to make sure we knew that there is a new Netflix Original Series, Dragons: Race to the Edge. My kids couldn’t be happier! They are loving everything about it and even better, they are taking the stories outside! They have been playing dragons, and having dragon races on their bikes. I love seeing their imaginations come to life and how they each define their strengths as powers.

More about Dragons,

Dragons: Race to the Edge introduces some of the most exciting dragons yet, each with its own amazing abilities–shock waves, cannon balls and fire blasts–just to name a few.

With the magical Dragon Eye, an artifact Hiccup finds aboard an abandoned ship, Hiccup learns there is more outside of the confines of Berk, and that a little curiosity and determination can make every day an exciting journey. In Hiccup’s own words, “this changes everything.”

 

Dragons race to the edge

If you have little ones, they don’t need to be scared or left out. My two-year old wants to like Dragons, but they leave him feeling a little fearful. Never fear, there’s a friendly version for them! Check out Dragon Tales. Dragon Tales is perfect for toddler and preschoolers with friendly colorful dragons that help siblings Emmy and Max solve their real-life problems.

Also don’t miss these PBS Favorites coming August 1:

What adventures will you be going on this month?

Dragons on Netflix


Disclosure: I am part of the Netflix Stream Team and receive streaming membership in exchange for sharing with you what we are watching. All thoughts and opinions are my own. 

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Melissa is mom to 4. She used to dream of traveling the world, now she dreams of a clean kitchen. She can be found on most social media sites as @PBinmyHair because with this much hair and four kids, you're bound to find something in it.

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