TV shows and series have been the root cause of entertainment for decades now. Although it lost its charm when the social media craze took over the world, it has now gained its traction back. Among many popular shows and series which have hooked young adults and grown-ups to their seats, kids’ TV shows have also played a significant role in entertaining kids and their peers.
If you’re wondering what are the best Kid’s TV shows that have gained traction over the decade, here’s a list you cannot miss!
Sesame Street (Ages 2+)
They have cute characters in the show, and different celebrities teaching them weekly on various topics and answering multiple questions is a must-watch. The show also has etched memories in kids’ minds that they cannot deny. The show teaches kids to be more innovative and robust. Famous personalities like KeKe Palmer, Billie Eilish, Naomi Osaka, and many others are called star guests to impart some basic knowledge to the kids.
The wonderful world of Mickey Mouse (Ages 5+)
Mickey Mouse is not only famous for their drawings but also their stories in the form of traditional Disney Shorts. Each character has mischievous energy, which keeps the kids excited. A pure entertainment series inspired by Ren and Stimpy, it is centered around Winter and Spring seasons.
Kung Fu Panda: Dragon Knight (Ages 7+)
The animated story of KungFu Panda is centered around two bears excelling in martial arts, one better than the other. In addition, the new series – Wandering Blade was released in July, which imparted incredible entertainment to the kids.
Alma’s Way (Ages 3+)
Although it is not so popular, the show is still worth a mention. The story revolves around a 6year old girl living in the Bronx, and it talks about all the ongoingss in her neighborhood. It teaches the kids listening skills and how to make simple decisions based on their circumstances.
Peppa Pig (Ages 2+)
Peppa Pig has elementary episodes which are entertaining for the kids, of course, but also the kid’s ages 10 to 12 who wish to watch something simple yet fun. So most of the episodes of this series revolve around her playing with her friends and family, jumping in the mud, celebrating holidays, etc.
Hello, Jack! The Kindness Show (Ages 2+)
Jack McBrayer is a well-known person in the comedy world who is well-known to adults. In this series, he’s the most generous neighbor in town, who spreads humor and kindness to everyone in the neighborhood. This show teaches kids about sympathy, empathy, humanity, etc.
Alice’s Wonderland Bakery (Ages 4+)
The cartoon revolves around Alice, the granddaughter of Alice, who starts working in a bakeshop in Wonderland. But, unfortunately, it is not a straightforward cooking series, as the utensils, the appliances, and even the ingredients play mischief on her.