Get your Kids to Agree on a Show with a Netflix Siblings Playlist

Get your Kids to Agree on a Show with a Netflix Siblings Playlist

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The power of a Netflix Siblings Playlist to Get Your Kids to Agree about What to Watch

Have you ever heard of a Netflix Siblings Playlist? I hadn’t either until one saved my sanity when my kids were arguing about what TV show to watch.

I must be the luckiest Mom in the world. My two kiddos get along like gangbusters most of the time.

I’m not sure if it’s because they’re a boy and girl, or because they’re a few years apart, but they’ll play for hours together without a complaint. Of course, we have our off days, and sometimes they argue, but most of the time it’s smooth sailing.

That is, it’s smooth sailing until we try to pick a TV show or movie for them to watch together. Unfortunately, the ship of peace and love crashes hard into the rocks when it comes to picking something to watch.

The power of a Netflix Siblings Playlist to Get Your Kids to Agree about What to Watch

My youngest is extremely picky about what she likes to watch, plus they have very different ideas about their favorite TV shows.

About the Netflix Siblings Playlist 

I was so thrilled to find a Netflix Siblings Playlist from Netflix Canada to help me out!

During the month of April, kids can choose from Netflix’s Tale of Two Distant Ages playlist, the Sugar and Spice collection, and the Meet in the Middle playlist. 

Sugar and Spice playlist is perfect if you have one kid who’s sassy and one who’s sweet. I have two sassy kids (yay me), though they did love the Dawn of the Croods pick, so we moved on to another playlist.

The Meet in the Middle playlist is a great choice for kids like mine with wildly different tastes. They really loved the All Hail King Julien and Penguins of Madagascar picks. 

Most of all, though, my kids are loving the A Tale of Two Distant Ages Playlist.

A Tale of Two Distant Ages Playlist Netflix Canada

At ten and seven, there’s not a huge difference in age between my kids, but these picks seem to be a great fit anyway. My seven year old always wants to emulate her older brother, so she doesn’t want to be seen as a baby. The picks in this playlist are perfect, because she gets to watch big kid shows that are still perfect for her age. Plus, any list that contains a How to Train Your Dragon movie is a winner in our house.

Do your kids argue about what to watch on TV? How do you keep the peace? Seriously, tell me, I need to know!

The power of a Netflix Siblings Playlist to Get Your Kids to Agree about What to Watch

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2 comments

Natalie July 17, 2016 - 3:31 am

Am I the only person in the world who doesn’t know or use Netflix?

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Micki August 19, 2016 - 1:44 pm

Lol, you just might be ;). I’m really a convert; I travel a lot and often have a dodgy Internet connection, and it seems to work well almost everywhere.

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