Watch Sesame Street Videos for FREE
Amazon Instant Video is offering some fun Sesame Street videos for FREE right now…
Join your favorite Sesame Street characters as they learn, play, and grow. Elmo and his friends explore an exciting range of topics, from getting ready for school to discovering the wonders of learning with music. So sing, dance, and Learn Along With Sesame.
Get a Free Sesame Street Coloring Book too!
Other ways to get kids shows for free…
Looking for other ways for your kids to watch their favorite shows for free? Here are some of the free trials you can get right now…
A great option for the kids – with many education shows like Wild Kratts, Arthur and more. You can score this free trial. If you wish to continue it’s only $4.99. You can sign up here.
The go-to for all things Disney, Pixar, Marvel, and Star Wars. You can try it free for a week.
If you have Amazon Prime, you have access to Prime Video automatically. This includes tons of great kid’s shows like Spongebob Squarepants, Peppa Pig, and Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood. You can also get a 30-day free trial if you’re not already an Amazon Prime member.
Hulu has a ton of kids channels available as part of their normal package, including Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network, and PBS Kids. You can start your free trial here.
Sling TV is a great option for cord-cutters. You can get a ton of great channels, including Disney Junior, Nickelodeon, and Cartoon Network. You can start your free trial here.
Pluto TV is a great option if you’re looking for something 100% free. They have tons of kids channels available, including Nickelodeon, Disney Channel, and Cartoon Network. You can start your free trial here.
Here are some other ways to get kids shows for free:
- Public Broadcasting Service (PBS): PBS is a non-profit broadcasting service that offers free children’s shows, such as Sesame Street, Arthur, and Wild Kratts, through local public television stations.
- YouTube: There are many channels on YouTube that offer free children’s content, including cartoons, educational shows, and movies. Some popular channels include PBS Kids, Cartoon Network, and Disney Junior.
- Library: Your local library may have a collection of children’s DVDs that you can borrow for free. Check with your library to see what they have available.
- Network websites: Some networks, such as Nickelodeon and Disney Channel, offer full episodes of their shows for free on their websites.