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Best Science Shows for Kids on Netflix

Do your kids like watching TV? If they do, chances are they’ve watched a show on Netflix. Did you know that there are tons of great science shows for kids on Netflix?

Science is all around us and it’s important for kids to learn about it. Here are some of the best science shows for kids on Netflix.

Science Shows for Kids on Netflix

Emily’s Wonder Lab

Emily and the crew get curious about ultraviolet light, mixing up their fluorescent paint. At-home experiment: lava lamp. | Stream on Netflix

Ada Twist, Scientist

Pint-sized scientist Ada Twist and her two best friends are asking big questions — and working together to discover the truth about everything! | Stream on Netflix

Brainchild

From germs and emotions to social media and more, it’s the science of your world explained in a way that’s refreshingly relatable. | Stream on Netflix

The Inbestigators

Four clever school kids start their own detective agency and vlog about their adventures, becoming fast friends in the process. | Stream on Netflix

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Project MC2

Teenage spy McKeyla teams up with three other super-smart girls to become secret agents who use their science and tech skills to save the day. | Stream on Netflix

Human: The World Within

Cutting-edge science and captivating personal stories collide in this illuminating docuseries about the incredible workings of the human body. | Stream on Netflix

The Future Of

With the help of industry experts, this innovative docuseries examines new and emerging technological trends to imagine revolutionary possibilities. | Stream on Netflix

Connected

Science journalist Latif Nasser investigates the surprising and intricate ways we are connected to each other, the world, and the universe. | Stream on Netflix

Diagnostic

Dr. Lisa Sanders crowdsources diagnoses for mysterious and rare medical conditions in a documentary series based on her New York Times Magazine column. | Stream on Netflix

Puff: Wonders of the Reef

A baby pufferfish travels through a wondrous microworld full of fantastical creatures as he searches for a home on the Great Barrier Reef. | Stream on Netflix

Lost in Space (TV-PG)

After crash-landing on an alien planet, the Robinson family fights against all odds to survive and escape. But they’re surrounded by hidden dangers. | Stream on Netflix

Bill NYE: Saves The World

Emmy-winning host Bill Nye brings experts and famous guests to his lab for a talk exploring scientific issues that touch our lives. | Stream on Netflix

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Babies

From nature to nurture, this docuseries explores the groundbreaking science of how infants discover life during their first year. | Stream on Netflix

72 Dangerous Animals: Asia

Powerful cats, indestructible arachnids, and flesh-melting pit vipers are just the beginning of this series about Latin America’s deadliest creatures. | Stream on Netflix

Wild Babies

Follow the adventures of baby lions, elephants, penguins, pangolins, and more as they learn to navigate the highs and lows of life in the wild. | Stream on Netflix

High Score

This docuseries traces the history of classic video games, featuring insights from the innovators who brought these worlds and characters to life. | Stream on Netflix

Absurd! Planet

Bizarre dramas unfold in the world’s wet and wild oceans, including a leopard seal and a crustacean that team up to ruin an octopus’s day. | Stream on Netflix

A Storybots: Space Adventure

Join the StoryBots and the space travelers of the historic Inspiration4 mission as they search for answers to kids’ questions about space. | Stream on Netflix

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“I absolutely love sharing movies with my kids as a way to teach them valuable lessons. It’s like this awesome bonding experience where we all snuggle up on the couch with some popcorn, and I get to see their little faces light up with curiosity. Whether it’s a classic with timeless morals or a new animated flick with hidden gems of wisdom, it’s a fantastic way to impart important life lessons in a fun and engaging way. Plus, the post-movie discussions are priceless – hearing their take on the characters and the story adds a whole new dimension to our family time.” –a Homeschooling parent

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