9 new kids' shows and movies coming to Netflix Canada this February

Every month, Netflix Canada adds new shows and movies for your kids to stream. Here's what's coming up this month.

When you’re a parent, “Netflix and chill” means your kid watches some PAW Patrol while you finally sit down for a second and relax. Excessive screen time obviously isn’t ideal, but a bit of Netflix here and there won’t hurt. If the kids are getting bored of what’s already available, check out what’s new for kids on Netflix Canada for February.

Note: Age recommendations are approximate. Every kid is different—you’re the best judge of what’s appropriate and what your kid can handle.

The Little Engine That Could
Best for: Ages 4+
Featuring an all-star cast (including Jamie Lee Curtis!), the timeless story comes to life in this feature-length film filled with fun and adventure. Available Feb. 17.

Transformers: Robots in Disguise (season 2)
Best for: Ages 8+
When a prison ship crash unleashes hundreds of Decepticons on Earth, Bumblebee leads a new Autobot force to protect humankind. Available Feb. 17.

Project MC2 Valentine’s Day Special
Best for: Ages 7+
The girls visit NOV8’s amazing headquarters, where the Quail gives them a new mission involving an old friend. But something strange is afoot. Available Feb. 14.

Best for: Ages 7+
In this Disney movie, a girl named Sophie encounters the Big Friendly Giant who, despite his intimidating appearance, turns out to be a kindhearted soul who is considered an outcast by the other giants because, unlike them, he refuses to eat children. Available Feb. 16.

Dragons: Race to the Edge (season 4)
Best for: Ages 8+
The Dragon Riders earn the trust of another tribe and form an alliance against Viggo, who’s busy creating a new secret weapon: Project Shell Fire. Available Feb. 17.

Veggietales in the City
Best for: Ages 4+
Larry, Bob and their Veggie pals expand their horizons, presenting colorful, inspiring tales from the city as well as their own backyards. Note: The stories on this show may convey moral themes based on Christianity and the Bible. Available Feb. 24.

The Land Before Time XIV: Journey of the Brave
Best for: Ages 6+
When Littlefoot’s father doesn’t return from a trip, the brave dinosaur and his pals set off on a rescue mission through strange new lands. Available Feb. 12.

Ella Enchanted
Best for: Ages 8+
Burdened with the “gift” of obedience by a fairy godmother, Ella searches for a way to lift the curse that prevents her from pursuing her dreams. Stars Anne Hathaway. Available Feb. 1.

Masha’s Spooky Stories (season 1, episodes 5 & 6)
Best for: Ages 4+
Little Masha shares tales of common childhood fears like ghosts and monsters. She playfully explains why these creatures are nothing to worry about. Available Feb. 1.

Last call: Home
All good things must come to an end. The movie Home will be removed from Netflix Canada on February 25. If your kids love it, get in a few viewings before then.

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