As moms to young ones, we’re excited to tell you about Kanopy Kids, a new programming block from Kanopy, the video on demand streaming service available to public library card holders for free.
In addition to Kanopy’s main catalog that offers tens of thousands of documentaries, feature films, rare titles, and classic movies, Kanopy Kids will offer content for children aged preschool and up featuring a curated selection of educational and enriching videos with developmentally appropriate age-based ratings from Common Sense Media.
The new catalog brings invaluable learning material to children of all ages, entirely free through a public library account. The catalog highlights films and TV series that inspire and inform, helping children develop empathy, mindfulness, and self-esteem through entertaining and educational videos.
With the launch of Kanopy Kids, Kanopy expands its mission to provide thoughtful entertainment to everyone, from young students to lifelong learners. Kanopy Kids features approximately 500 children’s titles at launch, with more than 100 to be added each month. Both Kanopy and Kanopy Kids are available on any computer, television, or mobile device with apps for Roku, Chromecast, Apple TV, Amazon Fire Tablet, iOS, and Android and can be found at most major U.S. public libraries including Los Angeles, New York, Seattle, Brooklyn, Queens, Austin, New Orleans, San Francisco, Annapolis, Philadelphia, Oklahoma City, Kansas City, and Phoenix.
Kanopy Kids categories include TV Series, Learning Languages, Animated Storybooks, Anime Favorites, Classic Films and Movies for the Whole Family. Key titles include Arthur, Babar, Franklin & Friends, Maya The Bee, Wild Kratts, Between the Lions, Little Pim, and Nigerian-animated Bino & Fino. The collection also highlights Classic Films from Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton and Oscar® nominated titles including A Cat in Paris and The Secret of Kells, plus family-friendly documentaries, Girls Rock and The Endless Summer.
Access site here: https://www.kanopy.com