Disney+ Offers “Kids Mode” For Family Friendly Viewing. Though nothing on Disney+ is rated higher than PG-13, some titles may still be inappropriate for small children. To help keep Disney+ as family-friendly as possible, Disney is offering a “Kids Mode” while using Disney+ to offer safe surfing of the site by even the youngest eyes.
Disney+ has plenty to offer for their young viewer including movies and shows from their favorite studios and television networks such as: Disney Junior, Disney Channel, Walt Disney Animation Studios, Pixar, and more!
The “Kids Mode” is easily added to an individual profile, letting parents feel free to allow their little ones to search for something to watch to their hearts content! You can set time limits, select appropriate ratings, specifically block unwanted content, and more.
Disney has made a conscious effort to keep Disney+ family-friendly, but some content from studios such as Lucasfilm (Star Wars) and Marvel Studios, may be too violent or depict brutal or scary imagery for younger viewers.
As a parent I can appreciate this feature, especially with having a toddler in the house. As she gets older, there will be titles she will have to wait to watch and this will give us a sense of ease when she gets her allotted screen time. It’s comforting to know they can’t accidentally access a film or show that’s a bit more mature than they are ready for, and the customization allows us to pick and choose what is viewable.
So what can your kid watch on “Kid Mode”? There is SO MUCH content that is kid/family appropriate it’s mind boggling! Your child will not have trouble finding something to watch. Whether it’s Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, Elena of Avalor, or Moana, kids of all ages have something to enjoy. With hundreds of movie titles, thousands of episodes from various television shows and Disney+ originals, you and your family will have hours of entertainment at your fingertips.
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