The schools are out for summer and this would have been the time kids would have been going to the malls or the parks. Whereas it is not possible to go out, but there is a lot of fun that kids can have at home. From DIY projects to help with household chores, you can occupy them in many ways. Sometimes you only want some entertainment for the kid inside you and also the kid under your care. We have the perfect kids movies for both those kids. Now is the time you can let your kids see the magic that you experienced when you were a kid with some recent releases as well.

Coco

Based on Día de Muertos, this movie is very much alive despite what the title might suggest. Miguel (Anthony Gonzalez) wants to pursue his love for singing against the wishes of his family and crosses to the other side. The movie is filled with vibrant colors, along with making you laugh, cry, and sometimes both at the same time.

Streaming on: Disney+ Hotstar

Wall-E

We have seen the worst-case scenarios of what happens when the robots get sentient. This is one of the best-case scenarios. It is the 29th Century, humanity has abandoned the earth, but WALL-E hasn’t lost hope and will do anything to get them back.

Streaming on: Disney+ Hotstar

Honey, I Shrunk the Kids

A genius dad invents a device that can shrink things but it isn’t perfect yet. His kids and the neighbor’s kids play around it and accidentally shrink themselves. Now they are lost in the backyard among things that occupy our nightmares like bugs that have suddenly become huge.

Streaming on: Disney+ Hotstar

Madagascar

You will like to move it when you watch this movie. Alex (Ben Stiller)and his friends are on the way to be transported to another zoo when their ship crashes, and they are transported on an abandoned island.

Streaming on: Prime Video

How to Train Your Dragon

Toothless (Jay Baruchel) and Hiccup’s adventures are all you need for fun Sunday afternoon. Let this dragon and his rider take you on a ride of your life as they befriend each other and save their village from the big evil dragon.

Streaming on: Prime Video

Pokémon: Detective Pikachu

Who doesn’t like Pokémon? From the animated show we saw to those character cards we collected and traded, the series holds a special place in our hearts. Added to that, Ryan Reynolds as Pikachu cannot be any cuter, and you get to see a lot more Pokémon in the live-action format.

Streaming on: Prime Video

Kung Fu Panda

Po Ping (Jack Black), accidentally or by some grand design, is declared the chosen warrior to battle their greatest enemy Tai Lung (Ian McShane). Go on this journey as they Po with the furious five defeat Tai Lung and restore peace. Don’t blame us if the entire family suddenly craves noodles.

Streaming on: Prime Video

There are a lot more kids movies you can watch after you finish these and you can come back for more recommendations. Meanwhile, keep washing your hands and stay safe.