Today, April 22 marks Earth Day. A time to reflect on our role here and how we can make it a better place for ourselves and further generations. Granted, there are many ways to celebrate Earth Day beyond recycling. For us, it’s about teaching our children the importance of preserving mother earth and showing them the role we all play in making it a better place. So today, I am sharing some Earth Day: Family-Friendly Documentaries on Netflix the kids will enjoy.
Earth Day: Family-Friendly Documentaries on Netflix
Plastic Paradise: The Great Pacific Garbage Patch
Go behind the scene of Pacific Garbage Patch, an island of garbage somewhere in the Paciﬁc Ocean, where the Plastic we use somehow ends up in the ocean and sometimes inside animals stomach.
Planet Earth: The Complete Collection
An award-winning 11 episodes series, filmed over 5 years from wildlife habitat to the geographical surroundings.
An award-winning documentary that follows a group of men who risk their lives to save Africa’s oldest national park – Virunga National Park Congo.
Happy People – A Year in the Taiga
Go into the world of indigenous people living in the heart of the Siberian Taiga. They’re living a simple, less complicated off the grid and happy.
Unlikely Animal Friends
You find friends in unlikely places, sheep, and a dog; dog and cat, the list is endless. Great documentaries, and thoroughly enjoyed by the kids.
More than Honey
A look at the lives of bee hives, discover how they breed, finds out how the bee hives are facing mites.
The follow-up to award-winning Planet Earth. Travel the world while exploring the connection between humans and earth.
What are you doing this weekend, to teach your children about the importance of preserving mother nature? Volunteering, reading or making a pact to be more eco-conscious.