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What's streaming on Netflix for kids

Whether it's a Netflix original or a reboot of children's TV classics, one thing's for sure: Netflix for Kids is offering a huge selection of shows and movies.

What's more, each month Netflix streams new television shows and movies with little ones in mind.

Here, we take a look at what's new on Netflix for Kids each month....

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Whether it's a Netflix original or a reboot of children's TV classics, one thing's for sure: Netflix for Kids is offering a huge selection of shows and movies.

What's more, each month Netflix streams new television shows and movies with little ones in mind.

Here, we take a look at what's new on Netflix for Kids each month.

"Greenhouse Academy" Season 2

Siblings Hayley and Alex return for a second season attending their elite boarding school, where they encounter rivalry, romance and mystery surrounding the recent loss of their mom. For ages 11 to 12.

"Luna Petunia Return to Amazia"

Luna Petunia returns to the magic of Amazia creating scrapbook memories with all her old friends and a newcomer from the Animal Empire. For ages 3 to 4.

"The Emoji Movie"

In Textopolis, emojis are expected to show one emotion. But Gene's multiple emotions are a problem that he tries to solve by becoming "normal". For ages 5 to 7.

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"Dragons Race to the Edge" Season 6

Hiccup and Toothless return for all new adventures in season 6 of the series derived from the creators of "How to Train Your Dragon." Available to stream Feb. 16; for ages 5 to 7.

"Wild Hogs"

When surburban bikers, played Martin Lawrence, John Travolta, Tim Allen and William H. Macy, set out for an adventure on the road, they run into trouble when they encounter a New Mexico gang named the Del Fuegos. For ages 13 and older.

"Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales"

In the fifth installment of the film series, Captain Jack Sparrow searches for the trident of Poseidon while an enemy undead sea captain and his crew are trying to capture him. For ages 12 and older.

"Justin Bieber: Never Say Never"

In this 3D concert film, pop sensation Justin Bieber prepares for his biggest show yet, a sold-out concert at Madison Square Garden. Some scenes include a visit to his hometown in Canada, surprising fans with free tickets during the countdown to his Aug. 31, 2010 show. For children of all ages.

"Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory"

When a poor boy named Charlie wins the last of the five desired golden tickets, he and his grandfather get a tour of the most unusual chocolate factory in the world. The eccentric owner, Willy Wonka, brings the young winners on an exciting, yet dangerous tour with a few misadventure. For ages 5 and older.

"Monsters vs. Aliens"

When a meteor transforms Susan Murphy, voiced by Reese Witherspoon, into a giant, she's renamed Ginormica by the government and is confined to a secret place with the rest of the monsters, like Dr. Cockroach, voiced by Hugh Laurie. A robot's landing on Earth causes Ginormica and the other monsters to have to battle in hopes of saving the planet. For ages 7 and older.

"Disney Pixar Cars 3"

In the third film of the Cars franchise, female race car Cruz Ramirez helps the experienced Lightning McQueen regain his winning spot after a new generation of race cars displaces him. For children of all ages.

"Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie"

In this animated movie, fourth-graders George Beard and Harold Hutchins hypnotize their mean principal and turn him into their favorite superhero, Captain Underpants, from their homemade comic book. For ages 7 and older.

"The Adventures of Puss in Boots" Season 6

Puss in Boots continues his wild adventures in fascinating places throughout season 6 of this family-friendly comedy series. For ages 7 and older.

"Llama Llama" Season 1

Based on the book series, season 1 of Llama Llama, an animated series, features Llama, his family and friends as they have kid-friendly adventures in their safe town. For children of all ages.

"Trolls: The Beat Goes On!"

Season 1 of Trolls: The Beat Goes On! picks up where the DreamWorks film left off. Follow Poppy and the rest of the Trolls on their adventures as they have to adjust to living with their Bergen neighbors in this animated series. For children ages 3 and older.

"Trollhunters: Part 2"

An average teen sets out on a mission to save two worlds after discovering a mysterious amulet. For children age 7 and older.

"The Little Rascals"

Join the Little Rascals as they stir up mischief all around town in this family comedy. For ages 5 and older.

"New Year's Eve 2018 Countdowns"

Before the ball drops and the New Year begins, kids can have a celebration of their own with Netflix and their favorite characters from True and The Rainbow Kingdom, Pororo, Larva, Word Party, Puffin Rock, Beat Bugs, Skylanders Academy, All Hail King Julien and Trollhunters. For children of all ages.

"The Santa Clause"

An ordinary man learns he must become the new Santa. For ages 5 and older.

"The Santa Clause 2"

Scott Calvin has had the role of Santa Clause for almost 10 years, but his days might be numbered if he doesn't find a Mrs. Clause before Christmas. For ages 5 and older.

"The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause"

Scott Calvin, aka Santa Claus, has to keep his new family happy while also stopping Jack Frost from taking over Christmas. For ages 5 and older.

"DreamWorks Home: For the Holidays"

Oh wants to introduce Christmas joy to his fellow Boovs, but in his pursuit, he nearly destroys the city. For ages 7 and older.

"All Hail King Julien" Season 5

King Julien of Madagascar tackles the jungle's wildest adventures in season five of this animated program. For ages 7 and older.

"A Storybots Christmas"

Follow the Storybots this holiday season as Bo heads north to study the art of gift-giving with Santa Claus himself -- only to find out he's missing. For children of all ages.

"Trolls Holiday"

Join Poppy and the rest of the Snack Pack to discover what happens after the Bergen's one holiday is gone. Poppy is eternally optimistic that a new day of celebration is just what Bergen Town needs. For ages 6 and older.

"Charlotte's Web"

Wilbur the pig is terrified of ending up as the farmer's dinner, so he and a friendly spider, Charlotte, hatch a plan to avoid any butchering. For ages 5 and older.

"Casper"

In this haunted house tale, a paranormal expert and his daughter move into an abandoned mansion and meet a few stand-offish ghosts and one very friendly one. For ages 8 and older.

"Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed"

Join Scooby and the gang as they save their town of Coolsville. For ages 8 and older.

"The Boss Baby"

A baby brother wearing a suit worries 7-year-old Tim, who doesn't want to feel neglected by his parents. When world issues arise, the brothers band together to solve the problem. For ages 6 and older.

"Spirit: Riding Free" Season 3

Lucky, and her friends Pru and Abigail, adventure through a small Western town with Spirit, the wild horse in season 3. For ages 7 and older.

"Luna Petunia" Season 3

Season 3 is full of adventure for Luna Petunia, who travels to the land of Amazia with her magical toy chest to learn new things and make new friends. For ages 7 and older.

"Glitter Force Doki Doki" Season 2

Four girls summon their inner superheroes to defend Earth and the magical kingdom of Splendorius from King Mercenare and his minions. For children 7 years and older.

"Project Mc²" Season 6

A group of brainy girls, including teen spy McKeyla, band together to become secret agents, using their science and tech knowledge to solve problems in season 6. For ages 7 and older.

"Stretch Armstrong and the Flex Fighters"

Jake Armstrong and his group of friends suddenly become superheroes and learn many new things, including not being just normal teenagers. For children 7 years and older.

"Dinotrux Supercharged" Season 1

The Dinotrux are supercharged and ready for exciting adventures with new strength and agility. For children 7 years and older.

"Beat Bugs: All Together Now"

Popular songs from the Beatles make their way into this special, "Beat Bugs: All Together Now," which features a friend group of bugs who learn about their world via their backyard. For children of all ages.

"A Cinderella Story: Once Upon a Song"

A young singer, played by Lucy Hale, is determined to use her talent to get the attention of a new boy at her school, but her cruel stepfamily tries to get in the way. For ages 8 and older.

"Super Monsters"

These preschool monsters are getting ready for kindergarten while dealing with the pressure of their own special powers and being the kids of some of the most famous monsters in the world. For children of all ages.

Disney's "Hercules"

Hercules, a son of gods, was taken by Hades as a baby and forced to live as a half-man, half-god among mortals. To be able to live among the gods on Mount Olympus, Hercules must defeat evil creatures as a rite of passage. For ages 7 and older.

"The Magic School Bus Rides Again" Season 1

In the season one update of the beloved animated show, Ms. Frizzle--voiced by Kate McKinnon-- takes her class on crazy science adventures. For ages 3 and older.

"The Rugrats Movie"

Tommy Pickles tries to return his baby brother to the hospital after Angelica warns him that his parents will stop caring about him when he gets a sibling. Tommy and friends get lost in the woods and find trouble, realizing home wasn't so bad after all. For ages 4 and older.

Disney's "Mulan"

A girl living under a patriarchal regime, Mulan impersonates her father to take his place in the Chinese military and trains with fellow recruits. Mushu, her dragon, accompanies her as she helps to ward off a Hun invasion, and falls in love along the way. For ages 5 and older.

"Lego Elves: Secrets of Elvendale"

Based on the popular web series, Season 1 of this animated series about a powerful charm who's in charge of protecting her little sister--and all of Elvendale. For ages 5 and older.

"Veggietales in the City" Season 2

The Veggie friends are back for another season of exciting trips to the city, ski slopes and beyond, learning faith-based lessons along the way. For children of all ages.

"Spirit: Riding Free"

Lucky and her horse Spirit pursue more adventures in Season 2 of this family-friendly series. For ages 7 and older.

"Hotel for Dogs"

When siblings Andi and Bruce, played by Emma Roberts and Jake T. Austin, move into a foster home, they need to find a home for their dog, Friday. They find an abandoned hotel and turn it into a safe haven for Friday and other stray animals, but must figure out how to keep the noise down to avoid neighbors' suspicions. For ages 7 and older.

"Project Mc2" Season 5

Teen spy McKeyla partners with three other super-smart girls to become secret agents, using their tech and science skills to solve problems. For ages 7 and older.

"Dinotrux" Season 6

The half dinosaur, half construction trucks return to solve new challenges and experience the power of teamwork and friendship. For ages 6 and older.

"Holes"

In Disney's 2003 movie "Holes," a teenage boy is wrongfully accused of a crime and sent to a detention camp where the young men have to dig holes as punishment and the reasoning is a mystery. For ages 8 and older.

"Madagascar Escape 2 Africa"

When a rescue mission goes wrong, Alex the lion and his friends are stranded in Africa. They soon realize they have little in common with the locals. For ages 5 and older.

"Dawn of the Croods" season 4

Follow Eep, Grug, Ugga, Sandy and Gran as they explore the interesting world around them from animals to new discoveries. For ages 6 and older.