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These Are the Kid-Friendly Movies Being Added & Removed on Netflix in June

Summer is coming. For many of us, summer means ice cream, trips to the pool, reading on the beach (or trying to), bike rides, and camping–you know, all those fun outdoor activities you and your kids love. But sometimes, it’s just too hot to play outside–or you’re tired from coming back from the pool, and need to veg.

There’s honestly no better way to relax than putting on a good movie the entire family will enjoy. That’s why we rounded up all the kid-friendly films Netflix is removing in June–and the ones they’re adding to the roster.

Here’s the list:

These are the movies Netflix is adding in June: 

Best Friends Whenever

A new Disney sitcom.

72 Cutest Animals: Season 1

Um, yes.

Pokémon the Movie: Hoopa and the Clash of Ages


Pokémon: XY: Kalos Quest: Season 2

As if the movie wasn’t enough, the show is on Netflix, too.

Lego Friends: The Power of Friendship: Season 2

Voltron: Legendary Defender: Season 1

Because there’s never enough cartoons and superheroes.

Dragons: Race to the Edge: Season 3

Like we said, there’s no such thing as too much animation and cartoons.

Justin Time GO!

These movies are leaving Netflix in, or by, June–so check them out while you can:

A Wrinkle in Time

This is one of those movies based on the book that is definitely worth watching. Plus, it teaches your kids important life lessons–like not conforming!

About a Boy

Hugh Grant, need I say more?

Disney Animation Collection: Vol. 5: Wind in the Willows

A Disney classic.

Elias: Rescue Team Adventures, season one

Who doesn’t love a rescue boat that can talk?

Far from Home: The Adventures of Yellow Dog

While sailing off the shore of British Columbia, a dad and his son, Angus, and the boy’s Labrador retriever, Yellow, encounter a bad storm. Yellow and Angus are thrown overboard, a search begins to find them.

Groundhog Day

Because Bill Murray.


The animated classic about the ancient Greek god.


Joe Carraclough and his family love their faithful collie, Lassie. However, when Joe’s father loses his job in the mine, he must sell the dog.

Music of the Heart

After being abandoned by her husband, music teacher Roberta (Meryl Streep) lands a job teaching violin to underprivileged children in Harlem, New York. After 10 years, however, the program is suddenly shut down following budget cuts. Find out what happens.

Schoolhouse Rock!: Earth

Yay for education.

The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants

Finally, a movie about female friendship other than “Thelma and Louise.”

The Super Hero Squad Show, seasons one-two

Cartoons are everyone’s favorite.

The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss, season one

All the Dr. Seuss ever.

The Hunchback of Notre Dame

Real story: This movie made me cry.

The Hunchback of Notre Dame II

Marvel’s Avengers Assemble, season one

Kids and adults alike love superheroes.


Mulan is a girl who takes her father’s spot in the Chinese military–unofficially.

Who Framed Roger Rabbit

If you haven’t seen this, you must.

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