Summertime here has NOT been overly fun because it’s been so utterly HOT here. Normally we have more time to enjoy the great outdoors than we have this year. The kids have only been able to enjoy being outside at max 1-2 hours a day. As a result, there has been a lot of time to watch movies, Netflix, play video games, and making craft projects. Since we’re already huge fans of [easyazon_link identifier=”B0049UQF3I” locale=”US” tag=”tidbitofexp-20″]How to Train Dragon[/easyazon_link] movies we were thrilled to find out that Netflix obtained the Dragons: Race to the Edge series. In Dragons: Race to the Edge Hiccup finds an artifact on an abandoned ship “that changes everything.” It creates an exciting journey for Hiccup and his friends. There are new dragons and new adventures to be seen.
Del and I watched this series BEFORE the kids got to watch it because we wanted to be able to fully hear everything that was happening in the series. This show has a way of even making adults appreciate it. The graphics and storyline are truly remarkable.
As a part of the Netflix StreamTeam, we got a nice kit to make the kids viewing pleasures even more enjoyable. They got to follow Hiccup and his crew across the map that they were given. When the A/C gave the room to much chill, they were all cuddled up under their new blanket. They even made their own maps and hid treasures and used the lunchbox to store them all in.
Dragons: Race to the Edge is a series for the whole family. You can create your own adventures and make lasting memories. If you haven’t already watched the [easyazon_link identifier=”B00KCSJPS8″ locale=”US” tag=”tidbitofexp-20″]How to Train Your Dragon[/easyazon_link] movies series yet, be sure and take the time to watch them too.
School of Dragons App
You and your kids can also be part of the Hiccup action by downloading the School of Dragon App.