Best Cartoon Collections to Get You Through the Summer

Maybe you use Netflix and maybe your kids have iPads. But there will come a time when you are stuck in that minivan of yours this summer and you’re going to need some DVDs for your kids to watch that don’t drive you crazy. I know how it is. And I hate Caillou. Here are ten cartoon collections that you won’t hate.

  • Wallace and Gromit 1 of 10
    Wallace and Gromit
    Unique, clever, and NOT annoying. It's the exact opposite of Sid the Science Kid. Available here.
  • The Avengers 2 of 10
    The Avengers
    It's awesome and your kids will love it. You will also think it's awesome. Buy it.
  • The Electric Company 3 of 10
    The Electric Company
    Everyone wins because everyone learns: HEY YOU GUYS! Get one for the road.
  • Danger Mouse 4 of 10
    Danger Mouse
    I would choose to watch this if I were by myself with several other viewing options. It's that good. Enjoy.
  • Looney Tunes 5 of 10
    Looney Tunes
    It they're going to watch some good dumb fun, shouldn't it be the good dumb fun you watched as a kid? You know, before there were studies about kids who watch good dumb fun? Available here.
  • School House Rock 6 of 10
    School House Rock
    The end-all, be-all in education: If I were a home-schooler this would be my curriculum. Get it before school lets out!
  • Space Ghost 7 of 10
    Space Ghost
    I'm kind of into Space Ghost, both ironically and unironically. Your kids will dig it too. Dino Boy is a boy who rides a dinosaur like he should--not a dinosaur who rides a train like a freak. Grab one.
  • Charlie and Lola 8 of 10
    Charlie and Lola
    This series is the absolute best all around. All my kids love it still at ages 4, 9, 12, and 14. Available here.
  • Sesame Street Old School 9 of 10
    Sesame Street Old School
    Remember Guy Smiley? Get it.
  • Blues Clues 10 of 10
    Blues Clues
    Get the early episodes with Steve or don't get them at all. Steve is Blues Clues. Here it is.

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