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Get Competitive with these Cool Kids Competition Shows

With so much adulting going on sometimes we just need relax and have some family fun. Family-friendly competition shows are always a great way to bond together and root for your favorite players in the game.

We have rounded up our must-watch family-favorite competition shows for you. Kids of various ages will enjoy getting in on the fun! 



Shop Class

A new competition series made up of young builders challenged with desining, building, and testing unique creations. 

Streaming on Disney+.



All New Double Dare

Many of us grew up with Double Dare and now 30 years later its back with the same updated challenges and a ton of slime!

Streaming on Nickelodeon. 



Master Chef Jr. 

One of the first shows to make a “junior” version for kids, Master Chef Jr. has been going since 2013. With cooking challenges and notable judges none other than Gordon Ramsey himself. It’s great to see him with a softer side in the kitchen and you even get to see his own daughter pop in for a few visits over all the seasons. Make sure to check out their newest addition, Master Chef Celebrity Family Showdown too! Celebrities and their family members compete in exciting culinary challenges for charity.

Streaming on Hulu.



The Voice Kids Version

Based on the global hit “The Voice” comes “The Voice Kids,” featuring the same thrilling Blind Auditions and electrifying battles! Hosted by presenter Emma Willis with judges Pixie Lott, Danny Jones and will.i.am.

Streaming on NBC. 


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Kids Baking Championship

This is a family favorite for us! We love watching all the kids come up with their delightful desserts as Cake expert and Baltimorian Duff and actress Valerie Bertinelli weigh in on which is a winner of their creative competition. 

Streaming on Hulu. 



Project Runway Jr.

This version of the hit show has been around for 5 years already! Which means there’s plenty of old seasons to binge. It is just like the original except contestants are between the ages of 13-17. You even get Tim Gunn, the epic fashion challenges and designs, more inspiration and less drama then the original. 

Streaming on Xfinity. 


Although there aren’t kids as participants in these shows, we think you’ll enjoy them together all the same. 



Zumba’s Desserts

This Australian baking competition show is full of the most magical creations you will ever see. If you have a sweet tooth or like anything and everything magical, this is a must-see!

Streaming on Netflix. 


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Nailed it

Crushed cupcakes. Deformed doughnuts. When it comes to high-stakes baking fails, nobody tops these amateur cooks.

Streaming on Netflix. 


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Cupcake Wars

It’s cupcake vs. cupcake in Food Network’s tastiest competition yet! Each week on Cupcake Wars, four of the country’s top cupcake bakers face off in three elimination challenges until only one decorator remains. The sweet prize: $10,000 and the opportunity to showcase their cupcakes at the winning gig.

Streaming on Hulu. 



The Masked Singer

The celebrity competition series with a groundbreaking twist where celebrities don amazing costumes and use the anonymity to give their best performance. It’s fun to watch together and try to guess who is under the mask each week. 

Streaming on Hulu. 


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Making it 

From executive producers and hosts Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman comes a uniquely lighthearted competition series reuniting two of pop culture’s biggest BFFs and celebrating the creativity and craftiness in all of us. Each week crafters are challenged with an incredicble crafting task. The things people make will leave you and your family inspired and ready to diy!

Streaming on Hulu. 


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Lego Masters

Twelve teams of two compete against each other in ambitious brick-building challenges to be crowned the country’s most talented amateur LEGO builders.

Streaming on Hulu.

Have some other family-friendly competition shows not mentioned above? Share with us via our social media. 

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