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12 Best Children’s Educational YouTube Channels

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In today’s post, we’re going to show you some of the top YouTube channels for instructional video content tailored for children. These are channels that offer educational, interesting, and engaging information. Physics and science are covered, as well as DIY and craft projects. We encourage you to have a look at these and share them with your friends.

 


 

1) SciShow Kids

SciShow Kids produces instructional video content aimed at piquing children’s interest and immersing them in tough learning situations. Music, ocean animals, technology, scientific experiments, and a variety of other themes are among the topics covered.

 

2) SimpleCrafts

Make numerous crafts with your children to engage them in hands-on learning activities. 5 minute crafts, doll crafts, general DIY, and many other types of video content have been shared.

 

3) Peekaboo KidZ

Peekaboo KidZ publishes educational films on a variety of subjects, including classic English, geography, learning impairments, alphabet songs, nursery rhymes, and more.

 

4) National Geographic Kids

“With strange, wild, and wacky videos, Nat Geo Kids makes it fun to explore the world around you! Amazing creatures, fascinating science, amusing pets, and more are featured in videos created specifically for curious kids like you.

 

5) Free School

FreeSchool is a safe and welcoming environment where children can be exposed to well-known art, classical music, children’s literature, and natural science in an age-appropriate and kid-friendly manner.

 

6) YouTube Kids

YouTube Kids is Google’s children’s version of YouTube. It includes video content geared toward children’s minds. The website offers a kid-friendly atmosphere that is packed with family-friendly films on a variety of topics.

 

7) Sesame Street

Sesame Street is a children’s television show that features educational and entertaining video content. Animal songs for kids, nursery rhymes sing-alongs, Sesame Street and Dodo kids, Story time with Sesame Street, Abby’s amazing adventures, practice healthy behaviors with Sesame Street, and many more may be found on the Sesame Street playlists.

 

8) Homeschool Pop

Learning videos for elementary children can be found on Homeschool Pop. Women’s history month videos for kids, homeschool videos on YouTube, 4th grade learning videos, earth day videos for kids, classroom timers for kids, science videos for kids, first grade social studies, and many more playlists can be found on this channel.

 

9) Art for Kids Hub

Art for Kids Hub provides children with enjoyable art sessions. Kids can learn how to draw Incredibles, how to draw the nativity, how to draw Emojis, Earth Day art projects, the secret life of pets, how to draw angry birds, how to draw Lego characters, how to draw dogs, how to draw people, how to draw Harry Potter cartoon characters, speed drawings, and how to draw musical instruments.

 

10) Smithsonian Channel

The Smithsonian Channel is a place where kids and young learners may watch instructional documentaries about space, history, science, wildlife, and pop culture. The continual quest for equality, impossible repairs, amazing animal pals, meaning in music, amazing dogs, aerial Britain, why we love earth, our incredible oceans, and many other playlists are among the most popular.

 

11) TED-Ed

The commitment of TED-Ed to developing lessons that are worth sharing is a natural extension of TED’s purpose of communicating outstanding ideas. You’ll find carefully curated instructional videos in TED-increasing Ed’s library of TED-Ed animations, many of which are collaborations between brilliant educators and animators recognized through the TED-Ed website (ed.ted.com).

 

12) Cosmic Kids Yoga

Cosmic Kids Yoga is a collection of videos that teach kids yoga and mindfulness. Gratitude playlists, mental health superpowers, 10 minutes or less, happiness playlists, and many others are among the playlists available.

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