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Subscribe to These 10 YouTube Channels Making Learning Fun For Kids

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Subscribe to These 10 YouTube Channels Making Learning Fun For Kids

We have you covered if you are running out of options for the children quarantined at home. Here are some really amazing YouTube channels for children to get entertained and learn at the same time. 

1. Veritasium

Veritasium is a video blog channel about science, demonstrations, expert interviews. Talking about the pyramids and actually standing next to them takes teaching to a whole new level.

https://www.youtube.com/user/1veritasium

2. Minute Physics

Cool physics and other sweet science knowledge, experiments and much more for the kids.

https://www.youtube.com/user/minutephysics

3. The Spangler Effect

Its host is a super cool science teacher. Before you know it, you’re a part of his learning experience. His passion is to find the most creative ways to make learning fun.

https://www.youtube.com/user/TheSpanglerEffect/videos

4. Make me Genius

Youtube channel for younger kids. Videos are easy to watch, they are based on stories and cartoons. You might hear a different dialect and accent here and there, but we think it only adds to the education which is learning about new cultures.

https://www.youtube.com/user/makemegenius/videos

5. Science Max

This channel on YouTube has a fun, hands-on, and interactive approach. Science Max teaches kids the ins and outs of concepts like tides, tension and gravity, electricity, flight, chemical reactions, and more. The channel also includes a number of science experiments you can replicate at home during the Coronavirus outbreak.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbprhISv-0ReKPPyhf7-Dtw

6.Peekaboo Kidz

This fun, easy-to-follow, animated video series answers kids’ common questions about all sorts of topics. Videos like “What is pollution?”, “What is dyslexia?”, and “How does the internet work?” can be found here.  The channel also includes several how-to videos on protecting yourself from the spread of COVID-19.

https://www.youtube.com/user/Peekaboo

7. Lotty Learns

With nursery rhymes and games, this channel teaches toddlers and preschoolers the building blocks of reading and other important concepts, like shapes and colors. Each animated video focuses on the basics of learning to read, like phonics, letter blending, and sight words.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChsBxlwe3VjPRt1ES4rIT4g

8.The Smithsonian Channel

Where better to learn about animals, history, and culture than here? These brief, engaging YouTube videos offer two-minute lessons on interesting phenomena in nature and everyday life.

https://www.youtube.com/user/smithsonianchannel

9. Homeschool Pop

These videos are produced specifically for at-home educators. Ranging from five minutes to an hour, each video offers a comprehensive lesson on mostly elementary and middle-school-appropriate topics.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfPyVJEBD7Di1YYjTdS2v8g

10. Flocabulary

Each video on this channel takes a particular lesson topic, from Sacagawea to Hyperbole & Pronouns; also crafts a hip-hop song around it. It’s ideal as a memorable supplement to literature and history lessons for kids of all ages.

https://www.youtube.com/user/FlocabularyYT

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