20 Great Educational YouTube Channels for Children 6 years and plus

Free and fun learning videos for your child (6 to 12 years old).

Ideal for home-schooling or studies during vacations.

I narrowed down the list to only the channels with a big audience – more than half a million subscribers.

Please find them below listed in alphabetical order.

  1. 5-Minute Crafts PLAY – fun DYI-projects and crafts.
  2. Art for Kids Hub – learn how to draw plus other fun art lessons for kids.
  3. CrashCourse – more than 32 courses on a wide variety of subjects, including organic chemistry, literature, world history, biology, philosophy, theater, ecology, and many more.
  4. It’s Okay To Be Smart – science videos.
  5. Khan Academy – nonprofit organization with the mission of providing a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere.
  6. Kids Learning Tube – educates kids through music and animation in a fun and unique approach to learning.
  7. Mathantics – basic math videos and worksheets for grades 1 to 8.
  8. Minutephysics – cool physics and other sweet science.
  9. Nat Geo WILD – National Geographic Wild is a place for all things animals and for animal-lovers alike.
  10. Netflix Jr. – learn, sing and play with the favorite Netflix characters – from StoryBots to Super Monsters and more.
  11. Numberphile – videos about numbers (math).
  12. Peekaboo Kidz – kids educational videos, classic English songs, phonics songs, and more.
  13. Rock ‘N Learn – educational videos for toddlers and kids up through fifth grade.
  14. Science Channel – learn about outer space, leading scientific exploration, new technology, earth science basics, & more.
  15. SciShow – scientific subjects that make us even more curious.
  16. Smithsonian Channel – combines the storytelling prowess of Showtime Networks with the rich resources of the Smithsonian Institution.
  17. Socratica – high-quality educational videos on math and science.
  18. TED-Ed – carefully curated educational videos, many of which represent collaborations between talented educators and animators nominated through the TED-Ed website.
  19. TheBrainScoop – share the work and research of natural history museums with the world.
  20. TheDadLab – experimenting with the coolest science activities, fun educational toys, building sets, wooden toys, activity books and creative paper crafts.

Enjoy !

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