My Top 6 Kids’ Educational YouTube Channels

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When I want to learn how to do something or gain general knowledge about a topic, I typically look to Google or YouTube to provide the answer. When the time came for me to teach my girls their ABC’S, numbers and colors, I began searching for free resources to reinforce and reiterate what I was already teaching. As a result, I found some amazing YouTube channels that were able to entertain and teach the girls at the same time. Videos have been a huge part of our learning time over the past year. They have helped grabbed the attention of my toddlers a little more quickly than sometimes can, which makes teaching easier.

6 YouTube Channels to Help Your Child Learn

(in no particular order) Early Learning Academy

Alphabet, Words Beginning With…

Super Simple Songs

Songs about an array of topics (i.e. months, seasons, numbers, etc.)

Sesame Street

Songs and skits about an array of topics (i.e. alphabet, numbers, emotions, etc.)

Hooked On Phonics

Letter Sounds, Rhyming

Have Fun Teaching

Alphabet, Sight Words, Letter Sounds & Recognition

Tea Time With Tayla

Alphabet, Letter Sounds & Recognition

Add these to a learning playlist and watch your child enjoy learning even more!

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  1. Thanks for sharing these. I never thought to check YouTube for kid-friendly channels! We have a lot of Apps for the iPad. I’ll have to see what I can find for my son.

  2. You’re welcome! My girls look forward to watching the playlist I created with these channels. Your son will too! 🙂

  3. Hi Teri,
    Thank you for recommending our YouTube channel! We’re happy to hear that you find it useful and that your girls enjoy our videos. We also have a lot of free teaching resources on our website to go along with the songs. There are flashcards, worksheets, crafts, and games, as well as activity ideas. You can use them at home to discuss the song vocabulary, learn the ABCs, practice scissors skills, and even start reading . Sending our best to you and your family. Happy learning!

  4. Hi! You’re welcome! Thanks for sharing your site link. I look forward to utilizing and sharing some things from your website as well!