YouTube is the new tube. The more kids turn to the internet for entertainment, the more savvy parents need to be in finding quality content for their children to watch. Check out these family-friendly YouTube channels as you form your own TV guide of the future.
1. Bored Shorts TV
If you know this channel, you probably know it as Kid History. Their hilarious videos depict adults acting out stories told by children in the most literal sense imaginable. They’re as clean as they are comedic, but beware: these gut-busting clips are pretty addictive.
2. Sesame Street
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3. BYU Television
BYU TV’s YouTube channel is the place to go for trailers and previews of their original drama Granite Flats and all the Studio C clips you can consume. As Utah Valley’s version of Saturday Night Live, Studio C has gained a widespread following for its clean sketch comedy.
4. Mormon Channel
The Mormon Channel offers all kinds of professionally produced videos with positive messages, perfect for Family Home Evening lessons or mid-week spiritual boosts.
5. Disney Animation
Obsessed with “Frozen”? It’s cool. The official YouTube channel for Disney Animation is the perfect place to turn to get your daily fill.
These amazing videos explore the science behind some of our world’s most interesting questions. Curious-minded entertainment seekers, seek no more.
This channel is the home of all things LEGO, designed to “inspire and develop the builders of tomorrow” with webisodes and stop motion videos of LEGO CITY and LEGO Star Wars characters.
8. Super Simple Songs
For pre-K and special needs learners, these simple music videos can help develop speaking and motor skills. Check them out to sing and dance along.
These engaging videos make math concepts more visual and interesting. Number lovers unite!
10. Kahn Academy
If you haven’t heard of Kahn Academy, you’ve been sorely missing out. This non-profit is dedicated to providing a free world-class education to anyone, anywhere. It offers excellent homework help tutorials on just about every topic under the sun—chemistry, economics, modern art, you name it!