Kid-friendly YouTube Accounts for Learning New Things

The massive contents on YouTube are riskier than you think?!

Do you really know what your kids watch on YouTube?

Watching content without parental control will lead to many psychological and developmental consequences. YouTube Kids will be one of the solutions to help parents select the appropriate content for your kids.

>> If you find out that contents are not suitable for your kids, learn more about how to block theses contents in YouTube Kids

However, if kids make use of the endless learning resources from YouTube, they will be given more ideas and motivation to learn and explore the world. Some easy-to-find channels on YouTube Kids with English subtitles – a great way for kids to learn English actively are below. 

 Peekaboo Kidz

Peekaboo is a cheerful destination with colorful animation for all the Happy Children of the world! Specially designed for kids as they explore the World of Kids Educational Videos, Classic English songs, Phonics Songs, Lullabies and more!

Why Peekaboo?
– An amazing way to know: What If We Lost GRAVITY for 5 Seconds? Or What If The EARTH Stopped Spinning? Or even What If We Swallow Chewing Gum? And more
– English subtitle provided

→ Peekaboo Kidz on YouTube and Peekaboo Kidz on YouTube Kids

StoryBots series

The series is on the Netflix Jr. channel, where kids can learn, sing and play with their favorite Netflix characters – from StoryBots to Super Monsters and everyone in between.

Why StoryBots series?
– Cool colorful animation, various topics
– Learning while enjoying the show

→ on YouTube and YouTube Kids

 It’s Okay To Be Smart

It’s Okay to be Smart is created by Joe Hanson, Ph.D. who is a curious group of atoms in a very curious universe. Join Joe Hanson as he “explore curiosity and illuminate the science behind… well, everything”.

Why It’s Okay to be Smart?
It- All about science, the amazing universe we live in, and the pleasure of finding things out.

It’s Okay To Be Smart on YouTube and It’s Okay To Be Smart on YouTube Kids


TED-Ed (from the nonprofit responsible for TED Talks) is committed to creating lessons worth sharing. On this channel, kids can be challenged by perplexing riddles, or they can investigate nature or ponder such subjects as “questions no one knows the answers to.”

Why TED-Ed?
– Carefully curated educational videos with familiar topics
– Cool animations
– English subtitles provided

TED-Ed on YouTube and TED-Ed on YouTube Kids

What If We Lost GRAVITY for 5 Seconds? Or What If The EARTH Stopped Spinning? Or even What If We Swallow Chewing Gum? Kids give us thousands of unexplainable questions every day. Parents may a little bit perplexed sometimes. But don’t worry, these YouTube accounts can help.

We hope these channels could help!

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