Home learning ideas
Parents can try these cool Youtube channels for their kids to engage in.
Welcome to Sesame Street. If, by some chance, you were looking for Elmo, Cookie Monster, Big Bird, Grover, Oscar, Bert & Ernie, Telly, Zoe, Rosita, Baby Bear and Snuffleupagus, you are in luck because they are all here! Subscribe for new videos every week:
FreeSchool is a safe and friendly place to expose children to famous art, classical music, children’s literature, and natural science in an age-appropriate and kid-accessible way.
Welcome to Crash Course Kids! This bi-weekly show from the producers of Crash Course is all about school science. We’ll look at Earth, Habitats, Space, Chemical Reactions, Engineering, and much much more with host Sabrina Cruz.
Hi friends, welcome to Uniland! Get ready to travel the universe to discover new friends and wild adventures. From Thumb Life to Wild Kung Fu Kids and more, UniLand is your home away from home to help you learn and grow.
Squid Nugget! I make Minecraft Xbox video’s & love all of my subscribers :).
Hello. Welcome to my channel. I upload a variety of different games including lots of Minecraft. I hope you enjoy some of my videos. – Mr. Stampy Cat.
THERE ARE SO MANY FUN THINGS TO DO! 1. Watch Playlists 2. Sort by LEGO theme 3. Subscribe for updates (click the red “Subscribe” button) 4. Make a custom Playlist (click ‘video options,’ then ‘add to playlist’ on any LEGO video you like! You can add to an existing playlist or make a new one. Be sure you’re signed in!)
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Cosmic Kids Yoga
Yoga, mindfulness and relaxation for kids. Interactive adventures which build strength, balance and confidence – and get kids into yoga and mindfulness early!
What in the world is?
Fan Zhang helps decode some seriously tricky science.
A day in the life of?
How did the young, wealthy women of Ancient Rome spend their days? Meet Domitia and her sister Domitia and her sister Domitia and her sister Domitia. Ray Laurence sketches the domestic life of leisure that these young girls lived, despite little recorded information on women from this otherwise well-documented era
Humans v Viruses
For most of human history, we have sought to treat and cure diseases. But only in recent decades did it become possible to ensure that a particular disease never threatens humanity again.