There are some things that I just can’t explain to my kids. Like what happens when you spill something in space, yup there is a science YouTube video to show us what happens. Just like there are great experiments that I want to do with them, but maybe I just can’t get my hands on xyz to do, so we can at least someone else do it, learn from that video.
10 Science YouTube Channels for Your Kids
*No affiliate links here, just some fun online learning for your kids and mine.*
Make sure that you check out the science experiments that we’ve done, and you can easily do at home too, these are great in addition to your science curriculum.
These are our favorite ones to watch and learn from, and these science Youtube videos are available in Canada, because there is nothing I dislike more than going to watch a video and it not being available in “my country”.
Canadian Space Agency – Do I need to explain this one? Kids are always interested in space, and this one answers some great questions.
WhizKidScience – This is one is a kid doing science experiments that you can do at home. You know we enjoy this one.
Mr. DeMaio – Here is a little bit of everything, math science, history. It is full of educational fun. And after watching the Table Songs, you’ll be singing them in your head all day.
HooplaKidz Lab – Science experiments provide hours of fun and on this channel they believe in keeping it simple and awesome at the same time. Easy experiments that can be done at home.
Crash Course Kids – This series is beginning with 5th grade science, so we’ll be delving into Earth Science, Physical Science, Biology, Geography, Engineering, and Astronomy. Have a look at our playlists on each subject!
The Spangler Effect and Spangler Science TV and Sick Science – these are all Steve Spangler, all amazing!
Make Me Genius – This channel has a lot videos (over 100) and they are great for all ages.
Bill Nye – The newest videos are from 7 years ago, but it doesn’t make this channel any less awesome.
Do you have some favorite channels that we should check out?
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