Educational YouTube Channels for Learners
Here are some educational, learner friendly YouTube channels for homeschooling families!
Khan Academy – Khan Academy provides hundreds of videos about math, science, computer programming, history, art history, economics, biology, chemistry, and more.
Socratica – This channel has high-quality educational videos about science, math, the arts, and more.
Crash Course – Crash Course provides courses in world history, anatomy and physiology, astronomy, biology, literature, U.S. government and politics, ecology, and more.
Smithsonian – Learn from the experts in art, design, history, culture, science and technology.
Storybook Nanny – Storybooks are read aloud to help capture your learner’s imagination and keep them excited while they read along with the “book nanny.”
The Grammarheads – The Grammarheads provides fun songs to help learners rock their writing.
Mathantics – Mathantics has great video tutorials for visual learners.
Numberphile – This channel provides videos that focus on numbers.
ProfRobBob – ProfRobBob has videos related to algebra, geometry, algebra 2, trigonometry, precalculus, calculus, and AP statistics.
SciShow – SciShow explores the unexpected.
SciGirls – This is a PBS series for learners ages 8-12 that showcases bright, curious tween girls putting science and engineering to work in their everyday lives.
Sick Science – This channel provides cool science experiments you can do at home from Steve Spangler.
Liberty Kids – Liberty Kids has fun and animated episodes about the American Revolution.
BIO – This channel has over 7,000 mini biographies of famous people.
Geography Now – This is the first and only Youtube channel that actively attempts to cover profiles on every single country in the world.
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