Finding YouTube channels for homeschoolers is one of the easiest ways to supplement your homeschool. There are thousands of educational videos to choose from.
We’ve been using YouTube Channels in our homeschool from the get go. YouTube is almost always on our list of homeschooling plans for the day. I like to make playlists and then we watch them during lunchtime.
Actually, last year this was our only resource for science. And you know what? I think they learned way more from watching YouTube channels for homeschoolers than any science curriculum we have ever purchased!
They are fun, quick and easy and there are no long books to read or papers to fill out. Just the tv and some fun and silly videos that make learning fun and relaxed.
Searching and making playlists is so easy.
Step 1: Sign up for a free YouTube account (your own channel)
Step 2: Browse a topic. History for kids, Science for kids, ETC.
Step 3: Choose a video you would like to use in your homeschool.
Step 4: Add the video to a playlist to save and watch later. Below the video you will see “ADD TO” option click it, then create a playlist. Keep adding videos to that particular playlist or make more playlists. Add a few videos when you get spare time and you could have a whole year full of vids to watch and learn with your kiddos before you know it. NOTE: you can also save whole playlists created by others. Below is one of my Playlists. 😉
My Favorite YouTube Channels For Homeschoolers
Tons of courses: Hank Green teaches you Anatomy & Physiology; Phil Plait teaches you Astronomy; Craig Benzine teaches you U.S. Government and Politics; Adriene Hill and Jacob Clifford teach you Economics.
Check out the playlists for past courses in World History, Biology, Literature, Ecology, Chemistry, Psychology, and US History. This are super fun and super fast!
Khan Academy – This channel is packed with tons of math tutorials and much more. This is a must to check out! But it doesn’t stop there! They cover other subjects too!
Ted Ed Math Channel – Ted Ed has a variety of different YouTube channels featured.
Mathantics – This are one of our favorites for math! Great teacher and makes it fun and entertaining for the kids!
PBS Kids YouTube Channel – This was our go to YouTube Channels for the girls when they were younger. It features hundreds of videos from all of my girls’ favorite shows, including Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, Wild Kratts, Odd Squad, Peg + Cat, and much more! New videos every week!
School My Kid – Lots of fun videos using songs and animation.
Elf Kids Videos – Fun Songs videos for kids to enjoy singing while learning.
HooplakidzLab – This channel has a lot of awesome uploaded science experiment videos and great playlists too.
Science Sparks – More great science experiments to do with your kids.
WhizKidSciece – These are cool science experiments by kids for kids. Love this channel. So fun!
History and More
Art for Kids Hub – What a cool dad! This dad gives simple instructions as his cute kiddos follow along. I love that they do art together as a family. So fun! Learn how to draw, paint, fold, and sculpt all kinds of cool things!
DoodleAcademy – Great drawing and painting tutorials and she offers a free course that you can get more info on at her channel.
Red Ted Art – You will find easy, do-able, fun and colorful craft ideas for all ages. Craft with nature. Craft with recycled items. Crafts for all seasons. Crafts for all ages. Something for everyone. Learn a new skill. Practice your basic sewing. Learn to knit. Learn to weave.
This is just a few of our favorite learning YouTube Channels for homeschoolers! There are so many more great vids to supplement your homeschool with. Make sure you pin this for reference later. Get searching and enjoy!
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What are some of your favorite YouTube Channels for homeschoolers?
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