Top Five YouTube Channels To Keep Families Laughing & Learning

With the second half of the upcoming week promising rain, herewith are our top 5 recommendations for YouTube channels that are sure to keep families laughing and learning indoors.

(1) For ‘Fixed Fairy Tales’ by HISHE Kids.

Fixed Fairy Tales is a hilarious series of award winning animated short clips from the creators of ‘How It Should Have Ended (HISHE)’.
With the help of Vincent, the storytelling and story changing owl, your favourite fairy tales and nursery rhymes get a whole new twist. Other HISHE Kids channels include ‘How to Draw and Silly Songs’. To view please click HERE

(2) TED-Ed

TED-Ed (a branch of the original and inspiring TED Talks) exposes children and young people to hundreds of videos that explore big questions across science, history, philosophy, geography and literature. It also has a riddles series that challenges viewers to solve some of the most brain tickling teasers from great thinkers. See more by visiting HERE:

(3) National Geographic for Kids

National Geographic for Kids provides a catalogue of weird, wacky and wild videos about animals, science, pets, insects and so much more. It’s sure to be a big hit with the whole family. Why not visit HERE?

(4) Easy Kids Crafts

The Easy Kids Crafts YouTube channel is a treasure trove of step by step easy craft projects for kids using paper, glue and a little imagination. It is sure to delight and entertain children of all ages. Once again we invite you to visit HERE.

(5) Smithsonian Channel

Through their YouTube Channel, the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History in Washington D.C. enables young and old to access hundreds of educational documentaries on topics as diverse as:-Women who shaped science, WWI, Space exploration and Sea Turtle rescue. You will find something for everyone HERE.



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