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YouTube channels worth subscribing to for teenagers: children are interested and parents are not worried


Nadezhda Verbitskaya

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Parents of teenagers are afraid that children can watch dangerous videos on the Internet, so they control their watch lists. But not everything on the internet is bad. There are now tons of YouTube channels that offer educational, creative, funny, and harmlessly weird videos. They will definitely interest your child. Here are the 9 best YouTube channels for teens to broaden their horizons through entertainment. Lifehacker.

1. Moriah Elizabeth

The channel is engaged in various creative projects - from baking to body art. He is best known for transforming squishy toys. With the help of glue and paints, he turns squishy into new colorful characters.

Bonus material: Moriah Elizabeth self-published two book volumes Create This Book – a workbook full of creative life hacks. He also created an app called Spark Creative Play - there you can create and have fun.

2. Emily Graslie и The Brain Scoop

Grasli created over 200 videos for The Brain Scoop before moving on to creating content on her own channel. She explores space, nature, history, paleontology, books and animals. This is light museum content “behind the scenes” with experts explaining everything.

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3. Vi Hart

Hart combines music and math to make it fun with doodles and geometric tricks on paper. Using music and art, Hart is able to reimagine mathematical concepts.

Bonus material: channel Cooking with math.

4. Be Smart with Joe Hanson

A PBS-branded channel covering biology, climatology, physics and more. Short videos (most 10-15 minutes long) with detailed answers to the mysteries of science. For example, why blue is so rare and what is the magic of mirrors.

5. Art for Kids Hub

Artist Rob Jensen gives step-by-step instructions for drawing popular characters, objects and still lifes with the help of his four children. Rob Jensen posts five videos a week. And there are already over 2 videos on the site, so most kids will be able to find a theme and skill level that suits them. The channel even has playlist of 51 pokemon drawing videos.

6. My Froggy Stuff

The mom-daughter team presents artful miniature building and doll remodeling for teens (and adults) who still love to play with dollhouses. The level of skill is challenging but reproducible, so it will be interesting for teenagers.

7. Physics Girl

Through adventures and interviews with experts, Diana Cauern makes the mysteries of physics both exciting and understandable. The channel has collected what seems supernatural, but in fact it is just science. Videos on the channel talk about moving stones in Racetrack Playa, giant tunnels in the desert and the mysteries of the universe.

8. Mike Likes Science

Educator Mike Wilson uses music to make science and coding fun and accessible to kids. He calls the channel "a musical utility that will help you study."

9. Brave Wilderness

Hosts Coyote Peterson, Christina Wilson, Mark Vince and Mario Aldecoa experience nature in practice. The channel offers tricks with poisonous insects, mermaid training and disgusting challenges.

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