With 5.57M subscribers and 4,058,292,709 views, Blippi has grown quickly since joining YouTube on January 27, 2014.
Blippi is a fun, but educational channel for children age 12 or younger. The main character Blippi (Stephen J. Grossman) goes to places in cities across the United States to teach children about the real world. Blippi shows how planes, helicopter or even how a firetruck works. The combination of real-world items, silly animation, and Grossman's vibrant personality makes this series engaging for children to watch.
There are many other channels on YouTube that your child may be glued to. Here is a list of channels besides Blippi that have a mix of both fun and education that will entertain your kids in a parent-approved way.
10 Little Angel: Nursery Rhymes & Kids Songs
With 6.91M subscribers, it is one of the fastest-growing channels for children on YouTube after only joining on December 13th, 2015 with over 3,844,224,338 views.
Little Angel is fun first. The main feature is nursery rhymes and stories that used original music. Your child could hear "Mary Had A Little Lamb" in a new tune. The animations can be 2D and 3D, but both formats are extremely clean. With high-quality content, you can spend time watch with your child.
Little Angel has been evolving, by adding educational content in some of the newest videos. This is a great channel to tune into before bedtime. It is also good for birthday parties for younger children or even circle time with a larger group of kids.
9 Baby Bus - Nursery Rhymes & Kids Songs
This channel garnered 7.76M subscribers after creating an account on July 14, 2016. Now they have over 4,851,559,484 views.
Baby Bus produces instructional videos for children on how to do life tasks. They have videos about potty training and how to brush your teeth. It follows little 3D panda bears or cats as they go through trials in their lives. There are also videos about what to do in the case of an earthquake, fire or if a stranger knocks on your door. The situations are very serious, but the director of the videos somehow finds a way to make it palatable for young children.
There are nursery rhymes, chants and other original songs like most channels for children on YouTube. The stand out videos are the ones where the children learn about life tasks. You may get stuck watching these videos as they are highly addictive.
8 Baby Big Mouth
This channels has over 11.2M subscribers and became a member of the YouTube website on March 4, 2013, with over 11,891,012,861 views.
Baby Big Mouth screams in his intro "It's Baby Bigmouth." This jolts children into attention. The creator of the channel uses voice-over while opening surprise eggs. With Baby Big Mouth children can learn about colors, counting, phonics, and other interactive games. The focus is on eggs and how to learn from the toys inside the egg.
Surprisingly the channel owner has been able to spin off into teaching how to read with Baby Big Mouth Academy. The opening egg format remains, but the types of learning have grown over the years.
7 Fun Toys Collector Disney Toys Review
One of the first channel or it's kind, FunToys Collector was once known as Disney Toy Collector and has 11.7M subscribers, she joined on April 13, 2011, and is currently at 14,827,034,721 views.
FunToys Collector Disney Toy Review is super famous on YouTube. When she reviews a toy the sales surely increase for that toy. With funky nail polish and pleasant voice-overs, while playing with the toys, children get stuck on her channel. Disney collector spends the most time playing with toddler toys. She focuses on pre-school aged children, teaching with Play-Doh, Disney characters, Kinder surprise eggs, and dolls.
In her channel description, she confesses to not having any toys growing up so she spends her adult year opening toys for children every day. What a wonderful channel to spend your screen time on!
6 Ryan Toys Review
Ryan and his family has over 21.7M subscribers and became a member of YouTube on March 16, 2015, with 32,435,697,932 views so far.
As the name of the channel suggests Ryan reviews toys. He un-boxes toys with his family and plays with them for children to see. Some of the videos are over the top as they acquire toys that are over the top and extremely expensive. They go as far as filling their back yard with balls or bounces house.
Most recently as Ryan has grown older the channel has added more learning content like fun and easy science experiments that any child can do at home with the right ingredients.
5 Pinkfong! Kids' Songs & Stories
Currently there are 23.8M subscribers. They joined December 13th, 2011 and has over 10,030,376,365 views.
Pinkfong was catapulted to the top of YouTube with the song "Baby Shark". It is infectious and highly addictive for children and parents. You are sure to have heard this song at some point. Pinkfong is first about fun with educational content sprinkled in.
They have bedtime lullabies, nursery rhymes, and other classic stories. The target audience is directed are your preschoolers, but older elementary-aged children can still find it appealing.
4 ChuChu TV Nursery Rhymes & Kids Songs
With 26.9M subscribers, ChuChu TV have been on YouTube since February 8, 2013, and have amassed 18,790,535,247 views.
ChuChu TV has chubby little characters from pre-school to elementary school, learning about life and how to navigate the world around them. There are a few different series on the channel. There is ChuChu TV story-time with original stories starting with a problem that a child from the age of 6 to 13 could encounter with their parents, teacher or friends.
There are also series with nursery rhyme singing, original songs and learning videos with colors, shapes, numbers and such. This channel is for the family more so than just the child. You can discuss some of the messages in the video with your child as they are presented very well for the child to understand.
3 ToyPudding TV
This channel grew quickly to 25.6M subscribers after creating the channel on May 13, 2014, with 14,862,204,342 views.
ToyPudding TV is a YouTube channel with the voice of a person in the background playing with toys. The person unboxes toys and plays with them, just like a child would. The series goes through fantasy scenarios with some of the characters from actual shows on tv. Most of the characters are popular so the viewers are already familiar with whatever she unboxes.
It is easy to see why children watch videos on repeat, especially if they do not have a particular toy being played with. It is a good way to see if they like the toy enough before you to buy it.
2 Kids Diana Show
A family of four with Kids Diana Show has over 35.1M subscribers and is rapidly growing. The family joined on May 12, 2015, and has accumulate 12,610,287,320 views so far.
Diana is the main person on-screen and her parents spend most of the time in the background while she plays with her toys.
The videos are edited with a lot of overlays to make it feel like magic. There are scenes with Diana and her brother Roma walking in their house and then miraculously is transported to another location. They are living the dream life as children in a fairy tales world and this is why your child is glued to the screen. It is fun and imaginative and as an unboxing channel it stands out from all the others.
1 Cocomelon - Nursery Rhymes
A YouTube heavy weight with 61.5M subscribers, and 40,056,990,211 views since September 1, 2006
Treasure Studio, Inc. joined YouTube in 2006 even though they created their company in 2005 before there was even a YouTube. The channel was called "ABC Kids TV". The content changed from flat 2D animations to high quality 3D animated characters.
Cocomelon creates videos with educational lyrics in all their songs. There are nursery rhymes, songs about how to do a simple task and a few about the importance of manners. This channel continues to grow because the content is engaging and children can truly learn as well.