The first one that we use almost every day is called Art for Kids Hub. They have 5 lessons a week - a new one each day. Mr. Hub is the art teacher and he generally draws with one of his children. They have been a perfect way to get my art loving children doing a little art daily. They have done TONS of pictures since we first started using this channel a few months back. Below is a picture of all their art they had done up until Christmas.
They also have some painting and origami lessons on their channel. You can also become a member where they share even more ways to draw, paint, sculpt, etc. It's really quite amazing! We can't pick a favorite lesson to showcase because they love them ALL!! And some days mom and dad join in on the art lessons as well.
Another channel we watch regularly is called SciShow Kids. The episodes are only about 10 minutes but explore lots of science things from glaciers to tornados, making slime to why we get earaches, simple machines, space, and awesome animals.
We also just found a new one which has quickly become a favorite called AnimalWonders Montana. The host Jessie from SciShow Kids is also the host of this one and it's all about their rescue center. She share videos of all their different animals - like porcupines, marmoset, macaws, and conures among others - and then tells you about that animal and shows their habitat.
Crash Course Kids deals mainly with scientific areas and created for older elementary age, but my son loves it just as much as my older girls. They have covered subjects about earth science, engineering, physical science, space, and life science.
Another favorite is SpanglerScience TV and it's fantastic science experiments on a big scale. Some of their favorites are the ones he does with Ellen just because of the huge productions they are. A favorite episode of theirs is Exploding Paint Cans and Instant Freeze Water. You should check these ones out!
One of the last ones I'm going to mention today is called Mathantics. It has free math videos that teach concepts in bite sized chunks with fun graphics and funnies throughout. It's geared for upper elementary through high school. My son watches, but most of the concepts he hasn't reached yet in his arithmetic studies.
I hope you have enjoyed learning about some of the channels that we love. If you have ones you love I'd like to check them out so be sure to leave a comment with a link so we can find them!