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YouTube Channels for Toddlers That We Love

Yes, "CoComelon" made our list, but there's a lot more here, too!

Toddlers need a lot of entertaining so these YouTube channels for toddlers that we love can help you fill the hours. Educational videos for Littles is where it’s at — focus on quality when it comes to screen time. And of course, watch a long with your child — they love just having you by their side for as long as possible!

YouTube Channels for Toddlers That We Love

Blippi

Blippi has taken the toddler world by storm. His educational content teaches Littles about colors, numbers and pretty much everything. Blippi’s exaggerated mannerisms and easy-to-follow lessons come alive with age-appropriate props and backgrounds. This keeps toddlers entertained while they are learning.

 

CoComelon

This channel is perfect for toddlers; filled with music and colors. Learning comes through repetition and that’s here so kids can build vocabulary and early literacy skills through rhymes and songs.

 

Danny Go!

With catchy songs like The Dinosaur Dance and Fire and Ice Freeze Dance, Danny Go! gets kids moving by showing them easy dance moves. Regular characters like Mindy Mango, Tiny Danny, and scientist Pap Pap provide quick lessons in between.

 

Gabby’s Dollhouse

Real-life Gabby becomes a tiny animated figure who goes on adventures in her amazing dollhouse. Littles can watch full episodes of the Netflix show, Gabby’s Dollhouse, on the YouTube channel. Enjoy some special bonding time with your toddler, working a craft together during the crafting videos.

 

The Learning Station

From early literacy and more this channel is fun and educational. One of the most popular songs, Herman the Worm, has garnered 117 million views. Kids love the silliness factor of the goofy song.

 

PBS Kids

PBS kid shows like SUPER WHY, Daniel Tiger and Rosie’s Rules, stream through the PBS Kids YouTube channel with engaging toddler content. The show focuses on three main characters (wombat siblings) who navigate an apartment complex and solve problems along the way.

 

Ms. Rachel Songs for Littles

Ms. Rachel, a preschool teacher, has more than 2 million subscribers and she sings lessons about letters, sounds, and numbers. She includes a special focus on language development. Puppet sidekicks, Herbie and Georgie, fascinate little kids.

 

Storyline Online

Celebrities do a variety of voices and get truly animated. Watch alongside your child to see stars from Oprah to Jennifer Garner read out loud.

 

Super Simple Songs

Toddlers love this channel for its simple and classic songs. But don’t be fooled, Super Simple Songs has more than 37 million followers. Many videos feature entertaining puppets to encourage your child to join in the fun.

 

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