Kids Are Great Cooks

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Cooking, vocational studies

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At Kids Are Great Cooks, their mission is to educate, inspire, and empower kids to learn to cook. Their goal is to develop core cooking skills in kids that will stay with them for life while at the same time creating tasty meals and having fun throughout the process. These videos are taught by kids, for kids!

Mystery Doug

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Health, Humanities, Languages, Mathematics, Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, Technology, vocational studies

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This site is collecting every question children ask and creating video explanations for all of them—not just Why questions, but also How questions—step-by-step guides for anything they want to do. They think this will be the most important learning tool ever created for children. Their ultimate purpose is to ensure the next generation of children grow up and see that it’s an amazing world we live in, full of possibility and wonder—and that they develop the ability to figure things out for themselves.

Professor Leonard

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algebra, calculus, Mathematics, mathematics

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The Youtube channel, Professor Leonard, is dedicated to quality mathematics education. The videos are organized in playlists and are course-specific. Professor Leonard walks students through everything step by step and works through multiple examples. Some of his videos are even over an hour-long to ensure students fully understand the material.

Crafts for Kids

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art, Humanities, Natural Sciences, science

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Crafts for Kids is a Youtube Channel with tons of awesome crafts, ideas, and lifehack for your kids. Their videos will keep your kids entertained while also sparking their creative side. This channel does not only have art crafts but also easy to do science experiments from home!

Watch Know Learn

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art, computer science, ELA, Health, health education, history, Humanities, Languages, Mathematics, mathematics, Natural Sciences, physical education, science, Social Sciences, Technology, world languages

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WatchKnowLearn has indexed approximately 50,000 educational videos, placing them into a directory of over 5,000 categories. Users can dive into their innovative directory or search for videos by subject and age level. Video titles, descriptions, age-level information, and ratings are all edited for usefulness. The Web site invites broad participation in a new kind of wiki system, guided by teachers. WatchKnowLearn itself does not host videos—they serve as a library for links to excellent educational videos that educators have selected.