1. Odd Squad
Otis, Olive, Otto, and Olympia lead an Odd Squad of four young detectives who use their math talents to solve crimes and brighten the world around them. Because it’s produced by Fred Rogers Productions, you can rest assured that this hilarious and intelligent show is top-notch. PBS Kids has the video. Children between the ages of 6 and 10 are welcome.
2. Ask the StoryBots
Straight talk: Ask the StoryBots is one of the best children’s television series.
What is the function of the eye? is one of the questions posed in the episodes. What’s the point of recycling? How do you get a cold, and what are the symptoms? The solutions are serious and scientifically valid, which is why it has won several Emmy awards for its hilarious narrative. Weird Al Yankovic and others like Wanda Sykes and Snoop Dogg make appearances as well. Netflix is where you can catch up on your favorite shows. For children between the ages of three and eight.
3. Sesame Street
Family-friendly directions from the Muppets, including Elmo, Big Bird, Cookie Monster, and the rest, have been available on Sesame Street for decades. Additionally, it teaches children about compassion and empathy, as well as the proper way to deal with their emotions in various situations. As the show has progressed, more diverse personalities and families have been added to the cast. Watch PBS Kids. Everyone of any age can participate.
4. Horrible Histories
Not all of history is a joy to look at. That’s all I can think of right now. In Horrible Histories, gory, mucky, and disgusting events that shaped our world are celebrated. Horrible Histories, based on the book series of the same name, examines the “Terrible Tudors,” “Vile Victorians,” “Rotten Romans,” and other delectably terrible periods. Hulu has the show. From the age of seven and up.
To be sure, there are no typical TV shows like “TED-Ed,” but there are daily lesson plans for kids with videos, questions, and further reading from the TED organization. A wide range of subjects are covered in the movies, from physics to history to literature and everything in between. See it on TED-Ed. Suitable for children ages 8 and up.
6. Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood
Make Mister Rogers, the cardigan-clad grandfather figure, available to children. Mister Rogers speaks directly to the children in the 30-minute programs on PBS Kids, which contain puppets, characters and music, as well as factory visits, experiment demos, craft ideas and more. Who wouldn’t want to live next door to him? PBS Kids has a streaming option. For children aged 4 and up.
7. Wild Kratts
Both in real life and in this animated series, Chris and Martin Kratt are two animal-loving brothers. Some of the oddest and most spectacular wild species on the earth can be found on their travels! PBS Kids has the video. Ages 5 to 8
8. Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum
For the purpose of learning about the lives and achievements of great figures like Leonardo da Vinci and Elanor Roosevelt, a time-traveling youngster named Xavier Riddle is on a quest. The I Am books, which are also known as the “ordinary people who change the world” series, are the inspiration for this new series, which aired in 2019. PBS Kids has the video. Ages 4 to 7
9. Search and Explore
ABC Mouse, 123 Mouse, and Do-Re-Mi Mouse are on a global mission to teach your child how to count, read, and more. For curious young minds and short attention spans, each 12-minute episode is tailored to their specific needs. You may watch the complete 8-episode first season of ABCmouse Early Learning Academy for free. Keep an eye on onTubi for updates. Children between the ages of 2 and 8 years old.
10. Super Why!
Storybrook Village is home to Whyatt Beanstalk and his pals Pig, Red, and Princess Pea. “Super huge problems” are discussed in the Book Club of each episode. They overcome the problem and save the day by applying what they’ve learned through reading. PBS Kids has the video. Ages 3 to 6.
11. The Infographics Show
In addition to providing free instructional movies based on good research, The Infographics Show also does so with an irreverent sense of humor and a sensational flair to make the content appealing to young viewers.
“Does the United States Military have a plan for dealing with zombies?” is one of the numerous questions that American viewers have asked since the show’s inception in Germany. (Yes, it is the answer.) You may watch the video on YouTube. Suitable for children ages 10 and up.
12. The Magic School Bus
The Magic School Bus is a great way to get kids excited about science! As of the mid-1990s, this four-season PBS series has been viewed by millions of children. Lily Tomlin’s voice as Miss Valerie Felicity Frizzle will be a treat for both children and adults alike. Visit Netflix to see it. Ages 5 to 10
13. Bill Nye Saves the World
When the science guy comes back, the world will be saved. He and a team of science-minded thinkers are on a mission to find solutions for the planet in his new series, Bill Nye Note that this sequel to a long-time favorite is out now. Bill Nye the Science Guy is best suited to a slightly older audience. Visit Netflix to see it. Suitable for children ages 10 and up.
14. Peep and the Big Wide World
Peep isa baby chick who uses science to understand the Big Wide World around him with the help of pals
Chirp the robin and Quack the duck. Joan Cusack plays the narrator. Amazon Prime subscribers can watch the show. Ages 3 to 5.
15. The Who Was? Show
Make history come to life for your children by taking them on a journey through time. The Who Was? Show is worth a look. In each episode of the Who Was? Show, the encyclopedic book series of the same name is revisited. Issac Newton, King Tut, Frida Kahlo, Bruce Lee, Queen Elizabeth, and so many other historical figures are featured. Visit Netflix to see it. From the age of seven and up.