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Her excitement for everything she reads easily transfers over to you as the viewer. Regan from the Peruse Project is really great at making structured, well-organized videos.

She gives succinct summaries and reads a solid variety of stories. As you might expect from a BookTube channel, she does a ton of reviews, recommendations, hauls, and wrap-ups.

Find her on Twitter , Instagram , and Tumblr. Fantasy and historical fiction. Smart, well-thought out analyses of books. Do you want to read a bunch of different genres?

Do you want to read stories from a wide variety of authors? Her videos are simple, straightforward, and to the point. You can also find her on Twitter , Instagram , and Tumblr. She has interesting discussions about books, tag videos, and of course, classic book reviews. Her reviews are brutally honest and can really help you decide what to read. Find her on Instagram and Twitter. So many different kinds of books!

Again, this might be another opportunity for you to find some books you never would have heard of or tried otherwise. You can find her on Twitter , Tumblr , Instagram , and Facebook.

Welcome to a channel that covers more classic kinds of literature. This is one of those channels that will probably make you learn something along the way.

She also dips into things like graphic novels and the Harry Potter series, so you get a really nice mix of content with this one beyond the standard YA. Find her on Twitter , Tumblr , and Instagram. To be frank, there are hundreds, if not thousands, of amazing BookTubers out there, so it was really hard to narrow this list down to just Who are your favorites from this list? Let us know the answers to these questions and more in the comments below! Read More , some banned books all geeks should read 5 Banned Books All Geeks Should Read 5 Banned Books All Geeks Should Read Everything from political treatises, books on religion and faith, and iconic novels have been banned at some point, including some geek favorites.

Here are just five banned books we recommend you read. What's the New Netflix for eBooks? Oyster's Dead: The popular eBook subscription service Oyster just shut down, so where are you supposed to get your ebooks? Explore more about: Your email address will not be published. As a mixed black young woman who really likes to read, it's a bit disappointing to see only one person of color: As a brown, straight, financially oppressed man from a developing country, which a rich country has deemed a sh!

Do you want some pity? Are you competing in the oppression Olympics? If you don't see a person of "colour" Hint: I wouldn't prefer your kids to watch his older videos, where he swears a little bit, but his newer videos mostly Roblox are kid friendly. He plays some horror games like Five Nights At Freddy's and Hello, Neighbor but there is no blood or anything graphic. He puts a warning up for jump scares. The horror games are more for older children. He plays some funny games too but there might be some toilet humor.

He has also played GTA V he made the video super kid friendly! He was just showcasing a funny mod. He plays teen games like The Sims sometimes.

ThinkNoodles is another great channel, with a variety of different videos. Madeyewlook I'm pretty sure that's how it's spelled , does costume makeup tutorials. Alexys the host doesn't swear.

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She's really helpful for Halloween makeup. She makes the funniest sarcastic jokes. There are many more that I can't name at the moment. Hope this helped! I understand why parents might be thinking this way but really, most videos with swearing and mild references aren't that bad for your child.

Actually it'll more-so be a thing that children are afraid of their parents reaching because they know they aren't supposed to watch stuff even though the terms are used very vaguely. Children actually know a lot more than you think, and what is going on in their heads is more important than what they are watching. Also what would be better is that instead of worrying about the amount of cursewords there are in the video unless there are too many not-so-mild references in all of this youtubers videos parents should focus more on how long they're watching the videos and when they're watching the videos and what type of videos they are and when I say this, I mean like how educational it is, how is it improving them, how it changes they're behavior because that can show how its affecting the child's thought process and actions.

If the child is watching a video while they are supposed to be working, and they've been watching it for about 4 hours then you need to have a talk. These are some very good tips on how to keep your child in a kid-friendly zone and see what they're doing. I can list a few kid-friendly YouTubers that every child can watch without a parent being worried for the safety of their mind.

Aphmau This may not be good for an 8-year-old, but year-olds to year-olds, sure!

Grian These are all kind of YouTuber gamers, but they are all aware of the younger faces on YouTube, and so they never cuss, never do anything inappropriate, and always make their side of YouTube a kid-friendly environment. I hope you enjoyed. I watch youtube all the time and don't understand the hate. Youtubers are so diverse that it actually makes kids more aware of the world's issues and peoples differences. Seeing as youtube is so diverse I thought I should give a description of different youtube channels.

Danisnotonfire- He does swear a few times in each video however he is hilarious and very relatable. His videos can be quite educational as well as funny such as his ones about exams or how stupid smoking and nudes are.

AmazingPhil- Phil doesn't swear on camera which is good. He is really happy and quirky and makes entertaining videos Superwoman - Her videos can be about mildly mature topics however they are really enjoyable. Jacksepticeye- He swears and is loud but that's what I love about him but his gaming videos are quality you can really tell how much he cares about his fans Colliscool- Her channel is very relatable and funny but she does swear but srsly she's great Troye Sivan- Swears every now and then but is really friendly and inspirational.

Onision- Not for young kids as he swears and talks about mature subjects, he is hilarious though. I don't think he swears but there probably is the odd swear here and there I tend to not notice One YouTuber I want to warn parents about is Sam Pepper as he is a rapist and I really don't want your kids to have to find out about what he's done to fans. There are other YouTubers so feel free to ask about my view on them. My 8-year old and I have been working on a Minecraft gaming channel more geared toward children.

The videos are almost all based on time-travel - going to different points in history to relive, or re-create certain events. Our biggest challenge is finding ways to inform parents that our channel actually exists.

If anyone is interested in sampling one of our videos, here is the URL to our latest entitled "The End of an Era" dinosaur extinction: If you have children who enjoy Minecraft, I promise they won't be disappointed. Fun fact: It might be worth aiming for 10 minutes to get an extra edge.

U-tube needs to do a lot more to control what is on there! Parents should have to ok everything a minor puts on it! Parents should have to read comments! Lot of sickos out there. My children love Frithgar. His channel is child friendly and has lots of minecraft and Farming simulator videos. My kids would sit there all day if I let them. Honestly, issues like these cannot really be given general advice.

You know your kids the best and what they can and cannot handle. Anyways, most kids can handle much more than we give them credit. I watched YouTube since 3rd grade and turned out a decent human being.

It's more concerning if they try to emulate certain things or catch some bad attitude, but more likely, they just move on to the next video. This whole "age appropriate" buzzword is complete nonsense because everyone is ready for different things at a different age in their life.

An impressionable 16 year old may not be mature enough to watch the videos a more mature 14 year old could. There is no magic age that someone can be exposed to something. Besides, who says we need to keep our kids in some hermetically sealed bubble where the only perspective they gain is from us? What happens when they are no longer in our jurisdiction, so to speak?

If you make certain topics and ideas the forbidden fruit, they'll gravitate to it when they can and behind your back. It's a much more valuable skill to discern what messages are good, bad and ludicrous on your own when your parents are no longer there to micromanage your thoughts. It's much better to let them explore some ideas you may not be so comfortable with, and have an open talk about them.

You may be surprised they too don't take it seriously! Now that is "age appropriate" for everyone !

Inappropriate language and content are not the worst things on YouTube that can harm our kids. It's the complete stupidity of many of the videos. To kids, the dumbest video is the most entertaining. Watch some other kid play Minecraft?

All day? YouTube allows no option to filter or block these dumb videos from showing up on PS4. So our decision is to completely ban YouTube. People struggle to understand why we would want to watch someone play a video game, but it's very similar to wanting to watch sports games.

They enjoy playing the game themselves, or not in some cases but still would rather watch someone with more experience play the game better. Also, video games have so much variety that I personally find it much more engaging than sports- Who wants to watch the same game played over and over and over again?

Youtube gamers play a different game or a different part of a game every video, or at least the good ones do. Minecraft is a little different because it is so diverse and there are endless different things to do in it, and so even though Minecraft gamers technically play the same games every time it's a completely different process. Obviously your kid shouldn't watch YouTube all day, but banning it all-together seems a little extreme.

It's your kid though and I don't know the full extent of the situation, so it's your decision in the end, but maybe think about it a bit more before proclaiming that something is dumb.

Quite a bad decision from my point of view to completely ban it. I didn't realise that people could be so stupid! So what if your kid likes Minecraft videos?

I used to. I understand if the player is stupid but that doesn't the video needs to be banned, I really don't think you're mature enought for Youtube. I'm a 13 year old youtuber that makes gaming videos, I never curse in my videos, and I mostly play video games.

I also watch videos by Jacksepticeye, markiplier and pewdiepie and I have no problems with them. My username here is my name on youtube exactly check it out.

Good Lord this article is ridiculous. It won't tell you what your child is thinking, or why they like a certain channel. Only open, non judgemental conversation can accomplish that. Also, let's not forget that the resulting trust issues if you're ever found out will definitely be worse than your kid mooning over a cute British boy in secret for a few years. I for one am a big mlp fan. I mostly watch Yum soda,bins toy bin and mlpstopmotion I also watch some animal jam videos.

And if you only watch things on a few select channels is that in the home screen it will mostly be things from that channel! Youtube is a amazing place for people to do what they love to do!!!!

My mom watches their videos with me all the time. My mom doesn't seem to have any problem with them. She doesn't mind the swearing and some mild inappropriate references. Granted, Tyler Oakley makes more than mild references, and quite frequently. My mom doesn't really watch Tyler Oakley, she finds his videos on the boring side. If you are against swearing or if you have a young child, I would suggest AmazingPhil and iiSuperwomanii.

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Phil doesn't swear in his videos and if someone else does he bleeps it except for the occasional h word, which isn't often, unless Dan is with him. Superwoman does say mild curse words such as the d word and h word. She also sometimes makes mild inappropriate references, but it's mostly funny. PewDiePie, Danisnotonfire, and Tyler Oakley swear frequently and strongly f words though, although Dan doesn't swear as much as he did before.

Also, just a tip to parents, from a teen: If you see one video from a youtuber that you don't like, please don't ban your child from watching that youtuber at all! Watch their other videos, all of them won't be like the one you disliked. Thinknoodles is a really good kid friendly youtuber to watch.

There is a lot of good channels on youtube but some of the channels you have to be a little careful. Thinknoodles is a good choice because he has family friendly videos. The safety option on youtube doesn't work that good. It only blocks out videos that too many people flag. A lot of good channels get blocked out with the safety option enabled. I actually have a YouTube Channel that is geared towards children and young-teens! Maybe you guys and your children would like it?

There are lots of youtube channels that are really good for learning. Gaijin Goombah is a great example because what he does is he analyzes culture in video games through episodes of Game Exchange. I can't believe Common Sense leaves Thinknoodles out of the picture. Your kids like minions, stories, and Minecraft. There, you're done. No worries there; he releases videos very frequently. So I'm going to guess your leaving Syndicate out of the question for good role models?

This is very helpful now i can talk to my parents about watching YouTube. Also, I'm a PewDiePie fan too! There are definitely lots of places where you can find child friendly video game content, one site I would definitely suggest checking out is www.

They provide video tutorials for console and mobile games — a little something for everyone.

Youtube is something you should allow a boundary push on. The main thing about it that you will find is the cursing. I believe if you find about 50 fun channels that are mainly appropriate, then you can have fun with youtube without danger. I find this interesting that im 10 and I love PewDiePie.

What I find funny is my mum knows I love Pewds and she personally loves him too. I think that's great that you are enjoying YouTube together! I'd like suggestions for an iPad app alternative to YouTube, that I can set or has pre-set filters for the under age group. Any suggestions?

We have been using the app Video Monster and iTubeList. They are apps for the iPad and allow you to control what your children see from Youtube. Recently there have been some issues with Video Monster, it is free but not uploading Youtube videos well. The iTubelist app is working well. It just takes time to set up. Check out this list of YouTube alternatives! Great idea!

We will be publishing a feature about YouTube alternatives for kids. Please check back! I don't know if this works on an IPad but I did a quick Google search and found youtubeforchildren. I would like to remind parents to check the comments that their children leave on videos.

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There's a video on how to do it: We run a children's channel and we have gotten very inappropriate comments from children using their parent's log in.

We had a little girl who was leavy very hateful comments form her family's business accout. I Googled the business and called the family and notified them because I was concerned for their livelihood. Kids also have posted their phone numbers and addresses. I have a comment filter which catches most of them. I always delete them, but I try to reach out to mom and dad if the information went public and did not get caught by the filter because I believe they really need to know about this.

May i ask how do you know children are using their parent's log in you must be made of magic or you think i'm stupid. I think you are trying to gain trust whilst marketing your channel great job did this gain a little more traffic on your channel.

Trolls are everywhere and they come in all ages just another reason not to let your child use YouTube. I will be also flagging this comment also. That is an excellent suggestion. Sounds like you're doing your part to keep parents informed of what their kids are writing.

It would be ideal if parents watched with their kids and posted constructive feedback together -- parents can really model good digital citizenship that way. For those younger children try www.

Thank you! We are going to be doing a round-up of streaming video services just for kids. I think they are great and I advise parents to use them. Kids gravitate toward YouTube, but there are good, age-appropriate alternatives. Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email Print.

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Common Sense News.My mom doesn't seem to have any problem with them. Inappropriate language and content are not the worst things on YouTube that can harm our kids. I don't know if this works on an IPad but I did a quick Google search and found youtubeforchildren.

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