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5 Good iPad Apps That Provide Kids-Specific Educational Video Content

Below is a collection of some very good iPad apps you can use with your kids to search for, access and watch educational video content designed specifically for younger audience. While of some of these apps provide video content from different video platforms and TV shows,  others are YouTube-specific and feature content curated from YouTube playlists.  We invite you to check them out and as always share with us your feedback. Enjoy

1- YouTube Kids

‘The official YouTube Kids app is designed for curious little minds to dive into a world of discovery, learning and entertainment. This is a delightfully simple (and free!) app, where kids can discover videos, channels and playlists they love.’

2- JuniorTube

‘Kids 2-12 y.o. discover and watch entertaining and educational Internet videos -- pre-approved, on demand, organized by age and interests.’

3- Qkids

‘QKids is the parent-approved destination for kids-only video entertainment. Custom-made for little fingers and large curiosities, QKids offers a robust collection of premium television episodes from Teletubbies and Paddington Bear to Strawberry Shortcake and Land of the Lost, and many more, plus movies and video storybooks.’

4- Toon Goggles Cartoons for Kids

‘Enjoy 5000+ cartoons, 300+ games, 8 million+ songs, and tons of interactive, educational books for FREE anytime and anywhere in the world! 100% Kid-Safe and Parent Friendly. Toon Goggles has cartoons favorites like Om Nom, Bernard, and Eddie is a Yeti, cool games like Fruit Slicer and Candy Pool, and millions of popular songs from famous artists such as One Direction, Taylor Swift, and Selena Gomez on TG Radio.’

5- Kidoodle.TV

‘Kidoodle.TV® is the home of 1000s of hours of ad-free kids’ shows discoverable through easy-to-use navigational features and protected by robust parental controls. 5 profiles per household have unlimited access to quality entertainment and education-based videos from our library* curated specially for your little ones.’