This post was updated in February 2022

The list below features some of the best Math YouTube channels to help your students and kids learn math in engaging ways. I was so picky in my selection and I handpicked only those math channels that I believe would provide real educational value to students.

Using these channels, students will get to learn complex and abstract mathematical concepts in fun and engaging ways. Explanations and tutorials are visually illustrated making it easier to develop a more nuanced understanding of math concepts.

If you are worried about the distractions that often surround YouTube videos (e.g., offensive language in comments, in-appropriate content in related videos, ect), I would highly recommend using tools such as Safeshare TV and Viewpure; two of the best tools that provide a student friendly and distraction-free environment to watch YouTube videos.

Here are the best math YouTube channels:

### Numberphile

Numberphile is definitely one of the most popular math YouTube channel created by video journalist Brady Haron. It features hundreds of videos tackling all sorts of mathematical concepts and often featuring mathematicians and other guests from all around the globe

### Khan Academy

**Khan Academy**is another must YouTube channel for math and science. It provides great educational videos on math, geometry, physics and many more.

### MooMooMath

MooMooMath "provides fun helpful Math and Science videos to help folks learn Math and Science. We add a new video every day and take great pride in this."

### Socratica

Socratica provides educational videos spanning various subjects including math, science, computer programming and more. Some of the math playlists it features include: Mathematica essentials, Abstract algebra, Number theory, Calculus, Geometry Lessons, Geometric constructions, Euclidean Geometry, Geometry glossary, and more.

### 3Blue1Brown

"3Blue1Brown, by Grant Sanderson, is some combination of math and entertainment, depending on your disposition. The goal is for explanations to be driven by animations and for difficult problems to be made simple with changes in perspective."

### Mathologer

Mathologer, by a math professor at Monash University in Melbourne, offers accessible explanations of complex mathematical problems. Some of its popular videos include: Math in the Simpsons, Numberphile vs Math, Secrets of the nothing grinder, infinite fractions and the most irrational number, How not to die hard with Math, and more.

### The Organic Chemistry tutor

### "The Organic Chemistry tutor focuses on providing tutorial videos on organic chemistry, general chemistry, physics, algebra, trigonometry, precalculus, and calculus."

### PatrickJMT Free Math Videos

PatrickJMT Free Math Videos

**provides video content on different topics such as calculus, derivatives, differential equations, limits, integrals, and more.**