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There’s no shortage of YouTube channels aimed at kids these days, and as parents know, not all YouTube programming for kids is created equal. That’s why you’ll want to have these 3 popular WildBrain Network channels on your radar. Through princess adventures, toy game shows and classic playtime fun, they educate and entertain young viewers with exciting content that’s appealing to a wide range of ages and interests.

Kiddyzuzaa YouTube Channel for kids | sponsor

There’s a good chance your kids have caught Kiddyzuzaa, home of modern day princesses Olivia, Esme, Lilliana and Isabella. With over 2.5 million subscribers, this channel lets kids experience all sorts of fun as they conjure up magic, create wacky inventions, and work together to save Kiddyzuzaa Land from the hands of the evil witch, Malice. Kids will love the toy play, candy, slime, and giant surprise eggs, and parents will love that the videos are actually aimed at helping your child in their every day life. Whether it’s learning to count, getting ready for back to school, even dealing with bedtime, this popular channel aims to help kids better understand the world they live in through the adventures of kids just like them.

Ellie Sparkles YouTube Channel for Kids | sponsor

It’s no surprise Ellie Sparkles has such a huge following. The host of the ultimate toy game show from her home in New York City, she shares all the latest toy releases, from LOL Surprise, to Paw Patrol, to PJ Masks, and more through exciting, interactive content that kids everywhere just can’t get enough of. If your YouTube fans want the scoop on latest and greatest in the toy world, they’ll love Ellie Sparkles’ lively reviews of some of the most popular toys on the market.

Meet the Tiddlytubbies | Sponsor

And finally, meet the Tiddlytubbies, the 8 adorable, smaller “siblings” to the main Teletubbies whose adventures are aimed at kickstarting early learning for young viewers and teaching them good playtime manners. These fun-loving characters love playing simple games and singing in the playroom, all of which mirrors toddler play. And the show itself is language agnostic, so it appeals to kids no matter their native tongue.

With one-third of the approximately 830 million kids worldwide with access to YouTube watching at least one video on the WildBrain network, they certainly know what kids enjoy.

This has been a sponsored message for WildBrain.