The Best Educational Shows for Kids
Television shows that teach science, history, language arts and music can be a great way to supplement your child's education. It's a good idea to limit younger children's TV watching to mainly educational content.
I started to really see the value of educational shows when I saw my older daughter's vocabulary expand significantly from watching a PBS show called . TV can be an effective teaching tool if used in moderation. Martha Speaks
Many of the TV shows in this list are available on YouTube, Hulu.com and various TV stations. Many are also available to buy or rent as DVDs. This list of educational shows is mainly for preschool and elementary age kids.
There are a lot of educational shows that teach science concepts to preschool, elementary school and middle school age kids. Science is by far the easiest subject to find quality educational shows for.
- The Magic School Bus
- Zula Patrol
- Sid the Science Kid
- Dinosaur Train
- Peep and the Big Wide World
- Beakman's World
- Bill Nye the Science Guy
- Wild Kratts
Language Arts, History and Other Subjects
This is a list of shows that cover language arts, history, and music.
- Martha Speaks (Vocabulary)
- WordGirl (Vocabulary)
- Where In the World is Carmen Sandiego? (Geography)
- Super Why (Reading)
- School House Rock (Math, Language Arts, Science, History)
- Word World (Reading)
- Wishbone (Literature)
- Reading Rainbow (Books)
- Liberty's Kids (The American Revolution)
- Little Amadeus (Music Appreciation)
- Enviropals (The Environment)
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