Welp, there are 3 Minecraft YouTubers kids can watch. A British cartoon cat hosts the lively videos on this lighthearted channel. The videos are only mildly interesting to viewers who aren't gamers themselves, but kids who do play will enjoy Stampy's take on the ins and outs of the games. Stampy Cat: Stick with Stampy! Since it is a disorder affecting multiple nerves, multiple sclerosis patients often have problems with their balance—and no medications have been conclusively proven to help. Love stampy, lee, squid, all of them! Stampy's Lovely Book was released on 22 October 2015; aimed at ages 4 to 10, it features games, activities, jokes and facts about Stampy Cat and some of his Vlogger friends. I think all parents should check out their wesbite.
As the character of Stampy Cat, an orange and white cat, Garrett tells stories within Minecraft and other games. They are not alone in their obsession. Parents who have obtained books, maps, and other resources connected to games have reported their children are more engaged with learning, which can lead to a lifetime appreciation for history. Garret has been busy writing books and creating videos. In the words of Stampy himself:. With an average of over 150 million views per month, his popularity has now sealed a book deal, with Joseph moving from screen to page with the release of Stampy's Lovely Book. You'll have to believe me when I say I can do the first, the evidence for the second is , but the third had always eluded me.
If you look at the box that contains the logo and name for the Youtuber, you should see a little gray box with a checkmark. He is in grade 3 and I would say the book covers key curriculum topics: multiplication, division, fractions, graphs etc. I really like the ones created by kids like April McAlister. Players swear, but the words are bleeped out and there's some juvenile humor. Note of caution: xRpMx13 is fine; however, sometimes he will play with others who are not as careful with their language and subject matters. My kids love Stamp's videos admittedly they are wonderfully light entertainment.
Great, sturdy book, bright pictures-a must have for your little minecraft fan : My son is much keener to solve Stampy themed math problems than regular workbooks. This self-described husband, father, entrepreneur, and gamer offers family-friendly Let's Plays and tutorials in a kindly, straightforward style. His other series Ask Think gives players and children too a chance to ask him questions. Some research points to attention difficulties as being a key component of dyslexia. Second, many have commercials that advertise products from cars to cookies to vodka.
He is mainly clean with a miled swear word here and there usually just says fffffff instead of the other. I was watching The Bajan Canadian and The Diamond Minecart with my kids and I heard swearing and things I don't want me children to hear. All his new content is kid friendly, but sometimes it's hard to tell which are new and old videos when youtube suggests the next video. Great for: Older kids who want to geek out about minecraft and enjoy cool stories Check out: Indev Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. It includes something for everyone, and covers all types of gaming from retro to virtual reality. Our son has gotten really good at all sorts of things on Minecraft by watching many of the videos on the YouTube channels you mention in this post.
Stampy also has a channel called Wonder Quest that you can check out which is 100% child-friendly and is educational. Best for: Older kids with a taste for excitement. Garrett studied video production at university and initially intended to be a games journalist. I don't think you should block him completely. David MacKenzie, Nicholas Richards, John Idlor, Michael Fox, Rob H. Anyways it's a super small channel but if your looking he'd love if you gave his show a try as he'd love some feedback on what he is doing. And while it's not an instructional channel per se, those who watch may get some ideas they can use in their gaming.
Oh well only like 11 years apart right? First, with many clocking in at 20 or 30 minutes, they can be a major time suck. Hosted by female gamer on the ultra-popular , Maricraft features mostly Let's Plays of spirited battles with her pals in wacky Minecraft worlds. This might sound harsh to some but I am thankful there is a safe place online for my kids. He can get a little edgy, too. Think does an excellent job at showcasing mods and the minions are a real trip. No bad language and talks and friends with only children around his age.
And I would know; I have it every morning for breakfast! Until now - until the moment I discovered Stampylongnose. Check out: The Hunger Games video wherein has a fun twist at the end. We also do Roblox videos as well. Love stampy, lee, squid, all of them! When he's not playing, he's watching YouTube videos. Of course, there's a commercial quality to consider lots of Minecraft products to covet! It was a video of him trying to destroy a toy called a Hatchimal.
Garrett has also been attached to a Minecraft film. My child ran to me crying. Twenty-year-old Canadian video game commenter Mitchell Hughes offers a wide range of technically adept Minecraft videos, mostly played with a gentle, nerdy patter against his mild-mannered gamer pals. But the unique things about the game, including the ability for any player to create anything they want, can result in wide variations in quality, age-appropriateness, and relevancy to your kid's specific interests and gaming ability. If you're enjoying yourself you're not going to worry about all of the dedication you're going to need to break your record title. In any case, resistance is futile: Garrett is currently testing the waters in Hollywood and has plans to launch a second, educational channel.