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Life is better when you have odd friends. I discovered this when I introduced my friends Bobby and China. They’re both interesting, fun and incredibly brilliant kids who do Google searches on absolutely everything. When they met, they pulled out their phones and began looking up ways to top each other.

“So your name is China,” Bobby said with a snort. “That’s a silly name.”

With a haughty sniff, China tipped up her chin and said, “I’ll have you know that according to the dictionary I use, china is a fine, elegant material used in the creation of beautiful artistic creations.”

Bobby jumped around, wriggling from side to side. “Bob means to go up and down like this.”

“And you called ‘China’ silly?” China crossed her arms. “I’ll also have you know that China is a huge country with the most people in the world.”

“Bobby is what British people call their police officers,” Bobby responded. “That’s pretty cool.”

I was about to point out that a bob is also a hair style, but I didn’t want to interrupt the fun as they continued their battle of information. China was busy searching Google again.

“Oh, yeah?” China countered. “The traditional British beverage is tea and what do you think your bobby would drink his tea from? A tea cup made out of china! And where do you think tea comes from? China.”

“Not always,” Bobby said. “What about tea from India? Or tea from Argentina? Kenya sells more tea than China.”

“Kenya? Isn’t he some sort of rapper?”

Bobby started laughing so hard, he snorted out of his nose, making China laugh even harder.

Yes, Bobby and China are very different kids. Both Bobby and China go online to their favorite kids’ search engine see what they can see and learn what they can learn. Both Bobby and China enjoy using Google to make their lives and their friendships more interesting. They are odd and that’s what makes them as fun as a roller coaster.

After this exchange, Bobby and China ended up challenging each other to a game of Chinese checkers. I went with them to watch them play, but I couldn’t concentrate.

I was thinking about how challenging each other and doing it with real information and a playful attitude made their friendship stronger while enriching their lives.  Not only can it be done by searching Google safely, but kids can also learn playing Google games that also teach online safety.

Bobby and China showed me how much fun information can be. I saw how respectfully challenging what you think can make everyone better informed while letting everyone have fun.

But as my odd friends play Chinese checkers, I wonder what will happen when I introduce Tatsu to Dracon. Will someone end up breathing fire?

Google Search for Fun and Learning

Whether is just for fun like Google Doodles or for some serious research, Safe Search Kids is a custom search engine powered by Google to allow everyone to search the internet more safely.  We use Google’s SafeSearch features with additional filtering added to block potentially harmful material.

Our search filtering tools provide a way for parents at home and teachers in school to allow their kids to research the internet with safe boundaries.  No matter what browser you use, strict filtered results are always on. For additional safety, read about Parental Control Software.

Safe Search Kids is not Google. We are not directly endorsed by them. Our affiliation with Google is strictly as a third party participating in their Custom Search Engine program.

That being said, the easy way to activate Google for kids with safe search is to bookmark this website for kids at home and in school.

Internet Safety to Help Protect Kids Online

  • Do not allow computers or laptops in the room of kids or teens. Computer should be in an open area of the home.
  • Do not allow computer use when supervising adults are not at home. Restrict the use of computers at night after supervising adults have gone to bed.
  • Restrict the use of smart phones and tablets to open areas of the home. If an agreement between the child and parent has been made about the use of these devices in their bedrooms, implement strict guidelines about keeping the door open and restrict use after parents have gone to bed.
  • Educate yourself on social media safety and the risks associated with it. Read our articles geared toward both parents and for teens.
  • Keep the lines of communication open at all times to discuss the various aspects of internet safety and the use of Google for kids. Be open to learn and work together on agreed upon guidelines.

This site is to be used in conjunction with common sense supervision of kids. The younger the child, the more safe guards you will want to put in place to protect them against harmful material online. The older they get, the more responsibility you will entrust to them within reason.

Regardless of the age, parents and educators providing resources for safe search in schools agree there should always be some form of strict safe guards in place. Internet safety is also about building values for healthy life long behavior online within a secure learning environment.

Together, we can work towards a more safe and secure online environment for our kids using Google safe resources and common sense.

Life is better when you have odd friends. I discovered this when I introduced my friends Bobby and China. They’re both interesting, fun and incredibly brilliant kids who do Google searches on absolutely everything. When they met, they pulled out their phones and began looking up ways to top each other.

“So your name is China,” Bobby said with a snort. “That’s a silly name.”

With a haughty sniff, China tipped up her chin and said, “I’ll have you know that according to the dictionary I use, china is a fine, elegant material used in the creation of beautiful artistic creations.”

Bobby jumped around, wriggling from side to side. “Bob means to go up and down like this.”

“And you called ‘China’ silly?” China crossed her arms. “I’ll also have you know that China is a huge country with the most people in the world.”

“Bobby is what British people call their police officers,” Bobby responded. “That’s pretty cool.”

I was about to point out that a bob is also a hair style, but I didn’t want to interrupt the fun as they continued their battle of information. China was busy searching Google again.

“Oh, yeah?” China countered. “The traditional British beverage is tea and what do you think your bobby would drink his tea from? A tea cup made out of china! And where do you think tea comes from? China.”

“Not always,” Bobby said. “What about tea from India? Or tea from Argentina? Kenya sells more tea than China.”

“Kenya? Isn’t he some sort of rapper?”

Bobby started laughing so hard, he snorted out of his nose, making China laugh even harder.

Yes, Bobby and China are very different kids. Both Bobby and China go online to their favorite kids’ search engine see what they can see and learn what they can learn. Both Bobby and China enjoy using Google to make their lives and their friendships more interesting. They are odd and that’s what makes them as fun as a roller coaster.

After this exchange, Bobby and China ended up challenging each other to a game of Chinese checkers. I went with them to watch them play, but I couldn’t concentrate.

I was thinking about how challenging each other and doing it with real information and a playful attitude made their friendship stronger while enriching their lives.  Not only can it be done by searching Google safely, but kids can also learn playing Google games that also teach online safety.

Bobby and China showed me how much fun information can be. I saw how respectfully challenging what you think can make everyone better informed while letting everyone have fun.

But as my odd friends play Chinese checkers, I wonder what will happen when I introduce Tatsu to Dracon. Will someone end up breathing fire?

Google Search for Fun and Learning

Whether is just for fun like Google Doodles or for some serious research, Safe Search Kids is a custom search engine powered by Google to allow everyone to search the internet more safely.  We use Google’s SafeSearch features with additional filtering added to block potentially harmful material.

Our search filtering tools provide a way for parents at home and teachers in school to allow their kids to research the internet with safe boundaries.  No matter what browser you use, strict filtered results are always on. For additional safety, read about Parental Control Software.

Safe Search Kids is not Google. We are not directly endorsed by them. Our affiliation with Google is strictly as a third party participating in their Custom Search Engine program.

That being said, the easy way to activate Google for kids with safe search is to bookmark this website for kids at home and in school.

Internet Safety to Help Protect Kids Online

  • Do not allow computers or laptops in the room of kids or teens. Computer should be in an open area of the home.
  • Do not allow computer use when supervising adults are not at home. Restrict the use of computers at night after supervising adults have gone to bed.
  • Restrict the use of smart phones and tablets to open areas of the home. If an agreement between the child and parent has been made about the use of these devices in their bedrooms, implement strict guidelines about keeping the door open and restrict use after parents have gone to bed.
  • Educate yourself on social media safety and the risks associated with it. Read our articles geared toward both parents and for teens.
  • Keep the lines of communication open at all times to discuss the various aspects of internet safety and the use of Google for kids. Be open to learn and work together on agreed upon guidelines.

This site is to be used in conjunction with common sense supervision of kids. The younger the child, the more safe guards you will want to put in place to protect them against harmful material online. The older they get, the more responsibility you will entrust to them within reason.

Regardless of the age, parents and educators providing resources for safe search in schools agree there should always be some form of strict safe guards in place. Internet safety is also about building values for healthy life long behavior online within a secure learning environment.

Together, we can work towards a more safe and secure online environment for our kids using Google safe resources and common sense.

Safe Image Search (Safe Images)

Safe Image Search

Safe Search Kids provides safe images filtering from a variety of safe and fun family websites, many of which are educational in nature. You can search these images using our search tool above.

Not only are all images properly filtered using safe search, the nature of the websites associated with image results are also screened. This prevents users from landing on a site that may contain harmful content, even if the image that brought them to the site is innocent.

The image search results on KidzSearch provide safe content designed specifically for kids. What makes these results unique is that they are all filtered using multiple layers of screening.

At the top layer is a keyword checker that makes sure the search term is safe enough to proceed further. We have proprietary algorithms that are able to detect inappropriate search queries based on many factors that include spelling variations and grammar tenses.

KidzSearch is constantly updating our listed of blocked terms and we get daily feedback to improve it from our many users.

Once a search term is approved to proceed, our next layer of filtering relies on a set of editorially selected handpicked websites that we trust to return safe image results.

We are always updating this list to provide the most relevant results. We truly believe our image results are the best you will find that combine safety with quality content.

Google Safe Image Search

KidzSearch has partnered with Google to help index the images and to provide additional screening. Advanced machine vision algorithms scan each image and are able to detect unsuitable content.

Once a set of image results pass all our screening tests, we then present it to the user in a format that is specially designed for kids. The thumbnails that appear are all extra large to provide a more kid-friendly display that children enjoy using.

Larger thumbnails also helps them to select it, since children may have dexterity limitations using standard smaller thumbnails.

We also have a unique autocomplete feature that helps kids type and find the best search terms based on the most popular topics done by other students. These auto complete results are often very different from what you will find using a standard search engine, since they are grades K-8 focused.

Many people these days only rely on website screening programs, like Net Nanny. However, one major problem with just using website screening software is that they are not able to filter search thumbnail results from sites like Google and Bing, which means these great resources cannot be safely used for image results on their own.

KidzSearch solves this problem by providing screened image search results that integrate safe image content from places like Google via our partnership program with them.

About Downloading Images

There are a few questions you should ask yourself when downloading an image.

For example:

  • Who owns the image and what are the limitations of use?
  • Am I using it for my own personal enjoyment?
  • Will I be publishing in some form? (Such as a blog, a school paper or a poster in my school).

Just as you want to cite references to other people’s work in your writing, you should also give credit to the creator or owner of the image.

Most questions related to the use of images can be answered by reviewing the Copyright Notice or Terms of Conditions on the website where you found the image.

Assuming that most kids are going to use images for their own personal reasons, it is still a good idea to educate yourself on basic copyright rules and regulations.

More Than Safe Image Search

Safe Search Kids is a website dedicated to providing Google Safe Search to Schools and users at home. We feature informational articles on internet safety and security for kids or all ages. We have a mix of articles written for kids, as well as topics directed at parents and educators. Our focus is on helping users to develop safe and healthy habits online, such as social media, whether they be accessing the internet on a computer or mobile smart phone.

Safe Search Kids provides safe images filtering from a variety of safe and fun family websites, many of which are educational in nature. You can search these images using our search tool above.

Not only are all images properly filtered using safe search, the nature of the websites associated with image results are also screened. This prevents users from landing on a site that may contain harmful content, even if the image that brought them to the site is innocent.

The image search results on KidzSearch provide safe content designed specifically for kids. What makes these results unique is that they are all filtered using multiple layers of screening.

At the top layer is a keyword checker that makes sure the search term is safe enough to proceed further. We have proprietary algorithms that are able to detect inappropriate search queries based on many factors that include spelling variations and grammar tenses.

KidzSearch is constantly updating our listed of blocked terms and we get daily feedback to improve it from our many users.

Once a search term is approved to proceed, our next layer of filtering relies on a set of editorially selected handpicked websites that we trust to return safe image results.

We are always updating this list to provide the most relevant results. We truly believe our image results are the best you will find that combine safety with quality content.

Google Safe Image Search

KidzSearch has partnered with Google to help index the images and to provide additional screening. Advanced machine vision algorithms scan each image and are able to detect unsuitable content.

Once a set of image results pass all our screening tests, we then present it to the user in a format that is specially designed for kids. The thumbnails that appear are all extra large to provide a more kid-friendly display that children enjoy using.

Larger thumbnails also helps them to select it, since children may have dexterity limitations using standard smaller thumbnails.

We also have a unique autocomplete feature that helps kids type and find the best search terms based on the most popular topics done by other students. These auto complete results are often very different from what you will find using a standard search engine, since they are grades K-8 focused.

Many people these days only rely on website screening programs, like Net Nanny. However, one major problem with just using website screening software is that they are not able to filter search thumbnail results from sites like Google and Bing, which means these great resources cannot be safely used for image results on their own.

KidzSearch solves this problem by providing screened image search results that integrate safe image content from places like Google via our partnership program with them.

About Downloading Images

There are a few questions you should ask yourself when downloading an image.

For example:

  • Who owns the image and what are the limitations of use?
  • Am I using it for my own personal enjoyment?
  • Will I be publishing in some form? (Such as a blog, a school paper or a poster in my school).

Just as you want to cite references to other people’s work in your writing, you should also give credit to the creator or owner of the image.

Most questions related to the use of images can be answered by reviewing the Copyright Notice or Terms of Conditions on the website where you found the image.

Assuming that most kids are going to use images for their own personal reasons, it is still a good idea to educate yourself on basic copyright rules and regulations.

More Than Safe Image Search

Safe Search Kids is a website dedicated to providing Google Safe Search to Schools and users at home. We feature informational articles on internet safety and security for kids or all ages. We have a mix of articles written for kids, as well as topics directed at parents and educators. Our focus is on helping users to develop safe and healthy habits online, such as social media, whether they be accessing the internet on a computer or mobile smart phone.

Kids Search Engines

Kids Search Engines

In many ways the internet is more safe today than it was in it’s infancy. Search engines are better at screening out websites that are harmful to children and teens when you activate their filtering features. There are also many search engines in existence that are specifically devoted to providing safe search for kids with a higher level of filtering.

While there are more tools available and a greater awareness about online safety, the internet continues to evolve at a rapid pace. This poses new challenges that need to be addressed. By no means is this a time to ease up on educating kids and keeping the lines of communication open in regards to safe internet use.

Parents and educators need to be vigilant in striving for the utmost in internet security for their kids, whether it be at home or in school. This is especially true regarding younger children who are not even aware of the dangers. It’s important to keep on top of new trends that may pose a risk. While kids search engines make the internet more safe, social media sites now pose a danger that was not even an issue a few years ago.

For the utmost in online safety for kids, it takes a combination of filtering tools, parental control software and maintaining an open dialogue about topics such as proper rules of social media. Predators are online and unsuspecting children can be tricked into giving out personal information.

Please be advised that no safe search engine should replace the supervision of a parent or teacher when it comes to children browsing the internet. Bookmarking a kids search engine like ours for regular use is only the beginning to creating a safe environment online for children of all ages.

We also need to be reminded that the internet is now accessible on multiple devices and from many locations away from the watchful eyes of parents and guardians.

Google SafeSearch is automatically activated using our search tool. Apart form the web filtering tool at the top of this page, SafeSearch can also be implemented on any desk top browser or phone.  Learn More!

This website, Safe Search Kids, is not Google. We are not directly endorsed by them. Our affiliation with Google is strictly as a third party participating in their Custom Search Engine program.

Kids Search Engines vs Parental Control Software

A kids search engine like ours will filter results to keep kids from landing on bad websites. However, we do not stop a child from leaving our site and conducting a search from a search engine that may not have proper filtering. As shown in the videos above, you can activate proper filtering from within your browser, but you can’t block access to harmful websites if a child is determined to seek them out. This can only be done with internet filtering software.

When parental controls with complete internet filtering is installed, if a child clicks through to a website that has illicit or explicit content access is blocked instantly.

The level of blocking can be set according to the age of the child. Additional features include the ability to limit the time of day internet access will be allowed, as well as the number of hours per day.

Celebrate ‘Safer Internet Day’ for Greater Awareness

Education is key to online safey for kids. Safer Internet Day is an annual event that takes place on the 2nd Tuesday of the 2nd week of the 2nd month. The date will change from year to year, but it’s always on a Tuesday. The theme also changes each year to focus on specific topics that are relevant to online safety.

While the focus of Safer Internet Day is designed to protect kids online, it is good advice for anyone surfing the web, including the importance of being aware of malware which ultimately can make your computer vulnerable to unsafe material.

Of course, a safer internet for kids all year long is important using kids search engines that lock safe search on your computer. Safe Internet Day is an additional way to draw attention to this issue. It raises positive awareness to spread the word about how young people can use the internet safely and securely throughout the year. This includes respecting each other online.

Safe Search Filtering on Our Website

Individuals at home or kids in school classrooms can utilize our safe search tools on the top right corner of this website. They include:

  • Google Safe Search:  For strict filtered Google search.
  • Safe Images:  Featuring images from only safe sources.
  • Safe Wiki search:  A Wikipedia just for students.
  • Video search:  A selection of videos deemed safe for kids.

And unlike most other websites that employ safe search engines, we feature articles on various subjects related to a healthy online behavior, as well as internet safety articles for parents, teachers and many geared just for kids.

Bookmark our home page for easy access to all of our safe search tools. www.SafeSearchKids.com

In many ways the internet is more safe today than it was in it’s infancy. Search engines are better at screening out websites that are harmful to children and teens when you activate their filtering features. There are also many search engines in existence that are specifically devoted to providing safe search for kids with a higher level of filtering.

While there are more tools available and a greater awareness about online safety, the internet continues to evolve at a rapid pace. This poses new challenges that need to be addressed. By no means is this a time to ease up on educating kids and keeping the lines of communication open in regards to safe internet use.

Parents and educators need to be vigilant in striving for the utmost in internet security for their kids, whether it be at home or in school. This is especially true regarding younger children who are not even aware of the dangers. It’s important to keep on top of new trends that may pose a risk. While kids search engines make the internet more safe, social media sites now pose a danger that was not even an issue a few years ago.

For the utmost in online safety for kids, it takes a combination of filtering tools, parental control software and maintaining an open dialogue about topics such as proper rules of social media. Predators are online and unsuspecting children can be tricked into giving out personal information.

Please be advised that no safe search engine should replace the supervision of a parent or teacher when it comes to children browsing the internet. Bookmarking a kids search engine like ours for regular use is only the beginning to creating a safe environment online for children of all ages.

We also need to be reminded that the internet is now accessible on multiple devices and from many locations away from the watchful eyes of parents and guardians.

Google SafeSearch is automatically activated using our search tool. Apart form the web filtering tool at the top of this page, SafeSearch can also be implemented on any desk top browser or phone.  Learn More!

This website, Safe Search Kids, is not Google. We are not directly endorsed by them. Our affiliation with Google is strictly as a third party participating in their Custom Search Engine program.

Kids Search Engines vs Parental Control Software

A kids search engine like ours will filter results to keep kids from landing on bad websites. However, we do not stop a child from leaving our site and conducting a search from a search engine that may not have proper filtering. As shown in the videos above, you can activate proper filtering from within your browser, but you can’t block access to harmful websites if a child is determined to seek them out. This can only be done with internet filtering software.

When parental controls with complete internet filtering is installed, if a child clicks through to a website that has illicit or explicit content access is blocked instantly.

The level of blocking can be set according to the age of the child. Additional features include the ability to limit the time of day internet access will be allowed, as well as the number of hours per day.

Celebrate ‘Safer Internet Day’ for Greater Awareness

Education is key to online safey for kids. Safer Internet Day is an annual event that takes place on the 2nd Tuesday of the 2nd week of the 2nd month. The date will change from year to year, but it’s always on a Tuesday. The theme also changes each year to focus on specific topics that are relevant to online safety.

While the focus of Safer Internet Day is designed to protect kids online, it is good advice for anyone surfing the web, including the importance of being aware of malware which ultimately can make your computer vulnerable to unsafe material.

Of course, a safer internet for kids all year long is important using kids search engines that lock safe search on your computer. Safe Internet Day is an additional way to draw attention to this issue. It raises positive awareness to spread the word about how young people can use the internet safely and securely throughout the year. This includes respecting each other online.

Safe Search Filtering on Our Website

Individuals at home or kids in school classrooms can utilize our safe search tools on the top right corner of this website. They include:

  • Google Safe Search:  For strict filtered Google search.
  • Safe Images:  Featuring images from only safe sources.
  • Safe Wiki search:  A Wikipedia just for students.
  • Video search:  A selection of videos deemed safe for kids.

And unlike most other websites that employ safe search engines, we feature articles on various subjects related to a healthy online behavior, as well as internet safety articles for parents, teachers and many geared just for kids.

Bookmark our home page for easy access to all of our safe search tools. www.SafeSearchKids.com

Safe Video Search (Safe YouTube Videos)

Safe Video Search

Here you can search for safe videos from a variety of kid friendly websites. Our safe video search engine delivers filtered and screened videos from a variety of sources including YouTube. You can search for these videos using the safe search tool above.

KidzTube Video Search is designed for kids in grades K-8, however, teens and even adults still enjoy using it. Each safe video included is carefully reviewed by educators for both learning quality, safety, engagement factors, production quality, and other items.

Only the “best of the best” make it, so anything a child watches will have value to it.

We even take our “fun” videos section seriously in terms of delivering quality wholesome entertainment. This is very different from a typical experience on YouTube or other video sites where just about anything, including very inappropriate “r-rated” or worse videos often surface.

Furthermore, most videos on YouTube are not screened for educational quality, so kids might be learning incorrect facts.

On a near daily basis, videos on KidzTube get submitted by people in the education field that work with us. You can access these videos by using the video search tool at the top of our website. We also have strategic partnerships with some of the best teaching resources, like Khan Academy, to get early access to their content.

Once a video is approved for inclusion and passes all our tests, we carefully categorize it in the appropriate subjects and subcategories. This helps to ensure better search results and improved related video content during browsing.

Video subject areas include:
  • English
  • Fine Arts
  • Health
  • Math
  • Science
  • Technology
  • Social Science
  • History and more.

We currently have over 30,000 safe video titles and the video library keeps growing each week. After all, kids need to have some fun too as a way of encouraging them to come back and keep learning things in our educational library.

One way we achieve this is by providing reviewed videos in areas such as music videos (designed for kids), movies/tv shows for kids, magic tricks, arts/crafts, cute animal videos, quality non-violent cartoons, toy reviews, and sports.

Our related videos software carefully mixes relevant educational videos with our fun content to help guide kids towards learning new concepts that they might otherwise never explore. For example, a cartoon that features lasers might have an educational video that talks about how lasers work next to it for viewing.

In addition, you’ll find content dealing with emotional health issues that are very important to kids in our Psychology and Motivational videos section. These videos all teach very important concepts that all children should learn to be better students and to get along better with other kids.

Each and every video on KidzTube has our quality of approval seal on it, so you can be certain that it will be safe, educational, and enjoyable for kids to watch.

Best of all, our content is 100% free to watch and works on desktop, mobile tablets/phones, and in our KidzSearch App available for Android, Apple iOS, and Amazon Kindle devices.

Here you can search for safe videos from a variety of kid friendly websites. Our safe video search engine delivers filtered and screened videos from a variety of sources including YouTube. You can search for these videos using the safe search tool above.

KidzTube Video Search is designed for kids in grades K-8, however, teens and even adults still enjoy using it. Each safe video included is carefully reviewed by educators for both learning quality, safety, engagement factors, production quality, and other items.

Only the “best of the best” make it, so anything a child watches will have value to it.

We even take our “fun” videos section seriously in terms of delivering quality wholesome entertainment. This is very different from a typical experience on YouTube or other video sites where just about anything, including very inappropriate “r-rated” or worse videos often surface.

Furthermore, most videos on YouTube are not screened for educational quality, so kids might be learning incorrect facts.

On a near daily basis, videos on KidzTube get submitted by people in the education field that work with us. You can access these videos by using the video search tool at the top of our website. We also have strategic partnerships with some of the best teaching resources, like Khan Academy, to get early access to their content.

Once a video is approved for inclusion and passes all our tests, we carefully categorize it in the appropriate subjects and subcategories. This helps to ensure better search results and improved related video content during browsing.

Video subject areas include:
  • English
  • Fine Arts
  • Health
  • Math
  • Science
  • Technology
  • Social Science
  • History and more.

We currently have over 30,000 safe video titles and the video library keeps growing each week. After all, kids need to have some fun too as a way of encouraging them to come back and keep learning things in our educational library.

One way we achieve this is by providing reviewed videos in areas such as music videos (designed for kids), movies/tv shows for kids, magic tricks, arts/crafts, cute animal videos, quality non-violent cartoons, toy reviews, and sports.

Our related videos software carefully mixes relevant educational videos with our fun content to help guide kids towards learning new concepts that they might otherwise never explore. For example, a cartoon that features lasers might have an educational video that talks about how lasers work next to it for viewing.

In addition, you’ll find content dealing with emotional health issues that are very important to kids in our Psychology and Motivational videos section. These videos all teach very important concepts that all children should learn to be better students and to get along better with other kids.

Each and every video on KidzTube has our quality of approval seal on it, so you can be certain that it will be safe, educational, and enjoyable for kids to watch.

Best of all, our content is 100% free to watch and works on desktop, mobile tablets/phones, and in our KidzSearch App available for Android, Apple iOS, and Amazon Kindle devices.