YouTube is the largest video streaming site out there, but is it the best? Kids are obsessed with watching videos, but with all of YouTube's user-generated content, it's hard to know if they're watching the good stuff or the not-so-good stuff. Kids can be exposed to loads of inappropriate content, even when using the kid-specific YouTube Kids app. If you're looking for a site that's similar to YouTube but a bit more age-appropriate for your kids, we've got you covered. This list is full of kid-friendly alternative streaming sites that will have your kids watching, laughing, and even learning. And if your kid is ready to make the jump, our handy Parent's Ultimate Guide to YouTube will help you master the platform in no time.
And if you have kids 10 and under, you can also check out Sensical, a streaming service offering thousands of age-appropriate videos and podcasts for kids. (Sensical is a free service from the for-profit Common Sense Networks; it's not reviewed here due to the potential for conflict of interest.)