BatteryPop has an impressive library of safe, age-appropriate, and fun-to-watch videos for kids. They can view clips starring Lego characters, watch kids trying to solve mysteries, find kooky cartoons, and discover fresh characters. Some videos are in Spanish while others present educational topics such as science and history in a fun, interesting way. However, kids also can watch plenty of videos that don't provide any instruction. (For example, they'll likely enjoy, but won't learn much from, the "Skateboard Shreds" video.) The site also features some fluff pieces on X Factor contestants and other celebrities, as well as cartoon reviews by a cartoon dog. BatteryPop could benefit from adding more age-related information -- some, but not all, videos list suggested ages, but unfortunately there doesn't seem to be any way to sort videos by age.
Generally, though, the site provides a safe, entertaining experience, and kids likely will view more educational videos than just-for-fun ones. Parents should be aware, however, that BatteryPop videos taken from YouTube feature a link to that site. Kids can easily click on it and end up on a video site that isn't known for restricting its content -- so you may want to supervise kids' BatteryPop browsing.