Streaming Streaming TV, Movies, & More Stream Free Educational Videos at TeacherTube Public, private, and homeschool teachers all benefit from this free resource By Gretchen Siegchrist Writer Gretchen Siegchrist is a professional videographer who enjoys helping amateurs master the basics of desktop video. our editorial process Gretchen Siegchrist Updated March 23, 2020 The Ultimate Guide to Online Learning at Home The Ultimate Guide to Online Learning at Home Introduction Babies & Pre-K Baby Sign Language Free Resources The Best Educational YouTube Videos for Toddlers The 5 Best Free iPad Apps for Toddlers Must-Have Apps for Kids Under 5 The 10 Best Kid Coloring Apps of 2020 11 Best Places To Play Free Preschool Games Elementary Age Learners Popular Apps for Elementary School Children Ages 5-8 The Best Educational Apps for the iPad The 4 Best Online Flashcards of 2020 14 Best Free Language Learning Websites of 2020 7 Free Programming Languages to Teach Kids How to Code Stream Free Educational Videos at TeacherTube Middle Schoolers & Young Teens The 6 Best Free Language Learning Apps of 2020 11 Best Free Typing Lessons for Kids The 21 Best Educational YouTube Channels for Kids The 10 Best Learning Apps of 2020 10 of the Most Popular Science and Education YouTube Channels The 6 Best Homework Apps to Help Students High Schoolers & Teens Best Apps for Your High Schooler Best Speed Reading Apps Best Apple TV Learning Apps Best Websites for Students 8 Best Note-Taking Apps PowerPoint Presentation Tips for Students College & Adult Learners The Best Research and Reference Websites Free Online Classes for Adults Guide to Taking Free Coursera Courses Best Ways to Find Free Online College Courses Online Music Lessons The Best Online Piano Lessons of 2020 The Best Online Drum Lessons of 2020 The Best Online Guitar Lessons of 2020 Free Online Learning Resources for All Ages Best Sites to Get Free Software for Students How to Get an Apple Student Discount How to Get a Microsoft Store Student Discount Students and Teachers Get Microsoft Office for Free How to Get a Dell Student Discount How to Get an HP Student Discount How to Get the Best Buy Student Discount How to Get an .Edu Email Account Hero Images/Getty Images Tweet Share Email TeacherTube is very similar to YouTube in layout and function, with one crucial difference: It's devoted entirely to educational videos. Although the advertisements on the site and below each video can be distracting, it's still a helpful resource for students and educators. The website monitors inappropriate materials, so it's safe to use in the classroom. TeacherTube also has free audio files, photos, and documents. All of this is free to access and a user account is only necessary if you want to access options like the ability to upload your own content, add items to your list of favorites, etc. What Types of Videos Are on TeacherTube? TeacherTube has thousands of videos, many of them student-made, covering topics from PE exercises to Monet's painting techniques. Because anyone can upload videos to the site, they do vary, and not all of them are straightforward educational videos. Some are student projects or classroom demonstrations, and many of them are amateur presentations. However, the benefit of this is that you also get to see what students around the world are working on—there are videos from classrooms as far apart as New York and New Zealand. You can browse for the videos by topics like science, professional development, educational podcasts, reading, social sciences, technology, world languages, gaming, computer science, history, science, non-profit, math, fine arts, and several others. What Do TeacherTube Videos Look Like? TeacherTube videos play on a mid-sized screen much like the default YouTube video size. The quality varies from video to video, depending on who made them. For the most part, however, the quality is not especially high, and the videos take a while to load. Still, for one-on-one instruction, the videos work very well. What Do You Need to Watch TeacherTube Videos? All that's really required to use TeacherTube is a recent web browser like Chrome, Safari, etc. Additonal Features on TeacherTube TeacherTube has a lot of useful extra features. You can email the videos to friends, embed them in blogs, or link to them in other websites using the provided HTML code. You can also download some of the videos to your own computer so that it's easier to show a classroom or use it without internet access. How Much Do TeacherTube Videos Cost? TeacherTube is free for anyone to use right now, without needing a user account. However, you do have to have an account (it's free) to access features like uploading your own videos, adding videos to your list of favorites, making playlists, etc. If the advertisements bother you, you can pay to have them removed by subscribing to TeacherTube Pro.