YouTube Kids offers 100 free movies for children
YouTube Kids offers 100 free movies for children

The YouTube Kids platform wants to help parents choose kids-friendly content. Therefore, an extensive movie library and library with high-quality special offers can be created to enrich children's imagination.

During this long time spent at home, the YouTube Kids platform became more and more useful for families. Although some schools have resumed studies, others are still virtual.

The platform hopes to help parents keep their children in touch with the school as more than 100 films will be released as part of the after-school project before next month (August 31).

Don Anderson, director of YouTube's Family and Learning Partnership, said the service wanted to help parents and that children might have to stay home if they couldn't go to school.

Family films and specials include (Little Sun Tayo), (Little Shark and Pinkfong), (Swing Man), (Masha and the Bear), (Oggy and the Cockroach) and (Paddington).

In addition to a number of the best short animated movies rooted in memory, such as Oscar (Hair Love), which was awarded for Best Short Animated Film.

There is also a variety of specialized educational products, including "Elmo World News on Sesame Street" that was produced in association with Lego and Hey Duggee, a selection from the BBC Studios series.

These featured movies and shows will appear as separate videos in the category (Programs) of the app, and as of today, a playlist will be released every Monday within the next five weeks.

Google has developed a platform for children under the age of 13 and offers children a convenient place to explore their imagination and curiosity.

The app allows parents to control YouTube content that children can watch, including the ability to only allow content from trusted partners, for example: (Sesame Street), (Chuchu TV), (Bounce Patrol) and (PBS Children). ), Or select videos and channels to manually create an organized playlist for your child.

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