Parents can create an account according to age group:
pre-school (4 and under), younger (5 to 7), and older (8 to 12).
What is YouTube Kids?
YouTube Kids is a filtered version of YouTube, a user-generated video sharing platform, which allows kids to discover and watch videos. The YouTube Kids app lets parents and carers sign in and create up to 8 profiles for children, each with their own content, video recommendations and settings. Parents can manually approve videos for their kids to watch, approve collections of videos, block certain videos, set screen time limits and review what their kids have been watching. A YouTube Premium subscription removes paid advertisements from YouTube and allows videos to be downloaded for offline viewing.
How do people use YouTube Kids?
Learn more about the benefits and risks associated with how people use content sharing services like YouTube Kids.
How can you manage your child’s experience and report inappropriate content?
- Report a video
How to report a video to YouTube Kids by flagging it for review.
- Block a video or a channel
How to block a specific video or an entire channel in YouTube Kids.
- Parental controls
How to use parental controls to control what your child can watch.
- Limit screen time
How to set a timer on YouTube Kids.
- Keep up with what your child is watching
How to check what your child has been recently watching.
Frequently asked questions about how YouTube Kids filters and recommends content.
How can you protect your personal information?
- How YouTube Kids works
Information about YouTube Kids profiles and the collection of personal data.
- YouTube Kids profile
How to create a YouTube Kids profile and manage your account.
- Google accounts and YouTube Kids
Manage your child’s Google account with YouTube Kids.
A privacy notice for kids to read.