Kids books on YouTube are becoming pretty popular. Have you checked out any read aloud YouTube videos with your kids yet? I think you’ll like this list of favorites.
Read Aloud Kids Books on YouTube: a Library in Your iPhone
We’ve got a few Kindle Fire Tablets and an iPad in our household. Over the last year I’ve noticed that eBooks have gotten quite pricey. In some cases they aren’t much cheaper than a soft cover book. We’ve used the eBook library lending system. That’s really great, but books get deleted even if you’re not finished yet. And you can only borrow one book at a time. If you’ve got kids that are like mine and they love to read, consider trying out some read aloud kids books on YouTube instead. It’s a great option if you are on a tight budget, especially if you are looking for short stories to help pass the time with. I think read aloud kids books on YouTube are ideal for preschoolers and early elementary school kids.
And I’ve used them on my iPhone in a pinch. It may be a smaller screen, but most read aloud kids books on YouTube are done with fantastic narration.
Check Out These Classic Read Aloud Kids Books on YouTube:
Share one of these classic audio story books with your children tonight. If you’ve got an iPhone app for YouTube you can do it anytime, anywhere. These free stories will entertain kids in checkout lines, at the airport, and in waiting rooms. Kids books on YouTube are both entertaining and educational. Who knew that your child could meet his or her favorite author through a YouTube video? Check out my first example. Here’s author Mercer Mayer reading his story out loud and looking right at the camera when he talks. Your child will feel like Mercer Mayer is talking right to him or her.
1. Mercer Mayer reads his picture book, “There’s An Alligator Under My Bed“
2. Beverly Berwick reads “Are You My Mother?” by P.D Eastman
3. Listen to “Guess How Much I Love You” by Sam Mc Bratney
4. “The Lorax” by Dr. Seuss and narrated by Ben Rogge
5. Listen to children narrate “Chicka Chicka Boom Boom” by Bill Martin Jr. and John Archambault
6. Listen to “Where the Wild Things Are” by Maurice Sendak
7. Award Winning Author Mike Artell narrates his book “Legs”
8. Listen to An animated read aloud of Shel Silverstein’s “The Giving Tree”
9. Listen to “The Three Billy Goats Gruff” by Henriette Barkow
10. Listen to a Classic Disney Golden Book Version of “Pinocchio“
Use read aloud kids books on YouTube. These are free and a great alternative to iBooks on iPad, Nook, and Kindle books. Want more free read aloud books for kids online? I just posted an article about 16 more popular read aloud books! To find out more, visit: Free Read Aloud Books for Kids Online from Barnes and Nobel