My son's favorite YouTuber is Coestar, and Clean Minecraft Videos 100+ Coe's Quest episodes. I never really played before so we decided to start a family friendly channel. The guys also host servers and offer downloads on their website. Check out: His is a great introduction to a cool mod. I watched a lot of their videos and they were clean, my 9 brother was fine with their videos and I even monitor him sometimes.
Now they do trolling on popular servers such as Hypixel, sometimes Unspeakable's own server ArcadeWars and on his brand new server CrazyWars with his fellow ownerÂ MooseCraftÂ. Check out: In , Mari and friends pummel each other with spleggs Minecraft eggs. I also suspect that many of the Minecraft channels are seeking a wider audience -- perhaps even off of YouTube as gaming becomes more mainstream and Minecraft is recognized for its educational value. I suggest that you tell your kids ok if you hear bad words don't repeat them if you do your done if you want to watch YouTube you sit with me and watch it through. I absolutely value this post because it has got marvelous content material and it's interesting.
The series has 10 episodes, however the first 5 episodes have become private. There's a wide range of content. Check out: His takes fans on an epic adventure full of dungeons, new dimensions, and mighty foes. My 7 year old son loves TheDiamondMinecart. Players preoccupied with indulging in overeating, smoking, or drinking might be best served by reaching for a controller instead. We also do Roblox videos as well.
They started off by doing it in normal Minecraft worlds, then began to do it on individual islands. He uploads Minecraft every week and engages with the Viewers that comment, I haven't heard him Swear yet which is good. My kids talk about how if someone says anything mean or tries to bully someone they are kicked off of the server. Yes, Thinknoodles is my son's second favorite next to The Diamond Minecart. You guys should re-think having him on this list.
But, although you may love that the game , your kids' obsession can be overwhelming. Even kid-friendly videos come with a few caveats. Language: Large amount of language, not recommended by me. Perhaps most puzzling is that every waking moment they're not playing Minecraft, they're in front of YouTube watching Minecraft. These kids have all moved on to some pretty crazy, violent and oversexualized games. This self-described husband, father, entrepreneur, and gamer offers family-friendly Let's Plays and tutorials in a kindly, straightforward style. Then on the 23rd, he did his first map review of a Sonic the Hedgehog map, made byÂ OfficialCinematic.
You have to remember that it was an accident and she did say that that won't happen again so you should cut the poor women some slack. It was a video of him trying to destroy a toy called a Hatchimal. Again, thanks for the article! We can guarantee that there will never be a curse word. No swearing and he says that he only plays family friendly games so you don't need to worry about him reviewing games that are too graphic! Although you could download an app such as KicVidz, which curates only kid-friendly Minecraft videos, you know your little fanatic will be begging -- and searching YouTube -- for more. From what I've seen, he has good morals, follows the Lord, and is really funny. Best for: Older players who really want to geek out on Minecraft.
My brother watches most of these, I don't. But you can rest assured that your children won't be exposed to any off the wall themes nor any bad language. It allows your kids to be able to watch Minecraft videos in a safe place without other suggested videos that pop up to click on. The reason, researchers believe, is that the games have constantly changing environments that require intense focus. The videos' quality across all genres Let's Play, mod reviews, characters, and so on has made it one of the most highly subscribed-to and most highly viewed channels on YouTube. Language:on very rare occasions, he has used foul language.
Many, knowing that children watch these videos but couldn't care less. However, he did start reviewing more mods in the year after. He often plays spirited games against other advanced Minecraft players in a group called Team Crafted. There's a lot of silly banter, and likes to help other kids to learn more about games on Minecraft servers. .