Minecraft is a fun game that kids enjoy playing. Below is a list of 20 Youtubers that have some of the best kid-friendly Minecraft videos.
Mr. Stampy Cat is a British cartoon cat that narrates over mainly “Let’s Play” videos and uploads a new Minecraft video each day. Though he didn’t start out intending to be a children’s channel, once he realized that was his audience he became completely kid-friendly in every video after episode 19. Check out his How To Minecraft series to learn everything there is to know about Minecraft!
Squid Nugget is Mr. Stampy Cat’s best friend, and some of his videos even feature Stampy in them! He is a British cartoon squid that is sure to get kids laughing while staying appropriate at all times. His videos are mainly “Let’s Play” videos with the occasional mod and challenge. Check out his series Squiddy Sundays, where Squid Nugget uploads a fun and random video.
Is a family-friendly Youtuber who is also a dad, business owner, and husband. While he makes videos about many games, his most popular series is called Survive & Thrive where he teaches you everything you need to know about how to survive and thrive in the Minecraft world!
Etho makes entertaining and instructional videos that are careful to avoid anything that isn’t kid-friendly. His most popular series is called Etho Plays Minecraft where he makes complex Redstone contraptions.
Little Lizard Gaming promises to be one hundred percent kid friendly and is best for young Minecraft players. Little Lizard makes mainly “how to” instructional videos for creating things in the Minecraft world. Check out this video of them teaching you how to make a creeper!
Think Noodles is a channel that features many different games, but his Minecraft videos take the cake. Think Noodles make videos in story mode, survival mode videos, and more. Even better, the videos often feature his golden retriever named, Kopi. Check out his Camping Trip role-play video!
Seth Bling is an expert on Redstone and posts tutorials on how you can become an expert, too. Check out his videos on how to fry an egg, his prototype Minecraft washing machine, or his Minecraft arcade game!
Amy uploads Minecraft videos every single day. She’s also friends with Stampy, our good friend from the beginning of this list! She is known for being kind, compassionate, and a good role model. Check out her videos on her Minecraft family in a series she calls Amy’s Land of Love!
The Diamond Mind Cart posts a new Minecraft video every day. Each video has a plot and is very entertaining while being kid-friendly. The Diamond Mind Cart does mod showcases, mini-games, challenges, and moderated survivals. Check out their video of Minecraft’s version of the popular cartoon Adventure Time!
Scar specializes in building intricate structures in the Minecraft world such as green houses, a tree house, and a roller coaster! Watch their tutorials in order to learn how to create these structures and more!
Element Animation is an international team of artists and animators who create short 2-5 minute comedy videos based on Minecraft. Check out their original series An Eggs Guide to Minecraft.
Stacy is a gamer that says she loves to go on adventures and wants her subscribers to go on them with her! She doesn’t swear in her videos and filters profanity in the comments on her videos as well. Each day of the week she does different types of videos, like challenges on Sundays and moderated role-plays on Wednesdays and Saturdays!
13. Dig Build Live
Dig Build Live tries to explore the basics of Minecraft through a narrative approach rather than a technical way that many other Youtubers utilize in their videos. They teach basics such as building, crafting, mining, and spawning. Check out their video on digging holes and building things!
14. Netty Plays
Netty is a gamer whose goal is to learn Minecraft along with her followers! She says that whether her videos are tutorials or are just her “attempting to play” as she puts it, they’ll always make you laugh. Check out her videos about Minecraft’s version of the Hunger Games!
Ashdubh’s channel is based off short videos that are chopped up into funny moments or montages of the best bits of their gaming. They’re entertaining and always family friendly! Check out their Star Wars minigame video!
Wonderquest is an offshoot of Stampy’s channel. The videos take place in the Minecraft world of Wonderberg, where they follow Stampy and his friend Keen explore and discover the world! Check out their first Wonderquest video, Stampy’s New Minecraft Adventure!
Jen loves playing Minecraft with her husband Pat. They make videos in story mode, and also show off worlds they have created. Check out her video of what she calls the Creeper Roller Coaster!
PopularMMO is all about showing kids new and exciting ways to play Minecraft. Many of the videos focus on Lucky Block challenges. Check out their videos on the mini games in Notch Land!
CaptainSparklez makes videos that show off his very technically advanced worlds that are accompanied by hilarious and entertaining commentary. Check out his Let’s Play Story Mode series!
Sqaishey is a yellow duck that loves to play Minecraft and loves having friends to watch and play with! She is a good friend of Stampy’s. Her videos are great for younger kids while still being fun and entertaining. Check out her series called Cloud Nest!
Take a look through these different kid-friendly Minecraft video channels to find what suits your interests best. Enjoy playing!