Wednesday, 20 December 2017

The Best of British Three Great TeacherTubers from the UK

To commemorate my 5th anniversary on YouTube I'm writing a series of blog posts about educational channels that I like.  My second post is about Three British teachers who have YouTube channels that are fantastic!  So go and check out these great British educational channels now.



1) Mr Thorne: Mr Thorne Network Mr Thorne does phonics





Mr Thorne is a teacher from London and he has a wonderful YouTube channel called Mr Thorne Network. Mr Thorne sure knows his way around phonemes and graphemes and he has some amazing phonics lessons on his channel. Along with his trusty side kick Geraldine the Giraffe Mr Thorne teaches individual phonemes and graphemes and how to blend them together and manipulate them to read individual words. Mr Thorne also has some excellent grammar and punctuation lessons on his channel. His lessons are always engaging, informative and entertaining. Mr Thorne now has over 600 videos on his channel. For great literacy lessons check out Mr Thorne Network Mr Thorne does phonics. Mr Thorne also has lots of amazing phonics and grammar apps for electronic tablets for children of all ages.





2)Emily: Early Years Emily


Early Years Emily is a super fun educational musical YouTube channel created by Emily an early years teacher from Manchester. Her wonderful educational tunes are combined with real life action and animations to create some amazing music videos that kids love. Emily's songs are about the early years curriculum as well as fine motor development. She has some amazing Disco Play Dough songs. Emily is a fantastic singer and her songs are really catchy so they are excellent for teaching children concepts. We all know the power that music can have on helping children with their learning and Emily's songs are great. Early Years Emily is a fantastic channel for preschoolers and for children in the early years of primary school. This channel is a must for early years teachers, parents and young children! You'll be singing along with Emily as well!

3) James Starbuck: Starbuck Education


James Starbuck is a dedicated early years teacher from Coventry. On his channel Starbuck Education James shares his great depth of knowledge about early years education. His videos are for teachers and school leaders and the topics of his videos include phonics, literacy, numeracy, classroom environment and set up, learning through music and movement, social skills development, fine and gross motor development and play based learning. James has a thorough knowledge of early years pedagogy and theory so his videos are well worth watching.
He also reviews early years products and technology. It's a wonderful channel so if you teach the early years you definitely should check it out.












That's my best of British when it comes to TeacherTubers and their YouTube channels. Make sure you visit their channels and subscribe.
Are you a teacher from Britain with a YouTube channel? If so then leave a link to your channel in the comments below.



You can also visit my Educational Musical YouTube Channel for the Primary Classroom Rocking Dan Teaching Man. It's full of great tunes to help making learning fun and engaging for kids!




Here is a link to my last blog post Five Aussie TeacherTubers you must check out.




Until next time Rock on,

Rocking Dan Teaching Man



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