As you all know, YouTube is one, if not the best, educational websites out there. Teachers, students, and parents can benefit from the content that is found on this website. With there being so much content, sometimes there is junk. This post will provide you with ways to work around the junk on YouTube to safely get to the meat and potatoes in your classroom.

SafeShare - This website allow you to remove all of the ads, and next videos after your video is done playing. If your district blocks YouTube, this is a safe option for you to utilize. You simply paste the YouTube video into the SafeShare page and generate a safe link!

TubeChop - This website allows you to cut off the beginning or the end of videos. If there is a gem hidden in the video, you can now isolate it for your students. This website also removes the ads and other content that can be distracting around the video.

Watchkin -  This website allows you to take any YouTube video and remove the extra content. It will remove the recommended videos after the video and the ads at the bottom of the videos. There is also a button which allows you to Watchkinize any video by clicking and dragging a button onto a YouTube video.