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8 Best Ted Talks for Kids

8 Best Ted Talks for Kids

November 21, 2020

TED is a nonprofit that is dedicated to ‘Ideas Worth Spreading.’ These are short but impactful videos of various topics from influential speakers. The topics covered range from technology, science, business, global issues and so much more! You can find a variety of videos of Ted Talks online and many Ted Talks on YouTube as well. Many of these are amazing learning videos for kids. Let’s take a look at 8 of the best Ted Talks for your child to watch. 

  1. What Adults Can Learn From Kids 

Link: https://embed.ted.com/talks/adora_svitak

This powerful talk is delivered by a 12-year-old named Adora Svitak. The confidence that this girl has will inspire your kid. In fact, this is a video both you and your kid can enjoy together.

  1. 10 Ways To Have A Better Conversation

Link: https://youtu.be/R1vskiVDwl4

In today’s world, many children are engrossed in technology. Always having their noses buried in their phones or tablets. This video will help your kid with a skill that will prove beneficial to them in the future as well. Striking up and holding conversations that engage others!

  1. Teach Girls Bravery, Not Perfection 

Link: https://youtu.be/fC9da6eqaqg

An impactful video for kids and adults alike. Reshma shares her own story about how to be brave, even in the face of defeat. One of the best Ted Talks when it comes to being engaging and impactful. 

  1. Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance

Link: https://hls.ted.com/talks/1733.m3u8?preroll=newshortintro_053119&qr

This Ted Talk follows the inspirational Angela Lee Duckworth, who left her consulting career to become a math teacher. This video highlights the importance of perseverance, teaching your kid a valuable life lesson. 

  1. Dare To Dream Big 

Link: https://youtu.be/LomHO9STYlM

Isabella Rose Taylor talks about how important it is to believe in yourself. A cliche line, but this short video will leave your kid filled with hope and the will to dream big. A success story told in the most captivating way possible. 

  1. Underwater Astonishments 

Link: https://hls.ted.com/talks/206.m3u8?preroll=newshortintro_053119&qr

Now, this video is more of an interesting and fun watch. Geologist David Gallow dives into the wonderful world of the ocean and the incredible things you can find in there. A Ted Talk on YouTube that is short, sweet, and full of fun facts about the sea! 

  1. Living Beyond Limits 

Link: https://youtu.be/N2QZM7azGoA

Amy Purdy delivers a powerful talk on her life experiences. She talks about her fight for life and her hurdles, including her near-death experience. Engaging, captivating, and with a brilliant lesson behind it all. Facing fears head-on and living beyond your limits! 

  1. Why Some Of Us Don’t Have One True Calling 

Link: https://hls.ted.com/talks/2341.m3u8?preroll=newshortintro_053119&qr

Many kids go through life with the misconception that they have one path to follow. This is an interesting video that disproves that. Multiple goals and interests are completely normal. There is no one path to follow! 

We hope you enjoyed our collection of these 8 powerful and captivating videos! Full of life lessons that are sure to leave a lasting impression on your children.


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