At Sensical, we want all kids to see themselves in the stories, creators, actors, and culture featured in our content all year long.
This month, in celebration of Black History Month, we are shining a special spotlight on Black stories and Black creator excellence.
Don’t miss the fantastic videos in our Celebrate Black Stories video collection - only on Sensical! This special collection teaches kids about Black art, history, and culture, and introduces them to famous Black inventors and changemakers.
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As a father, Randy Quansah saw the connection between play and learning. He also saw a need for greater representation of people of color and culture in children’s media. As founder and host of Kujo’s Kid Zone, he takes preschoolers, parents, and educators on an extraordinary adventure loaded with creativity and everyday relativity!
Grab your "imagination helmet" and enter Kujo's Kid Zone! Episodes encourage children to problem-solve and explore their worlds while teaching lessons of kindness and diversity. The learning extends beyond the screen with prompts to continue the conversations and experiments at home.
Kids and families around the world are inspired and empowered by Kujo’s messages of unity, social awareness, and experimental education: Be Kind. Be Brave. Be Curious. And most importantly–Be Yourself!
With the help of Li'l Doc and her loveable assistant, Geeko, little ones (and even grown-ups) can learn about medical conditions, such as allergy and dementia, in a way that's easy to understand.
Li'l Doc and her chameleon friend, Geeko, explain medical issues to kids using lively, age-appropriate, and sometimes humorous animations. Topics include colds and flu, food allergies, asthma, and even cancer, Alzheimer's, and more. Curious kids or those interested in medical careers will enjoy this series.
Along with her mom, Raiyah is the wonderful, ground-breaking creator of Kids Black History, a live action, scripted, factual, historical, entertainment show for kids. In each episode, Raiyah teaches black and African history to children in a fun, exciting, engaging way.
Join Raiyah and her teacher mom as they teach valuable lessons about black history! In addition to exploring fun topics like the strangest animals in Africa, kids will also learn about the great contributions of black inventors and why some skin is brown. Kids Black History inspires kids to learn about and appreciate black history!
Two-time Grammy-nominated musical duo Kaitlin McGaw and Tommy Shepherd strive to shape a more equitable world through hip hop. Alphabet Rockers inspires kids and families to stand up to hate and be their brave and beautiful selves!
In Alphabet Rockers’ We Got Work to Do, the musical group challenges kids to sing, dance, and think critically about being anti-racist. The content empowers kids to be agents of change and provides starters for having meaningful conversations around advocacy and social justice.
Through content that is healing, empowering, and celebrates individuality, Alphabet Rockers amplifies authentic stories, disrupts negative patterns, and is the embodiment of real change.
Alphabet Rockers entertain and enlighten kids with powerful songs that inspire audiences to become change-makers, stand up to hate, and embrace their beautiful selves. It's music with a message.
As a long-time lover of reptiles, Elle shares her passion for scaly, cold-blooded animals through videos about her pets! Not only do episodes teach kids about different reptiles, they also model how to care for and create healthy habitats for these unique creatures.
Elle’s Reptiles encourages compassion for all creatures and emphasizes the importance of research, preparation, and commitment for any new pet.
Each video teaches kids about a different reptile, how to create a habitat for it, and how to care for it. Elle’s videos and guides provide kids with information and tools to put them on the path to becoming exceptional reptile owners!
Mosa Mack Science is a series of short, animated science mysteries designed to inspire 4th - 8th graders. Utilizing a fun, diverse cast of characters, each episode examines a science topic using an inquiry-model and ends with a query the students attempt to solve together using customizable discussion guides.
Mosa Mack and her friends investigate science mysteries in zany animated videos. Using the inquiry model, Mosa problem-solves until she discovers the solution. Complex science concepts are clearly explained and sometimes sung.
On Sensical, kids will find endless opportunities to identify with and learn about diverse characters, perspectives, and experiences. These amazing creators teach new skills, fun ideas, and personal growth, expanding kids’ views on what's possible for themselves and others.
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Celebrate Black History Month with these amazing kids shows from talented, inspiring, award-winning creators on Sensical.