We all love our streaming services for binge-watching at home, but did you know that there’s a ton of content you can use in the classroom? Videos help enhance your curriculum and further the discussion, so we’ve gathered the top 30 educational Hulu shows that make the most of screen time. Get up close and personal with the gentle giants of the animal kingdom, take a virtual art class with the master of landscapes Bob Ross, learn what it takes to build the International Space Station, and more, all from the comfort of the classroom.
(Note to teachers: Some schools block Hulu, which requires you to use Hulu’s offline feature to download preferred shows and use them during class. Also, grade recommendations were made by our editorial team, but of course, you are always the best judge of the appropriateness for your own students.)
What does it take to forge a friendship? These cute animal pairs might look different from each other, but they’re still BFFs!
Explore the world as seen through the eyes of a curious kid and learn about vehicles, animals, the natural world, and much more.
This engaging animated series explores social-emotional subjects as Cleo, an ancient princess launched into the modern world, learns to adjust to her new school and meet friends.
What does it mean to be resilient? Follow along with animals that had a rough start in life but found special people who refuse to give up on them.
Brainstorm along with Spike, Molly Bolt, Daisy Wheel, Flex as they design, create, and innovate, then put their cool ideas into action.
Say hello to the gentle giants of the animal kingdom: elephants.
Your kids won’t even realize that they’re soaking in important lessons on geography and science as they follow two adorable penguins in their never-ending quest to survive.
Tag along with Roman, a kid who’s also a real-life dog rescuer.
Kid adventurers Waldo and Wenda are junior members of an international travel society faced with challenging missions around the world.
This engaging series follows animals as they are adopted into new families.
Take a virtual art class with the master of landscapes, Bob Ross. Meditative and relaxing, this is a great show for any kid looking to hone their art skills and relax their brain for a spell.
Learn the dramatic stories behind the biggest names in the auto industry.
Based on the bestselling books for kids, Horrible Histories takes an in-depth and often hilarious look at history’s most horrible moments.
Follow along with teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg—a shy student with Asperger’s—as she sparks school strikes around the world then sets off on an extraordinary wind-powered voyage across the Atlantic Ocean to speak at the UN Climate Action Summit in New York City.
Follow along as 12 teams of 2 compete against one another in LEGO brick-building challenges.
Two oceanic titans fight for survival in the crystal-blue waters of Ascension Island.
Learn what it takes to build two engineering marvels, including a massive cargo ship, and the International Space Station.
A music video of the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) showcases a fascinating moon mission.
This fun and educational series ties beloved toys to the major events in American history that led to their invention.
Explore the many mysteries that still surround some WWII battles and campaigns in this engaging three-episode series.
Delve into the science and mystery behind the cosmos.
Learn how crafty animals outwit even the most dastardly predators.
Even the most successful people have all struggled on their journey to greatness. See how famous people stayed on the path to success despite challenges.
Experts investigate artifacts that normal Americans find in their backyards.
Meet the business and media leaders who changed our world. Learn the skills they had to hone to get there and the many challenges they faced on the road to success.
Journey across the globe to find the inventors, scientists, and technologists shaping our future. Each episode explores a different country and uncovers the ways in which the local culture and surroundings have influenced their approach to technology.
Dive deep into the ocean and discover what the whale’s lonely plight teaches us about our relationship to the ocean and each other.
Go behind the scenes with NASA scientists, researchers, and engineers as they work on the projects that will take us out of this world tomorrow.
RBG showcases the inspiring life and career of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the second female Associate Justice of the Supreme Court.
Reality and natural science collide in this documentary series that profiles venomous-snake handlers Simon Keys and Siouxsie Gillett.
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