Crackle Launched a Free Homeschool Channel




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Today the free streaming service Crackle announced the launch of its new Homeschool Channel designed to help parents and caregivers who are now taking on the role of teacher. With schools shut down around the country, this new aid is meant to provide teaching tools focusing on students up to 8 years old.

“What we can offer parents at this time is a free solution for educational and uplifting content they can feel good about turning to,” says Philippe Guelton, President of Crackle Plus. “We hope that with these series selections – and more will be added in the weeks to come – caregivers can feel they have a trusted resource while educating their children at home.” 

“The Ad Council is proud to partner with Crackle on the launch of the ‘Homeschool’ channel to share educational and uplifting content with families during this unprecedented time,” says Lisa Sherman, President and CEO of the Ad Council. “Parents and children continue to need educational tools and support while they’re at home, and we’re grateful for Crackle’s support of our messages.”

The “Homeschool” series available today include:

  • Baby Einstein Classics (7 seasons, 34 episodes)
  • Animal Tales (2 seasons, 30 episodes)
  • Alphabet Safari (1 episode)
  • Bailey’s Big Backyard (5 episodes)
  • Rev & Roll (26 episodes)
  • Rainbow Ruby (26 episodes)
  • Elf Learning for Kids (11 episodes)
  • Travel With Kids TV (30 episodes)
  • Tea Time With Tayla (18 episodes)
  • Brain Candy TV (40 episodes)

Crackle is a free to use video entertainment network featuring full length movies, TV shows and original programming available on a wide variety of platforms including streaming services, connected TVs, mobile devices, set top boxes, video game consoles and online at

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