Teachers, especially those of younger students, are often concerned about all the other "content" that shows when you use a You Tube video. This would include the "suggested videos" as well as the comments and ads. Let's admit it; those are not always appropriate for students to view. This video, created be Eric Curts, gives several different options for getting YouTube video content to students without the questionable content. I would also suggest checking out the free tool, EdPuzzle, as you can also add audio notes and questions to the videos.