Inspire a Generation of Children to Give Back!

UNICEF Kid Power® is a FREE, interactive video platform that connects kids’ everyday activity to real-world impact. As your kids interact with our physical activity and social-emotional learning videos (at home or school), they unlock critical support (food, medical supplies and more) that we distribute to children in our global and local communities!

It’s Easy as 1, 2, 3!

1. Get Active

Sign up for free (or click a link sent by your child’s teacher) to play Kid Power Up videos.

2. Unlock Global Impact

Unlock therapeutic food packets for severely malnourished children around the world.

3. Earn Local Impact

Earn virtual coins to give family meals, medical supplies and trees planted locally.

Why UNICEF Kid Power?

Empower your kids to make a difference in the world. There’s no better feeling than helping others!

  • Make time for family! Easily fit our 3-5 minute videos into your day. Introduce and talk about important social-emotional topics or have fun exercising together. Our videos have even more benefits when you play them together as a family.
  • Get the wiggles out! Give kids “brain breaks” at home, so they’re ready to focus on their elearning or homeschool lessons…or play our videos anytime as boredom busters.
  • FREE access to 150+ videos (dance, workout, yoga and meditation, social-emotional learning and more)!
What Teachers Say about UNICEF Kid Power

Instill Kindness in Kids

“It’s a great way to teach my students that you don’t have to have money to make an impact on somebody else’s life. In a world where you can be anything, choose to be kind.”

Ms. Marengo-Perez, 4th Grade, Florida

Get the Wiggles Out

“We use it on a daily basis. My kids get so excited by it. They get up, they dance around, they sing, they move and they laugh together.”

Mr. Ecker, 4th Grade, Indiana

Boost Children’s Confidence

“I see a noticeable difference in my scholars’ confidence. [I’m] a huge believer in student social-emotional learning. My students can be fierce, can be calm, and best of all they can be themselves.”

Ms. Moe, 4th Grade, California