14 Successful Youtuber Kids Making Millions

While we spent all those carefree days playing outside, these kids are already making their first millions! Here’s a list of kids who open boxes on YouTube and are very successful doing so. Make sure to check #9, #7 and #5!

#14. Naiah and Elli Toys Show

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5-year-old Naiah and 6-year-old Elli are the two endearing sisters behind YouTube toy parody channel Naiah and Elli Toys Show. The two girls do lovely silly skits and her hilarious commentaries during toy unboxings is worth watching. (Unboxing videos is a YouTube genre which simply features people opening presents and product boxes.) Alongside their crazy adventures, The Naiah and Elli Toys Show includes a family vlog detailing the everyday activities of the family. They have 1.2 million subscribers. Slide to learn all about our next adorable little girl!

#13. Hailey’s Magical Playhouse

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6-year-old girl Hailey’s channel Hailey’s Magical Playhouse centers around toy unboxings, surprise eggs, costume dress-ups, and other indoor and outdoor play activities. Her kids-friendly channel has 1.3 million YouTube subscribers and features Hailey’s favorite animated characters from Disney, Nickelodeon, and more. Click Next to meet the girl who runs her own channel!

#12. Bee of B2cuteCupcakes

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12-year-old social media star Bee runs B2cuteCupcakes, a 1.7 million subscriber YouTube channel where Bee demonstrates new DIY’s, trendy challenges, toy reviews, and kid life hacks. Her channel is a great resource for parents and children to learn about the newest kid products. And her charming personality exemplifies the preteen life! Next YouTube channel features seven kids!

#11. Seven Awesome Kids

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YouTube channel Seven Awesome Kids features the lives and thoughts of girls ages 0-12. They post seven days a week! The parent controlled channel focuses on the girls’ wild imaginations through extremely funny and kid-friendly skits. Their candid moments and quirky adventures help their 1.9 million subscribers navigate and discover the perks of pre-teen life. Slide to meet two Philippine sisters!

#10. Quincy Faye and Laurice  of Kids’ Toys

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Quincy Faye and Laurice are the two kid influencer sisters behind the YouTube channel Kids’ Toys. Both star in toy review videos that are published twice a week. The Philippines-based sisters’ channel focuses primarily on the latest children’s toys, but Quincy Faye and Laurice also post vlog style videos with family and friends. They have over 2.9 trillion video views during their 4.5 years on YouTube. Up next, two sisters who are really inspiring!

#9. Hulyan and Maya of Hulyan Maya

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Launched in 2008, this is YouTube’s first “family toy unboxing channel,” as Hulyan Maya claims. Each video stars Hulyan and Maya, sisters who live for three things: “Fun, playtime, and adventures.” According to an ABC News profile, the sisters have roughly 3 million views a day. “It just happened,” said their father, Mark, who also mentioned that he expected the channel to make $1.5 million in 2015.  Due to the success of Hulyan Maya, both parents were able to leave their jobs, pay off their mortgage, and build impressive college accounts for their three kids. When asked how that could be possible, Marissa DiBartolo, senior editor at The Toy Insider, told ABC News: “If you’re making $5 per 1,000 impressions, and you get 1 million views, and you post one new video for every day for 365 days, you’re talking about close to $2 million already.” The channel inspired other kids too! Ryan of Ryan ToysReview reportedly got much of his inspiration from watching Hulyan Maya and eventually asked his mom, “How come I’m not on YouTube when all the other kids are?” according to The Verge. Our next girls have a channel for eating candy!

#8. Jillian and Addie of BabyTeeth4

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Jillian and her little sister Addie McLaughlin became Youtube stars for eating candy! It’s every kid’s dream job. Their YouTube channel Babyteeth4 features both girls (born in 2005 and 2007, respectively) reviewing all sorts of sugary treats, from astronaut ice cream (which wasn’t a big hit with the girls) to gummy pizza. (“I usually avoid the crust on gummy pizzas because they’re bananas,” Jillian stated.) These days, the channel also includes “toy reviews, silly comedy skits [and]epic mini movies,” all produced by their dad, Bob. “It’s fair to say the girls’ college funds are sorted,” Bob told Stuff in 2017. In 2016, The sisters appeared in Tubefilter in “YouTube Millionaires,” a column that covers influencers who “recently crossed the one million subscriber mark.” Jillian was thrilled about it:

“It makes me feel really happy to know so many people are watching our videos, and I hope our videos are making them smile too!” In 2014, Bob told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: “I hope it’s giving them the idea that they can create things instead of just being passive viewers.”

Slide next to find out which YouTuber kid is unaware that he has made millions playing with toys!

#7. Evan of EvanTube

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In January 2016, The Daily Dot featured Evan, a young man they hailed as “YouTube’s youngest millionaire.” Born in 2005, Evan knows is very crafty with droid inventor kits, magic wands, and Kinder Surprise Eggs. He’s also earned quite a small fortune from that. According to Business Insider, Evan makes roughly $1.3 million a year with his YouTube channel EvanTubeHD, which successfully focuses on toy reviews, challenges, and science experiments. It is not by chance that Evan’s dad Jared manages a video production company, which accounts for EvanTubeHD’s super efficient production values. In 2013, Jared told Newsweek they employ “a dedicated sales team” to negotiate the business side of things: “The majority of the revenue is generated by the ads placed on the video itself.” Meanwhile, Evan wasn’t aware of how much of a success his channel has amounted to: “For the most part, Evan goes about the day like any other second-grader,” Jared said. “He goes to school, does his homework, hangs out with his friends, attends karate class.” Afterward, there’s “computer time,” which evidently involves Evan making tons of money while playing with toys. Slide to meet the cutest Japanese sisters!

#6. Kan and Aki of Potemi 936

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Kan & Aki’s CHANNEL, formerly known as Potemi 936, specializes in toy reviews, candy-making tips, and funny restaurant reviews. Their channel is very successful! Their videos have been viewed more than 5,000,000,000 times as of November 2018. According to MSN, that many views is a great deal of money to have. This cute channel is enjoyable for all audiences, even if you don’t speak or read Japanese. You’ll smile while you watch these cute little girls slurp up bowls of noodles, play with a clowder of menacing stuffed-animal cats, and get way into the holiday spirit, all dressed up in plastic reindeer antlers and excitedly ripping open presents. Our next kid makes rap songs!

#5. Matthew of MattyB

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After his cover of Justin Bieber’s “Eenie Meenie” went viral in 2010 (when he was seven), the Georgian-born rapper successfully made his online popularity into a true superstar. The Verge gleefully reviews his songs, Time featured the Hide Your Girlfriend” meme he created, and he’s already written That’s a Rap!, his first memoir. According to The Daily Dot, MattyB — born Matthew David Morris in 2004 — also writes and performs original songs such as “Friend Zone” and “Life is Unfair.” Unfortunately, online celebrities often find themselves verbally abused. In 2014, MattyB got strong reactions from his cover of Notorious B.I.G.’s “Juicy.” Ironically, MattyB dedicated the song to his haters: “This song is dedicated to every doubter who ever told me I wouldn’t amount to nothin’,” Matty B raps, “to all the people who put me down and made fun of me when I was just trying to go after something I really wanted.” Luckily, Matty wasn’t very affected by the drama, “I get so much love from my fans it is hard to ever be anything but positive,” he told The Daily Dot. And that is a good thing because his net worth is estimated to be approximately $3 million. Up next, all about a cooking channel!

#4. Charli and Ashlee of CharlisCraftyKitchen

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In less than three years, the pint-sized Australian baker, Charli, and her youngster sister Ashlee managed to create “YouTube’s largest food channel,” according to an article in the Daily Mail. As MSN reports, their channel, CharlisCraftyKitchen, reportedly averaged roughly 29 million views — and $127,777 in revenue — every month in 2015. That adds up to more than a million dollars annually.  The sisters bring home the bacon by whipping up treats such as Frozen-inspired popsicles, “grape caterpillar and apple turtle fruit snacks,” and cookie dough ice cream. Keep in mind that hat last recipe calls for a box of Nerds to be poured into the mix, along with rainbow sprinkles. (“The sprinkles should add some sweetness,” Charli observes.) By 2017, the sisters were already expanding their focus with their animated online show Crafty Kingdom, which chronicles the misadventures of “princesses Charli and Ashlee”, which featured them bouncing through their candy kingdom, baking all the while. Nevertheless, after pouring most of their energy into a new channel, The Kelly Sisters (launched March 11, 2017), Charli and Ash appear to be on an indefinite hiatus. Our next kid has a gaming channel!

#3. Ethan of EthanGamer

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According to The Huffington Post, “British tween” Ethan became a millionaire by playing Minecraft and Pokémon, unboxing videos, and reviewing toys and candy. According to The Knutsford Guardian, his YouTube channel began as a collaboration between Ethan (who was 12 years old as of November 2018) and his father Kevin, who told the publication: “People like to watch him because he is a funny guy.”   Apparently, Ethan is more than just a funny guy. Barry Tomes, who was described by the Mirror as a “celebrity agent,” told the tab: “The right PR could easily take his earnings to [about $12,8 million USD.]” In June 2018, Kidscreen reported Ethan would be lending his vocal talents to Robozuna, an animated series that “follows 14-year-old Ariston and his homemade robot Mangle.” And to promote the show, Ethan tweeted in November 2018: “I star in the epic new children’s sci-fi series Robozuna! I’ve been keeping it a secret for nearly 2 years!”  But Ethan is also a really nice guy! In November 2018, the young star played Fortnite with a few lucky fans. Speaking about somebody with the handle “dadforever2,” Ethan proudly said: “He said he’s literally crying and he loves my channel, so we gotta get him in.” But for those who weren’t lucky enough to get to play with him, he has his Ethan Gamer store, with buy official merch like the “Believe in yourself” T-shirt and the “Lit” hoodie, to cheer you up! Slide next to meet a bunch of kids who became millionaires by filming their family trips!

#2. Zac, Michael, Chris, Alyssa, Owen, and David of Family Fun Pack

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Overseen by parents Kristine and Matt, Family Fun Pack specializes in wholesome summer camp content. The kids can be seen enjoying Disneyland, meeting with chittering dolphins at Dolphin Quest, and getting their fix of sugar at  The Museum of Ice Cream. To protect their privacy, the siblings’ last names aren’t known. In December 2016, Kristine told Forbes it’s important “not [to]share too much [about personal details].” As for financial details, MSN claims Family Fun Pack’s net worth was $15 million in 2017, and that number is likely even higher now. In February 2018, Variety reported FFP was teaming up with StyleHaul Network, a company that “create[s]new opportunities for entertainment development, licensing and merchandising, publishing and gaming.” The inevitable TV show is also in the works. “We never knew we were going to get this big,” Kristine told Forbes, emphasizing that all those slime wars, sleepovers, and pizza  parties are, in fact, extremely hard work. “There’s a misconception that YouTubers are lazy. We work really, really hard. We work every single day of the week.” I admit that taking care of that many kids, YouTube channel or not, must be really tiring! Slide to find out who made it to the top!

#1. Ryan of Ryan ToysReview

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In December 2016, The Verge published a profile on YouTube channel Ryan ToysReview, calling the kid, who was only 5 years old at the time, “YouTube’s biggest star.” Ryan specializes in “Toys Review [sic]for kids by a kid!” His channel shows him playing with dominoes, assembling DIY candy dispensers and soda fountains, and hiding inside his “pretend play house.” In October 2018, Ryan became a toy himself! Walmart is fully stocked with “Ryan” action figures, along with panda plush toys and “Giant GOLD Mystery Eggs” that complete the “Ryan’s World” collection. For Ryan, playtime is his way of earning now. According to the Chicago Tribune, a 2018 YouTube video featuring Ryan searching the department store for his Ryan toy collection reached 10 million views in a month. Ryan was very happy that lots of fans wanted to take his picture at Walmart that day, according to the Tribune. His parents prefer keeping Ryan’s earnings private, but Forbes reports he made approximately $11 million in “pretax income” in 2017.