Watch and learn from the largest resource library of FREE DIY projects and videos! Create and share in a moderated and safe global community, in this award-winning app.
DIY is the largest global interest-based community where kids learn cool skills together.
With a FREE plan, you can:
- Access 5000+ how-to videos, hands-on projects, and exciting courses.
- Learn 100s of skills like art, craft, magic, animation, drawing, science, gacha life, ROBLOX, Minecraft, coding for kids, and more.
- Get inspiration from the 2 million+ projects made by DIYers around the world, on this safe and creative social media app for kids.
Want more? There’s always DIY Plus!
With a DIY Plus subscription, you can :
- Post your creations
- Earn skill badges for every project
- Interact freely in a safe community
- Join several live interactive workshops every month
- Host challenges and live workshops for other kids
- Participate in contests and win prizes
- Get cool merch from The DIY Shop
The platform is moderated by experts and mentors, 24x7, across all time zones.
Used by families, homeschoolers, and teachers worldwide, here’s why DIY is an awesome place for the creative and curious:
- Endless Skill Discovery: Wonder how things work? Explore 100s of skills across areas like STEM, art, crafts, animation, science, gaming, ROBLOX, Minecraft, LEGO, coding for kids - and everything in between!
- Guilt-Free Screen Time: Learn from exciting courses, how-to videos, live workshops, action-inspiring shows, and fun challenges designed to help kids learn by doing.
- Goodies For The Win: Collect Gems upon completing different actions on the platform. Use those Gems to get awesome goodies from the DIY Shop!
- Kids Inspiring Kids: Creativity is contagious! Share it with other kids on DIY and your ideas could be the start of something new. Develop a healthy competitive spirit by taking part in contests and collaborating with the community.
- Social Skills 101: Make friends and share your passions with kids from around the world that have similar interests in this safe social media for kids. Make the most of the DIY community by hosting your own live workshops or even gaming sessions!
- Build Your Digital Portfolio: Craft a personalized profile with all your creations in it. Parents get notified every time their kids try a project to keep them in the loop about what interests them and how they are growing!
- All Good In The Hood: No bullies, creeps, ads, or icky content on our COPPA-compliant and KidSafe-certified platform. Moderated 24x7 across all time zones.
There’s something for every kid on DIY: anime, photography, LEGO, slime, Minecraft, machines, sewing, ROBLOX, gacha life, cooking, singing, dancing, ventriloquism, coding for kids … you know, the stuff that makes the world great!
All of DIY’s videos are free to access via just a simple sign-up.
However, DIY Plus requires an in-app purchase of a monthly or yearly subscription plan. Each subscription allows adding up to 4 kids. Credit card details are required at the start of DIY Plus’s free trial to confirm parental consent. The trial is absolutely free and can be canceled at any time.
This app version brings creating challenges and awesome content for the community up front and center!
Apart from sharing their creations via post, users can now create challenges and host live workshops on the app too. Also, users can now create cool merchandise of their own, for the DIY shop. Ready, Set, Go!
Ratings and Reviews
heyy so i might delete this because well... i just don't want to come off rude or something, but here goes nothing-
DIY is an amazing website/app, i've had it for almost 3 years :) But i do have some concerns, DIY (it even says in the introduction) if for 6-16. Now i've come across a profile of someone over 16 (not an adult but still older these the targeted audience) There are people under 13 commenting and stuff on his posts, now this may just be me but- it just comes off as weird. I don't want to be quick to judge but it's also not like he posts a talent (like drawing, writing, etc.) All he does is post photos of himself and other teenage boy things. I was analyzing his profile and I see one of the mods saying that they took down two of his posts for not being fully clothed and guns/weapons. Now the weapon thing doesn't concern me too much (unless it was in a graphic way) but not being fully clothed??? I don't know about you but that seems like a MAJOR red flag, even if he's just posting himself without a shirt, keep in mind most of the users on here are MINORS, CHILDREN, and PEOPLE UNDER THIRTEEN. Shouldn't he be on something like Instagram or TikTok?? Now I don't want to be quick to judge but i've also noticed a lot of the things he likes are photos of girls. That is concerning to say the least. Guys i'm not 100% about this stuff but still, take this into consideration if you ever see this. Thanks again, a DIY user.
Great, but could use some editing.
The new D.I.Y is a wonderful app. I love the community, the rules, just everything and everyone. BUT, that dose not mean this app is perfect. No app is perfect. My first suggestion is to actually give penalties to rude D.I.Yer’s. They are out there, you know. There are also some things I would like to be added back. On the original D.I.Y you could search of usernames, posts, etc.
but on the NEW D.I.Y there isn’t an option to do that. PLUS, now you even need photo library access to do challenges. Here’s another thing; posts take LONGGGGG to compress/upload. Anyway, that’s it for now. But don’t get me wrong, this app is great! It just needs some editing, like any other app. :)
Thank you D.I.Y for responding to others comments and mine as well. I won’t do an email for now, but thanks!
Developer Response ,
Hi there! You should be able to post from your iPhone/iPad and we'll help get this fixed for you. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll figure this out 👍
I used to love DIY back in 2019 until around the beginning of 2021 DIY was so much better back when it was called jam and back in 2019 and 2021 on the App Store they are still putting it like it used to be a app for kids to explore and create and stuff but here’s what I don’t like about it there has been a ton of challenges saying you can win a Apple Watch if you win this contest I just honestly don’t like it because kids aren’t doing it for the creativity anymore they’re doing it for the prize and I feel like they could be bribing the kids to do the challenges in away because the more kids just like to post now for like popularity and to get more followers and most like TikTok there is no cussing on here so it is a little bit better but there also was this one account with the name of Ted and then a few numbers that I can’t remember and they were posting not appropriate pictures and not fully clothed people it was so bad and the mods didn’t ban them until like a week or five days later so it’s just changed a lot there’s a way that you can when are ukulele on there and when a Rubiks cube and honestly it’s just ridiculous and then somehow there’s also a way to stop hunger and stuff and I did that and I was supposed to get an email about it saying that it was complete and I never did :(
Developer Response ,
Thanks for your review! Please recommend our app to your friends, and don’t hesitate to shoot us a note at email@example.com if you have any questions.
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