5 links to share with your curious kids (week of 6/19/15)

by ParentCo. June 19, 2015

picture of a planet

Share awesome, fun links with your kids curated by Today Box. Today Box curates fun and educational facts, videos, photos and jokes for curious kids, parents and educators. View past Internet Field Trips here. Week of June 19, 2015
Octopus photo via Inhabit.com
Learn why an octopus sometimes runs on two legs in this SciFri video posted to Today Box. hair dryer Antoine Terreux will blow you away with his kinetic hair dryer art installations.
filefish photo via New Scientist
Learn all about how the slender filefish hides from predators.
Europa Photo via NASA images
Scientists explain NASA's mission to Jupiter's moon Europa. bach Soak in the sounds of J.S. Bach in this animated fluorescent light show by Alan Warburton. View past Internet Field Trips here. View over 1,000 amazing kid-friendly posts on Today Box.


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