5 links to share with your curious kids (week of 7/4/2015)

by Parent Co. July 04, 2015

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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 July 4, 2015 Celebrate the Fourth of July with tiny hamster and his friends in this video posted to Today Box.  Learn about the structural art of Ben Butler and his newest work of art called Unbounded.  Use Google Street View to dive underwater and tour Australia's Great Barrier Reef.  Learn why scientists are lighting up leaves in this video from Science Friday.  Watch a friendly beatboxing battle between a father and daughter that will blow you away! View past Internet Field Trips here. View over 1,100 amazing kid-friendly posts on Today Box.


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