Take an Internet Field Trip: 5 Links to Share With Your Kids

by ParentCo. January 24, 2015

Share awesome, fun links with your kids on an Internet Field Trip curated for Parent Co. by Today Box. Today Box curates fun and educational daily facts, videos, photos, and jokes for curious kids and the grown-ups who raise them.
FOR THE WEEK OF January 24 2015
wetnessExperience the raw sounds of mountain biking through the woods. Hear the splash of mud and muck as your tires smack the ground in this short film called “Wetness” by The Coastal Crew. Tour the World Take a trip around the world with the clever rhymes and music of Renald Francoeur and drawings by Craighton Berman in this music video by Marbles The Brain Store. animals talk Do animals talk? New Scientist explores animal sounds and what new research shows about animal communication in this animated short film. Paperholm Take a peek into the wonderful world of Paperholm, a mobile paper city created by artist Charles Young. You can see more images of Paperholm here. Evolution of Lego View over 750 amazing kid-friendly posts on Today Box.


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