Internet Field Trip: 5 Links to Share with Your Kids

by ParentCo. March 07, 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.
Week of March 7, 2015
Ok Go Ok Go and Sesame Street teamed up to create this stop motion music video about primary and secondary colors. barn owl Check out the Live Owl Cam posted to Today Box. Learn about the lives of a pair of barn owls and their owlets in real time! cranes You've never seen origami like this before! Watch paper cranes shake their tails off with the use of music and electromagnets in this short video. lego Take a trip back through time and learn about the history of Legos in this short animated film about persistence, determination, and creativity. Mo'ne Davis Visit the ball field and learn why Sports Illustrated Kids named Mo'ne Davis SportsKid of the Year for 2014 in this short video from the Today Box archives. View over 900 amazing kid-friendly posts on Today Box.


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