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

by ParentCo. April 12, 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 April 11, 2015
Rashad Alakbarov Rashad Alakbarov is an artist who creates shadow art using ordinary objects, color, and light. Take a tour of some of his shadow art installations on Today Box! Rolling Through the Bay Scott Weaver used 100,000 toothpicks to create this kinetic sculpture of San Francisco. Follow ball runs in the sculpture to tour different parts of the city that took 35 years to create! Giant River Turtle Scientists put a crittercam on a Giant River Turtle mother in Brazil. Dive underwater with her as she interacts with her hatchling babies in this short video from National Geographic. astronauts in space Ever wonder how astronauts sleep in space? Visit the sleeping quarters of a space shuttle. Droplets Examine food coloring droplets more closely with scientists to learn why food coloring droplets look like they're dancing as they chase and connect with like-colored droplets. View over 1,000 amazing kid-friendly posts on Today Box.


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