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

by ParentCo. January 17, 2015

Today Box curates fun and educational daily facts, videos, photos, and jokes for curious kids and the grown-ups who raise them. We share five of their top posts every Saturday. It's an easy, safe way to share the best of the Internet with your kids. Space XLast week NASA launched Space X into space. The rocket arrived safely with supplies, research materials, and even replacement parts for a broken toilet aboard the International Space Station. Watch the launch at Today Box. United StatesTaking a road trip across the United States was never so easy. Enjoy the clever rhymes and music of Renald Francoeur and drawings by Craighton Berman in this music video by Marbles The Brain Store. sea otterHow do sea otters stay warm in icy waters? Learn about the fantastic fur of sea otters in this video from Deep Look. BottleTwo strangers exchange messages through a bottle across the ocean. The whole family will love this charming and quirky stop motion animation by Kirsten Lepore. Watch it here. jugglingThe four members of Carpool Lane will blow your family's minds with their next level juggling and acrobatics. See it here. View over 750 amazing kid-friendly posts on Today Box.


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