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The Kid Should See This Smart videos for curious minds of all ages: Science, art, nature, animals, space, technology, DIY, food, music, animation, and more

  • The Short Story of a Fox and a Mouse
    by Rion Nakaya on May 17, 2019 at 3:58 pm

    A lonesome fox hunts a small mouse in the snow, as foxes do, until two owls get involved and change the dynamic of this Short Story of a Fox and a Mouse. Presented by CGMeetup, this 2017 CGI animation was created by École Supérieure des Métiers Artistiques (ESMA) student directors… The post The Short Story of a Fox and a Mouse appeared first on The Kid Should See This. […]

  • Cookie Monster Practices Self-Regulation
    by Rion Nakaya on May 17, 2019 at 3:25 pm

    Sometimes it’s hard to stay calm and resist impulses, like not eating giant, fresh, warm cookies on a plate. They’re just waiting to be eaten. Looking melty. Smelling delicious. How can we wait? And how can kids (and adults) learn and practice self-regulation? NPR Life Kit: Parenting offers some helpful… The post Cookie Monster Practices Self-Regulation appeared first on The Kid Should See This. […]

  • Mary Anning, the greatest fossilist the world ever knew
    by Rion Nakaya on May 16, 2019 at 4:27 pm

    Around 1811, 12-year-old Mary Anning and her brother Joseph discovered what she would later find to be a remarkably complete Jurassic-era fossil of an Ichthyosaurus, a prehistoric marine reptile. It was the first of many scientific discoveries she made near the fossil-rich cliffs of Lyme Regis, including a plesiosaur and… The post Mary Anning, the greatest fossilist the world ever knew appeared first on The Kid Should See This. […]

  • Burrowing owls of Columbia’s open plains
    by Rion Nakaya on May 16, 2019 at 3:54 am

    Digging holes in grasslands, deserts, and open plains, or adopting another animal’s abandoned subterranean shelter, the burrowing owl is the only owl species that lives underground. This clip from The Smithsonian Channel‘s Into the Wild Columbia shows one owl protecting above ground while another one keeps eggs warm below. From… The post Burrowing owls of Columbia’s open plains appeared first on The Kid Should See This. […]

  • DIY Clay: How to filter clay from soil
    by Rion Nakaya on May 15, 2019 at 11:41 pm

    How can you make your own DIY clay instead of buying it from the art store? Try this filtering method, as demonstrated by Wilderness Works. In this video, they filter local stream soil over and over again. After drying it for over a week, the resulting DIY clay settles into… The post DIY Clay: How to filter clay from soil appeared first on The Kid Should See This. […]

  • Community-built miniature cardboard cities
    by Rion Nakaya on May 15, 2019 at 11:35 pm

    In this 2018 video from Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, artists Alfredo and Isabel Aquilizan present Pillars to Posts: Project Another Country, an assemblage of stacked cardboard ‘dream homes’ created with recycled boxes, skewers, tape and glue. The community-made installation evokes themes of migration, adaptation, belonging, memory, and identity…. The post Community-built miniature cardboard cities appeared first on The Kid Should See This. […]

  • The Golden Rain Experiment: Turning lead into ‘gold’ lead
    by Rion Nakaya on May 14, 2019 at 6:38 pm

    Is it possible to transmute lead into gold? Scientific American explains that “it is indeed possible—all you need is a particle accelerator, a vast supply of energy and an extremely low expectation of how much gold you will end up with.” For scientists and teachers who don’t have all that,… The post The Golden Rain Experiment: Turning lead into ‘gold’ lead appeared first on The Kid Should See This. […]

  • Koalas 101 and koala conservation efforts
    by Rion Nakaya on May 14, 2019 at 5:05 pm

    Things we did not know about koalas include their six opposable “thumbs” and their downward-facing pouches. What else is unique about these eucalyptus-eating marsupial herbivores? This Koalas 101 from NatGeo Wild provides an excellent introduction to their anatomy, diet, sleep patterns, anthropogenic threats, and more. A May 2019 announcement from… The post Koalas 101 and koala conservation efforts appeared first on The Kid Should See This. […]

  • Paper flower artist Arnold Drake World
    by Rion Nakaya on May 13, 2019 at 6:18 pm

    For 11 years, paper flower artist Arnold Drake World has been making paper morning glories, calla lilies, roses, and other flowers from premium quality paper napkins, specifically Tork-brand Premium MB570. He works in the coffee shop at Portland’s Powell’s Books where he can meet with potential customers and admirers. Documentary… The post Paper flower artist Arnold Drake World appeared first on The Kid Should See This. […]

  • How Were the Pyramids Built?
    by Rion Nakaya on May 13, 2019 at 5:04 pm

    Collectively known as the Giza Necropolis, The Great Pyramid of Giza, the Pyramid of Khafre, and the Pyramid of Menkaure are world wonders that rest with the Great Sphinx of Giza at the edge of Cairo, Egypt. How were the pyramids’ limestone rocks cut and shaped with copper tools? How… The post How Were the Pyramids Built? appeared first on The Kid Should See This. […]

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