Sweet and just a little bit silly, "Skidamarink" is the perfect kids song to say, "I love you!"
Black Rhino - Amazing Animals
Black rhinos have been living on Earth for nearly 12 million years!
The Most Powerful Computers You've Never Heard Of
Analog computers were the most powerful computers for thousands of years, relegated to obscurity by the digital revolution.
Why is the Mona Lisa so famous? - Noah Charney
Discover what factors helped Leonardo da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa” become the world’s most famous painting.
What Happens To Your Body When You Stop Drinking Alcohol
Drinking alcohol is one of the most popular things to do across the globe. Some people spend their entire weekends sitting at the bar, but consuming alcohol on a daily or weekly basis can have extremely negative effects on the body.
What Holds a Country Together or Tears it Apart? Crash Course Geography #36
Today we’re going to talk about the forces that affect a country’s stability. We’ll take a closer look at Costa Rica, Venezuela, Cuba, and Brazil and examine how the cohesiveness of these Latin American countries varies dramatically even though they are in a region with similar characteristics.
New Year Song For Kids
Here's a New Year song for kids.
How Different Cultures Celebrate The New Year
Most people follow the Gregorian calendar, which has 365 days, or 12 months in the year. So January 1st ends up being the most commonly celebrated New Year. But, depending on who you speak with, the New Year reaches far beyond January 1st.
Sand Dunes Shouldn’t Exist (Here’s Why They Do)
How can sand, blown by the wind, form such intricate and beautiful patterns as ripples and dunes? The answer is a surprising secret of self-organization.
How To Draw A Poké Ball
Today, we're learning how to draw a Poké Ball folding surprise. We drew Pikachu inside, but you could draw any Pokémon you want.
Why The Shortest Day Of The Year Isn't The Coldest
The way we experience seasons don't necessarily line up with how they're technically defined - here's why.
The Benefits Of A Bilingual Brain
Mia Nacamulli details the three types of bilingual brains and shows how knowing more than one language keeps your brain healthy, complex and actively engaged.
Can you solve the human cannonball riddle? - Alex Rosenthal
They call you the human cannonball. Your act involves flying through rings of fire, bouncing through a trampoline course, and catching the trapezist in the grand finale.
African Lion - Amazing Animals
Lions are the only big cats that live in groups called prides, which consist of mostly related females, their cubs, plus one or two adult males.
Protecting Rhinos In Kaziranga National Park
From being a rhino poaching hub in the 1900s, Kaziranga National Park (KNP) in the north-east Indian state of Assam now boasts the single largest breeding population of the Indian rhinos.
The Creation Of The Universe | Universe | BBC Earth
This is the story of creation, as told by science.
Goodbye, See You Soon
Here's a lovely little goodbye song for kids from Treetop Family, "Goodbye, See You Soon."
A Simile And A Frown
A song about synonyms and antonyms.
Times When Humanity ALMOST Ended
Humans have almost faced their extinction on several occasions, and today we're going to reveal the closest calls humanity has ever had!
Christmas Traditions Around The World
Learn about Christmas traditions around the world with this Christmas 2021 song for kids.