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Hello Kids, do you know how does the cow look like and what sound he makes?
This is a cool kids video for learning farm and domestic animals names and sounds for kids and toodlers.
It is certain that you have lamp in your room, but I am sure you would clean up some extra space for clouds!
Milk is very healthy all kids should drink their recommended daily amount of milk for their healthy growth and development.
Watch this little video about drinking milk and get in mood to drink a cup of milk with your favorite Quick Milk magic sipper.
This video shows you how to create a secret LCD monitor. It’s not neccessarily something you should try at home, but it’s definitely fun to watch. If I had one I’d feel like I’m an agent from a spy movie, wow!
we are showin here 10 easy do it yourself gift ideas that you can easily make by yourself and surprise someone from your family or friends.
Christmas is almost here but you still have time to make one of these! Let's get started!
Good Luck! And Merry Christmas!
This sweet dog is surely one of the best drivers we’ve ever seen.
This little chap in the video is called Baby and he’s a pet rat visibly living his best life! As you can see he just got offered a huge pile of cooked spaghetti and he seems quite content, just chilling in his owner’s lap, stuffing his little face with pasta.
Did you ever wondered how tornadoes form and from where do they coming from? This is a great educational video for you to learn and get to know more about tornadoes.
Interesting video for kids to learn more about this unique natural phenomenon.
Each year in Alaska’s McNeil River State Game Sanctuary between June and August many brown bears appear to fish for salmon. People find this fascinating so some are granted access to the park to observe the wild animals.
1. The height of the Eiffel tower varies by as much as 6 inches depending on the temperature.