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The WORLD'S BIGGEST SURPRISE EGG EVER ? All we know is it's BIG,HUGE,MASSIVE,MEGA & full of FROZEN Surprise TOYS! Enjoy watching this fantastic HD video for children and sing along to the frozen movie song "Let it go" on the Frozen Karaoke Microphone!
This song is for kids who are just getting familiar with the alphabet or are currently learning English. It’s a great help for young children and an entertaining way to learn new things. If you have a younger sibling, or you’re a parent make sure you show them this video and help them study!
Try Not To Laugh Challenge!!!
Kids are really amazing and unstoppable, we still do worry for them while they are making funny things.
We love them to the moon and back!
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.
If you have some free time and extra creativity try these DIY tips in the video for your school supplies! You’ll surely stand out of the crowd with a beautifully handcrafted notebook and other uniquely designed school things! The girl in the video has really cool ideas and makes beautiful things!
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.
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.