Our first video of the day is a video about a domino reaction. The artist spent 25 hours over 8 days working on it!
From List25, here are 25 maps that show you interesting facts about the world.
Our next video tell you about the history of bananas!
Our last video is a TedEd about what every kid wants- who to get people to do what you want!
Our first video today is a MinuteEarth video about a very popular island, that doesn't really exist!
Have you ever wondered what the most difficult words to translate is? It's actually pretty surprising!
Rhiannon Giddens is a trained opera singer from Greensboro, North Carolina, who is now a very famous bluegrass singer. This is a video from 2008 where her band performed "Cornbread and Butterbeans".
Our last video of the day is another TedEd, about repetition in music. Enjoy!
Welcome back from the summer! Our first video of the day is a video the has been shown before, but it's so cool that we just wanted to show it again! Elaine recommends that anyone who's able to should go to Yellowstone in their life goes!
Here's a video from the ever popular channel, MinuteEarth!
You might have seen Gabe or Katie with one of these; Hexaflexagons! Be amazed!
Thank you Duncan, 5th grade, for this video!
Thank you Chloe, 7th grade, for this video!
Today we have all user submitted videos, so thank you!
The first one today is submitted from Rachel, (The adult, not the 5th grader), and it's for all of the Library Geeks out there. (Yes, I had to capitalize Library and Geeks. Deal with it.)
Our second video is from Alyssa, a 7th grader. Thanks! One debate that exists is whether a wandering mind is a good, or a bad thing. What do you think?
And our last video of the day, (We ran out of time!) comes from Jordan, also a 7th grader. It's about the life of a random citizen in Ancient Rome from TedEd, and so without further ado, here it is!
I know that I haven't updated the blog for a couple of weeks, but if you want to see which videos you missed, talk to Elaine, and she'll help you out!
Our first video of the day comes from Grace, 5th grade, (Thank you Grace). It's a Ted-Ed about the evil past of a machine that many people use daily- The treadmill.
It's that time again where politicians try to get as many American citizens as possible to vote for them, often using mind games. DNews explains how.
And our last video, (It has to come at some point!), comes from National Geographic, How Animals and People See the World Differently.
You might have seen this already, but if you haven't here is this "Minute" video of the week, MinutePhysics presents... Upside Down Mountains in Real Life? Not exactly.
This video from Vi Heart goes with the next video, and with some of the parts it's even cooler if you wear headphones, because she makes different sounds in either ears!
And our last video of the day explains the "Sound Braid" seen in the previous video. Again, it's cooler if you wear headphones.
Today our first video was a MinuteEarth video which explains why there are clouds.
From National Geographic's Today I Learned series, Why Dinosaurs may have danced like birds.
For those of you that have wondered about this since you first learned of it, Which came first? The chicken or the egg?
And our last video of the day, back to the dinosaurs theme, how do we know what color dinosaurs were?