For their latest “Kids React” video, The Fine Brothers asked their perceptive and brutally honest committee of kids to have a listen to the disco sounds of the late 1970s. At least some of the kids embraced the joy and universal dance groove of the era.
Kids get bored so easily. Here’s a fun activity to keep them occupied. While we prefer the demonic red piping on the baseball shirts, they’re also available in a wide variety of colors over at Steven Rhodes’ Teepublic shop for 6 bucks less. The notebook is great too.
Babies outgrow their clothes very quickly in their first couple of years. Petit Pli clothes are designed to last throughout that time. Their pleated design lets them stretch to fit children from 4 months to 3 years old. They’re also waterproof and machine washable.
Cut introduced children to a grown woman who was born with osteogenesis imperfecta, a condition which has limited her height to just 3 feet. Their inquisitiveness and concern should be a model for other youngsters, who all too often make fun of people for their differences.
Michel Gondry is known for his playful use of in-camera effects in films like Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and videos like Let Forever Be. His short film about a lost tricycle features the same sensibility, while doubling as a promo for the iPhone 7 Plus’ moviemaking capabilities.
A while back we spotted some custom Cozy Coupes that Ian Pfaff modded into Mad Max-style rides for his little ones. Now, he’s released an amazing parody trailer starring the cars and his kids, Junior and Benji, with the help of filmmakers Aaron Ulrich and Markus Rutledge.
14 students from Japan’s Fuji Municipal Harada elementary school worked together to set a new record for the most skips by a team over a single jump rope in 60 seconds, getting their feet over the spinning rope 225 times without a miss – or about one jump every 1/4 second.
“Here’s what we’re gonna do… so that the operation isn’t gross.” A group of kids literally play doctor in Dean Fleischer-Camp and Jenny Slate’s charming short film, which wonderfully presents the sorts of things kids would actually say. We wonder how much of it was improvised.
Interactive design firm Eness developed these modular LUMES light-emitting wall panels. They can be veneered with various materials including fabric, acrylic, and even blended into wood walls. This particular piece is installed at Cabrini Hospital in Malvern, Australia.
“It’s bad and good at the same time.” While we’re good with yams and cranberries, some of the turkey day side dishes of the past seem a little bizarre, like oyster shooters and pickled walnuts. Bon Appétit asked kids to try some sides from the past 100 years.
The perfect gift for Star Wars fans of all ages, this new collection includes the charming Vader as good dad books, Goodnight Darth Vader and Darth Vader and Friends, along with two frameable art prints, all wonderfully illustrated by author Jeffrey Brown.
A kick-ass promotional spot for a kick-ass organization, this spot for the SickKids Foundation at Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children features kids and hospital staff doing battle against whatever comes their way, unwilling to give in to disease, illness, or injury.
Qixels are tiny plastic blocks which fuse together permanently when you wet their sides. The new Qixels 3D kit now lets you create 3D voxel models one layer at a time, giving you a sort of Minecraft IRL 3D printer. Includes 600 blocks. 1200 additional blocks go for $18.