THE BEST Kids

Mission Impossi-baby

Mission Impossi-baby

In his YouTube debut, Kiran Patel impresses with a thrilling short film involving a baby and some bars of chocolate. A nominee for best special effects and appropriate use of vertical video.

Attack of the Quack

Attack of the Quack

YouTuber LesStrapontins demonstrates Pavlovian conditioning using his own brother as a test subject. The experiment is a success, both in terms of the results and the subject’s learning curve.

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Intense Xylophone Kid

Intense Xylophone Kid

You’ll never know it from the sweet smile and disciplined stance, but this kid is about to rock the xylophone. We’re pretty sure that he’s going to be this guy a few years from now. Then this guy.

Can You Say Banana?

Can You Say Banana?

YouTuber PeregrinusHumilus asks his daughter Payton to say “banana” with an unexpectedly silly result. Considering she knows how to say “apple” this one’s a mystery to us.

Whirled Beat

Whirled Beat

This 10-year-old percussionist transforms his family’s washing machine into a complete drum kit with nothing more than his hands and an excellent sense of rhythm. (Thanks Dan!)

PS22: Sandy Hook Tribute

PS22: Sandy Hook Tribute

The children of New York’s PS22 Chorus pay tribute to the families, children and teachers affected by the tragic events that took place at Sandy Hook Elementary last week by singing their school song.

Twelve Days of Christmas

Twelve Days of Christmas

A group of kids from a daycare center perform to the tune of The Twelve Days of Christmas. Everyone’s having fun, except for poor number 7, who can’t believe how shoddy the whole thing is.

Game Over!

Game Over!

Brooklyn-based artist Henry Hargreaves has a stylish series of monochromatic photographs revealing the beauteous forms of classic childhood toys and games like Battleship and Rubik’s Cube.

How Not to Topple Dominoes

How Not to Topple Dominoes

We’ve seen our share of incredible domino setups around here, but this is definitely not one of those times, as this little girl seemingly defies the laws of physics with her perfectly-aligned row of dominoes.

3-Year-Old vs. Warhead

3-Year-Old vs. Warhead

If you’ve ever tried Warheads candy, you know how sour those bad-boys can be. Perhaps inspired by this man, a guy lets his 3-year-old try one out with amusing results. Gotta love the dance at the end.

Chalktrail

Chalktrail

Attach the Chalktrail to the rear wheel of any bike, and kids (or grown-ups) can draw fun geometric sidewalk graffiti as they ride. Each chalk stick draws a 1.5 mile line. Scooter version coming soon.

Maximus Thor

Maximus Thor

(NSFW: Language) We don’t quite know what to make of these videos featuring a little white boy philosophizing with a big black voice, but we nearly wet our pants watching them. More here.

Ace Girl Quarterback

Ace Girl Quarterback

Nine year-old Sam Gordon has become an Internet sensation after her dad posted a highlight reel of her, who plays as QB in a children’s football league. She’s a bit of a ball hog though. More on Sam here.

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Game of Thrones Sigil Book

Game of Thrones Sigil Book

Inspired by Eric Carle’s Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?, these charming picture book illustrations would be a perfect way for the kiddies of Westeros to learn the house sigils and words.

Children’s Theater Critic

Children’s Theater Critic

(NSFW: Language) Alfred Molina plays Arthur H. Cartwright, a critic of an art form that badly needs criticism: children’s theater. He’s out to give these amateuhs a piece of his brilliant mind.

K is for Knifeball

K is for Knifeball

K is for Knifeball: An Alphabet of Terrible Advice is a parody children’s book from Avery Monsen and Jory John, the demented authors who brought us All My Friends Are Dead. Video made by POYKPAC.

Caine’s Arcade: Chapter 2

Caine’s Arcade: Chapter 2

Since we first met Caine, he has become an inspiration for other kids, as well as a foundation dedicated to fostering creativity in children. All thanks to cardboard and Caine’s imagination.

Kid Loves Foo Fighters

Kid Loves Foo Fighters

We’re not only impressed with six-year-old Jaxon Smith’s self-taught drumming abilities, but his taste in music is impeccable, as he jams along with Foo Fighters’ Pretender.

Conversation w/ 12-Year-Old Self

Conversation w/ 12-Year-Old Self

We all wish we could talk to our younger selves, but Jeremiah McDonald actually had enough foresight to record a convo for the future about pets, passions and Doctor Who all the way back in 1992.

Jimmy Kimmel: Lie Detective 2

Jimmy Kimmel: Lie Detective 2

From Jimmy Kimmel’s fake detective files come a kid who has a propensity to say “Yes” to every question. Though we can see why such an adventurous young man would already love life.

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Jimmy Kimmel: Lie Detective

Jimmy Kimmel: Lie Detective

In an attempt to toy with 7 year-old Blake, Jimmy and Guillermo the Truth Fairy connect the kid to a real fake lie detector and proceed to ask some tough questions.

Beastie Kids: Sabotage

Beastie Kids: Sabotage

Listen all y’all, it’s a children’s remake of Spike Jonze’s music video of the Beastie Boys’ 1994 hit Sabotage. James Winters and his wife made the video with the help of his kids and his nephew.

Sweet Dreams

Sweet Dreams

One of the hidden trends that can be found on YouTube: kids eating while asleep. This kid’s brain wants that ice cream more than his body wants rest. A prime example of mind over matter.

Lion Wants to Eat Baby

Lion Wants to Eat Baby

It’s cute and funny to see Kya the lioness paw at baby boy Jack, but all that separates this lioness from a delectable baby treat (and tragedy) is a see-through glass barrier.

Kids Review Radiohead

Kids Review Radiohead

Noisey recently had some of their underaged music critics share their thoughts on the Radiohead classic Paranoid Android. We had to look up N-Dubz before we realized that the world is in peril.

Monstrum Playgrounds

Monstrum Playgrounds

Danish firm Monstrum has created some of the greatest playgrounds we’ve ever laid eyes on. We can’t decide if the belly of the blue whale or the giant spider web looks like more fun.

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