New This Week: GRAVY INSANE
A family of bats have found the greatest gravy recipe in the world, and EVERYONE loves it! Drink it, take a bath in it, or make a gravy angel in it on your floor! The newest song from Gustafer Yellowgold will have you going gravy insane! Get a taste HERE!
Short of the Week: ROMEO AND JULIET
The real tragedy of Romeo and Juliet is that it didn't originally include a hip-hop spurting bard and puppets. Thankfully, we've fixed that, and it's now HERE on batteryPOP!
Popping This Week: ASAP SCIENCE
Can plants think? Will we ever be able to record our dreams? And which came first, the chicken or the egg? Find out the answer to these and other must-know science questions HERE on ASAP Science!
Kids' News: SATURDAY WILL BE AS EASY AS PI!
Pi is a mathematical number that describes the relationship between how thick a circle is and the distance around the outside of the shape. The number never ends, but we do know the first 10 TRILLIAN digits! Pi starts out as 3.14159265 and we celebrate Pi Day on March 14 (3/14). This year, we can celebrate a SPECIAL Pi Day, because it will be 3/14/15 (the first 5 digits of pi). So bake a pie, serve a slice to your friends, and on 3/14/15 at 9:26, take a bite of your favorite round treat!
This Week's Trivia: What children's book author and illustrator, famous for books about mischievous animals, was a prize-winning sheep breeder?
Last Week's Trivia: What author was punished as a boy for putting a mouse in a jar of gobstoppers at a local candy shop?
Answer: Writer of fantastical stories about boys turning into mice and gobstoppers that last forever, Roald Dahl.