New This Week: KIDSWORLD SPORTS
Meet the kids who could become tomorrow's sports heroes on KidsWorld Sports! Meet a shark diver, a synchronized swimmer, and a spelunker (just to name a few) and get ready to be wowed by their dedication to their sports!
New This Week: DANNY WEINKAUF VIDEOS
They Might Be Giants bassist and Grammy winning songwriter Danny Weinkauf has songs that get everyone up dancing. He sings about the merits of ice cream, staying home from school, and marsupials. Check them out on batteryPOP, later this week!
Popping This Week: GUSTAFER YELLOWGOLD
He came from the sun, but he's living in Minnesota with his pet eel and a robot made of cake. Rock out with these out-of-this-world songs, but keep one eye open, because you just might be hit with a pancake in the process. Sing along with Gustafer HERE!
Short of the Week: TASTE
They say you are what you eat, but this surreal suppertime takes it to a whole new level in this beautifully animated short film. You can watch the short HERE. Bon appetite!
User of the Week: SILLYBALLERINA
SillyBallerina LOVES music! Whether it's the tunes of favorite Al Calderon or up-and-comers like Maddy Newton or Jacob Whitesides, SillyBallerina's got the beats pumping. Follow her HERE to see what music she'll pop next!
This Week's Trivia:
What did Mr. Rogers do before he became everyone's favorite TV neighbor?
Last Week's Trivia:
Question: Maurice Sendak's "Where the Wild Things Are" wasn't always supposed to be about things with yellow eyes and terrible claws. What was the original title of the book?
Answer: "Where the Wild Horses Are." But when Sendak went home to illustrate the book after pitching it, he realized he couldn't draw horses. When the publisher asked what he could draw, he said, "Things."