New This Week: OUR WEBSITE!
We’ve made some fresh changes to the website to make batteryPOP easier to navigate! Whether you’re looking for a specific show or discovering new content on one of our channels, we want you to have an easy time using the website so you can spend your energy enjoying all the shows we have. So sit back, scroll around, and explore the best of kid-friendly comedy, cartoons, shorts, and more!
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Popping This Week: GUSTAFER YELLOWGOLD
He came from outer space. He lives in Minnesota. And in these animated videos, he totally rocks out! These music videos are perfect for kids who love their rock & roll on the spacey side. Dance along to them HERE!
Short of the Week: INVASION OF THE SPACE LOBSTERS
Giant Space Lobsters have shown up on Earth, and no one can figure out why they came. Will they get revenge on humans for eating at Red Lobster too frequently, or are they just here to visit? Find out HERE in this animated short!
User of the Week: CRAZYCUB
CrazyCub loves animation! Whether she’s cheering for Molly Pop, discovering the Loch Ness Monster with Professor Ambrosius, or rapping along to Romeo and Juliet, this 11-year-old knows what’s popping!
Follow her HERE!
This past Thursday was the 87th Annual Scripps National Spelling Bee, and for the first time since 1962, there were two winners: Sriram Hathwar, a 14-year-old from New York, and Ansun Sujoe, a 13-year-old from Texas. Sriram’s winning word was stichomythia (which means a dramatic dispute between two actors) and Ansun’s winning word was feuilleton (a special supplement of a European newspaper).
THIS WEEK’S TRIVIA:
The Caldecott Medal honors the year’s “most distinguished American picture book for children.” Three books that have been awarded the Caldecott Medal have been made into movies. Can you name one of them?
LAST WEEK’S TRIVIA:
Question: Which two cartoon characters spend every night trying to take over the world?
Answer: Pinky and The Brain, from Animaniacs.