This Week on batteryPOP-June 9, 2014

Monday, June 09 2014 @ 10:56 AM

This Week on batteryPOP-June 9, 2014

New This Week: New Episodes of THIS IS DANIEL COOK

 

Follow Daniel Cook’s adventures as he explores the world and gets to try all the cool things we all dream of doing one day. Draw dragons, learn Tae Kwon Do, and feed giraffes, this week with Daniel Cook, HERE on batteryPOP!

 

 

 

New Short: THE MOLE AT THE SEA

 

A mole from the side of the highway decides to find out more about this sea that everyone seems to be in such a hurry to visit.

 

 

Popping This Week: UNCLE INTERLOPER

 

Uncle Interloper hosts a zany Saturday morning series filled with adventures, space travel, tons of friends, and lots of cartoons! Fill up a bowl of cereal, plant yourself on the couch, and get ready for a web series filled with classic comedy! Check it out HERE today! 

 

 

Short of the Week: SUPERSONIC

 

Bitten by a radioactive earwig as a young boy, Sam Jones has become Supersonic, a hero whose incredibly large left ear enables him to hear any and all cries for help. But will his duty to fighting evil get in the way of his deadline at the paper he works for? Find out HERE, on Supersonic!

 

 

User of the Week: ROCKINPUPPY

 

RockinPuppy is an 11-year-old who loves Rainbow Loom and Recess Stories. Get out your colorful rubberbands, hop into the kangaroo club, and follow RockinPuppy HERE!

  

 

KIDS’ NEWS:

The first three-dimensional Pterosaur (the biggest flying dinosaur) eggs were discovered in China. Scientists are ecstatic  about the discovery because these are the first non-flattened eggs they have uncovered, and the eggs belong to a brand new genus and species, which has been named Hamipterus tianshanesis

 

THIS WEEK’S TRIVIA:

U.S. Presidents do a lot! But which U.S. president is also credited with inventing or improving upon the pasta maker, dumbwaiter, and swivel chair?

 

LAST WEEK’S TRIVIA:

Question: Which Caldecott winning books have been made into movies?

 

Answer: Jumanji, Polar Express, and Where the Wild Things Are have all been made into movies. Which was your favorite?  

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