This Week on batteryPOP-September 15, 2014

Monday, September 15 2014 @ 06:49 PM

This Week on batteryPOP-September 15, 2014

New This Week: THE BAZILLIONS

The Bazillions sing dangerously catchy songs about macaroni and cheese, super sonic rocket bikes, and triangular triangles! Fasten your seat belts, because these rocking songs are sure to take you on a wild ride!

(Coming this week!)

 

Popping This Week: PENCILMATION

Watch the first Olympics! Study a real caveman! Steal Abraham's Lincoln Hat! Anything is possible when doodles come to life! This isn't just animation... it's pencilmation! Check it out HERE!

 

Short of the Week: THE DUTCHMAN AND THE SNAKE

In this animated African folk tale, a Dutchman is rewarded for helping set a snake free by threats of being eaten. Can the man outsmart the snake and survive without becoming the animal's lunch? Find out HERE!

 

User of the Week: ORANGEBOY

OrangeBoy loves animation! He goofs around with Guabaman (the whackiest Spiderman parody you'll ever see), kvetches with the host of Toons These Days, and laughs along to the fANTastic ANTics of Ants! Follow OrangeBoy here to find out what he'll pop next!

 

Kids' News of the Week: FIRST ANNUAL WORLD NOMAD GAMES

This week, more than 400 athletes gathered in Kyrgyzstan to compete in the first ever World Nomad Games. Events include wrestling a horse and giant mancala played on a field with goat droppings instead of beads! 

 

This Week's Trivia: Who is the American equivalent of Moishe Oofnik, a Muppet on the Israeli version of Sesame Street?

Last Week's Trivia: What was the first toy to be advertised on TV?

Answer: Mr. Potato Head!

 

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