x https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EHBZBBjEKT0 My boys just love dinosaurs! We have books upon books about them! They’ll love to watch this video when they get home from school today. Can you believe Stegosauruses have been found in Colorado? You can find the Lunchbox Love® note about the Stegosaurus in Volume 78
x https://youtu.be/cjC94EhAs00 This will make your Friday! Are these guys cute or what? And did you know their little hop in the air is called popcorning!!! Makes me giggle!!! This fact is from Lunchbox Love® Volume 81 🙂
x https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hEZ7rHRifVc Does anyone else think technology is amazing?!?! To think that these little robots could possibly help with pollination someday? Cool! Check out this DID YOU KNOW? and many others in Lunchbox Love ® Volume 82!
x https://youtu.be/saKxskU88vQ You probably won’t be seeing a pumpkin this big at your local fair! Or maybe the next world record will be! You never know! This Did You Know fact came from our Halloween Volume 1!
x https://youtu.be/9MXaBDP6i-4 Halloween is right around the corner! I thought it would be fun to learn a little bit about BATS! This Fun Fact is from Volume 82
x https://youtu.be/cOiLvCPERzk Talk about a food fight!!?! Can you believe this festival attracts 45,000 people!!! I think I will stick to watching it on YouTube!
x https://youtu.be/jCWop491Q9Y Anything animal related catches my kids’ attention! Can you imagine seeing a giant squid like this?!? I think visiting an aquarium this Fall is now on our list of things to do!
x https://youtu.be/lhooVh-MdMA Who knew? Mickey and Minnie were married in real life! Watch this short video to meet the voices behind Mickey and Minnie. Cool!
Always a fun way to settle who gets the last chocolate, who can go first at a game, who gets to choose the movie! And check out the talent of some students’ animated film called BROKEN: Rock, Paper, Scissors. There is a professional Rock Paper Scissors league. From Lunchbox Love for Kids Volume 93
x https://youtu.be/t0iClXYc004 I’m always excited to see hummingbirds in my yard. The video shows them in slow motion and the absolute detail of their feathers. To think they travel back and forth from North America to Mexico in the off season is pretty amazing! Strong, little birds!