“The Letter K Song” by ABCmouse.com

Kaylee found a talking frog, and being a kind little miss, she picked up the frog, who asked her, “Would you kindly give me a kiss?” She kissed the frog on the top of his head, then jumped back in surprise. The talking frog turned into a king, right before her eyes! The king gave Kaylee the key to his kingdom, and asked, “Will you marry me?” Kaylee married the king, and they had lots of kids, and forever lived

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Testing Hang Gliding winch installed in trailer / Испытание АТОЛЛа

1st Chief Engineer: Starter can’t rotate it… 1st Chief Engineer: There are spinnaker unlock the nose of hang glider… Stupid student “U2”: 16th April, testing winch installed in trailer… Stupid student “U2”: Test-pilot Anton Bondarenko Stupid student “K1”: Testing of Anton 1st Chief Engineer: Big angle…little bit big… 1st Chief Engineer: Let’s reduce it! 2nd Chief Engineer: Don’t forget that this bullshit is standing crooked! 2nd Chief Engineer: Trailer is tilted in a ditch… 1st Chief Engineer: Exactly! Let’s go!

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How to Make a Paper Glider

How to Make a Paper Glider. If you’re looking for hang time, this tried-and-true paper glider is just the ticket. You will need A sheet of 8 1/2″ x 11″ paper and a ruler. Step 1. Place the paper on a flat surface in front of you, as if you’re about to write a letter. Step 2. Fold the paper in half lengthwise. Make a crease, then unfold the paper and smooth it flat again. Use the edge of a

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Learn the Alphabet with Lizzy the Dog | ABC Video for Kids Part 3

Hey Brainiacs, it’s time to learn more of the alphabet with Lizzy! Today we’re going to learn about the letters J, K, L and M! Alright let’s goooo! Welcome back to Brain Candy TV Our first letter for today is the letter J and it looks like this This is a capital J This, is a lower case J The letter J sounds like “juh, juh,” like the word Jump Lizzy can jump really high Show them how high you

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Gliding – In the Zone

Gliding started as a sport in the 1920s its Olympic dream was short-lived interrupted by World War two. Gliders were turned into a weapon of war. It has still never returned to the world stage but it’s popular in Europe as a way of training pilots and as a casual sport. Hi I’m Anna and I’m here today with Wenshu we’re gonna just look through what goes into the setting up of a glider plane. So can you just talk

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Make a Balloon Rocket

It might look like we’re having a party, but we’re actually conducting an experiment! Squeaks and I are experimenting with balloons, to see what happens when we try different things with them. Like blowing them up—and then letting them go! Want to join us? Before we get started, let’s think ahead: Other than balloons, what do you think we’ll need? That’s right! Air! I used air to blow up all of these balloons around me, just like I’ll use air

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Fun With Bubbles! | Physics for Kids

Today at the Fort, we’re blowing bubbles! This is an official summer fun alert! If you’ve had a chance to blow bubbles at school, or in your backyard, then you know that it can be really fun to make them — and pop them! And they’re also a pretty cool way to learn some science! First, let’s practice blowing bubbles! To blow bubbles, you need two things: bubble liquid, which is mostly made of soap and water, and the stick

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Slime School Pranks! Adding too Much WEIRD Ingredients into DIY slime!

My slime is so nice! Way better than yours! Mine is way more satisfying and stretchy. Nah! I always make better slimes than you. Are you kidding? Your slimes suck! You know what? Let’s both make a bunch of slimes and then determine who’s slimes are the best. Yeah, but we need a third person to be the judge and determine the winner. That’s truth. Who should it be? The teacher! So ladies, are we ready? Yes! Alright, let the

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