(つ◔౪◔)つ━☆゚.*・。゚ The 2021 TKSST Gift Guide ✩°。⋆・゚  
The Kid Should See This

0 to 100 years in Brazil

Watch more with these video collections:

Count from zero to 100 in Portuguese with one hundred residents of Sao Paulo, Brazil. In this video posted in March 2020, ImagineVideoclips video asks “How old are you?” and arranges the responses in ascending order to reflect “the lifespan of a human being through the eyes of 100 people saying their respective ages.”

3 years old
33 years old
91 years old
If you don’t know the language, listen for the patterns. Then watch and listen in Dutch: The first ‘0-100 years’ film was released in 2012 by Jeroen Wolf, kicking off his Imagine Videoclips series of age-based collection films.

Watch this next: People In Order (2006).

Also: Carl Sagan’s Cosmic Calendar and the Schiphol Clock installation by Maarten Baas.

This Webby award-winning video collection exists to help teachers, librarians, and families spark kid wonder and curiosity. TKSST features smarter, more meaningful content than what's usually served up by YouTube's algorithms, and amplifies the creators who make that content.

Curated, kid-friendly, independently-published. Support this mission by becoming a sustaining member today.

🌈 Watch these videos next...

Painting and erasing a clock in real-time

Rion Nakaya

One Minute Vacation – One second per day for 2 months

Rion Nakaya

Natural History Museum, a future imagined by Kirsten Lepore

Rion Nakaya

Entropy and the Arrow of Time

Rion Nakaya

A Briefer History of Time: How tech changes us in unexpected ways

Rion Nakaya

GRADATIONs, Daihei Shibata’s study of transitions

Rion Nakaya

Carl Sagan’s Cosmic Calendar

Rion Nakaya

Tony Hawk goes for the 900 at 48 years old (Bleep included.)

Rion Nakaya

Al Jarnow’s Cosmic Clock (1979)

Rion Nakaya