Videos from DIY
How To Build a Sandwich
R.E. and Joram have some fun and show you how they make sandwiches with non-traditional ingredients.
DIY kids create a stop motion about a glass bottle's journey between a sand creature and a snow creature.
Going Outside: Tic-Tac-Toe
Charlie and his friends try their version of lawn mowing grass art by playing tic-tac-toe.
One Note at a Time
Simon Panrucker creates a song by playing and singing one note at a time.
Going Outside: The Physics Of A Curveball
Charlie and his friends explain how physics plays an important role when pitching a curveball.
Squirrels Are Awesome
Charlie and Jamie interact with squirrels in their community, and share facts about the common species.
Children are often told to spend less time using their electronics and more time using their imagination, but what if they can do both?
DIY is a safe, online community that allows kids (ages 7+) to learn new skills, explore their interests and share their work with other creative young people. With tutorials about a variety of topics, there’s bound to be something that will capture your child’s interest.
From coding and mechanical engineering to baking and gardening, kids can choose from over 100 skills to learn. Each skill comes with a series of challenges and once they post visual proof of completing each one within the skill module, they get a badge! It’s the Girl and Boy Scouts of the internet age.