Anyone who has ever played the "claw" game at an arcade knows just how difficult it is to get those pesky metal "fingers" to actually grasp a furry toy. While her parents were out of sight, a three–year–old lil girl outsmarted the game as she crawled into the machine and pawed all of the playful options. If seeing is believing, watch the clip above to see how she got out of the glass case.
If only children wore the suits in Washington. Second grader, Justice LeVecke, won a "Letter to the President" contest sponsored by musician and activist, Michael Franti. The precocious girl recently read her letter, which called for an end to war, at his concert.
If picking up pennies gives you good luck, this child is set for life. Ten–year–old Andrew Niemi of Carleton, MI, collected one million copper coins.
Starting on Dec. 26, 2006, kidmazing Andrew, along with some fundraising helpers, started amassing the one cent pieces. In March, the youngster reached his goal when he hit seven figures. To see how he generously applied his copper mine, read more
Lauren Durnbaugh was home sick from school when two burglars broke into her home. The quick thinking thirteen year old curled up in the fetal position and hid under her bed covers where she texted her mom to tell her what was happening. And, thanks to technology she was unharmed.
Mamas can never be too careful with wee ones around windows!
A woman in Albany, NY, is thanking her lucky stars that a postal worker was passing by when her 1-year-old crawled out the home's second story window. To see what happened, read more
Izzy Skenazy begged his mama to let him roam the streets of New York City by himself, but she denied him the privilege repeatedly.
Then, one day she broke and she turned him loose on the subways.
To find out what happened, read more
A good portion of parents believe their babes are gifted, but this unbelievable lil lady has a talent that is hard to dispute, she can already read!
Check out this clip and decide if this kiddie is truly kidmazing for yourself!
A sleeping Illinois family woke to a fire engulfing their two-story home. While flames prevented the parents from being able to reach their three children upstairs, the siblings took it upon themselves to save one another.
Twelve-year-old Derrionna Adam kicked out a window and helped her younger brother, 9, and sister, 8, onto the first-floor roof. A CNN story said:
Once outside, the 9-year-old boy, Dedeonta Neal, noticed his younger sisters were missing, not knowing they were safe with his mother. The boy went back inside the burning building to find them, suffering burns on his arms before exiting.
To see what happened in the fire, read more