By B.L. Ochman
This soon-to-be-famous 11 year-old WhizKid creates videos. His name is Aiden. He lives in Canada. He adds new videos to his three YouTube channels every Saturday. This kid rocks!
His top video, “How to make Slime” has had 2.4 million+ views.
His WizKid Science channel is part of the JuniorTube Originals, where he’s joined by “top independent creators of kids’ videos, famous on YouTube, Vimeo, Vine and Facebook.”
His Fame is Spreading
This month, JuniorTube (not affiliated with YouTube) partnered with an inaugural group of creators of videos made for kids two to 12 years-old. Aiden is one of a select bunch featured in the launch JuniorTube Originals, an ad-free, subscription-based service for families, featuring videos by and for kids ages two to 12.
Here’s what Aiden says about himself on his WhizKids Science Channel:
“I started making videos when I was 8 and am now 11 years old. I love making videos because they are fun and I’m saving money for college. I have a younger brother and a new baby sister! She hasn’t been in a video yet but maybe one day she’ll be doing experiments with us too.”
His other WhizKid Science videos include:
- How to make chocolate slime
- 5 amazing egg experiments
- How to make a biomechanical hand (Which appears to be sponsored)
- And here’s the video where he and his little brother reveal their names
He also has WizKid Math “for math hacks and all things math” and WizKid Play “for challenges, taste tests, games, and toys!”
He’s on Twitter and Instagram too
And he’s also got a CafePress swag page where you can buy WhizKid Science t-shirts, book bags, iPad cases and lunch bags.
So, hey, what were you doing when you were 11 years old?