We Asked Kids To Describe Their Dream Houses And Made Them In 3D Then Evaluated Their Worth (16 Pics)

When you were younger, what did your dream home look like? We asked kids between the ages of 4 and 10 to draw us their ideal home, and then we brought those magnificent homes to life through the magic of digital rendering! Each home was then valued by a professional estate agent – and it turns out kids have some pretty pricey imaginations! Check out the super creative drawings and their evaluations: Alya and Zack’s Unicorn Mansion: £5.5 Million Isabella’s Crystal Palace: £4.5 Million Charlie’s Wrestling Ring House: £2.1 Million Berrin’s Underwater Jellyfish Paradise: £35 Million Original Article : HERE ; The Ultimate Survival Food: The Lost Ways

These 3rd Graders Have Some Questions For God And Its Hilarious

Children have an extraordinary curiosity when it comes to understanding the world around them. Just pair that curiosity with their naturally occurring bluntness and innocence, and you’ll realize how hilarious children actually are. While their observations and questions do make their parents want to disappear into thin air if the kids share them in public, it’s best not to stop them from being curious, at least for entertainment value. And while children can have funny questions about just anything, religion is no exception, especially for those raised in Christian families. So when one teacher asked her 3rd-grade students to write letters to God, they posed him with some very interesting questions. While probably unintended to be funny, the kids provided …