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Nerdy Nummies on YouTube by Rosanna Pansino
Why it’s cool
I love to watch Nerdy Nummies videos on YouTube because Rosanna Pansino (Ro) makes amazing cupcakes.
When the movie Despicable Me 2 came out, lots of people made comments on her YouTube channel to make Minion cupcakes. Minions are little yellow helpers that do whatever their master tells them to do. It was cool because Ro used Twinkies to make the Minions and I love Twinkies! I hope I can make the Minion cupcakes at home.
Is it entertaining, educational or a little of both?
Nerdy Nummies is very entertaining because Ro makes baking really fun. In her videos, she makes a lot of funny noises and sounds. Also, she uses characters from other shows, like Rarity from My Little Pony and Ralph from Wreck it Ralph. Ro also changes things up by inviting guests to help her bake.
You should check out her YouTube channel and see for yourself.
Role Model: Grade 3 Teacher, Ms. Timmings
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