This Vicksburg, Michigan woman is receiving millions of video views on TikTok for her crafts, hacks and science videos for kids.

Lisa, the creator behind the @KidsCraftBarn profile on TikTok tells us that she's been a stay at home mom for the last 5 years,

I decided to start doing these videos because I was already doing these things with my kids… why not share it with other people?! If I can help a few people out, that would be awesome. I was/am very surprised that anyone actually wanted to watch them.

I found multiple videos with millions of views just paging through @KidsCraftBarn on TikTok.  At a glance I would estimate over 30 million total video views on the account.  That number is bonkers.  Especially when you consider that this TikTok creator is from the tiny town of Vicksburg.  The @kidscraftbarn currently has 132.2 thousand followers and 1.8 million total video likes.  Let's take a quick look at some of KidsCraftBarn's most viewed TikToks.

The video below has been viewed over 6.6 million times.  It's a short video demonstrating a fun activity for younger kids with popsicle sticks, paint and little human feet.

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This learning activity for toddlers, using the music of ABBA, has been viewed 4.3 million times.  This video helps with number recognition.

This no glue slime tutorial has been viewed a whopping 4.3 million times.

I cannot wrap my brain around how this science experiment works.  This is easy, fun and you likely already have everything you need to pull this off in your house.  This TikTok has 2.1 million views so far.

This mess free popsicle hack is pretty dang simple and has been viewed 4 million times.


Click here to check out more videos from Kidscraftbarn.

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