Cutting things open for an elementary school science project: turns out that's one way to get famous!
When 10-year-old Lincoln Markham and his father, Daniel, made a series of YouTube videos exploring what's inside sports balls, they were simply trying to supplement Lincoln's elementary school science project. However, what started with five videos in January 2014 has grown into a YouTube channel with over 1.5 million subscribers.
But it really began with a father’s desire to help his son learn and grow.
Before serving a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Daniel Markham, a Kaysville resident, said he was “the shyest person in the world.”
Check out their most popular video below: