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Science

Science is how we learn about the world around us. Scientific discovery is based on curiosity, which young children have so much of! Their desire to explore and their constant questions about the world make them natural scientists.

Plays: 400

Going to Outer Space

Elmo, Abby, and Rosita pretend to be astronauts going to outer space.
1:4 Runtime
Plays: 159

Grover and Butterfly

Grover watches a butterfly in the forest.
1:48 Runtime
Plays: 178

Grover Weather Monster

Grover gives us the weather forecast.
2:37 Runtime
Plays: 185

Snow Monster Maker

Transform rain to snow and make a snow monster!
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Do a melting experiment at home. Put an ice cube in a sunny spot and another one in a shady spot. Ask your child which ice cube he thinks will melt first. Observe and see what happens!
Plays: 82

Bert and Ernie Do a Science Experiment

Ernie conducts an experiment where he observes Bert jumping and records what he sees.
2:45 Runtime
Plays: 6

Earthworm and Tree

An earthworm and a tree depend on one another.
1:4 Runtime
Plays: 38

WOTS: Engineer

Murray explores the word "engineer."
0:32 Runtime
Plays: 363

Song: Hot and Cold

A song from the episode Music Magic
2:37 Runtime
Plays: 226

Underwater Sink or Float

Get the objects that sink or float into the goal.
Plays: 185

Oscar's Trash Launch

Use force to launch trash in Oscar's can.
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Explore force! Ask your child to push or pull a wagon or stroller. Compare an empty wagon or stroller to one filled with heavy objects. Which one takes more force to push or pull?
Plays: 6

Strawberry Mouse

A mouse shows us how to grow a strawberry plant.
1:7 Runtime
Plays: 271

Grover Uses Force

Grover applies force to a rope.
1:30 Runtime

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