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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: 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: 113

Sink or Float

See if it sinks or floats with Cookie Monster!
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Do your own sink or float investigation at bath time with bottles of shampoo, toys, and soap. Make a hypothesis about whether you think each item will sink or float, then try it out!
Plays: 76

Super Grover: Magnet

Super Grover uses a magnet to attract metal.
0:35 Runtime
Plays: 667

Song: I'm a Lever Lover

Sutton Foster sings about being a lever lover!
3:4 Runtime
Plays: 3914

All Around the Ocean

Elmo fish and Abby fish sing about life in the Sesame Ocean!
1:22 Runtime
1:49 Runtime
Plays: 390

Song: Hush Little Baby

Leela sings her niece to sleep.
1:17 Runtime
Plays: 5

Astronaut Visits a School

An astronaut visits the school he attended.
2:26 Runtime
Plays: 1030

Outdoors with Jason Mraz

Jason Mraz sings about being outdoors.
2:53 Runtime
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Outdoors is a great place to look for colors and shapes! Go outside with your child and talk about some of the shapes and colors that you find.
Plays: 78

Twiddlebug Toss

Experiment launching heavy and light objects.
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Experiment at home! Ask a question such as, ?Which of these balls will bounce the highest?? and help your child make a hypothesis. Test them out and then compare the results with your child?s guess.
Plays: 376

Super Missions

Take a super mission with Super Grover 2.0.
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Use your powers of observation just like Super Grover! Play I Spy with your child using your senses to describe and find objects! Say, I spy something that smells sweet or feels bumpy.
Plays: 183

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?

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