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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: 210

Dig for Dinosaurs

Dig for dinosaur fossils with Grover!
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Create your own archeological dig! Carefully dig for rocks in the park or in your backyard. Then dust them off and observe them. How are they similar? How are they different?
Plays: 991

Elmo in the Sky

Elmo imagines himself in the sky.
1:57 Runtime
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With your child, look up at the sky during the day and draw a picture of what you see. Look up at the sky again at night and draw another picture. How is the sky different during the day and at night?
Plays: 70

Baseball Fan

Ernie wants to play catch.
2:5 Runtime
Plays: 116

Find That Habitat: Penguin

Find out what this penguin's habitat is.
4:41 Runtime
Plays: 624

Ready, Set, Grow!

Help Abby and Elmo plant a new garden and learn what plants need to grow.
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Create your own garden at home! Put soil into the cups of an empty egg carton. Plant one seed in each cup, place the carton near a window, and spray it with water every day. Watch your seeds sprout!
Plays: 162

Grover and Butterfly

Grover watches a butterfly in the forest.
1:48 Runtime
Plays: 10

Papermaking Song

A country song about making your own paper.
1:53 Runtime
Plays: 11

Construction Kids: Cars

Kids design and build cars out of wood.
1:22 Runtime
Plays: 42

WOTS: Experiment

Murray introduces the word "experiment."
0:32 Runtime
1:49 Runtime
Plays: 201

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: 125

The Planet of Huff & Puff

Trash Gordon battles the breeze
1:55 Runtime

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