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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.

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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: 524

Elmo and the Butterfly

Can you help Elmo find the butterfly?
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Plays: 677

Cookie's Animal Crackers

Pop the bubbles!
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Name and describe the animal you are looking for in the game. Where do you think it lives? What do you think it eats?
Plays: 39

Song: Grouchology

Grouches learn science in grouchology school.
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Plays: 513

Let's Build It

Help Prairie Dawn build a castle, playground, and bridge!
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Your child can be an engineer at home! Encourage him to plan and build a house for a stuffed animal using recycled materials, household objects, or blocks. How tall does it need to be? How wide?
Plays: 8

B is for Butterfly

B stands for beautiful butterflies flying around.
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Plays: 2580

Elmo in the Sky

Elmo imagines himself in the sky.
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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?
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Plays: 33

Postcard From Space Camp

Kids show us what space camp is like.
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Plays: 645

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: 965

Underwater Sink or Float

Get the objects that sink or float into the goal.
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Plays: 1833

Song: I'm a Lever Lover

Sutton Foster sings about being a lever lover!
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