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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.

Plays: 614

Dig for Dinosaurs

Dig for dinosaur fossils with Grover!
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: 375

Elmo and the Butterfly

Can you help Elmo find the butterfly?
0:11 Runtime
Plays: 21

Recycling Aluminum Cans

Cans go to a plant to get made into new cans.
2:3 Runtime
Plays: 914

Going to Outer Space

Elmo, Abby, and Rosita pretend to be astronauts going to outer space.
1:4 Runtime
Plays: 431

SG 2.0 Digital: Ramp

A snake uses a ramp to move from low to high.
0:27 Runtime
Plays: 153

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: 674

Oscar's Trash Launch

Use force to launch trash in Oscar's can.
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: 391

Zoe's Silly Seasons

Explore the changing seasons with Zoe.
Play Which One Doesn?t Belong! Put together a group of four household objects such as a spoon, plate, cup, and shampoo bottle, and ask you child which one doesn?t belong and why.
Plays: 267

Nature Walk

A girl and her father go on an exciting nature walk.
3:24 Runtime
Plays: 1007

Super Missions

Take a super mission with Super Grover 2.0.
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: 93

WOTS: Experiment

Murray introduces the word "experiment."
0:32 Runtime
Plays: 305

Twiddlebug Toss

Experiment launching heavy and light objects.
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.