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Pat-a-Cookie with Cookie Monster | Full-Time Kid

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Cookie Monster loves playing Pat-a-Cake with Mya, but he has ONE minor change.... Find a frend and play along!

Ophthalmologist

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See a career that uses the latest tools and technology to diagnose vision issues and help people to see better.

See the Lab Squad kids’ report for this career in Support Materials +

Industrial Organizational Psychologist

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Be inspired by a career that uses science in the workplace to help companies keep their workers more productive, happy and successful.

Apples | Valley's Gold

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Learn all about apples and why they are one of the most popular fruits.

Dairy | Valley's Gold

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Dairy cows are amazing animals! Learn all about dairy cows and how important dairy products are to a healthy diet.

Muscles | Science Trek

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The human body has about 650 muscles and they come in all shapes and sizes. The muscles are part of the body’s muscular system. They give the body shape and movement. Find out more about the amazing muscular system.

Be Outside! | Science Trek

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A University of Maryland study reports a 50 percent drop in the number of 9 to 12 year-olds who spent time in outdoor activities. But doctors know humans need to spend time in the outdoors to stay healthy. If you get outside and do things, you feel better.  

KidVision | Doctor's Office

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Miss Penny and the KidVision Kids visit the pediatrician's office to find out what happens during a wellness checkup. The kids sign in on the appointment sheet, get weighed and measured, they participate in a full wellness exam, and learn the names of the medical instruments the nurse and doctor use. Be well!

Sports Physiology | Science Trek

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Sports physiologists understand the body’s anatomy and the biomechanics of how bones and muscles work together. These scientists can help improve athletes’ performance and help keep them healthy. But many young athletes are unaware of how to play and move safely and end up injured. Learn how these scientists can make you a better athlete and prevent injuries.

Skeletons | Science Trek

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Without a skeleton, we would be a heap of skin and muscles. A skeleton gives shape and form to the bodies of vertebrate animals. The set of bones known as vertebrae make up the spine, and others such as ribs and skull protect the major organs. Bones are actually living tissue, and the center of the bone, or marrow, is where your blood is created. Find out more about your bones.

Look at Me Now | Everyday Learning

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Children go through countless physical changes during the first year of their life. Look At Me Now follows a year in the life of a baby through photos, and highlights the changes we experience while growing.

Portions My Food Plate

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Three lessons support this Abracadabra video in which a group of intermediate, middle level, and adult actors present scenarios in which healty food choices are made.  Skill development for K-2 students includes understanding the 5 food groups, healthy choices, and using fractions to divide a plate into appropriate portions.

Aquifer-In-A-Cup

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This series of video vignettes, brought to us by the Spokane Joint Aquifer Board and produced by KSPS Public Television, helps young learners understand what an aquifer is, the process of retrieving water from the aquifer, and ways to protect and preserve the aquifer.

Pizza Gardens | Think Garden

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This video from KET’s Think Garden collection demonstrates how to make a pizza with ingredients from both spring and summer gardens. Follow students from Cane Run Elementary in Louisville as they make fresh spring pizzas using greens, garlic, olive oil and homemade cheese with the Food Literacy Project at Oxmoor Farm. Then head back to school with the Cane Run students as they make pizzas with traditional toppings from their own school garden like tomatoes, peppers, and basil.

This video is available in both English and Spanish audio, along with corresponding closed captions. 

Know Ohio | Blind History

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Ohio has been a leader in educating the blind since 1837 when it established the first public school for the blind. Today, it is called The Ohio State School for the Blind, and there are other specialized schools around the state preparing the visually impaired for productive lives.

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