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The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything

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In this Kindergarten through 2nd grade video, students listen carefully as their teacher reads the story “The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything” by Linda Williams. Students listen for key verbs such as clomp and wiggle throughout the story and as they hear them, they will perform a specific physical movement such as stomping their feet or wiggling their fingers. This is great for focusing on psychomotor and cognitive skills.

Sheriff's Office Field Trip

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Penny and the KidVision VPK Kids go to the Martin County Sheriff's Office to learn about safety.  They learn how to identify an officer, tour the emergency call center, get fingerprinted, and get tips on what to do if they get lost.

Aquatic Complex Field Trip

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At the Ft Lauderdale Aquatic Complex and International Swimming Hall of Fame, Penny and the KidVision VPK Kids learn how to be safe around water - and have fun at the same time!

Baseball Field Trip

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Penny and the KidVision VPK Kids take you out to the ball game!  At Marlins' Park, they meet the team mascot, run on the field, pitch in the bullpen, bat in the batting cages, and hang out in the President’s Suite.  It’s a home run field trip!

A Healthy Plate | Everyday Learning

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This stop motion animation shows what a healthy meal should look like based on the USDA My Plate model. Narrated by a young child who wants to fill her plate with dinner rolls and an adult who explains why that is not a balanced meal, A Healthy Plate provides an easy-to-follow visual that breaks down portion sizes for grains, fruits, vegetables, protein, and dairy.

Hello, Body! | The Healthy Kids Project

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Learn about the functions of our bones and muscles and their importance in helping us move.

The Couch Potato Blues | The Healthy Kids Project

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Learn that food and physical activity affect how we feel. Healthy choices help us to feel good and to perform at our best!

Trying Veggie Spaghetti | Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood

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Daniel and Miss Elaina try new food -- with mixed results! Help kids understand that being able to try new food is an important skill to learn.

Kids In Action-Owen

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Ten-year-old Owen explains how he's able to live a normal life, even though he has a peanut allergy. Learn more with this video from Arthur: "Binky Goes Nuts."

Tim Botsford, Fashionista | WordGirl

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Mr. Botsford unknowingly starts the city's latest fashion trend.

Going to the Doctor's Office with Daniel Tiger & Mister Rogers

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Going to the doctor’s office can always seem a bit scary to young children; the new places, people, and tools can create an unfamiliar atmosphere where children feel anxious. Join Mister Rogers and Daniel Tiger as they explore the doctor’s office and learn about why check-ups are important in our favorite select clips from The Fred Rogers Company. Through these episodes, clips, activities and articles, help your children and students gain a much more thorough understanding of what a doctor’s visit entails and, with the help of Mister Rogers and Daniel, feel prepared before they take the trip themselves.

For more parenting resources on understanding and improving your child's visit to the doctor, find more helpful resources at The Fred Rogers Company website here.

Between the Lions - Vegetable Medley

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Learn vocabulary through a song about the importance of eating healthy, from Between the Lions: "A Birthday for Cow!" Real life vegetable puppets sing a song about the importance of eating vegetables each and everyday. Featured vocabulary includes: carrots, asparagus, broccoli, peas, beans, vegetables, delicious, nutritious, corn, and zucchini.

Digestive System | Science Trek

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Your body needs food for energy, vitamins and minerals. But food needs to be broken down into a substance your body can use. That’s the job of your digestive system. Find out more on this episode of Science Trek.  Host Joan Cartan-Hansen and her guests, gastroenterologists Drs. Matt Sericati and Brian Story answer students’ questions.

Video 1: Welcome to AIM! | ARTHUR Social, Emotional, and Character Development Curriculum

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Get an overview of the AIM Buddy Project from teachers who have used AIM in their classrooms. Learn about the program’s background, benefits, and components, as well as the five AIM topics: empathy, forgiveness, generosity, honesty, and learning from others.

This resource is part of The AIM Buddy Project | An ARTHUR Social, Emotional, and Character Development Curriculum.

Fireflies Musical Yoga for Kids

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Fireflies Musical Yoga for Kids is a 12-part series, consisting of three-minute instructional videos presented by Kira Willey, nationally acclaimed kindie artist and musical yogini. It provides educators with a wonderful tool to help children connect their bodies and minds to music and positivity.  Each segment is tied to positive character strengths to aid teachers in promoting positive behaviors. Kira encourages children with movement and music through her interactive yoga lessons. Her unique approach marries original music with yoga, fostering a deep connection and understanding of the importance of incorporating fitness and focus throughout the day. 

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