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Dinosaur Train | Perry Parasaurolophus' Crest

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In this Dinosaur Train clip, Perry the Parasaurolophus, a hadrosaur, explains that crests of different lengths make different sounds.

Dinosaur Train | Frogs

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In this Dinosaur Train clip, Dr. Scott the Paleontologist discusses a Cretaceous Era frog called a Palaeobatrachus. He notes that the Palaeobatrachus and other frogs are amphibians.

Dinosaur Train | Ankylosaurus

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In this Dinosaur Train clip, Dr. Scott the Paleontologist discusses the Ankylosaurus, explaining that it had bony armor and a clubbed tail, which was used for protection against predators.

Dinosaur Train | Giganotosaurus

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In this Dinosaur Train clip, Dr. Scott the Paleontologist discusses the Giganotosaurus, a carnivorous theropod with three toes.

Dinosaur Discoveries–Troodons

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In this Dinosaur Train clip, Dr. Scott the Paleontologist discusses Troodons, dinosaurs that lived either in the far north or the far south. He explains that scientists theorize that Northern Troodons had extra feathers to keep themselves warm.

Dinosaur Train | Discovering Minerals

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Watch as the Pteranodon family discovers minerals when they are exploring in a cave. Mr. Pteranodon explains the difference between rocks and minerals: while rocks are made up of many materials, minerals are made of the same material all the way through.

Dinosaur Train | The Amazing Michelinoceras Brothers

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In this episode of Dinosaur Train, the Pteranodon family takes the train under the sea to meet two backwards-bounding brothers named Max and Mitch Michelinoceras who are mollusks from the Triassic period. They have eight arms each and a shell which both grows with them and helps them to move quickly.

Dinosaur Train | Train Trouble

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In this episode of Dinosaur Train, the Pteranodon family and their friends Oren and Ollie work together to help repair the Dinosaur Train when it encounters engine problems.

Dinosaur Train | Elmer Elasmosaurus

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In this Dinosaur Train episode, the Pteranodon family takes the train to an underwater train station to return Elmer Elasmosaurus to his home under the sea. They learn that the Elasmosaurus are air breathers that can hold their breath for a long time underwater, and that they use their long necks to catch fish.

Dinosaur Train | Elmer Visits the Desert

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Digital classroom resources for Grades PreK-1. The Pteranodon family takes their ocean friend Elmer Elasmosaurus to the desert. Once there, the kids compare the sandy terrain to Elmer’s ocean, meet a local lizard named Percy, and learn about how deserts form.

Ready 2 Read Goes Wild!: Learn about Bears!

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Learn about bears from the Montana State Library and Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks team.  This video, from the Growing Up Wild Curriculum, teaches children about animals and animal safety.

Ready 2 Read Goes Wild!: Learn about Tracks!

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Learn about animal tracks from the Montana State Library and Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife, and Parks team.  This video, from the Growing Up Wild Curriculum, teaches children about animals, while offering helpful teaching advice.

G.R.O.W. Project Field Trip

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At the GROW Project's urban garden, Penny and the KidVision VPK Kids plant seeds, see stages of seed growth, learn about container gardening, look for bugs with a microscope, and see vegetables packaged for market. Join us and grow a green thumb!

The Big Adventures of Little Ioda: Whale of a Tail

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Ioda ventures through an amazing talking book with Lion, Captain Caption, Humpback, and Mrs. Whale! This video is part of the first grade lesson “Whales!," found in the REACH Parent Engagement Series from Public Media Connect/ThinkTV-CET.

Queen Priscilla Buzzoo - The Cat in the Hat | PBS KIDS Lab

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Use this video to help children understand the role the Queen plays in a bee hive. Nick and Sally interview Queen Priscilla Buzzoo about the role that queens play in a bee hive to make it thrive.

Utiliza este vídeo para ayudar a niños a comprender el papel que la reina juega en una colmena de abejas. Nick y Sally entrevistan Reina Priscilla Buzzoo sobre el papel que juegan las reinas en una colmena de abejas.

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