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Sid’s Holiday Adventure - Part 4 | Sid the Science Kid

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In Part 4 of Sid's Holiday Adventure, Sid and his classmates reflect on what they learned about temperature. They then discuss how to stay warm in cold weather.

Shadow Smile! - Part 3 | Sid the Science Kid

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Join Sid and his classmates for a special field trip to the science center with Miss Susie to explore shadows. The class discovers that to make a shadow, all you need is a light source and something to block part of the path of light. The class first figures out that the object has to be in the path of light, such as sunlight, in order to create a shadow. They then come to realize that any light source can lead to a shadow as long as there is an object blocking the path!

Sid’s Holiday Adventure - Part 6 | Sid the Science Kid

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In Part 6 of Sid's Holiday Adventure, learn what kind of weather people have all over the world during Christmas.

Sid’s Holiday Adventure - Part 7 | Sid the Science Kid

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In Part 7 of Sid's Holiday Adventure, Sid learns all about winter from Grandma and Aunt Irene.

Imagination: Dancing in the Rain | Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood

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Daniel imagines that he is dancing in the rain alongside happy trees, grass, and flowers. Teach kids that there are many benefits of rain, even though it may keep them from playing outside.

Coral Reef Tour | Splash & Bubbles

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On Coral Day, Splash, Dunk, and Gush hold a tour of the coral reefs and reveal cool facts about coral! They explain that coral polyps have special cells on their tentacles that are used for catching food and that algae is what gives coral its vibrant colors. Coral reefs are also formed when coral larvae attach themselves to rocks and copy themselves in a process called "cloning". 

Odd Squad - Make a Bottle Thermometer | Science Crafts for Kids

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Odd Squad agents are experts at using science gadgets and math to solve odd problems, like when there were odd temperatures all over town. Now, you and your child can build a thermometer to see the difference between warm and cold weather.

Ready Jet Go! - Moon Rock | Science Crafts for Kids

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On Ready Jet Go!, Jet and his friends learn about the planets and moons in our solar system. In this activity, you and your child can learn more about the Earth’s moon surface while painting a moon rock.

What Are Plants? | KIDS Clubhouse Adventures

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Abby Brown, KIDS Clubhouse Adventures co-host, loves to help kids have fun while learning! In this segment, Abby teaches kids kids about the different types of plants, how they grow, and how we benefit from plants!

Happy Flower’s Guide to Plant Care | KIDS Clubhouse Adventures

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Puppets explore Clubhouse themes with fun and imagination! Happy Flower needs food, water and sunlight in order to grow and be healthy!

Nature Cat - Shadow Play | Science Crafts for Kids

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Explore light and shadows with Nature Cat. Nature Cat and his friends love playing outside and learning about science and nature. In this activity, your child can explore how objects can cast a shadow when they block the sun or other sources of light.

Do Try This at Home!: Make a Boat | The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!

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Will a toy car float? How about a tin pie plate? In this short video from The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!, Nick and Sally test some objects in their backyard wading pool, to see what will float and what won't. 

My Shadow Goes Where I Go | The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!

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No matter where you go, you're shadow will be there! In this short video from The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!, Nick and Sally create shadow puppets and sing a song about where your shadow can go! 

Ice Cream

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In this video, watch as children experiment with a recipe that makes homemade ice-cream. Ice Cream is a hands-on science exploration for young children and their teachers, parents or caregivers.

Rainbow Gel

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In this video, watch as children become chemists and explore a combination of sugar, cornstarch, and water. Rainbow Gel is a hands-on science exploration for young children and their teachers, parents or caregivers.

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