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Rolling Down Ramps

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In this video, watch as children use ramps to investigate forces that make things move. Rolling Down Ramps is a hands-on science exploration for young children and their teachers, parents or caregivers.

Sticky Glue

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In this video, watch as children turn any piece of paper into a sticker and glue rocks, plastic and glass together. Sticky Glue is a hands-on science exploration for young children and their teachers, parents or caregivers.

Sun-Baked Bricks

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In this video, explore how children make bricks out of molds of paper cartons, soil and ice-cube trays. Sun-Baked Bricks is a hands-on science exploration for young children and their teachers, parents or caregivers.

Weathering Rocks

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In this video, understand why some rocks are smooth and round using plastic jars, rocks, water and a sieve. Weathering Rocks is a hands-on science exploration for young children and their teachers, parents or caregivers.

Dinosaur Train | Start a Nature Collection

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In this Dinosaur Train clip, Don shows his new neighbor, Lily Lambeosaurus, his nature collection.

Let There Be Light | Sid the Science Kid

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This episode of Sid the Science Kid teaches students all about light and its sources. Sid and his friends discover that light comes from both natural sources--like the sun, and manmade sources--like flashlights and light bulbs.

Sunblock Investigation

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In this Super Fab Lab video clip from the "Sid's Special Dad Day" episode of "Sid the Science Kid," kids conduct a simple experiment to find out how sunscreen counteracts the effects of the sun

Dinosaur Train | Drawing Birds

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In this Dinosaur Train clip, Laura the Giganotosaurus talks about her passion for bird-watching and drawing.

Eruption!

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In this Dinosaur Train clip, the Pteranodon family learns what volcanoes are and why they erupt. Later, Dr. Scott the Paleontologist discusses where volcanoes can be found, and the effects of eruptions on the environment.

Dinosaur Train | Triceratops

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In this Dinosaur Train clip, Dr. Scott the Paleontologist discusses herbivores -- plant eaters. He explains that the Triceratops, an herbivorous dinosaur, had rows of teeth in the back of its mouth to help it eat plants.

Dinosaur Train | Pterosaur Plane

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In this Dinosaur Train clip, the Pteranodon family visits Quincy Quetzalcoatlus, a large Pterosaur. They learn that all Pterosaurs -- including themselves -- are able to fly because they have hollow bones.

Dinosaur Train | Cretaceous Conifers

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In this Dinosaur Train episode, the Pteranodon family celebrates Mrs. Pteranodon's favorite holiday, Winter Solstice -- the shortest day of the year. They learn about large conifers and help decorate them at a holiday party.

Dinosaur Train | A Game of Dino Ball

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In this Dinosaur Train clip, the Pteranodon family goes to see Hank the Ankylosauraus in a Dinoball game. They observe how Hank uses his club tail and his armored body -- both defensive features -- to his advantage.

Dinosaur Train | Parasaurolophus

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In this Dinosaur Train clip, Dr. Scott the Paleontologist discusses the Parasaurolophus, a dinosaur with a distinctive head crest most likely used to produce sounds.

Dinosaur Train | Minerals

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In this Dinosaur Train clip, Dr. Scott the paleontologist discusses minerals, explaining that most form deep inside the earth where the temperatures are very high.

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