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Sid’s Holiday Adventure - Part 5 | Sid the Science Kid

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In Part 5 pf Sid's Holiday Adventure, Sid and his classmates tell jokes about temperature, and then pretend to be Santa Claus and the animals helping to pull his sleigh.

Bob the Builder | Ice Cube Experiments

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In the episode "Muck on Ice," Bob and his team build an ice skating rink for the Spring City Rockets, and Muck learns the properties of water. Now it is time for children to experiment with ice to enhance observation skills. 

Nature Cat | Goodnight Gracie

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Squeeks’ play date with her pal Gracie the toad has to be cut short because it’s time for Gracie to hibernate for the winter.

Nature Cat | Mud Love

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To bring Hal’s dream of Mud Appreciation Day to fruition, all his pals must lend a muddy hand, collecting different kinds of mud and setting up for the super fun and super messy celebration.

Currents and Waterways | Nature Cat

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In this exciting clip from Nature Cat: Ocean Commotion, Nature Cat and his friends try to catch up to Hal's favorite toy, Mr. Chewinsky. Along the way, they learn about currents and how all rivers eventually lead to the ocean.

Three Rules To Be a Planet | Ready Jet Go!

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What makes a planet a planet? In this clip from Ready Jet Go!, Dr. Rafferty goes over the three rules scientists follow to determine whether something is a planet or not, and why Pluto is no longer considered a planet.

What is Sound? | Ready Jet Go!

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Jet is all ears when it comes to learning about sound. In this clip from Ready Jet Go!, Sean comes over to Jet's garage to work on his sound experiment in peace and quiet. He explains to Jet what sound is and how it works.

Earth and Mars | Ready Jet Go!

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Can planets have siblings? In this clip from Ready Jet Go!, Jet and his friends learn about how Mars and Earth are sometimes referred to as brother planets due to their similar traits, such as size and their distance from the sun. Now if only they can get Face 9000 and his brother, Face 9001, to stop arguing!

Meteorite Test | Ready Jet Go!

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Mindy thinks she found a meteorite, but is it actually one? In this clip from Ready Jet Go!, Sean explains the three tests given to determine whether a rock is actually a meteorite. Along the way, he breaks into the catchy "Scientific Method" song to explain how to investigate like a scientist!

Earth's Layer | Ready Jet Go!

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What does an ordinary cake and the planet Earth have in common? Both are made up of layers! In this clip from Ready Jet Go!, Jet learns about Earth's four distinct layers and their characteristics: the crust, the mantle, the outer core, and the inner core.

The Moon And Its Craters | Ready Jet Go!

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Have you ever wondered why the moon has so many holes? In this clip from Ready Jet Go!, Sydney, Jet, and Mindy look through a telescope and see all the craters in the moon. When Mindy asks why the moon has craters, she gets two very different theories from Sydney and Sean.

Chameleon Power | Wild Kratts

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Chris and Martin encounter a chameleon and learn about all its awesome creature powers in this clip from Wild Kratts!

A chameleon can extend its tongue to catch preys from far away. Their feet and prehensile tail allow them to climb branches and trees with ease. Chameleons are also one of the few animals in the world that can move their eyes independently of each other, giving them a great advantage to spot predators and prey first. Finally, a chameleon can change its color to match its surrounding.

Now that's a lizard with a lot of special features! 

Fossa Hunting | Wild Kratts

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Chris encounters a pair of fossas as they hunt after lemurs in the jungle, in this clip from Wild Kratts. The fossa's lean agile body, powerful legs, and long tail allows it to chase after the lemurs through the dense woods.

Let's Experiment | Everyday Learning

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It’s fun to experiment! In this short demonstration, learn about chemical reactions, and what can happen when basic ingredients are mixed together. The video’s three featured experiments start out simple and grow in complexity.

What Do You Hear? | Everyday Learning

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What sort of sounds do you hear at night? In this short video, kids explore their senses by stopping to listen to nighttime noises. Students can make their own guesses throughout the video, and then learn a little more about what they heard.

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