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Busy Bees | Valley's Gold

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Bees pollinate 95 different crops, helping to create nearly one-third of the world's food supply. In this video, we take a look to see first-hand how these busy bees get it done.

What is Water? | KIDS Clubhouse Adventures

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Exploring our world is fun! Abby Brown, KIDS Clubhouse Adventures co-host, loves to help kids have fun while learning! In this segment, Abby teaches all about the different states of water, as well as the water cycle.

Laying Eggs | Wild Kratts

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In this clip from Wild Kratts: Hero's Journey, Hero finally builds her nest and lays her eggs, paving the way for the next generation of salmon. The Wild Kratts team then learns why her journey must end here.

The Rings of Saturn | Ready Jet Go!

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Put a ring on it! In this clip from Ready Jet Go!, Jet and the rest of the gang try to figure out what Saturn's rings are made of and how they stay close to Saturn without falling off. Jet's mom Celery then lands the spaceship on one of rings, where the friends find out that the ring is not made of rock, but of mostly ice.

The Night of a Bazillion Stars Song | Ready Jet Go!

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In this musical clip from Ready Jet Go!, Jet sings about the various stars that can be seen in the night sky on Earth.

The Energy From the Sun | Ready Jet Go!

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Not even Jet and his friends can escape the summer heat. In this clip from Ready Jet Go!, an exhausted Mindy asks Jet why the sun is so hot. Jet explains that the sun is actually a bright star, and that it is responsible for all life on Earth. Because the Earth is not too hot and not too cold, scientists sometimes call it a "Goldilocks planet".

Goldilock or Not? | Ready Jet Go!

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Is Earth the only goldilocks planet? In this clip from Ready Jet Go!, Jet and the gang travel to Venus, Mars, and Neptune to find out. A goldilocks planet is a planet with a habitable temperature (not too hot, and not too cold), liquid water, and a breathable atmosphere.

What is Force? | Ready Jet Go!

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Worst chore ever... or is it actually the best? In this clip from Ready Jet Go!, Jet and his friends do a typical Bortronian chore: riding around the neighborhood on Ka-Flooples! While doing their "chore", Sydney asks Face 9000 what force is. He explains that force is a push or pull and that everything in the universe has some type of force.

Ready Jet Go! - Sound Waves | Science Crafts for Kids

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Astronomer Amy Mainzer shares her love of science with Ready Jet Go! fans in her science videos on topics such as sound waves, asteroids and orbits. In this activity, you and your child can explore the science of sound by conducting a simple experiment with kitchen wrap and some sand.

Ready Jet Go! - Flashlight Constellations | Science Crafts for Kids

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On Ready Jet Go!, Mindy is fascinated by the stars and constellations. In this activity, your child can learn more about several well-known constellations as you talk about the stories and science behind them.

Putting Air to Work

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In this video, explore the power of air using a straw, a plastic bag and a book. Putting Air to Work is a hands-on science exploration for young children and their teachers, parents or caregivers.

Fun With Magnets

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In this video, watch as children perform a quick and easy magnetic test. Fun With Magnets is a hands-on science exploration for young children and their teachers, parents or caregivers.

Dinosaur Train | Footprints and Trackways

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In this Dinosaur Train clip, Buddy and Don follow the footprints of different creatures and Dr. Scott the Paleontologist discusses fossilized dinosaur tracks.

Dinosaurs of a Feather

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In this Dinosaur Train clip, Buddy and Tiny meet Valerie Velociraptor, a dinosaur with multicolored feathers which keep her warm in cold weather.

Dinosaur Train | Dinosaur Block Party

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In this Dinosaur Train episode, the Pteranodons host a block party to introduce their new neighbors, the Lambeosaurus family, to the neighborhood. The party includes a potluck, a relay race, and a diving race.

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