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Waddle

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Get your students up and moving in this Kindergarten through 5th grade activity that connects literacy, creativity and movement! Students act out different animals in the book “Waddle” as the teacher reads aloud. Students listen carefully for the animal name and the verb describing how that animal moves. They then continue acting out that specific animal until the next one is read. Students love being able to do activity such as hop or crawl (psychomotor skills) as they get to act out different animals such as a frog or bear (cognitive skills).

This video is available in both English and Spanish audio, along with corresponding closed captions. 

Vacation Fitness

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This Kindergarten through 5th grade activity makes for a very relatable and fun fitness activity! Students use their bodies to move through the motions of going on a vacation. Starting with picking a destination, students then act out packing, boarding the plane, and finally getting to their destination- the beach. This is an excellent psychomotor and cognitive skills activity.

This video is available in both English and Spanish audio, along with corresponding closed captions.

Odd Moment in History - Hofferville, 1904 | The Odd Squad

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Learn about problem solving in this fun clip from the Odd Squad. Olive recounts the time when a wall of oatmeal appeared in Hofferville.

Under the Ground | Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood

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Daniel imagines that he can dig underground to see the carrots growing! Show kids that vegetables grow in a variety of ways and that it is easy to keep a garden at home or school.

Katerina Finally Tries a New Food | Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood

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Katerina discovers that she really likes bell peppers! She even tries carrots, but doesn't like them. Teach kids to understand that trying foods is important. After they have tried a new food, they can decide if they like it or not.

Brusha Brusha! | Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood

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Daniel gets distracted by his imagination while brushing his teeth.

When You Have to Go Potty, Stop and Go Right Away! | Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood

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Daniel and his friends learn that it's important to stop playing and go to the bathroom when you need to! Help kids understand that it is important to use the bathroom properly in order to be healthy.

Help Each Other | The Healthy Kids Project

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Learn why it's important to help each other.

National Fire Prevention Week | All About the Holidays

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Held during the week around October 9th, National Fire Prevention Week reminds Americans of the danger of fire and the importance of fire safety. Families can use it as a time to review their fire safety plan and learn more about properly using fire.

Monoskiing

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Discover ways people with physical disabilities can enjoy skiing, in this video from Postcards from Buster.

Kellie and Kristen

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Kellie and Kristen, both allergic to nuts, prove nut-free chocolates can be delicious, in this video from Arthur: "Binky Goes Nuts."

Magician's Apprentice | WordGirl

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Becky gets roped into joining a magician's act.

What's the Mr. Big Deal? | WordGirl

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WordGirl discovers Mr. Big's latest mind control scheme.

The Heart: Blood Basics | Science Trek

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The heart’s job is to pump blood, so it’s important to know more about blood. Blood does more than just carry oxygen to your cells. The body’s circulatory system keeps you warm, carries away waste and helps you stay healthy. There's more to blood than you think.

Meet the Helpers | Meteorologists are Helpers: Quick Look

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Help children learn about important community helpers in a calm and fun environment, so when an emergency strikes, they will understand who to look for and how to help.

Meet a Meteorologist. Learn more about how Meteorologists serve our community.

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