# Math

Math (X) - Science (X) - Professional (X) - Primary (X)

## Breakout Edu Kit

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The Breakout EDU kit includes everything you need to play over 350 games created for the classroom environment. The kit includes access to the new BreakoutEdu Platform to be used while using the kit.

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Elementary
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Content Area:
ELA
Math
Social Studies
Science
Fine Arts
Health/Phys. Ed.
LOTE
Computer Science
Special Education
Family/Consumer Science
ELL
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Play Time:
30 min.

## A - Z Overview

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Watch and learn how to explore career options from A to Z with the Lab Squad kids as they meet and interview career professionals.

## Episode 210 - Blossom and Snappy Go to the Zoo, Part II | Count On It!

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Blossom and Snappy help Robbie prepare for her math class by drawing pictures of animals that her students will be able to sort. But in order to find out what certain animals look like, Blossom and Snappy visit the zoo again.

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## PBS Parents | Full-Time Kid

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Meet Mya in this media gallery from PBS Parents FullTimeKid! She's a full-time kid and proud of it. Her job is sharing fun educational tricks, cute crafts, songs and surprises that kids and parents will enjoy.

## Episode 209 - Blossom and Snappy Go to the Zoo, Part I | Count On It!

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Blossom and Snappy visit the zoo and compare the animals in many different ways including size and where they come from. They write thank you notes to Robbie for the bathrobes she made from them, but Snappy has a difficult time finishing his. Digit finishes Snappy's letter to Robbie, and Robbie thinks that Snappy wrote it.

## How to Deal with a Saffron Slimer | Odd Squad

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Oscar uses a pan balance to compare weights, and explains what you should do if you come across a Saffron Slimer.

## Unlucky 13 | The Odd Squad

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Learn about identifying patterns with the Odd Squad. Olive's favorite basketball team is having trouble with the number 13 on the court.

## Welcome to the Break Room Part 1 | The Odd Squad

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Learn about place value with the Odd Squad. Agent Oscar shows us around the Odd Squad break room, where agents hang out while they're not working on cases. A gadget can multiply any amount of food by ten!

## Ms. O Tries to be Nice | The Odd Squad

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Learn about comparing numbers in this fun clip from the Odd Squad. Ms. O desperately wants to get back on Santa's nice list before Christmas. With a little help from Oscar, will she get there in time?

## Oprah and O'Donahue | The Odd Squad

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Learn about problem solving and patterns with the Odd Squad. Ms. O remembers using patterns to solve an important case when she was still an agent in the 1980s.

## Rug Time: Measurement | Sid the Science Kid

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Sid brings his ruler to Rug Time, and the class wants to know how this scientific measurement tool can be used to measure very large objects. Miss Susie explains that to measure things that are bigger than the size of a ruler, you can use tools such as a tape measure. She prompts the students to explore more in a Super Fab Lab! (Spanish version also available.)

## Super Fab Lab: Exploring Measurement | Sid the Science Kid

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Miss Susie explains that non-standard measurement can be used as a scientific tool to measure without a ruler.  Watch a live action clip of students figuring out a room's size by using themselves as measurement units.  Learn how units of measurement must be the same size when conducting non-standard measurement investigations. (Spanish version also available.)

## Backseat Driving with Grandma | Sid the Science Kid

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On his way home from school, Sid tells his Grandma how he learned all about how to measure things without rulers.  Listen as Grandma tells Sid about how her father used his hands as a unit of non-standard measurement to measure objects, too. (Spanish Version also available.)

## Dr. Trumanstein - Martha Speaks | PBS KIDS Lab

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This video will help children build vocabulary and understand STEM education concepts. If Dr. Trumanstein's hypothesis is correct, the raisins in his oatmeal experiment will expand. However, he doesn't count on them expanding into a giant oatmeal monster!

Este video se centra en ayudar a niños a aprender vocabulario y entender los conceptos de educación STEM. Si la hipótesis del Dr. Trumanstein es correcta, las pasas en su experimento de avena se expanden. Pero no cuenta con la expansión a un monstruo gigante de avena.