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Me... Jane

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In his characteristic heartwarming style, Patrick McDonnell tells the story of the young Jane Goodall and her special childhood toy chimpanzee named Jubilee.

Grade Level: 
Primary
Length: 
00:09

Animales complejos (Complex Animals) (2008)

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There are millions of different types of animals on Earth, ranging from simple animals, such as sponges and worms, to more complex animals. This program explores complex animals, specifically the major vertebrate groups: fishes, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals. Crisp, exciting video footage portrays the major characteristics of each vertebrate group.

Grade Level: 
Elementary
Length: 
00:15

Adaptaciones (Adaptations) (2008)

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Characteristics enabling organisms to survive and reproduce are referred to as adaptations. This program explores the wide range of adaptations humans, plants, animals, and all living things exhibit.

Grade Level: 
Elementary
Length: 
00:15

Bear Has A Story To Tell

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In this endearing tale of friendship, animals are helped by Bear to get ready for winter. But will they be awake long enough for him to tell his story?

Grade Level: 
Primary
Length: 
00:09

I Want My Hat Back

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Bear's hat is gone. None of the animals have seen it. He is starting to become despondent, until his memory is sparked by a deer who asks just the right question.

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Grade Level: 
Primary
Elementary
Length: 
00:09

Grouping Living Things (2012)

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There are millions of different kinds of living things on the planet. Grouping them is not an easy task. This fascinating program explores this process and investigates some of the major groups of living things.

Grade Level: 
Primary
Length: 
00:10

Migration and Hibernation (2012)

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Geese flying south is a sign that winter is arriving. Through numerous fascinating examples, this colorful program illustrates the migration of animals. Also explored is the amazing process of hibernation.

Grade Level: 
Primary
Length: 
00:10

What Do Living Things Need? (2012)

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All living things have basic needs that must be met in order to survive. This colorful, easy-to-understand program addresses the basic needs of organisms. By considering specific plants and animals, we see how living things need food, water, air and a place to live.

Grade Level: 
Primary
Length: 
00:11

A Sick Day For Amos McGee

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Amos McGee is a dedicated zookeeper. He regularly visits his friends, the elephant, the tortoise, the penguin, the rhinoceros and the owl.

Grade Level: 
Primary
Length: 
00:10

Bear Snores On

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In a cave in the woods, all winter long, Bear sleeps in his cozy lair. Surprise guests stop by to warm up, brew tea and pop corn while Bear snores on.

Grade Level: 
Primary
Length: 
00:08

The Biology of Molluscs (2006)

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Phylum Mollusca is the second most diverse phylum of animals, with over 100,000 know species. First examined are the basic characteristics of the phylum – a soft body, muscular foot, mantle cavity with gill, and hard calcified shell.

Grade Level: 
Middle
High
Length: 
00:17

The Biology of Sponges (2003)

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Imagine an animal with no mouth, no digestive system, no excretory or circulatory organs, no brain nor nervous system, and no movement as an adult. In spite of their simple nature, sponges are actually one of the most fascinating animal phyla, when viewed in developmental, ecological, and evolutionary terms.

Grade Level: 
Middle
High
Length: 
00:19

The Biology of Chordates (2001)

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The Phylum Chordata includes tunicates, sea lancelets, hagfish, and all familiar vertebrate animals. This program explores how these seemingly diverse animals evolved and how the group is unified by four characteristic structures: a hollow dorsal nerve chord, a supportive notochord, gill slits, and a post-anal tail.

Grade Level: 
Middle
High
Length: 
00:21

Seven Blind Mice

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Seven blind mice come upon a mysterious Something by the side of their pond. One by one, they venture out to discover what it is. However, each mouse comes back with a different report.

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Grade Level: 
Primary
Elementary
Length: 
00:08

Inch By Inch

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Just as the inchworm is about to be eaten, he tells the robin, “Don’t eat me!

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Grade Level: 
Primary
Length: 
00:10

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