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Read Good Books!: Egg Drop Challenge | KIDS Clubhouse Adventures

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KIDS Clubhouse Adventures kids read and discover more about inventions. They are inspired to invent a structure that will protect an egg from breaking when dropped. They choose the materials, work as a team and have a lot of fun!

What Are Inventions? | KIDS Clubhouse Adventures

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Abby Brown, KIDS Clubhouse Adventures co-host, loves to help kids have fun while learning! In this segment, Abby teaches kids about a few famous inventors, including Karl Benz, Thomas Edison and Lizzie Maggie.

Clubhouse Theme: What Is Sound? | KIDS Clubhouse Adventures

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Abby Brown, KIDS Clubhouse Adventures co-host, loves to help kids have fun while learning! In this segment, Abby teaches kids about sound. Whether used for entertainment or communication, all sounds are created the same way, with tiny vibrations.

Get Up & Go Play!: Explore a State Park | KIDS Clubhouse Adventures

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Playing outside makes kids happier, healthier and stronger! In this segment, Abby Brown and kids enjoy Ledges State Park. They climb rocks, hike trails, skip rocks and even discover a few creatures!

Doctor Notable: "Pluto’s Plight" | KIDS Clubhouse Adventures

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Doctor Notable brings music to the clubhouse with storylines of discovery and adventure! In “Pluto’s Plight” poor Pluto is stripped of his title of “planet,” but hope remains he might someday be a hero to the galaxy. With subtitles added to this music video, kids get to sing along!

What Is Weather? | KIDS Clubhouse Adventures

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Abby Brown, KIDS Clubhouse Adventures co-host, loves to help kids have fun while learning! In this segment, Abby teaches kids about weather. Kids learn to observe the air and and sky as well as a thermometer in order to evaluate the weather.

Get Up & Go Play!: Simple Machines | KIDS Clubhouse Adventures

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Playing outside makes kids happier, healthier and stronger! In this segment of KIDS Clubhouse Adventures, Abby Brown visits a playground with a group of kids. Together they discover that their park is full of simple machines!

What Is Metal? | KIDS Clubhouse Adventures

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Abby Brown, KIDS Clubhouse Adventures co-host, loves to help kids have fun while learning! In this segment, Abby teaches kids about metal. Kids learn about common properties of metal, and why glass, wood and plastic are very different. Kids also learn how some metals are used.

Read Good Books!: Weather Forecasting | KIDS Clubhouse Adventures

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KIDS Clubhouse Adventures kids read and discover more about weather. Kids get to be meteorologist for the day and report the weather as well as make recommendations about whether or not to go outside!

Read Good Books!: Foil Boats | KIDS Clubhouse Adventures

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KIDS Clubhouse Adventures kids read and discover more about metal. Aluminum foil can be used to displace water in order to float. Kids create the right type of structure to carry as many pennies as possible in water.

What are Tools? | KIDS Clubhouse Adventures

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Abby Brown, KIDS Clubhouse Adventures co-host, loves to help kids have fun while learning! In this segment, Abby teaches kids how tools can help with a variety of jobs, and that it’s important to have the right tool for the job!

Name That Tool | KIDS Clubhouse Adventures

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The Clubhouse transforms into a game-show set when Abby Brown challenges Dan Wardell to name that tool! Without looking, Dan describes the tool in the mystery box and discovers the task is more difficult than he thought!

Get Up & Go Play!: Micrometeorites | KIDS Clubhouse Adventures

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Playing outside makes kids happier, healthier and stronger! In this segment of KIDS Clubhouse Adventures, co-host Abby Brown and kids learn about micrometeorites. Together they build a simple device to collect micrometeorites and use a magnifying glass to take a closer look.