Primary

Primary (X) - Preschool (X) - Animals (X)

Animal Families | Everyday Learning

Icon: 
Streaming icon

Families are our introduction to society. By living and growing within a small connected group, we are prepared for encounters with larger groups within society. Animal families provide a great example of similarities and differences within various family groups. This video is available in both English and Spanish audio, along with corresponding closed captions.

The Rolie Polie | Sid the Science Kid

Icon: 
Streaming icon

Using this resource group, students learn about scientific observation using a magnifying glass. Sid loves his rolie polie bugs, but they're so little he can't figure out how they move. At school, Sid and his friends explore their world using the magnifying glass to make things look bigger, like freckles on their skin, little pebbles, and rolie polie legs! The resource group includes an English and Spanish version of 5 video clips, as well as the associated Science Adventures Curriculum Guide. Watch Sid here or go to http://www.pbslearningmedia.org/collection/sid-the-science-kid/ to download the science adventures video clips.

Bob the Builder | Constructing a Class Zoo

Icon: 
Streaming icon

In the episode "Bear Mountain," Bob and his team must build an enclosure for a bear at the Fixham Zoo. Wendy explains that a habitat is the surroundings where you live. In this activity, children will investigate different animal habitats, and construct one with a shoebox and some creativity! 

Let's Look Inside Our Body | Everyday Learning

Icon: 
Streaming icon

Why do we have bones? What do they do? What are they called? This animated video shows how bones are important to everyday tasks and movements. The spine, rib cage, tibia, femur and skull are shown within a body shape. Various parts of the body are featured.

Count Your Senses! | The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!

Icon: 
Streaming icon

Senses are so exciting! In this short video from The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!, The Cat sings a song about all five of your senses. There are so many things to observe and discover, just by using our senses!

The Shell Show - The Cat in the Hat | PBS KIDS Lab

Icon: 
Streaming icon

Use this video resource to teach children how to compare objects by size. The Cat tries to find a new shell for a hermit crab.

Utiliza este juego par enseñar a niños a comparar objetos por tamaño. El gato intenta encontrar una nueva concha para un cangrejo.

The Secret of a Good Tower - The Cat in the Hat | PBS KIDS Lab

Icon: 
Streaming icon

In this video, viewers will get inside a termite tower and learn why they don't fall down. Cat, Nick, and Sally meet Terry the Termite and learn about what makes a good termite tower.

En este video, espectadores van a mirar dentro de una torre de termitas y aprender porque no se caen. Cat, Nick, y Sally se reúnen con Terry y aprenden sobre lo que hace una buena torre de termitas.

No School Sing Along Special | Sid the Science Kid

Icon: 
Streaming icon

In this episode of Sid the Science Kid, Sid and his friends put on a show in the backyard and take turns singing their favorite science songs.

Dinosaur Train | Theropod Convention

Icon: 
Streaming icon

In this Dinosaur Train clip, the gang discuss the upcoming Theropod Convention, and the diversity to be found within the Theropod suborder.

Dinosaur Discoveries: Sanajeh and Snakes | Dinosaur Train

Icon: 
Streaming icon

In this Dinosaur Train clip, Dr. Scott the Paleontologist discusses the sanajeh--an 11-foot snake that lived during the Cretaceous period--and other big snakes that lived during the age of dinosaurs.

Halloween Spooky Science Special | Sid the Science Kid

Icon: 
Streaming icon

In these Halloween segments from Sid the Science Kid, kids learn that bats are helpful creatures that catch mosquitoes, spiders are expert web builders, and cats have fantastic leaping abilities. They also learn that skeletons help hold up our bodies, and slime can be a solid or a liquid depending on its composition.

Dinosaur Train | Ceratopsians

Icon: 
Streaming icon

In this Dinosaur Train clip, Dr. Scott the paleontologist discusses the characteristics of ceratopsian dinosaurs -- plant-eating dinosaurs who shared features such as horns, a frill on the back of their head, and a turtle-like beak.

Dinosaur Train | A Long Journey

Icon: 
Streaming icon

In this Dinosaur Train clip, a turtle and a ptilodus -- a small mammal -- ride a natural raft made of logs to the shores of Pteranodon Terrace after an earthquake. Then, Tommy Ptilodus tells Buddy, Tiny, Shiny, and Don the story of how they traveled across the ocean on a raft.

Dinosaur Train | Make a Dragonfly

Icon: 
Streaming icon

This Dinosaur Train "Make a Dragonfly" resource group includes two videos, a lesson plan, and an image exploring the topic of insect anatomy. Students first watch the "Dragonfly" video to learn about the dragonfly's anatomy and how it has helped them to survive over time. They then watch the "Don's Dragonfly" video which illustrates the 3-part body of a dragonfly. Lastly, students build a dragonfly while learning about its origins.

Dinosaur Train | Footprints

Icon: 
Streaming icon

In this Dinosaur Train clip, Dr. Scott the Paleontologist discusses fossilized dinosaur footprints. These fossils have been found on every continent and show that dinosaurs stood upright with their feet close together and held their tails up as they walked.

Pages