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Observing Weather (2011)

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Live-action weather footage helps students learn how they can observe the weather. Concepts and terminology: temperature, air pressure, weather systems, precipitation, and wind.

Find the Spanish language version of this video at: Observando el clima

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Primary
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0:10
Observing Weather

Fall (2011)

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Crisp, colorful video footage illustrates the beautiful and fascinating features of the fall season. This video also takes a brief look into what causes the fall season. Concepts and terminology: autumn, foliage, seed dispersal, migration, hibernation, and harvest.

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Primary
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0:10
Fall

How to Measure Length (2011)

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Students will learn how to measure length and distance using common tools in this engaging, colorful program. Concepts and terminology: metric ruler, meter, centimeter, and kilometer.

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Primary
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0:10
How to Measure Length

Winter (2011)

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Snow-covered forests, animals foraging for food, and sports provide for an exciting glimpse into the wonders of the winter season. Concepts and terminology include: snow, ice, hibernation, winter sports, and winter solstice.

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Primary
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0:12
Winter

Why Do We Measure (2011)

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This video illustrates the many everyday ways we measure things, and the importance of measurement in science. Concepts and terminology: length, liquid, mass, scale, temperature, and time.

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Primary
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0:12
Why Do We Measure

Spring (2011)

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This video explores the features of spring, focusing on the unique habits of plants, animals, and people during this season. Additional concepts and terminology: season, sunlight, warmth, hibernation, migration, revolution, axis, and equinox.

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Primary
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0:12
Spring

Summer (2011)

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Live-action, colorful footage illustrates the exciting, natural highlights of summer. Activities of plants and animals during the summer season are explored. Additional concepts and terminology include: growth, development, seeds, food storage, recreation, and solstice.

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Primary
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0:12
Summer

What is a Mammal? (2011)

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From dogs to squirrels to elephants, we are familiar with many different mammals. This video explores some of the fascinating features of this amazing group of animals. Concepts and terminology: backbone, fur, warm-blooded, milk, and live young.

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Primary
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0:12
What is a Mammal?

The Air Around Us (2011)

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Often hard-to-understand concepts of air, gases, air pressure, and layers of the atmosphere are plainly explained in this fascinating video. Concepts and terminology: oxygen, nitrogen, layers, weather, jet stream, and northern lights.

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Primary
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0:12
The Air Around Us

What is a Reptile? (2011)

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This exciting video uses captivating footage to illustrate the exciting features of snakes, lizards, and turtles in their natural habitats. Concepts and terminology: cold-blooded, scales, shell, and eggs.

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Primary
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0:12
What is a Reptile?

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