Life Science

Apples | Valley's Gold

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Learn all about apples and why they are one of the most popular fruits.

Nature Cat | Where Have All the Butterflies Gone

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Oh no! A long-awaited play date with Daisy’s butterfly friends is at risk because there are no flowers around for the butterflies to feed on. When all seems lost, Nature Cat steps up to save the day. He and his pals decide to build a new butterfly garden before the butterflies have to fly off.

Super Grover 2.0: How Now Down Cow | Sesame Street

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A cow is stuck at the top of a staircase after getting her hair done because cows can't walk down stairs. Super Grover 2.0 must use the powers of observation and technology to come up with a solution. Using a ramp, he helps the cow down the stairs. This video teaches STEM curriculum.

Nature Cat | Clip | It's Nature Art Day!

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Nature cat unveils a statue of himself made out of acorns. But the head to the statue is gone! Uh-oh, where'd it go?

Use It Again | Sesame Street

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A melody all about recycling! Explore the various ways you can reuse and recycle everyday household items.

How Horses Read Our Expressions

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You can often tell how someone is feeling by the expression on their face, but did you know horses can recognize expressions too? This video from NATURE: Equus, "Story of the Horse” shows how scientists discovered that horses not only express many different emotions, they can also recognize expressions of emotion in other horses and in people. This lesson can be used to help students develop their own emotional awareness. Discussion questions and a fun “Emotions Charades” game help students recognize emotions in other people, and understand their personal reactions to the emotions of others.

Cat Adaptations: Body Structures

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Using segments from Super Cats: A NATURE Miniseries, this resource explores how different body structures allow cats to thrive in diverse environments across the planet. Students compare several cat species and examine the physical adaptions that allow each animal to be successful in their habitat. After examining these adaptations, students design their own creatures that are well adapted to survive in a specific environment.

For more resources from NATURE, check out the collection page.

Up the Food Chain | Wild Kratts

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Learn about food chains in the wild with the Wild Kratts. The gang discusses the food chain, starting at the bottom with producers and going up to consumers.

Tracking with Tracker | Wild Kratts

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Come learn about prairie dogs with the Wild Kratts gang. Tracker the Coyote leads Martin and Aviva to Koki's location in a prairie dog town.

Case of the Mystery Hole | Wild Kratts

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Join the gang in an investigation of woodpecker holes. The team has been trying to track down the animal that has been making holes in trees. Aviva suspects a woodpecker, but Chris and Martin aren't so sure, especially after gathering more evidence.

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