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Introduces some common objects that are blue in color including blueberries, bluebirds, and blue jeans.
Learn about the role of flowers in pollination and spreading plant growth in this walk through how pollen works.
Leaves use sunlight to make energy, and when the sun fades, leaves burst into color.
Simple text and illustrations show circles in everyday objects and actions. Includes an activity.
Dig in to the wondrous world of dirt! In this introduction to soil, young science and nature lovers will discover the components of dirt, how it’s made, and ...
Introduces a variety of sounds and types of communications that are made by animals.
Introduces a number of different animals and the foods they eat.
Describes how different animals get from one place to another.
Introduces a number of different animals and where they live.
Introduces the offspring of a number of different animals.
Introduces varying parts of the anatomy of a number of different animals.
Introduces some common objects that are green in color including plants and frogs.
Learn how plants grow using their roots and sunlight.
Learn about light, and discover how to make reflections, shadows, and rainbows.
Compasses and magnetite, magnetic poles and motors - learn about how magnets affect our lives.
Alex is a marvelous little boy who is just like other people in some ways, such as getting angry sometimes, but also unique because of his special laugh, his ...
Anna explains what she has learned about the parts of the human body from her aunt, the doctor, and by playing doctor with her kitten, Jasmine.
Sam spends a typical day having breakfast with his family, learning and having fun at school, playing with his friend Max, and heading for bed with his dog, ...
While describing his extended family, Matthew shows us where families are the same, even if they look different from the outside. Divorce, step-families, ...
Introduces some common objects that are orange in color including carrots, pumpkins, and basketballs.
Describes all that is involved in growing apples - covering planting, pollination, harvesting, different varieties, and more.
Uses a field trip to a bakery to introduce the process by which baked treats are made. Learn about using flour and yeast to make bread.
Discusses the activities of a dairy farm, describing the machines and the process used to get the milk to our table.
Children visit a fire station and learn how fire fighters do their work.
Examines the instruments that make up an orchestra, their arrangement on the stage, the role of the conductor, and the need of the musicians to practice.
Uses a field trip to the zoo to introduce various zoo animals, their habitats and recreation, and their care.
A seed is like a little package - it has everything that it needs to make a new plant. Learn how tiny seeds can grow into big, leafy foliage.
Learn how plants store food during the winter and carry water up to the leaves through roots and stems.
Introduces some common objects that are red in color including cherries, red licorice, and stop signs.
The rocks you see everyday can be grouped into different types, like igneous, sedimentary, or metamorphic. Some rocks are actually minerals, and you can even ...
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