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Animals live everywhere. They fly over the highest mountains and dive through the deepest oceans. They run across the hottest deserts and swim in the coldest ...
A collection of knock-knock jokes.
A collection of jokes about jobs and workers.
Bears usually sleep through the winter - but not Busy Bear! He wants to play all winter long. Will Busy Bear be able to stay awake until spring? ...
The Hall family needs a new car. Will they find a car that Mom, Dad, Ben, Tommy, Abby, Emma, and Puppy all agree on? ...
Describes some animals that survive extremely cold temperatures and the different ways that these animals stay warm. Some of the animals shown include the ...
Describes some animals that live in low places, who dig, swim, and hide in extreme depths. Some of the animals shown include the aardvark, the green parakeet, ...
Describes some animals that move at extreme speeds when they jump, run, or fly. Some of the animals shown include a kangaroo, a zebra, a lion, and a bald ...
Describes some animals that live in high places, and who fly, climb, and soar to extreme heights. Some of the animals shown include the howler monkey, the ...
Describes some animals that live survive in extreme heat, who lounge in the shade or burrow in the sand. Some of the animals shown include the red-spotted ...
Provides an introduction to the concept of bartering and trading in exchange for goods and services. Includes some historical information.
Describes how long some animals can live. Some of the animals shown include the dromedary camel, the Asian elephant, the box turtle, and the bowhead whale.
Provides an introduction to money, including the use of trading, and the origins of coins and paper money.
Provides a small business scenario using a lemonade stand. Topics discussed include capital, gross profit, net profit, marketing, supply and demand, monopoly, ...
Provides an example of children getting their allowance, and how they decide to spend, save, and donate their earnings.
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