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Science is how we learn about the world around us. Scientific discovery is based on curiosity, which young children have so much of! Their desire to explore and their constant questions about the world make them natural scientists.

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Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star

Sing along to Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star.
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Recycling Aluminum Cans

Cans go to a plant to get made into new cans.
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Plays: 368

WOTS: Engineer

Murray explores the word "engineer."
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Oscar's Trash Launch

Use force to launch trash in Oscar's can.
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Explore force! Ask your child to push or pull a wagon or stroller. Compare an empty wagon or stroller to one filled with heavy objects. Which one takes more force to push or pull?
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Train Track Engineers

Engineer a train track to pick up Grover.
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Be engineers at home! Ask, ?What materials in our house could we use to build a fort we can crawl inside?? Encourage your child to design and build an indoor fort using pillows, chairs, and blankets.
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Cookie's Animal Crackers

Pop the bubbles!
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Name and describe the animal you are looking for in the game. Where do you think it lives? What do you think it eats?
Plays: 664

Super Grover 2.0: Cart Before the Horse

Super Grover 2.0 helps a horse pull his cart.
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Song: Hush Little Baby

Leela sings her niece to sleep.
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Grover Weather Monster

Grover gives us the weather forecast.
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Outdoors with Jason Mraz

Jason Mraz sings about being outdoors.
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Outdoors is a great place to look for colors and shapes! Go outside with your child and talk about some of the shapes and colors that you find.
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Elmo in the Sky

Elmo imagines himself in the sky.
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With your child, look up at the sky during the day and draw a picture of what you see. Look up at the sky again at night and draw another picture. How is the sky different during the day and at night?

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