Science: Anytime, Anyplace

Science: Anytime, Anyplace
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Animals: Science: Anytime, Anyplace
Recognizing children's fascination for animals, this program presents a visual feast as the children care for classroom pets. We watch as children take nature walks to find insects, spiders, worms…
Plants: Science: Anytime, Anyplace
Children learn about the similarities found in all seeds, while also discovering the differences which make each seed unique. They plant seeds and observe their germination and the ensuing growth…
The Human Body: Science: Anytime, Anyplace
This program focuses on the human body. Children learn the mechanics - and the importance - of everyday activities, such as brushing their teeth, washing their hands, preparing and eating…
Weather, Light & Shadows - Science - Anytime, Anyplace
Students study weather in all its stillness and fury. They examine and use thermometers and find out why a change in temperature might also mean a change in clothes. Teachers…
Motion & Machines: Science: Anytime, Anyplace
Children learn all about the motion of machines as they embark on a series of entertaining educational experiments. The students find out what a workbench is and soon understand why…
Water & Sand: Science: Anytime, Anyplace
Students observe the ways of water. They play with sinking and floating items, and they fill and empty containers. To learn about the power of water, they make and watch…

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