Exploring solids, liquids, and gases.
Water commonly exists in three different forms: ice, liquid water, and water vapor. In this video the different phases of water serve as the foundation to teach about solids, liquids, and gases. Other common everyday examples of solids, liquids, and gases are also featured. Concepts and terminology: particles, volume, shape, and temperature.
Exploring energy and heat.
Energy is all around. This fast-paced, engaging program highlights the many and varied forms of energy. Real-life examples of energy provide relevance and meaning to students. Special emphasis is paid to heat energy and how it can be measured. Concepts and terminology: energy of motion, light, sound, electrical energy, heat, and thermometer.
Size, weight, density, color, and texture are just a few of the ways we describe things around us. This fast paced instructive program highlights the many ways matter is characterized. Special attention is also given to some of the ways matter is measured. Concepts and terminology: characteristic, physical, chemical, density, particles, and weight.
From enjoying the warmth of a fire to baking a cake, we benefit from chemical changes on a regular basis. This colorful program illustrates and explains numerous examples of chemical changes. It also takes a look at some of the common characteristics of reactions that occur chemically. Concepts and terminology: physical change, chemical change, reaction, color change, gas, and heat.
The Wiggles. Furry tales
The Wiggles are 'eggcited' with 21 wiggly songs about their animal friends. 'The Corroboree Frog' will have children croaking with fun while the 'Bunny Hop' is a 'hare-raising' experience! Jump and sing along with 'The Monkey Dance' and then there's 'Say the Dance, Do the Dance' which is the catchiest song kids will ever hear!
Caillou's garden adventure.
Join Caillou as he explores everyday life, where ordinary daily events spark his imagination. Children are inspired by Caillou's pretend play, and will join in the role-playing fun where beds become boats, and a garden becomes a jungle. Features six adventures, including: Caillou Can Compost, Caillou's Tree, Caillou Saves Water, and In the Garden.
Wild Kratts. Bugging out
Creature teachers Chris and Martin Kratt will take families along on extraordinary animal-powered adventures. The show transforms the Kratt Brothers into animated versions of themselves, allowing the real-life zoologists to visit wild animals in their little-seen habitats and showcase key science concepts.
Max & Ruby. Everybunny loves spring!.
Get ready to hop into the spring season with Max and Ruby! Ruby thinks she has a lot to teach her little brother, Max, but he's got his own big ideas. Enjoy their sweet springtime sibling rivalry in these twelve funny bunny adventures!
Troe iz prostokvashino i drugie istorii Three from Sour Cream Village & other stories
Includes the funny adventures of a serious boy named "Uncle" Fedor, a sly cat named Matroskin, and a simple-minded dog named Sharik. Also includes cartoons about a Japanese fairytale, a penguin playing blind man's bluff, a boy with a vivid imagination, and a rabbit.
Bremenskie muzykanty i drugie istorii Bremen's musicians & other stories
"Bremenskie muzykanty" is a musical based on the fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm about 4 animals who set out for the town of Bremen to start life anew as musicians and end up residing happily in the cottage of three robbers. "Po sledam Bremenskikh muzykantov" is a sequel to the 1st story that follows the adventures of Bremen characters. "Kot v sapogakh" is based on the fairy tale by Ch. Perrault about Puss in boots. "Gribok-Teremok" is a story about a mushroom that shelters animals from the rain. "Kot, kotoryĭ umel petʹ" is a story about a cat who knew how to sing and in the evening he would sing for his lady, cat who preferred to watch TV day and night.
A practical program that stresses some of the fundamental essentials to maintaining body health. Everyday examples of healthy habits teach students how they can prevent sickness, and other health problems. Special emphasis is placed on life-long hygiene practices. Concepts and terminology: disease, sickness, hand-washing, germs, teeth brushing, sleep, nutrition, and annual physical.
A ball flying through the air, a deer walking in the woods, and a flowing river - these are all examples of moving things. This action-packed video explores the characteristics of things in motion. Special attention is given to the forces that initiate and change the movement of things. Concepts and terminology: motion, push, pull, force, direction, and speed.
Gravity is all around us. This interesting program introduces students to the force of gravity by using easy-to-understand examples of this force at work. The role of gravity in our solar system is also explored. Concepts and terminology: force, gravity, attraction, orbits, and tides.
The Gladys Aylward story
"With war raging about her and soldiers closing in, the wounded missionary Gladys Aylward (as portrayed in the movie, "The Inn of the Sixth Happiness) sets out on the most difficult journey of her life--a 100 mile trek over the mountains to a safe haven. But it's not her own safety that concerns this little woman with big faith. It's the safety and well being of the 100 orphaned children in her care."--Container.
The William Tyndale story
William Tyndale tops king Henry VIII's "Most Wanted" list in 1535 and is being pursued across Europe by the king's bounty hunters. William's "crime" is translating the Bible into English for the common people. This episode follows William's adventures as he worked in secret, moving from town to town as a fugitive to avoid capture. Friends and allies help him along, but enemies may be lurking around any corner.
The Berenstain Bears : ultimate collection
Set in the rolling hills of Bear Country, this animated comedy stars a fun loving family of honey Bears whose love, loyalty and humor allow them to overcome any obstacle that finds its way down to their sunny dirt road. The funny, familiar experiences of this bear family instill timeless life lessons and reflect the traditional community values of country life. Enjoy this special collection with over two hours Brother Bear fun!
North America. The Savage edge.
The water edge is America's final frontier. Here human civilization and untamable wilderness collide on a razor's edge. Just a few feet off Miami's crowded beaches, astounding aerials reveal a massive migration of tens of thousands of sharks. Those who live on America's edge must face the savage forces that storm in from the sea. Our crew braved the elements to film the landfall of one of the most powerful hurricanes to hit the American coast in ways it's never been seen before. From Peregrine Falcons that fiercely defend the stark cliffs of California... to a band of maverick dolphins that have learned to hunt by chasing fish onto land, join us as we go inside the explosive collisions that define the continent's coasts.
North America. Born to be wild.
North America: Born to Be Wild takes viewers on an extraordinary journey through the wildest places in North America - from the snow-capped mountains of the north to the steamy jungles of the south, from the storm battered plains of America's heartland to the parched deserts of the west. Up close we meet an incredible array of wildlife, both familiar and exotic, that lives right here in our backyard. Wolves and whales, snakes and sea turtles, monkeys and mountain goats are all neighbors in this grand landscape. Through epic cinematography and compelling storytelling we experience their struggle for survival in this land of extremes.
North America. Learn young or die.
North America: Learn Young or Die explores the extreme upper reaches of this vast continent. Here in North America are some of the world's tallest peaks. Storm battered at the top they give way to dense forests that are filled with extraordinary wildlife and the tallest and oldest trees on the planet. Through both epic and intimate cinematography, we enter the secret world of America's most remote places where survival is a daily battle. From avalanche-dodging Grizzlies to head-bashing Big Horn, from elusive Mountain Lions to cunning Coyote, from winter's deep freeze to summer's deadly fires, we witness the extremes and the wonders of North America's mountains and forests.
North America. Outlaws and skeletons.
"North America: Outlaws and Skeletons explores the 500,000 square miles of desert in North America's Southwest. In this parched land, water drives all life. From Utah's Great Salt Lake to the Gran Desierto of Mexico, plants and animals fight for survival using astounding adaptations. Spadefoot toads emerge from the bone-dry earth after waiting 10 months for a rare desert rainstorm. Harris hawks work as a team to capture prey among the spines of towering saguaro cacti. California condors battle back from the brink of extinction in Arizona's Grad Canyon. In the barren landscape west of the Rocky Mountains, life has not only fond a way to survive - it has flourished."--Backcover of container.
North America. No place to hide.
"North America: No Place to Hide opens with a dramatic wolf and bison hunt, shot in intimate close ups and sweeping Cineflex aerials like it's never been seen before. Macro photography takes us into the hidden world of a male jumping spider and his search for love in this endless ocean of grass. A world of extreme storms and unpredictable blizzards, this land tests all those who set foot in it. From bunker building prairie dogs to the fastest land animals on the continent, the fight to survive shapes all those who dare call this unforgiving place home."--Backcover of container.
North America. Revealed.
To film North America our film crews spent 3 years traveling across the length and breadth of this vast continent. With over 2800 days in the field - covering 8 countries and nearly 30 US States - this episode shows what it took to reveal the full wonders of North America as never before. Many of our shoots tested the crews to their mental and physical limits, whether it was trekking across the Rockies' bone chilling peaks in the middle of winter in the search of mountain goats, filming hugely elusive animals like jaguars and mountain lions, or getting close to battling bull bison. But perhaps the most dangerous mission of all was when one team went head to head with Hurricane Irene, the biggest storms of the decade.
This fascinating program helps students understand the basics of heredity. Acquired traits and inherited traits are defined and contrasted. Special emphasis is placed on some easy to understand human traits that are inherited. Concepts and terminology: characteristics, traits, and inheritance.
What's up, NASA?. 12.2013.
Get ready for exciting, up-to-the-minute video of what's happening at NASA. Whether it is the latest launch, mission, or new discovery, this video brings it to you with incredible picture and sound! Each month, this video magazine will bring the thrill of space exploration to all!
Scooby-Doo! and the vampires
The vampire strikes back: Vampires victimize Scooby and the gang during the new Hex Girls music video shoot.
Sesame Street. Be a good sport
Learning how to be a good sport can be hard for little monsters. When Elmo takes a game of Hot Potato too seriously, he hurts Abby's feelings. Can Leela help Elmo learn not to be a sore loser and that winning isn't everything? Then, Abby uses magic to make Elmo an amazing basketball player. He really has game. But Elmo realizes he wants to learn to play on his own and feel proud.
Angelina Ballerina. On with the show.
The stage is set for big performances and lots of fun. When Ms. Mimi loses her voice, her class finds ways to communicate through music. After a musical mishap, AZ doesn't miss a beat and discovers another way to keep tempo. Gracie learns an important lesson about finding inspiration, and Angelina and Polly set the stage for a perfect celebration for their dad.
The Augustine story
Animated story of the life, career, and influence of Saint Augustine.
The John Bunyan story
If only John would agree to stop preaching Gospel that goes against the state church, he would walk out of prison a free man! Why does he stay in jail and how will he continue to serve his Lord in this horrible place? Find out in this episode.
The Perpetua story
Perpetua, a young mother living in Carthage in 206 AD, is put in prison for believing in Christianity instead of praying to the Roman gods. When she is offered a deal in exchange for her freedom, she sets events in motion that will be an inspiration to Christians for centuries to come.
The Richard Wurmbrand story
In Communist war-torn Romania, Pastor Richard Wurmbrand chooses to speak up for Christ, placing his own life and the lives of his family in great danger. His choice lands him in a communist prison, where his faith is put to the ultimate test.
The Samuel Morris story
Describes the life and work of Samuel Morris, born Kaboo, prince of the Kru tribe in what is now Liberia. After being saved from torture and death at the hands of a different tribe, he became a follower of Christ and traveled to the United States to increase his knowledge of Christianity and the Bible.
The William Booth story
Pub owners and their hired thugs are ready for William Booth and his ragtag followers when they come marching into London's East End. With clubs and rocks, the thugs are set to chase this preacher out of town for good. But Booth and his 'Salvation Army' are not dissuaded! Armed only with Bibles, musical instruments, and their faith in God, they march in to face their most dangerous opponents so far. Who will win the spiritual battle for the hurting souls of this forgotten corner of London?
The Jim Elliot story
"Jim Elliot spent his youth preparing to share the Gospel with those who'd never heard it. But nothing could have prepared him for the dangers and challenges he'd face in the jungles of Ecuador."--Container.
Wiggles. Wiggly Halloween
Trick or Treat! It is time for a Wiggle Halloween! Anthony, Emma, Lachy and Simon will entertain your little ones with this Halloween special filled with new and favorite Halloween times! Sing along with A Friendly Little Spider, rattle your funny bones when you do the Skeleton Scat, and move and groove with new friend Mumbles the Monster! It is a real treat to join in on this Halloween celebration with the Wiggles, Dorothy, Wags, Henry and Captain Feathersword. Let's have a Wiggly Halloween!
Max's chocolate chicken --and more stories by Rosemary Wells
Morris's disappearing bag: Everyone in Morris's family is pleased with their Christmas presents, except Morris.
Teeny-tiny and the witch-woman --and more spooky Halloween stories.
Perfect for Halloween set-ups, Scholastic presents five slightly scary stories. Witches, ghosts, and goblins are not so scary in a kid-friendly Halloween collection.
The human body is capable of amazing things. This captivating program explores some of the fascinating features of the body. Special attention is given to the healthy maintenance of growing bodies. Concepts and terminology: body systems, cells, tissues, organs, health, and body needs.
What is light?
What is light? What are some of the ways we use light? This program helps students develop a basic understanding of these difficult questions. The fundamental characteristics of light are highlighted. Real life examples of things that produce light are described, as well as some of the many ways we use light. Concepts and terminology: night, day, solar energy, and reflect.
Almost every second of the day you are surrounded by sounds. Through easy-to-understand examples, this program helps students grasp how sounds are formed and how sound travels. Special attention is given to the different characteristics of sounds and how we sense sounds. Concepts and terminology: vibrations, ears, volume, and pitch.
Saving a species. Killer whale, shark, dolphin
Hear compelling stories about some of our planet's most endangered animals, and their issues of conservation in this Emmy? Award-Winning Saving a Species series from SeaWorld and Busch Gardens. Includes: The Killer Whale Story, The Shark Story and the Whale and Dolphin Story.
The Saddle Club. Friends forever
The arrival of beautiful, mysterious French Junior Champion Dorothee Doutey at Pine Hollow causes rumors and sparks to fly. What is her secret? And why doesn't she want anything to do with her beautiful horse, Hugo? The Saddle Club sets out to bring rider and horse together again, but then disaster happens. An equine infection threatens the Pine Hollow Stables, and the Saddle Club must race against time to save their horses. Will this mean the end of Pine Hollow?
Henry Ford and the automobiles that changed America.
Henry Ford was an American industrialist, the founder of the Ford Motor Company, and sponsor of the development of the assembly line technique of mass production. Ford developed and manufactured the first automobile that many middle class Americans could afford to buy.
Dinosaur train. I [love] dinosaurs.
Dinosaur Train embraces the fascination that preschool children have with both dinosaurs and trains while sparking an interest in science.
Cat in the hat knows a lot about that!. Let's celebrate!
The Cat, along with Nick and Sally, help make chocolate at Princess Lotta-Chocka's Coco-a-licious, and it's the best chocolate ever!
The adventures of Chuck & friends. Trucks versus wild
Jump into Trucks Versus Wild with Chuck and his pals Digger, Boomer, Rowdy, Soku, Biggs, and Handy. Chuck likes to celebrate good friends and good fun, and these ten episodes feature new adventures in titles like Beach Blanket Uh-Oh and The Checkup while reinforcing themes of staying safe and being healthy.
The Berenstain Bears. Family values.
Brother and Sister adopt one of Farmer Ben's new puppies and soon discover that having a pet is a big responsibility. When the two pet owners leave to play with friends, the puppy stays behind and destroys the living room. As a result, the puppy is banished to the backyard. Brother and Sister apologize for neglecting their duties and Mama and Papa decide to give the cubs and the puppy a second chance.
Chuggington. Special helper Wilson.
In these six traintastic episodes, plus a bonus Badge Quest episode, Hoot and Toot learn to take turns and work as a team. Emery learns that teasing can be unkind, and Wilson, Brewster and Koko showcase kindness and helpfulness. There are special songs, smashed pumpkins, quiz questions and a new paintjob, too. In this heartwarming collection of fun and friend-filled adventures, the trainees complete their daily tasks and learn lessons of timeless value.
Sid's pet project!.
Sid gets the chance to babysit his Grandma's dog, Philbert this weekend! He's excited because this is his opportunity to show his mom and dad that he is able to care for his own pet. Sid has a problem though-he doesn't know what to do! Find out how Sid handles pet-sitting for the weekend!
Tickety toc. The unstoppable, unpoppable bubble.
Our comedic heroes Tommy and Tallulah test McCoggins' new unpoppable bubble formula! But soon an unpoppable bubble becomes so large it engulfs the whole town! Will the town be rescued from the extra-large and extra-strong bubble?