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What’s an Engineer? + The Engineering Process – Crash Course Kids

In these two Crash Course Kids episodes, Sabrina Cruz explains how engineers design and build things to solve specific problems, like connecting two separate land masses with a bridge, or communicating with people who...

Marion Deuchars’ Let’s Make some Great Fingerprint Art

Not only do we love this short promo by Animade.tv for Marion Deuchars' book Let's Make Some Great Fingerprint Art, but we like the book, too. In the tradition of Ed Emberley, Deuchars inspires kids (and adults) to in...

Explore wastewater treatment with LeVar Burton & Reading Rainbow

How do we use technology to turn human waste into water that we can drink? This Reading Rainbow field trip is an excellent introduction to how we use bacteria, solar power, oxygen, gravity, chlorine, and more to reuse...

The Four Spheres (Geo, Bio, Hydro, & Atmo) with Crash Course Kids

The ground or geo-sphere, water or hydro-sphere, air or atmo-sphere, and life or bio-sphere: Earth and everything on it can be organized into these four distinct yet interconnected subsystems. Knowing more about each ...

Sesame Street: What is Dance?

What is Dance? Hear kids answer this question from their own experiences as these charming illustrations and cut paper characters shake, wiggle, leap, boogie, hula, and play. We love animation styles that hearken ...

ExpeRimental: Microwave cake in a mug + How to make play dough

In this easy ExpeRimental science experiment for kids (and adults who want a cylindrical pancake with their morning coffee), we learn how to make microwave cup-cakes... or really, mug-cakes. And what happens if we ...

ExpeRimental: How to make fizzy bottle rockets

This ExpeRimental episode from The Royal Institution is full of super explosive fun. Danielle and Michael show a group of kids how to make fizzy bottle rockets with some small, sports-capped plastic bottles, some Alka...

Crash Course Kids: Gotta Eat! and Feed Me: Classifying Organisms

Why do we eat and how does what we eat help classify what we are? In these first two episodes from Crash Course Kids, Sabrina Cruz explains why all living things eat. Also, try the simple energy source experiment in ...

ExpeRimental: The Soap Boat Water Experiment

Send molecules flying with this super fun and easy science experiment for kids (and adults): The Soap Boat Water Experiment from The Royal Institution's ExpeRimental series. Comedian Rufus Hound and his son Alby make ...

ExpeRimental: Candle Chemistry

In this episode of ExpeRimental, Lisa and Josh explain the unseen as they make a flame jump through the air. Josh also measures how long it takes for covered candles to extinguish on their own. There's more activity i...

TateShots: Yayoi Kusama’s Obliteration Room

Yayoi Kusama's Obliteration Room is one of the more visually memorable collaborative museum projects in recent memory. Within it, children are invited to cover the white surfaces with dot stickers -- from the walls, t...

ExpeRimental: How to make bouncing eggs

Bounce, crack, dissolve, and make things a bit squidgy with stuff that's already around the house! The latest expeRiment from The Royal Institution is a classic for all ages: Olympia and her daughters, Viola and Elodi...

Design Ah! (デザインあ) introduces kids to design concepts

In 2011, Japan's NHK television network began broadcasting Design Ah!, a Peabody award-winning children's educational program that explores different types of creative thinking for viewers of all ages. With an "Ah" th...

Sesame Street & OK Go: Three Primary Colors

Three Primary Colors (2012): File this instant Sesame Street classic by OK Go under "super-catchy song that we sang all day today". In the archives: Watch more videos from Sesame Street and OK Go.

James Earl Jones recites the alphabet on Sesame Street

There are few voices with this kind of gravitas, so it's no wonder that James Earl Jones was the first celebrity guest on Sesame Street in 1969. Watch as he transforms the alphabet into something rather riveting. D...

Rosetta spacecraft, Philae lander, & an animated history of comets

In preparation for an unprecedented November 12, 2014 landing attempt on Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko, the European Space Agency (ESA) has created a series of animations to introduce our history with comets, as wel...

Straightening teeth with dental braces: An 18 month time lapse

The impact of getting braces has never been as evident as in this 18 month orthodontic time lapse of an 11 year old girl and the alignment of her teeth. Ready... set... straighten! Today's Orthodontics: See what brace...

Brush Brush Brush by Of Montreal

Brush Brush Brush by Of Montreal, animated by Kangaroo Alliance for the season 2 “Teeth” episode of Yo Gabba Gabba.

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