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Increasing and Decreasing Energy
This resource provides sample activities for teachers to use in helping students to identify and investigate the effects of increasing and decreasing amounts of light, heat, and sound energy on an object.
Weathering and Decomposition
A Tier 1 earth science instructional resource for grade 3
A Tier 1 earth science instructional resource for grade 1.
Energy Transfer Through Food Chains
A Tier I life science instructional resource for grade 1.
Investigating and Comparing Life Cycles
A Tier I life science instructional resource for grade 3
Motion of the Ocean | Nature Cat
Sing along with Nature Cat, Nature Dog, and their friends and learn about how the ocean currents work with this “Motion of the Ocean” song! From the Nature Cat: Ocean Commotion special.
How to Travel Around the World | Nature Cat
In this fun clip from Nature Cat: Ocean Commotion, Nature Dog and Sputnik form an unlikely alliance to rescue Mr. Chewinsky and in the process, they find out whether it’s possible to travel around the world using only the ocean currents.
Nature Cat | The Treasure of Bad Dog Bart
While digging a hole to bury his bone, Hal uncovers Bad Dog Bart's treasure map. Legend has it that Bag Dog Bart stole the neighborhood dogs' toys, and buried them in a treasure chest for himself!
States of Matter Fitness
In this 3rd through 5th grade video, students use their science knowledge and apply it using physical activity! Learning about the stages of matter, solid, liquid and gas, students perform an exercise for each as the teacher calls out an object such as soup or fog.
Activity: I Wonder | Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood
This activity from The Fred Rogers' Company helps develop curiosity and confidence in asking questions. Children will finish the sentence "I wonder . . . " in order to create a dialogue about how the world works.
Storytime | Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood
Mom reads Daniel a bedtime story about Super Stanley. Teach kids that their body needs rest in order to grow.
Oopsy! | Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood
O the Owl drops a pile of books, and Daniel helps put them back on the shelf. Teach kids to help each other, and remind them that tasks can be completed faster if they have a friend helping!
Farmer Daniel | Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood
While Daniel and O the Owl are playing pretend, they imagine that they are real farmers. Pretend playing helps kids learn responsibilities. Encourage kids to take on different roles, so that they can better understand others' perspectives.
What Else Could I Be? | Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood
Daniel imagines that he dresses up as different things. Encourage kids to take on multiple roles while playing pretend.
Cloud Animals | Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood
Grandpere and Daniel look at the sky to find cloud animals! Teach kids to use their imaginations and find clouds that look similar to animals or objects.
Daniel Dresses Up | Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood
Daniel and his friends are deciding what they want to wear for Dress Up Day. Daniel finds the shirt, scarf, and hat that he needs to be Tigey the Adventure Tiger. Costumes are fun when playing pretend and taking on roles! Encourage kids to wear costumes when they are pretending.
It's Snowing! | Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood
The Tiger family sings about how each snowflake is different and special, just like people. Remind kids why they are special and unique. It is important that they feel loved!
Hello, Ducky! | Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood
After a lot of waiting, Daniel and his friends see their new class pet hatch. Remind kids that they need to have patience when they are waiting. To pass the time, singing, counting, or dancing are great distractions.
Waiting for Show and Tell | Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood
Mom shows Daniel that there are lots of things to do while you wait! Teach kids techniques to make waiting easier. Singing can help pass the time quickly.
When You Wait | Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood
While you wait, there are lots of things that you can do to pass the time. Remind kids to use their imaginations when they are waiting. Whether it is playing a game or singing, time will pass by more quickly if kids are active.