What happens to buried garbage? How does garbage change? What problems does garbage cause? By taking a trip to a recycling center, landfill and town dump, kids will come to understand what happens to trash and garbage after they throw it away. A program that focuses on the environmental problems created by solid waste and offers suggestions for ways to alleviate the problem.
What's cooler than science and learning? Find out more about how important science is in the world as well as how fun and interesting science experiments can be!
When young genius Felix Brainiac teams up with his time-traveling dinosaur pal Big T, the duo sets out on an amazing adventure, going where no kid and dino have gone before, The Solar System!
In a Pickle: Topic: Microbes; Keesha and the class return from vacation to find her prize cucumber has turned into a pickle! Could the Mike Robe gang be to blame? ; Meets Molly Cule: Topic: Molecules; When Wanda's favorite singer, Molly Cule, comes to town and she chooses Ms. Frizzle's class to wash her famous car, the kids discover how to clean the car down to the very last bit. ; Makes a Stink: Topic: Smell; Flora Whiff, the famous expert on smell -- whose nose knows -- comes to school to judge the First Annual Smell Search. Ms. Frizzle s class creates a unique smell that is bound to take first prize.
Ms. Frizzle and her class along with an inventive high-tech bus that invites children on high-flying hijinks that introduce the incredible world of science.
Which attractive force propels the launch of Rock n' Rollercoaster at Disney's Hollywood Studios? Magnetism. In this DVD, the Walt Disney Imagineers demonstrate how they use magnets of all types throughout Disney's theme parks. From magnetic connectors that direct guests through attractions like The Seas With Nemo and Friends to playing back sound through audio speakers in Pirates of the Caribbean, Imagineers employ the forces of magnetism in a variety of ways.
Looks at how plants have adapted to different environments and at various ways they are germinated and spread their seeds or spores.
Safety Smart Science with Bill Nye the Science Guy explores the science of safety by going behind the scenes at Underwriters Laboratories and discovering how products that use electricity are fire-tested to ensure they meet safety standards. By explaining the science of fire, including the roles heat, fuel, and oxygen play, Bill demonstrates how fire can be helpful as well as destructive.
Collection of all 46 Schoolhouse rock! songs on the topics of science, multiplication, money, American history and English grammar. Plus, the new song "I'm gonna send your vote to college" about the American electoral college.
Divided into segments, this program is designed to reinforce and support a viewer's comprehension and retention of these terms through use of video footage, photographs, diagrams and colorful, animated graphics and labels. Kids will see and hear the terms used in a variety of contexts providing them with a model for how to appropriately use the words. Related words are also used and reinforced with visuals and text.
In the brand-new, 2016, high-definition program, learn all about the human skeletal and muscular systems. What are the main functions and components of the skeletal system? What are the types of bones in the skeletal system? What are muscles? What are the different types of muscles in our bodies, and what are their jobs? The answers to all of this are covered in depth with detailed graphics, diagrams and exciting video.
Sid and his friends learn about the world around them by observing, comparing, measuring, and other fun ways to get answers to questions and solve problems. Watch as Sid finds out why his shoes are shrinking, how his grandmother knows exactly when the pancakes are done, how his banana got mushy, and what makes his popsicle melt.
Get ready for exciting up-to-the-minute, high-definition video of the latest discoveries in the world of science. Whether it be the latest advances in technology or medical research, this video brings it to children courtesy of the National Science Foundation. Young viewers will be inspired, empowered and challenged.