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Foster students’ interest in reading and writing, and encourage positive social skills with this collection of classroom resources from ARTHUR. Aimed at children between the ages of four and eight, these resources feature entertaining and educational activities for use at and away from the computer
Welcome to Odd Squad: the zaniest, craziest team of kid investigators around! Explore content below targeted at making elementary-level math a fun, imaginative experience, mixing concepts like arithmetic and geometry with fantastical storytelling.
Wild Kratts joins the adventures of Chris and Martin Kratt as they encounter incredible wild animals, combining science education with fun and adventure as the duo travels to animal habitats around the globe. Each adventure explores an age-appropriate science concept central to an animal's life and showcases a rarely seen wildlife moment, all wrapped up in engaging stories of adventure, mystery, rescue, and the Kratt brothers' brand of laugh-out-loud-comedy that kids love.
The educational goals of Wild Kratts are to:
1) Teach six to eight-year-old viewers natural history and age-appropriate science by building on their natural interest in animals.
2) Develop and strengthen basic skills of observation and investigation that children will use increasingly as they continue their study of science.
3) Build excitement in science that will remain with them throughout their lives.
Fred the house cat dreams of exploring the great outdoors. Once his family leaves for the day, Fred transforms into Nature Cat, "backyard explorer extraordinaire!"
Enjoy looking through these clips, story segments, interactives, and readers as you do your own exploring with the Nature Cat crew!
Dinosaur Train sparks children's interest in life science and natural history. As they explore a variety of animals, children develop the inquiry skills and knowledge needed to help them think, talk and act like paleontologists.
Dinosaur Train's educational goals are to:
1) Spark children’s interest in science, especially life science, natural science and paleontology.
2) Develop children's inquiry skills to help children think like scientists, by engaging in the following behaviors: asking questions, making observations, making predictions, making connections, forming hypotheses / developing possible explanations, investigating and exploring the natural world, drawing conclusions, and sharing findings with others.
3) Provide core science knowledge to enable children to explore the worlds of life science, natural science and paleontology.
4) Inspire children to visit local science and natural history museums, go on "fossil hunts," and conduct their own explorations and investigations about the natural world.