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Everyone loves rapping along and learning multiplication with D.J. Doc—the Hip Hop Hamster. Positive lyrics, super-cool rap music, and high-energy action make these multiplication rap songs irresistible. Multiplication facts through 12 are easy to learn and remember with these fun rap songs—a different one for each set of rap facts. Also includes Skip Counting songs. Ages 8 & Up. Approximately 50 minutes.
Penny and Bill know how to shake things up when it comes to counting money and making change. Cool songs and games provide plenty of practice with real-world skills. Learn about coins and how they relate to one another, strategies for counting cash, skip counting, expressing money in written terms, how to make change, and more. You’ll have lots of fun as you gain valuable skills you can bank on. Ages 6 & Up. Approximately 57 minutes.
Weather takes you on a whirlwind tour of Earth’s turbulent atmosphere and reveals the forces that make the day fair or foul. From hurricane, to heat wave, weather is the most closely watched wild card in nature – yet it can still baffle us every day. Run time 60 minutes. Ages 8-12.
Children will fall in love with these wonderful characters as they "Meet the Numbers." Children who watch Meet the Numbers can easily learn their numbers from 0 to 10 in a few days. Designed to teach number characters to babies and toddlers while they are learning to talk. You will be amazed at how easily your little ones can learn their numbers! For ages 9 months to 5 years.
Rock and Mineral shatters the stone's reputation for "rock-solid" permanence. Discover how rocks keep a constantly changing record of the planet’s fascinating history, and see how minerals are at the very core of civilization. Run time 60 minutes. Ages 8-12.
Ocean visits the alien world of the deep, bringing readers face to face with some of the most bizarre creatures on the planet. Ocean inhabitants have always remained mysterious, yet oceans contain 99 percent of the living space on the planet – an enormous habitat for an amazing aquatic population. Run time 60 minutes. Ages 8-12.
Volcano explodes the myths surrounding Earth’s violent nature. Journey to the most inhospitable regions of the planet, where rock melts, and all life trembles. Witness the destructive effects of volcanoes and earthquakes – and the life-giving results of their aftermath. Run time 60 minutes. Ages 8-12.
Here is an original and exciting look at the fascinating natural world of ponds and rivers. Stunning real-life images of fish, water beetles, frogs, underwater weeds, and more offer a unique "eyewitness" view of the natural history of plants and animals that live in and around freshwater habitats. See how a trout develops from its egg, how a dragonfly nymph changes into a dragonfly, what plants look like under the water, and how waterbirds camouflage themselves. Learn how a frog catches its food, why a caddisfly makes a case from sticks and shells, and why kingfisher eggs have no camouflage markings. Discover how to distinguish the difference between toad spawn and frog spawn, how underwater nests are made, how a salmon climbs a weir, which insects can walk on water, and much, much more. Run time 60 minutes. Ages 8-12.
Here is the perfect way to get your child ready for starting school. Young learners will enjoy all of the kindergarten readiness activities, including learning to count objects by color, shape, or a combination of both. Even gifted children will be challenged by advanced colors (maroon, turquoise) and shapes (polygons, ellipses). Colors, Shapes & Counting features the comical adventures of Rollie Roundman, Trollie Triangle, and Rockford Rectangle. These playful characters help preschoolers master basic skills and concepts for the kindergarten classroom through songs, laughter, and games. Children will be so captivated by the bright, action-packed animation and stimulating soundtrack, they’ll want to watch and play along over and over again. Preschoolers will discover polygons, trapezoids, the differences between a square and a rectangle, and more. They will also count objects up to 20. Preschoolers enjoy watching so much that many parents report this is their child’s favorite. This Colors, Shapes & Counting DVD offers an early learning experience that goes beyond picture stories.
Kevin’s science test is coming up. Unfortunately, his study partner called and can’t make it. Marko, a magical pencil, comes to the rescue by taking Kevin to Marko’s Super Science Station. It's perfect way to learn important facts and get ready for a physical science test. Marko the Pencil takes learners on a journey to his Super Science Station, where it’s easy to grasp science concepts. Includes: lab safety, scientific method, molecules, electricity, motion, energy, and much more. Grades 3-8. Approximately 55 minutes.
Want an exciting way to learn important facts and get ready for an earth science test? Marko the Pencil and his friend Terra take learners on a fascinating journey to Marko’s Super Science Station, where it’s easy and fun to understand science concepts and boost test scores. This science DVD covers: the Solar System, weather and the water cycle, types of rocks, properties of minerals, volcanoes and plate tectonics, weathering, and alternative energy. Grades 3-8. Approximately 61 minutes.
Here's an exciting way to learn important facts and get ready for a life science test! Marko the Pencil and his friend Bailey take learners on a fascinating journey to Marko's Super Science Station, where it's easy and fun to grasp science concepts and boost test scores. This science DVD covers: photosynthesis, plant parts, butterfly lifecycle, plant and animal cells, food chains, food webs, and more! Grades 3-8. Approximately 59 minutes.
This entertaining approach to the human body engages young, inquisitive learners, while the depth of material gets older students ready for tests. Join Kevin and his friends Marko and Bailey for an enlightening adventure to explore the skeletal, nervous, muscular, circulatory, urinary, respiratory, and digestive systems, along with the five senses. Clear explanations, beautiful science models, and amusing animations make this DVD perfect for the classroom and home. The read-along stories on this DVD are presented at a slow pace for beginning readers. Grades 4-8. Approximately 52 minutes.
In this action-packed DVD video, amazing and adorable animals inspire children to learn creative movement, motor skills, listening, and following directions. Delightful songs and exciting live footage of more than 60 creatures captivate children as they learn fun facts about animals—where they live, what sounds they make, how to care for pets, and so much more. Ages 3 & Up. Approximately 45 minutes.
Alphabet Al gets young learners out of their seats to exercise their bodies and minds. Fun songs for each letter of the alphabet promote imaginative play and fitness with creative movements like Picking Cherries, Soaring Eagles, and Air Guitar while helping children learn the skills that will prepare them for learning to read. Also includes traditional exercises, such as Jumping Jacks and Windmills. Ages 3-5. Approximately 37 minutes.
Rock ’N Learn Spanish DVD will have you speaking Spanish in no time! Useful vocabulary words and conversational phrases are fun to learn and easy to remember with this musical approach. Energetic performers entertain and motivate learners of all ages. Delayed answers make it easy to check your progress. You’ll even learn important survival phrases. This program may also be used to help teach Spanish-speaking persons to learn English. Approximately 55 minutes. Ages 6 & Up.
Learning math facts doesn’t have to be dull! Now students can “rock out” while they learn addition and subtraction. Upbeat rock music, energetic performers, and colorful action make these super-cool songs favorites with kids of all ages. As they sing along to these add and subtract tunes, kids quickly learn sums up to 18 and differences from 18. Ages 6 & Up. Approximately 40 minutes.
Since the invention of the wheel we have striven to make great machines that would make our lives more productive and efficient, however we will almost certainly never invent a machine as efficient as the human body. Each component of the machine is given in depth attention with the same clarity and insightful touch you have come to expect from the Eyewitness books. There are over 206 bones, half of which are in the hands and feet. A total of 640 muscles contract and exert pressure, working together with our skeleton to turn power and strength into movement and precision. Our bodies are incredibly resilient machines, and conversely life is very fragile. After all, unlike any other, this machine can reproduce itself. Run time 63 minutes. Ages 8-12.
Children will fall in love with these wonderful characters as they "Meet the Letters". A study of more than 50 babies and toddlers, who watched Meet the Letters daily, resulted in over 90% of these children having complete upper and lowercase letter recognition by or before the end of the two-month study. Many learned their letters in less than two weeks! Most impressively, nearly 70% of children under 24 months of age mastered the alphabet. You will be amazed at how easily your little ones can learn their letters! For ages 9 months to 5 years.
Children will fall in love with these wonderful characters as they "Meet the Colors." Children who watch Meet the Colors can easily learn 8 basic colors in a few days. Designed to teach color names to babies and toddlers while they are learning to talk. You will be amazed at how easily your little ones can learn their colors! Features red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, black and white. For ages 9 months to 5 years.
The skeleton is the framework of the body. It supports, moves, and protects, allowing us to walk, run, jump, and swim. Eyewitness Skeleton brings its complexity and ingenuity of design vividly to life. Starting with the human skeleton, it explains how each set of bones functions. It examines in detail the construction of the skull, spine and rib cage, hands, arms, legs, and feet. Comparisons are drawn with the bones of birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish, insects, and mammals. See the 206 different bones in the human body, how your skull differs from a lion's or a chimp's, how teeth grow, and what the inside of a bone looks like. Learn how bones mend themselves when they break, why your hands and feet contain half the bones in your body, how many toes a horse has, and what has happened to the tail you once had. Discover which are the smallest bones in the human body, why some creatures wear their skeletons on the outside, what animal once owned the oldest bones ever found on Earth, and much, much more! 72 pages. Run time 60 minutes. Ages 8-12.
Cool music and fun games build excitement about learning to read. Letter Sounds covers the most common sound that each letter makes. Comes with a full-color illustrated book. By the end of these programs, students are combining letters to read words and even simple sentences. Attention-grabbing music, energetic characters, and action-packed games get kids excited about sounding out letters and learning to read. After a quick review of the alphabet, young learners discover the most common sound that each letter makes. Now, the phonics games really begin! Kids race the clock to say letter sounds before hearing the answers. They'll giggle along as they name the letters heard in silly sentences. Combining letters to make words comes next. And at last, after practicing with common sight words, it's time to read stories composed of simple sentences! The attention-grabbing on-screen mouth shows students how to correctly form each sound. Ages 4-7.
Timothy Time (the clock that rocks) and musical friends Kuku and Digi will have your kids reading watches and clocks in no time. This high-energy DVD teaches children how to tell time using traditional analog clocks with hands as well as digital ones. Cool music, catchy rhymes, and colorful animated action keep kids focused on learning how to tell time. Timothy Time is more than just a lovable character he knows how to clearly explain the concepts of telling time. Unfortunately many kids, even older ones, do not know how to tell time using an analog clock. Telling Time DVD offers the perfect solution. Telling Time starts off easy and gives clear examples along with lots of humor and musical entertainment. Kids learn to tell time to the half hour, quarter hour, five minutes, and eventually to the minute. Provides plenty of practice so that students build their skills every time this program is used. Ages 6 and up.
Students enjoy reading along with four classic tales written at a second-grade level. Fun, simple animation provides entertainment, but does not distract young learners from following along with the words on screen. After each story, students are rewarded by reading and singing a cool, rockin’ song that reviews the story and presents more challenging words. Busy parents love a self-paced program for use at home or during travel. Teachers appreciate an effortless tool that addresses the need for individualized instruction. Kids delight in knowing that they are becoming better readers. Ages 5 & Up. Approximately 35 minutes. Features four classic stories: The Three Little Pigs, The Ugly Duckling, Jack and the Beanstalk, and The Little Red Hen.
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