Ecologist Jessie Rack is here to teach about earthworm science in the garden!
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When we think about food, most of us care about eating foods that we like and that are going to give us the nutrients we need for the day. But did you know there is a science behind the what and when we eat and how it interacts with our bodies?
Today, with the help of Penny the Cat, I demonstrate how to make a homemade magnifying glass with things you probably have around the house.
The word of the day is biome! You can think of a biome as a “nature zone” – a zone that’s defined by what kind of plants live there.
Today we are exploring the wonderful world of chemistry with an acid-base experiment.
Today’s episode is all about biodiversity!
What’s inside of a flower?
Get ready to learn about the birds and the bees! That’s the story of pollination – when flowers use animals to help them get their pollen from place to place so they can make seeds.
This week, we talk about reptiles and amphibians, and have a very special guest: a real, live horned lizard!
This week is all about the rock cycle: the natural process of rocks being turned into other kinds of rocks.
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