Fun at Home with Austin PBS KIDS!
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Thank you for joining the first Austin PBS KIDS OVEE event! We'll feature a clip from PBS KIDS' newest show HERO ELEMENTARY, have a hands-on activity for the kids, story time with a local Austin PBS KIDS Writers Contest winner and share tips for parents to keep everyone at home happy, safe and excited about learning while playing."
Dr. Benjamin Kramer, Austin PBS - OVEE Intro
Hero Elementary FULL EPISODE! | Hatching a Plan / The Invisible Force | PBS KIDS
When an egg hatches and an unfamiliar bird emerges, Sparks’ Crew vows to reunite the young bird with its parents. After some trial and error, they observe similarities and differences between young animals and their parents to find the baby bird’s family. Curriculum: Young animals are very much like their parents, but there are differences as well as similarities that can be observed. When the decorations of a young girl’s birthday party are suddenly whisked away, Sparks’ Crew wonder if this is the work of InvisiGirl. But once investigating further, they learn that something more natural might be the cause of this mayhem. Curriculum: There is so much to investigate, beyond what can be seen; forces of nature, such as the wind, can push objects. Watch and play more games at pbskids.org or download the *FREE* PBS KIDS Video and Games app at pbskids.org/apps/
Kids Windsock Experiment
A fun experiment for kids to learn about the 'invisible force' of wind.
Dr. Benjamin Kramer, Austin PBS - Story Intro
Jaelen C. - "Why Does Everything Have Nuts???"
"Why Does Everything Have Nuts???" by Jaelen C. received 1st place for 1st grade in the 2020 Austin PBS KIDS Writer's Contest. www.klrukidswriterscontest.org/kids-writers-contest-2020/first-grade-entries/1stgr-jaelen-c/
Dr. Benjamin Kramer, Austin PBS - Resources
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