Hero Elementary Virtual Screening
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We’re sorry to report that the screening tonight has been postponed due to technical difficulties with our streaming arrangements. We are eagerly planning to reschedule in the very near future and will reach out as soon as we have a firm date.
For additional activities, games, and experiments, check out the AZPM Summer Adventure Club at education.azpm.org/kidsclub.
We thank you for your patience and understanding in this new age of virtual events and hope to “see” you soon!
Put on your superhero suit and ready your powers for the virtual screening of Hero Elementary: The Invisible Force, featuring an interactive science experiment led by DaNel Hogan from the STEMAZing project!
To follow along with our interactive experiment at home, you'll need:
2 - 8.5x11 sheets of paper (recycled preferably)
1 - Pair of scissors
2 - Empty aluminum cans
2 - Mugs
(Tip: make sure your mugs are large enough to fit an aluminum can inside)
1 - Straw
This event is a part of AZPM’s newest initiative: the AZPM Summer Adventure Club. The AZPM Summer Adventure Club brings PBS KIDS on-air learning to life through events, virtual screenings, activities, prizes, and more. Join us as we learn, play, watch, and explore this summer! For more information and to join the adventure, visit education.azpm.org/kidsclub/
For more information on STEMAZing, a project of the Pima County Superintendent’s office, visit stemazing.org/.
Kids Club Pre-show Intro
STEMAZing Adventure inspired by Hero Elementary 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/
STEMAZing Adventure inspired by Hero Elementary After - #NoticeWonder
Kids Club Post Show
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