Chip Taylor Communications



Subject: Science: Natural & Physical

Children Ask Why Series

Why this? Why that? Kids naturally ask a lot of questions, and this series of engaging, live action programs has been produced not only to help younger children discover the answers to 40 carefully selection questions, but also to encourage them to think independently and to heighten their curiosity. Released in association Click for more

Children Ask About Animals 1 & 2

Children Ask About Animals 1 & 2

A combined version of Children Ask About Animals 1 & 2 is available.
Children Ask About Animals 1
Children learn the answer to six questions about animmals in this program, including: Why Do Squirrels Collect Nuts? Why Do Birds Have Feathers? Why Do Birds Have Beaks? Why Do Bunnies Wiggle Their Noses? Why Do Cats Have Whiskers? Why Do Dogs Sniff?
Children Ask About Animals 2
Children learn the answer to six more questions about animals in this program, including: Why Do Animals Have Tails? Why Do Spiders Spin Webs? Why Do Animals Sleep in a Barn? Why Are Some Eggs Brown and Some Are White? Why Can't Fish Live Out of Water? Why Do Camels Have Humps? 05/09DE P 30 min.





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