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Addition/subtraction

Karen has 5 oranges. Amy has 2 oranges. How many more oranges does Karen have than Amy?

Good job, you’re right! Karen has 3 more oranges than Amy!

I’m sorry, that’s not quite right – try again!

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Addition/subtraction

Karen has 5 oranges. Amy has 2 oranges. How many more oranges does Karen have than Amy?

Good job, you’re right! Karen has 3 more oranges than Amy!

I’m sorry, that’s not quite right – try again!

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Aircraft Situation Display

The Aircraft Situation Display provides information about airplanes flying over the United States at any moment. Each dot on the screen represents an airplane in flight. Can you guess how many airplanes are shown on this map? Touch the answer button to find out. If you guessed 9 airplanes -- you’re right! For every one of those airplanes, the ASD knows its identification number, location, speed, direction, and altitude.

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Blues Clues/ford

Welcome to the Parent Zone. Parents. Visit www.clueinto safety.com and take your place up front. The Front Seat section of the Clue into safety website is reserved just for you. It’s all part of an important safely project brought to you by Ford, in cooperation with Blue’s Clues. You’ll find a wealth of useful tips that can help you keep your kids super-safe. www.clueintosafety.com is your personal safety source and a great way to get started talking to your child about safety.

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Bus Safety Rules

Hey kids...Be cool and follow these rules. Remember, school bus safety starts with you every morning and every afternoon. So just keep these 10 rules in mind. They’re easy to learn and simple to follow. And they start before the bus ever stops. So be cool...and follow these rules. First, be on time for the bus. Second, never run to or from the bus. Third, stand back from the curb. Fourth, don’t push or shove. Fifth, stay in your seat. Sixth, don’t yell or shout. Seventh, always obey the driver. Eight, wait for the driver’s signal before crossing. Ninth, always cross at least 10 feet in front of the bus. And tenth, never crawl under the school bus.

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Christopher Columbus

Christopher Columbus was born in Italy in 1451 during the Renaissance (“rebirth”) period. He lived in Genoa, which was a busy port. Christopher went to sea when
he was 13. He sailed a wooden ship, and he learned to navigate using the sun and stars and a compass. He loved sailing and was an excellent sea captain.Christopher Columbus wanted to sail west, and he hoped to reach China. He did not realize just how BIG the Earth was. Before he could set out to explore the world, though, he had to have some help. Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand of Spain gave him money and sailors. Columbus had three ships,the Nina, the Pinta, and the Santa Maria
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Clifford Cd Rom

Everybody loves Clifford on CD-Rom! Clifford and his pals make learning BIG fun with these CD-ROMS packed with exciting adventures, which help kids practice reading, memory skills critical thinking and more! Available where software is sold or at www.scholasticstore.com.

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Cub Scout Handbook

Throughout the pages of this book, Akela will guide you to your place in the pack. Along the Wolf trail, you will learn the Cub Scout Promise and the Law of the Pack. You will learn new skills. You will try new things. Akela, your guide, will help you begin your exciting trail through Cub Scouting, and onward to the Webelos den.

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Disney Interactive Learning Software

Welcome to the Disney Interactive Learning series of software.

Disney Interactive's Toddler series, featuring Mickey Mouse and Winnie the Pooh for children aged 18 months to 3 years. Mickey Mouse and Winnie the Pooh Kindergarten provide challenging educational activities for children aged 4 through 6, all in an atmosphere of gentle encouragement. Preschoolers aged 2 through 4 can join Mickey Mouse and Winnie the Pooh for educational fun and challenge in Disney Interactive's Preschool series.

Children 5 to 8 can take an educational trip to Infinity and Beyond with Buzz Lightyear in Buzz Learning Grades 1 and 2.

Disney Interactive's Ready to Read and Ready for Math make learning the basics rewarding and fun for children aged 4 through 6.

Visit Disney Interactive's Learning web site for more information about the Learning Software Series. Register online to receive important information from Disney Interactive. Click here to learn about special promotions.

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Great Island Cd-rom Game

For 2000 years the Great Island World has prospered. I, the Good Queen, brought happiness and sunlight into this once bleak and dismal land. During the Battle of Darkness and Light, I was able to defeat the Evil Sorcerer, sending him into exile. But evil is returning to this peaceful place. The evil sorcerer is free once more to wreak havoc on my people. I must gather my allies together to fight this demon wizard. Good prevail over the evil shadows of annihilation.

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Jupiter (kids)

Jupiter is by far the largest planet in our Solar System. The Earth could fit inside Jupiter more than 1000 times. It also has more gravity than the planet Earth. In fact, if you weigh 70 pounds on earth, you would weigh 185 pounds on Jupiter.

Jupiter's great red spot, visible in the picture to your right, is where a giant storm has been raging for at least 300 years. This red spot is also called "The Eye of Jupiter" because of its shape.

Did you know Jupiter has rings? They are faint and are only able to be viewed when Jupiter passes in front of the Sun. This is because the light from the Sun lights them up for us to see here on Earth. There are three rings in all. They are named Gossamer, Main and Halo.

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Kids Atv 1

Every day is an adventure with Activity TV. It’s the place to be for hundreds of Awesome activities in dozens of categories! Cartooning to magic to cooking and more – ready for you day or night. This month learn some gross out magic. Watch closely as Ryan teaches you to perform the severed finger trick!

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Kids Atv 2

Welcome to Activity TV Gross Out Puppet Theater. Everyone knows its fun to play with your food – but what about your utensils?? Well today, you’re going to learn how to make your own dirty spoon puppets!

Sometimes we use tools that require adult supervision. So have fun creating these projects with an adult helper!

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Learn To Spell

Type in the letters to complete the word boy. The boy rode his bike to the park. Then click Check.

Type in the letters to complete the word girl. The girl wore a yellow ribbon in her hair. Then click Check.

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Making Candy Video

What exactly goes into candy to make it so sweet and yummy? Join Professor Hoody on a fantastic journey to find out how candy is really made. In Making Candy, the professor’s quantum transporter sends him to a real chocolate factory to explore the candy world. You can just taste the excitement in this candy-coated adventure.

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Making Compound Words

Let’s make some compound words. Put two objects into the machine to make a new word. Click on the lever when you think you have created a compound word. Sun. Sun. Flower. Flower. Sun flower. That’s right! You’re good at this! Now try another one!

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My Fit Kids

This My Fit Kids video shows you how to use elements of dance, hip hop, sports drills, yoga and stretching to create a workout that is uniquely made for kids. This video will keep kids moving, having fun and staying healthy! Well come on, let’s begin!

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Photosynthesis

When it comes right down to it, we all gotta eat. But did you know while we snack away on chips and chocolate bars, that all around us are living things that require just the basics of sunlight, water, and air. Now that's what I call a diet.

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Prefixes Educational Video

The next word part you will learn is the prefix. A prefix is a word part that is attached to the beginning of a word. A prefix changes the meaning of a term. A prefix usually tells where, when or how. Look at some examples of prefixes and their meanings.

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Scholastic News For Kids

This Weeks Scholastic News Cover Story – A Real Education in Money!

Students learn to manage their own businesses.

Tiffany Medina and Jasmine Sutherland eagerly approach loan officer Vanessa Marrero a the Elmwood Bank. Tiffany and Jasmine are Vanessa’s first customer. They take their seats in front of Vanessa’s desk with a loan application in hand. “We have a business and we are trying to get a loan,” the girls explain. Tiffany and Jasmine hope to get startup capital for their business, T&J Picture Frames. “We make picture frames and sell them to the public,” Jasmine says. “If they want, they can get them custom-made. We can put a person’s name on it, or we can design it the way our customer wants it.”

But before Tiffany and Jasmine can get their business off the ground, they need to buy supplies and have enough money to pay the 10 employees included in their business plan. They turned to the bank for a loan. Vanessa looks over their application and asks a few questions. She speaks with her manager, bank president, Horatio Andrean, then returns with good news for the girls: “ I brought your application to my boss, and he approved your loan.” Vanessa writes the girls a check and send them on their way. In return for the loan, Tiffany and Jasmine will repay the bank a 5 percent fee in addition to what they borrowed.

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Sci'squad – Children’s Interactive Assignment

Sci-squad is a top secret, scientific problem-solving agency on call 24 hours a day to handle any kind of science emergency, question, or challenge. Check out the bios section to learn more about us. You can join Sci-squad today by completing the Sci-squad missions. Also check out the extra credit for more cool assignments. Click below to start the missions. Thanks for your help, and good luck!

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Script submitted by FlynnRachelM

Christopher Columbus was born in Italy in 1451 during the Renaissance (“rebirth”) period. He lived in Genoa which was a busy port Christopher went to sea when he was 13. He sailed a wooden ship, and he learned to navigate using the sun and stars and a compass. He loved sailing and was an excellent sea captain.Christopher Columbus wanted to sail west, and he hoped to reach China. He did not realize just how BIG the Earth was.
Before he could set out to explore the world, though, he had to have some help. Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand of Spain gave him money and sailors. Columbus had three ships,the Nina, the Pinta,and the Santa Maria. So in 1492,Columbus and his crew set sail.

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Sound

The thing that a wave is moving through is call the medium. Water can be a medium, like the waves in a pool. Stone can be a medium. Of course air cab is a medium. And that's how sound travels to your ears, by vibrating the particles in the air.

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Space Camp – Space & Rocket Mission

Welcome to Space Camp! Join us on the “Blast off to Camp Sweepstakes”, where we join the US Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama. We’ll train like real astronauts do, perform scientific experiments and participate in a simulated space mission!

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Temperature

Temperature is the measure of the degree of hotness or coldness of a person or object. The word comes from the Greek word “tempera” which means heat. Temperature is recorded using a thermometer, which is usually a thin glass tube with mercury or colored alcohol inside the column. These old-style thermometers work on the principal of the mercury or alcohol expanding and moving up the column when the air around it heats up, and contracting and moving down the column when the air cools. The units on the scale used to measure temperature are called degrees. There are two different systems of measuring: Celsius and Fahrenheit.

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The Boatload of Knowledge

New Harmony (1825-1829): The Boatload of Knowledge
The settlement of New Harmony in Indiana was established to allow its members to pursue the study of the sciences and natural philosophy without the encumbrances of modern, capitalist life. Its founder, social reformer Robert Owen, successfully lured away from Philadelphia an entire community of scientists who at the time were considered the brightest and most promising in the nation, including several founding members of the National Academy of Science. Many of these original settlers traveled by boat together to their new home in a journey that was referred to as the “Boatload of Knowledge.” The community thrived for four years before collapsing amid internal disputes over money. But it did succeed in establishing a western center of scientific discovery at a time when these activities were largely confined to the northeastern states.

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Wright Brothers

Their 12-second flight on Dec. 17, 1903 from Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, forever changed the world. Climb aboard a re-creation of history's first flight and relive the Wrights Brothers' daring quest to fly. Their inventions and ability to lift a machine into the sky dramatically altered the world in which we live, and here you're in the driver's seat to see how they did it. Become a "virtual Wright Brother" and experience what it was really like on their first four flights. Explore four fun fantasy flights and get a sense of how far Orville actually flew in the world's first flight. Come on, take to the skies!

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Wright Brothers

Their 12-second flight on Dec. 17, 1903 from Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, forever changed the world. Climb aboard a re-creation of history's first flight and relive the Wrights Brothers' daring quest to fly. Their inventions and ability to lift a machine into the sky dramatically altered the world in which we live, and here you're in the driver's seat to see how they did it. Become a "virtual Wright Brother" and experience what it was really like on their first four flights. Explore four fun fantasy flights and get a sense of how far Orville actually flew in the world's first flight. Come on, take to the skies!

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