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  • Muppets Big Bird, Abelardo, Grover, Bert, Ernie, Cookie Monster, Pancho Contrera, and Lola.

    Plaza Sésamo

    DCMP is proud to offer Plaza Sésamo, the Spanish-language version of Sesame Street! Captioned for deaf and hard of hearing children, Plaza Sésamo teaches basic literacy and numeracy and helps children gain a better understanding of the world around them.

  • Nate Heck stands before the logos for Artrageous with Nate, PBS, DCMP and WFYI.

    Artrageous with Nate

    Nate Heck, host of the Emmy award-winning program Artrageous with Nate, has an inspiring message for us about the importance of accessible media. Watch it, pass it on, and then introduce your kids to Artrageous!

  • Several teens stand smiling at a large news desk that says Teen Kids News.

    Teen Kids News

    The Emmy award-winning news show for kids, Teen Kids News, is now available with description and captions!

  • A cartoon of boxy shaped animals: A chicken, elephant, and lion.

    Zoobabu

    A playful lively box and dozens of lighthearted animals collaborate to bring you this funny animated guessing game. Step by step, hint by hint, the box will give the clues to find out which animal is hiding inside the box. Early learners will love Zoobabu!

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  • Image from How to Do a Science Fair Project: Overview

    How to Do a Science Fair Project: Overview - 2015 - 3 minutes

    Scientists at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory conduct scientific investigations and engage in the engineering design process as part of their everyday operations. In this segment, they offer an overview of the five steps involved in creating science fair projects. Part of the “How to Do a Science Fair Project” series.

  • Image from How to Do a Science Fair Project: Get Your Idea and Do Some Research

    How to Do a Science Fair Project: Get Your Idea and Do Some Research - 2015 - 4 minutes

    Scientists at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory give tips on how to come up with a unique idea for a science fair project. In this segment, they encourage students to look around and ask questions about what they see. This can include observations about patterns, shapes, and behaviors. Part of the “How to Do a Science Fair Project” series.

  • Image from How to Do a Science Fair Project: Ask a Testable Question

    How to Do a Science Fair Project: Ask a Testable Question - 2015 - 5 minutes

    Scientists at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory discuss how to turn observations into a testable question. In this segment, they give examples of possible testable questions for students to use when thinking about their science fair project. Part of the “How to Do a Science Fair Project” series.

  • Image from How to Do a Science Fair Project: Design and Conduct Your Experiment

    How to Do a Science Fair Project: Design and Conduct Your Experiment - 2015 - 5 minutes

    Scientists at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory discuss the importance of variables and design when conducting science fair projects. In this segment, they instruct students to conduct the experiment multiple times, and each trial should repeat in exactly the same manner. Part of the “How to Do a Science Fair Project” series.

  • Image from How to Do a Science Fair Project: Examine Your Results

    How to Do a Science Fair Project: Examine Your Results - 2015 - 7 minutes

    Scientists at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory detail how to check the results once the experiment is completed. In this segment, they tell students to look for trends and draw conclusions from their data. They also encourage students to examine their data for possible influences from factors not part of the experiment. Part of the “How to Do a Science Fair Project” series.

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