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Convinced that they’ve never met a human, the TreeSchoolers set out to discover what human bodies do and how they work, inside and out. As they learn about what makes humans special, they start to wonder: Could their friend Rachel actually be…a human?

The Amazing Body explores questions such as:

  • How do our bodies work?
  • What’s inside our bodies?
  • How do our bodies move?
  • How do we use our senses?
  • What makes humans special?

Plus learn 30+ ASL signs!

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    My Amazing Body
    Skills, concepts and values taught in this episode:

    • What humans need to live
    • What human bodies can do
    • Where humans live
    • How humans use their senses
    • How humans are different from one another
    • How to learn (wonder, ask, learn, share)


    • Rachel and the TreeSchoolers
    • I Wonder
    • Humans are Incredible
    • Head, Shoulders, Knees & Toes
    • It’s My Body
    • Simon Says
    • 5 Senses
    • My Amazing Body
    • Share It

    ASL Signs

    see - hear - taste - smell - touch - legs - hands - talk - arms - feet - muscles - stomach - lungs - breathe - think - brain - body - eyes - ears - nose - tongue - fingers - one - two - three - four - five - wonder - food - water - air -family

    Special Features

    • Human Bodies Are Unique
    • Our Amazing Dancers
    • Sign Review
    • Sneak Peek! Animals On Parade

    How are TreeSchoolers videos different from Signing Time videos?

    • The goal of TreeSchoolers is to teach a complete preschool curriculum.
    • The goal of Signing Time is to teach ASL signs.
    • Both shows feature original songs by Emmy-nominated host, Rachel Coleman.
    • Both shows feature ASL signs. Signing Time completely focuses on signing. And since research shows that signing can help preschool children learn and remember new concepts, it was natural to include a handful of ASL signs in TreeSchoolers, too!