The TreeSchoolers are getting ready for the science fair! As they work on their projects, they'll help your child explore concepts related to:
- forms of matter: solid, liquid, gas
science - scientist - magnet - north - south - repel - attract - wonderful - world - answer - questions - find - Scientific Reasoning Cycle - first - second - third - fourth - reflect - ask - plan - predict - hypothesis - act - observe - report - density - particle - particles - molecule - atom - buoyancy - float - sink - water - freeze - ice - liquid - solid - gas - steam - boiling - H2O - whoa - hydrogen - oxygen - air - wind - feel - thank you - gravity - light - sun - warm - help - important - go - friend - share - you - proud - new - work - try - wonderful - experiment - expert
- Rachel & the TreeSchoolers
- I Wonder (Science)
- Our Wonderful World
- H2O, Whoa!
- Thank You, Air
- Light Dance
- Share It
"Our family loves all the products that Two Little Hands produces. We watch Signing Time, Baby Signing Time, or Rachel & the TreeSchoolers almost every day. As much as we enjoy all of the products, the 'Scientific Reasoning' episode has to be one of our absolute favorites. It touches on MANY areas of science, and it teaches children how to think about problems. This episode is not about memorizing facts; it's about discovering the world around us and figuring out how it works. The music is great, there are a huge number of signs taught that are hard to find elsewhere, and it even keeps the attention of my one year old. My educational background is in engineering, and I still learned some scientific concepts that were new to me. Be sure to check out the bonus features."
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!