TreeSchoolers teaches science through songs and signs to kids 2-8. Your child will explore essential science concepts while learning social skills such as kindness, teamwork, persistence and sharing. Set includes videos and music for:

  • A Rainy Day
  • Plants and Flowers
  • Incredible Insects
  • Awesome Animals
  • The Amazing Human Body
  • Happy, Healthy Me
  • Scientific Reasoning
  • Extraordinary Earth
  • Our Solar System

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    DESCRIPTIONS

    A Rainy Day
    Rain interrupts the TreeSchoolers' plans to play outside. The lightning and thunder scare Abacus Finch. Rachel and the TreeSchoolers show Abacus that understanding something can make it less scary. Along the way, Rachel and her TreeSchooler friends explore questions such as:

    • What is a cloud?
    • Why does it rain?
    • What is lightning?
    • What is thunder?
    • How can we help someone who is afraid feel better?
    • How can I show kindness?

    Plants and Flowers
    Rachel and the TreeSchoolers are getting ready for the Flower Fair, but first they need to help Bongo learn more about flowers so he can pick out his favorite for the fair. Along the way they work together to answer questions such as:

    • How do plants grow?
    • What do plants need to live?
    • What is photosynthesis?
    • What are the parts of a plant?
    • How can we work together to learn something new?

    Incredible Insects
    Firefly Hue helps the TreeSchoolers learn about all the ways that insects are incredible, but he's still feeling small. Together Rachel, Hue and their TreeSchooler friends learn about insects and how even small things can have a really important purpose in life. Together, they ask questions like:

    • What makes an insect an insect?
    • What makes insects different than other animals?
    • What are the parts of an insect?
    • Why are insects important?
    • How can small things make a big difference?

    Awesome Animals
    There’s a talent show at the TreeSchool, but Penny isn’t sure what her talent is! As Rachel helps the TreeSchoolers learn about all of the awesome things animals can do, Penny discovers what makes her truly special. In this episode Rachel helps the TreeSchoolers explore questions such as:

    • What is an animal?
    • What do animals need to live?
    • How do animals move?
    • Where do animals live?
    • What do animals eat?

    The Amazing Human Body
    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? This episode 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?

    Happy, Healthy Me
    Abigail Finch has an important recital coming up, but she’s feeling sick! The TreeSchoolers set out to learn why bodies sometimes get sick and what we can do to keep our bodies strong and healthy. Will Abigail get better in time for the recital? Happy, Healthy Me explores questions such as:

    • What can we do to take care of our bodies?
    • Where do healthy foods come from?
    • Why do we need sleep and exercise?
    • Why do we need to drink water?
    • How can we listen to our bodies?
    • Why do we need to stay clean?
    • How do bodies get sick?

    Scientific Reasoning

    It's time for the Science Fair! This episode explores the properties of air, light, and water and the steps of the Scientific Reasoning Cycle:

    • Reflect and Ask
    • Plan and Predict
    • Act and Observe
    • Report and Reflect

    Extraordinary Earth

    When Chroma Chameleon discovers that her cousin’s habitat is endangered, the TreeSchoolers naturally want to help. With Rachel’s guidance, they discover that there are lots of things they can do to take care of our Earth! Along the way, they learn about

    • Months of the year
    • Seasons of the year
    • Geological formations
    • Natural resources
    • The seven continents
    • Conservation and recycling
    • Being an everyday hero

    Our Solar System

    Simon gets worried when he sees the moon slowly disappearing! As Rachel and the TreeSchoolers set out to solve “The Mystery of the Missing Moon,” they learn about the sun, moon, stars, planets and the scientists whose questions and curiosity led to important discoveries about our universe. Along the way, they learn about

    • foundational vocabulary and concepts of astronomy
    • phases of the moon
    • more than 50 ASL signs

    ASL SIGNS

    • A Rainy Day
      weather - rain - cloud - lightning - thunder - sun - kind/nice
    • Plants and Flowers
      air - sun - food - soil - water - wind - rain
    • Incredible Insects
      A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - J - K - L - M - N - O - P - Q - R - S - T - U - V - W - X - Y - Z
    • Awesome Animals
      animal - bear - bird - body - bunny/rabbit - camel - cheetah - chicken - chimpanzee - climb - colors - cow - deer - donkey - duck - E - elephant - emu - farm - fish - flower - fly - goat - grasshopper - happy - hawk - help - horse - I - kind - know - lamb/sheep - live - monkey - O - owl - pig - rat - run - share - shark - slow - smart - snake - strong - swim - turkey - turtle - walk - what - where - wolf - you.
    • The Amazing Human Body
      wonder - food - water - air - family - 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
    • Happy, Healthy Me
      body - sick - healthy - sleep - brush teeth - bath - clean - soap - wash hands - drink - water - germs - strong - hungry - grow - exercise - wash hair - floss teeth - safe - take care - wonder - amazing - happy - know - remember - now - me - you - your - friend - rainbow - red - orange - yellow - green - blue - indigo - violet - dance - jump - spin - walk - run - march - bike - hike - swim - shake - freeze - kick
    • Scientific Reasoning
      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
    • Extraordinary Earth
      Earth - world - continents - North America - South America - Africa - Europe - Asia - Antarctica - Australia - equator - sun - Northern Hemisphere - Southern Hemisphere - winter - spring - summer - fall - seasons - January - February - March - April - May - June - July - August - September - October - November - December - United States of America - islands - mountains - valley - river - earthquake - storm - geode - volcano - lava - gold - silver - diamond - oceans - sand - endangered/danger - metal - salt - gas - rocks - conserve/conservation - reduce - reuse - recycle - take care - litter - glitter - trash/garbage - natural resources
    • Our Solar System
      airplane - animals - astronaut - astronomy - butterflies - comet - constellations - day - dog - Earth - eclipse - explore - falling star - frog - galaxy - gas - gravity - horizon - inferior planets - Jupiter - light year - Mars - Mercury - mice - moon - moon phases - moon rock - monkey - mountain - mystery - Neptune - new moon - night - orbit - planets - Pluto - rats - rocket - Saturn - shooting star - snail - solar system - space - stars - sun - telescope - Uranus - Venus - waning - waxing - x-rays - year - zenith

    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! T
    Overall Customer Rating of 4 Reviews:
    Deer Trail, CO

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    <p>My 2 year old knows about H2O - solid, liquid, gas... the solar system, his amazing body, photosynthesis.... and loves watching! There is nothing else out there that is comparable to Rachel and the TreeSchoolers! Thank you for including signs and really loving to bring kids quality education! OH and the songs! The songs are phenomenal! The costumes, dances, rhythm, and creativity are awesome! LOVE LOVE LOVE the songs!</p>

    Ossining, NY

    This really is an amazing set

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    <p>First of all, my toddler is in love with Rachel, so there's that. But she's a great teacher and host and is able to get so much information in here and teach it in a fun way with catchy songs. It's so much better than some other so-called "educational" shows on TV. I hope she continues the series!</p>

    Fairfax, va

    A wonderful introduction to science

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    <p>I love that my kids go around singing about photosynthesis and ask me questions like, Mommy, did you know there are 67 moons on Jupiter? I wish I'd had these videos as a kid. These videos are so much better than 99.9% of what is on kids television today. It's what we watch in the car. Great job, Two little hands!</p>

    We love the TreeSchoolers!

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    <p>These videos are amazing! Very educational and incredibly entertaining! I love that my daughter goes around singing the songs. She is excited that she has learned so much about plants, animals, and the human body. It encourages children to eat healthy, and the songs are great to sing to remind kids to "eat a rainbow."</p>