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Woodpecker

Woodpecker

Woodpeckers come in various shapes and sizes, but they all share some common characteristics. They have a sturdy body with strong wings and tail feathers, which help them cling to trees. Woodpeckers also have a long, chisel-like beak, perfect for drilling into wood.

Lizards

Lizards

In todays video, we will be learning about lizards! Did you know that a lizard can break off its tail to avoid and confuse predators? So join us as we learn together about the wonderful reptiles called lizards.

Jellyfish for Kids | Learn about the graceful invertebrates!

Jellyfish for Kids | Learn about the graceful invertebrates!

Did you know that jellyfish have no bones, no brain, and no heart? In Jellyfish for Kids, you and your students will learn a lot about these interesting underwater creatures. Apart from the lack of brain and heart, jellyfish have unique physical characteristics that set them apart from other animals. They are made up of a soft, gelatinous material and have a nearly transparent body. And you will certainly recognize those long, flowing tentacles.

Vultures

Vultures

In this video, we'll be exploring the world of these fascinating birds of prey. Did you know that vultures are important scavengers that help keep our ecosystems healthy? We'll be sharing some amazing facts about these birds, including how they locate their food, their impressive wingspan, and their unique appearance.

Hummingbirds for Kids

Hummingbirds for Kids

As you may know hummingbirds are the smallest birds on the planet. In Hummingbirds for Kids, you'll learn even more cool facts about these little birds! For one, there are over 350 different species of hummingbirds, making it the second-largest bird family in the world? Only 17 species of hummingbird live in the United States. The rest live in Central and South Americas. And they're the only bird that can fly backward.

Learn about Hyenas

Learn about Hyenas

Let’s learn about fun hyena facts - What do Hyenas sound like? How many Hyena species are out there? How smart are Hyenas? Did you know Hyenas can count?

Beaver Facts For Kids 😊

Beaver Facts For Kids 😊

Beavers are large rodents with a stout body and a flat tail. They have brown fur that is waterproof, thanks to special oils produced by their glands. Beavers have sharp front teeth called incisors that never stop growing. These teeth are perfect for gnawing on wood, their favorite building material.

Let's Learn About Crabs!

Let's Learn About Crabs!

Crabs are invertebrates which means they have no backbone. All crabs are covered by hard shells that protect their internal organs. Their gills , which they use to pull oxygen from the water, are hidden inside their shells. Crabs are related to insects and spiders , but crabs have more legs than their creepy -crawly cousins .. Did you know that Crabs are also known as spiders of the sea? Crabs have ten legs and are referred to as decapods .The front two legs of the crab are usually claws and are not used for locomotion or movement. Crabs are most comfortable moving sideways, but they can also walk forward and backwards.

Tigers for Little Ones: Learning about Tigers for Kids

Tigers for Little Ones: Learning about Tigers for Kids

Tigers are the biggest members of the cat family! They have orange fur with black stripes. They eat meat! Tigers love to swim. Tigers are such cool animals!!! Come and watch them in this fun video for early learners.

Bread (Hebrew Vocabulary)

Bread (Hebrew Vocabulary)

Learn how to say some common ingredients for bread in Hebrew. Illustrated by Jasmine Hananiah Narrated by Huldah Dauid

Moses and the Burning Bush | Torah Tots | Bible for Toddlers

Moses and the Burning Bush | Torah Tots | Bible for Toddlers

Looking for new Bible stories for kids? Learn about Mosheh (Moses) and the Burning Bush with us and YoshiYahu!

Scripturely Theme Song 🎡 | Praise and Worship Songs for Kids | YAHUAH Music

Scripturely Theme Song 🎡 | Praise and Worship Songs for Kids | YAHUAH Music

Praise God for waking us up this morning! Everyone loves Scripturely, so why not sing and dance along to the song! Sing and dance with us as we worship God each morning in this fun devotional bible song for kids.