03:05 — Father, Son and Lolly enrich your language with adverbs - Indubitably.
03:04 — When it comes to multiplications zero is a real hero.
03:01 — A stirring look at the Democratic recipe that built America-from Hungarian Goulash to Irish Stew.
03:03 — The Tokens, a fifties doo-wop group, harmonizes Newton's theory that gravity keeps pulling things down, de-down, down, down.
03:03 — When you're in the dark and you want to see, flip that switch for EE-LEC-TRIC-ITY.
03:03 — How to speed your way to multiplying by 8.
03:03 — If necessity is the mother of all invention, this song is one powerful mother!
03:01 — Here's the story - note for note - how Mott and Howe and Anthony finally won the right to vote.
03:03 — "Yow that's not fair giving a guy a shot down there!" Reginald Hollers some interjections.
03:04 — The American colonists send George 3rd the word. We're gonna be our own country!
03:04 — An educational cat and mouse game that unfolds on AQ slapstick pool table.
03:03 — A musical celebration of the Fourth of July and the epic events that led to the Declaration of Independence.
03:03 — This is the constitutional ditty that gets hummed in every high school civics test.
03:03 — Was that big bear hairy? Was he scary? You can describe bears and peoples and places and things- just unpack your adjectives.
03:04 — Ouch! That stove is hot! Your nervous system sends that urgent message to your brain.
03:03 — The subject of this tale is Mr. Morton and what the predicate says, he does!
03:04 — Question: Is three really a magic number? A Magician digs deep into his top hat that proves this point.
03:02 — Who knows all about Pronouns? He does, and you can learn yourself, just sing along with him.
03:04 — Without them bones you'd be nothing but a blob!
Cast & Details
- Premiered: January 6, 1973
- Rating: None
- Premise: A variety of educational topics are presented to kids through music and animation.