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  • Cartoon of a person wearing a shark fin strapped to their back looking at themselves in the mirror.

    Norvin is a good actor and a terrific swimmer, but he has a face that looks like a shark. He uses his acting talents and a fake fin to scare swimmers out of Caramel Cove so he can have it all to himself. He is so convincing, he eventually finds himself the love object of a female shark. Animated version of the book by Margaret Mahy.

    (Source: DCMP)

  • A condor in flight. Spanish captions.

    When Genoveva opens her magic book, the screen is filled with feathers, beaks, horns, legs, wings, and snouts. Genoveva's magic book transports her to various habitats where she learns about the animals that live there. In this episode, Genoveva learns more about the condors. Condors are one of the biggest and most mysterious species of big flying birds. They can weigh up to 26 pounds and measure 4.2 feet, and they can still fly really high.

    (Source: DCMP)

  • Glowing ball representing the sun with a globe representing the earth traveling in orbit around it. Examples of the different hemispheres experiencing opposite seasons in the background. Caption: A season is a division of the year

    During a class about seasons, Speedy falls asleep and dreams that he and Shawn arrive at Rusty's lab. Rusty has invented an unusual device called the "Seasons Changer." While delivering the device, the two friends accidentally activate it and learn about each season. Part of the "Shawn and Team" series.

    (Source: DCMP)

  • A woman riding a bike against an illustrated background with a rhea. Spanish captions.

    When Genoveva opens her magic book, the screen is filled with feathers, beaks, horns, legs, wings, and snouts. Genoveva's magic book transports her to various habitats where she learns about the animals that live there. In this episode, Genoveva visits with the rhea. The rhea has a round body covered with feathers, long neck and big eyes. Genoveva visits the plains to find out why the rhea does not use its wings to fly.

    (Source: DCMP)

  • A woman standing in front of an illustrated backdrop of a pond with a duck next to it. Spanish captions.

    When Genoveva opens her magic book, the screen is filled with feathers, beaks, horns, legs, wings, and snouts. Genoveva's magic book transports her to various habitats where she learns about the animals that live there. It walks, swims, and flies. It is a singer with a beak and feathers. It enjoys traveling, hates the winter and lives among the reeds of peaceful lagoons. What bird will Genoveva discover in this episode?

    (Source: DCMP)

  • Illustration of a man with gray hair and his ears circled dismayed at a broken object on the floor. Spanish captions.

    After the “Hola” song, Señora Alicia and Susana review the colors "green," "yellow," and "blue." While they sing to the tune of “Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes,” students learn the terms for the following body parts: head, arms, legs, and feet. Señora Alicia introduces a new instrument: the triangle. Students also practice a counting activity that reviews numbers "one" through "eleven." Part of the “Art and More” series.

    (Source: DCMP)

  • A woman with a painting pallet and a paintbrush. On her painting there is an animal that looks like an alligator. Spanish captions.

    When Genoveva opens her magic book, the screen is filled with feathers, beaks, horns, legs, wings, and snouts. Genoveva's magic book transports her to various habitats where she learns about the animals that live there. In this episode, Genoveva visits with a four-legged animal as big as an alligator. It has a huge mouth and a strong jaw. It has scales, but it's not a fish. What could it be? Welcome to the caiman's world.

    (Source: DCMP)

  • Illustration of two children riding bikes in front of a house. Spanish captions.

    A tale about a lion that was born to be king of the jungle and finds an enemy in the leopard that is the sultan. From the Kool Books series narrated by Hector Bonilla.

    (Source: DCMP)

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    Resources to teach younger students about animals

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