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Video Info - Season 1 , Episode 8



In 2014, a teacher reviewed a Mystery Science video and tested it with a class. Within just four years, it became the most popular elementary science curriculum in the US. Today, a team of just forty people creates lessons seen by millions of children each month—a reach that rivals the most popular children’s TV shows.

These are the years when children form habits of thinking that will live with them for the rest of their lives. This is when they form their view of the world. This is the opportunity to nurture each child’s burning curiosity, guide them as they explore their world, and ensure they develop the most important skill of all: the ability to figure things out for themselves.

For these critical ten years of their lives, any time a child wonders something all they can do is ask grownups: parents or other adult family members at home, and teachers at school. Most questions that children ask, grownups simply don’t know how to answer. How does a magnet stick to a fridge? Can animals get sunburn? Why do some people have different accents?

Key Concepts

Our ultimate purpose is to ensure the next generation of children grow up and see that it’s an amazing world we live in, full of possibility and wonder—and that they develop the ability to figure things out for themselves.


Contact Info

Doug Peltz : doug@mysteryscience.com

Jim Connor : jconnor@gamechangers.tv

Website Link - : www.mysteryscience.com



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