These are challenging and uncertain times for everyone and especially parents of young children who are now home for the foreseeable future. Here at Barbershop Books, we want to share some helpful resources that we ALL can enjoy. Whether you are a parent trying to navigate homeschooling your child, an adult who needs some comedic relief, or just an individual who wants to understand the basic principles of science in an engaging way, these resources are perfect for you.
Remember The Magic School Bus?
This favorite childhood cartoon, The Magic School Bus, provides a timely lesson for everyone. In this episode, Ralphie is sick and his mom has advised him to stay home from school. So what does Ms. Frizzle do? Gathers the students together to have class in Ralphie’s room. But this isn’t business as usual – the Magic School Bus shrinks and goes inside Ralphie’s body. As they travel through his bloodstream to his sore throat, the kids find out what’s making Ralphie sick. Throughout this episode, kids learn how white blood cells fight bacteria and many other aspects of the human body when it’s fighting a sickness. Take your kids back to the good ole’ days by sharing with them the always relevant lessons of The Magic School Bus. View Here.
The Journey of a Germ
PBS Kids provides yet another learning opportunity that can help kids understand the science of germs. Sid the Science Kid is a computer-animated series on PBS Kids that features a group of classmates that use engaging features to help kids learn more about basic scientific principles. Science can often be a hard subject for kids to understand, but this show uses music and comedy to bring the principles to life. Watch this episode with your child to learn more about the journey of a germ! View Here.
One last thing.
In celebration of Mr. Rogers’ recent birthday, we want to remind you of the importance of spreading love, care, and support during this time. Email us at email@example.com to share resources. We may share your recommendation in future emails.
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