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Sid the Science Kid

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Mon., September 8, 2014
1:00 am
(30 minutes)

I Want to Be a Scientist  

Watching squirrels, Sid wonders what kind of scientist studies animals. He learns the answer when the class goes on a field trip to the Science Center, where Gabriela's mom, a marine biologist, talks about how she scuba dives with whales.

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Mon., September 8, 2014
1:30 am
(30 minutes)

Get Up and Move!  

Sid's teacher plans a day of healthful surprises for the class.

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Mon., September 8, 2014
2:00 am
(30 minutes)

Sid's Pet Project  

Sid learns how to care for a pet when he dog-sits his grandmom's dog.

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Mon., September 8, 2014
2:30 am
(30 minutes)

Sleep? Who Needs It?!  

Sid learns why sleep is important after his mom nixes his plan to stay up all night.

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Mon., September 8, 2014
3:00 am
(30 minutes)

Seed the Science Kid  

Sid learns about seeds after they get in the way of his eating an apple.

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Sun., September 14, 2014
12:30 pm
(30 minutes)

The Reason Sid's Sneezin'  

Sid learns about allergies after he discovers that, like his dad, he's allergic to pollen.

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Sun., September 14, 2014
1:00 pm
(30 minutes)

The Amazing Computer Science Tool  

Sid and his class learn about computers.

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Sun., September 14, 2014
1:30 pm
(30 minutes)

The Big Cheese  

Sid thinks the moon is made of cheese after seeing a picture of it on the Internet, but Susie explains that not everything online is true.

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Sun., September 14, 2014
2:00 pm
(30 minutes)

Sid Wings It  

Sid is disappointed when his cardboard wings don't enable him to fly like a bird.

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Sun., September 14, 2014
2:30 pm
(30 minutes)

Sid Engineers a Solution  

Sid tries to figure out how to reach a cereal box on a high kitchen shelf.

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Mon., September 15, 2014
7:00 am
(30 minutes)

The Sticker Chart  

The series opener about an inquisitive preschooler who investigates the world around him finds Sid questioning the need for charts after he sees how far he has to go on his chore chart to receive a promised toy rocket. He comes to find, however, that charts enable people to compare, contrast and track everything from snacks to pets to chores.