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Watch behind-the-scenes animal videos, educational movies, and more.


Science Educator Christina Soff

Learn how to make kale chips with Science Educator Christina Soff:
https://youtu.be/CXVeMF24MZk opens in a new window


Science Educator James FalbaHave you seen that awesome bubble/foam challenge on TikTok? Explore the science behind it with Science Educator James Falba:
https://youtu.be/hfGhxKtz1q0 opens in a new window

Science Educator Aly Toy

Science Educator Aly Toy explores inertia at home:
https://youtu.be/JCI8aptel5Y opens in a new window


Stars in space

Explore the science in Star Wars with this YouTube playlist:
https://bit.ly/3dbG2we opens in a new window


Tie-dye secret messages

Learn how to make tie-dye secret messages with Science Educator Aly Toy:
https://youtu.be/qF4F8omfETE opens in a new window


Science Educator James Falba

Science Educator James Falba explores the chemistry of fire:
https://youtu.be/HKl9dTLIe40 opens in a new window


Fantastic Fungi

Take an immersive journey through time and scale into the magical earth beneath our feet in Fantastic Fungi. Rent it online through The Rangos Giant Cinema today!
https://bit.ly/2VlituS opens in a new window


Christina Soff with a balloon and a serif

Science Educator Christina Soff explores polymers with a balloon skewer experiment:
https://youtu.be/_2Ox8ozTStc opens in a new window


Rainbow in a Jar

Science Educator James Falba explores gravity at home:
https://youtu.be/G98ZRXlJvaY opens in a new window


Rainbow in a Jar

Explore sound vibrations with Science Educator Christina Soff’s howling balloon demonstration:
https://youtu.be/Cmuy-qyT7QI opens in a new window


Rainbow in a Jar

Discover how to grow food from scraps in this new video from Science Educator Carla Littleton:
https://youtu.be/x3L4driLlPs opens in a new window


Rainbow in a Jar

When so many are struggling for connection, inspiration and hope, Fantastic Fungi brings us together as interconnected creators of our world. Rent it online through The Rangos Giant Cinema today!
https://bit.ly/2VlituS opens in a new window


Rainbow in a Jar

Health educator and zero-waste consultant Heather Benek shares her tips for reducing, reusing, and recycling:
https://youtu.be/2SMJNowr6PU opens in a new window


Rainbow in a Jar

Science Educator Amanda Iwaniec teaches us about wild, wild winds:
https://youtu.be/W85b-dfgKtE opens in a new window


Rainbow in a Jar

Science Educator Christina Soff shows you how to make your own birdfeeder: https://youtu.be/Pf__Poj5kt4 opens in a new window


Science Educator Christina Soff

Science Educator Christina Soff demonstrates how to make your own bath fizzies at home:
https://youtu.be/S2Jht5FQCBM opens in a new window


Science Educator James Falba

It’s tea time with an educational twist with Science Educator James Falba! Learn about diffusion:
https://youtu.be/hiAjqxh_JcI opens in a new window


Rainbow in a Jar

Science Educator Jill Rible shows you how to make invisible ink using simple ingredients from around the house:
https://youtu.be/Qtl8NdtcSBo opens in a new window


CatVideoFest

Check out the NEW Best of CatVideoFest: Creature Comforts Edition, our first Rangos at Home screening!
https://bit.ly/3c6LwaZ opens in a new window


Miniature Railroad and Village

Travel through western Pennsylvania history with this new video about the Miniature Railroad & Village®, created by our friend David Fedor at Excel Sportswear:
https://youtu.be/TeaKJnelpJU opens in a new window


An American Toad being held

Ever wonder what the differences are between a toad and frog? Science Educator Carla Littleton breaks it down for you:
https://youtu.be/Nt6W5n0PqNk opens in a new window


People taste testing jelly beans

Learn about your senses with our Jelly Bean Taste Test Challenge!
https://youtu.be/mAtSw5IXb_M opens in a new window


The Moon

To mark its 50th anniversary, you can relive the Apollo 13 mission in real-time through newly digitized and restored footage and audio:
https://apolloinrealtime.org/13/ opens in a new window


Amanda Iwaniec

Science Educator Amanda Iwaniec is here to show you how you can conduct a simple physics experiment with items around the house!
https://youtu.be/Eju74Po5NB4 opens in a new window


Matchsticks

Over the past 40 years, an Iowa native has been building some of the world’s biggest and complicated matchstick sculptures:
https://youtu.be/HyuE1XnYO0I opens in a new window


Jason Dohoda

Let’s have some meteorology fun! Science Educator Jason Dohoda shares his tips for creating your very own weather journal and rain gauge: 
https://youtu.be/okw0jLkdkO4 opens in a new window


Carla Littleton with an Eastern Milksnake

Meet the Eastern Milksnake from Carnegie Science Center’s H2Oh! Field Station:
https://youtu.be/T3zRkfIPxbs opens in a new window


Brad Peroney

Sing songs, tune guitars, and make instruments with Science Educator Brad Peroney! 
https://bit.ly/34kMG07 opens in a new window


Rainbow in a Jar

Join Science Educator Amanda Iwaniec as she explores colors using some recycled tea bottles, water, and food coloring:
https://youtu.be/90al17Ew34U opens in a new window


Carla Littleton

Learn about the beetles we raise in our H2Oh! Field Station from Science Educator Carla Littleton: 
https://youtu.be/LmXAFJhZQHA opens in a new window


Miniature Railroad & Village

Take a miniature video tour of some the Miniature Railroad & Village®‘s most beloved models and scenes: 
https://youtu.be/1EG7Gi3MX1s opens in a new window


Brad Peroney

Sing – or play! – a happy song! Learn about a variety of instruments and how to make your own from Science Educator Brad Peroney: 
https://bit.ly/3dEDhEV opens in a new window


Wendy Brenneman

Here’s a fun DIY project for the family! Make new crayons out of your old crayons. Science Educator Wendy Brenneman and her daughter, Mica, are here to show you how.
https://youtu.be/v9Av__pPBVM opens in a new window


Jill Rible

Learn how to make Oobleck with Science Educator Jill Rible. It’s ooey, gooey, slimy, science fun! 
https://youtu.be/ZqHoXuEf8Lw opens in a new window


World Autism Awareness Month

World Autism Awareness Month: What it’s like to have a loved one on the spectrum: 
https://yhoo.it/343lByd opens in a new window


Science on the Road

What types of reactions occur when you bake a cake or find rust on your bike? Take a two-minute science break with our Science on the Road team as we dive into the basics of physical and chemical reactions! 
https://bit.ly/33LU1oR opens in a new window 


Carla Littleton

Learn from Science Educator Carla Littleton about two of our animal ambassadors: a turtle and salamander. What’s an “extirpated species” mean? Find out here.
https://bit.ly/2xrjPKQ opens in a new window


Mike Hennessy

It’s story time! Science Educator Mike Hennessy is here to read you Breakfast Moon written by author Meg Gower and illustrated by David Barker. Breakfast Moon is published the Astronomical Society of the Pacific opens in a new window. You can purchase a copy of this book to share with your children at home via their Astroshop at www.astrosociety.org opens in a new window
https://bit.ly/3bAF2RJ opens in a new window


Messy fun demonstration

Messy fun + mozzarella! Learn about the importance of sensory play and the science behind making cheese in this fun video from WQED Pittsburgh opens in a new window, featuring Science Educator Emily Bierer!
https://bit.ly/33ITyE5 opens in a new window 

 


Women's History Month

Check out this collection of Women’s History Month videos featuring trailblazers like Amelia Earhart and Susan B. Anthony
https://to.pbs.org/32JShw7 opens in a new window


Space

Launching the Hubble Space Telescope: Our window into the Universe
https://bbc.in/2ITcBC7 opens in a new window


Elmo from Sesame Street

Shows kids can watch while they’re out of school that you won’t feel bad about
https://cnn.it/33uvGDS opens in a new window


Educational films available for streaming:

Things to WATCH

Watch behind-the-scenes animal videos, educational movies, and more.


Science Educator Christina Soff

Learn how to make kale chips with Science Educator Christina Soff:
https://youtu.be/CXVeMF24MZk opens in a new window


Science Educator James FalbaHave you seen that awesome bubble/foam challenge on TikTok? Explore the science behind it with Science Educator James Falba:
https://youtu.be/hfGhxKtz1q0 opens in a new window

Science Educator Aly Toy

Science Educator Aly Toy explores inertia at home:
https://youtu.be/JCI8aptel5Y opens in a new window


Stars in space

Explore the science in Star Wars with this YouTube playlist:
https://bit.ly/3dbG2we opens in a new window


Tie-dye secret messages

Learn how to make tie-dye secret messages with Science Educator Aly Toy:
https://youtu.be/qF4F8omfETE opens in a new window


Science Educator James Falba

Science Educator James Falba explores the chemistry of fire:
https://youtu.be/HKl9dTLIe40 opens in a new window


Fantastic Fungi

Take an immersive journey through time and scale into the magical earth beneath our feet in Fantastic Fungi. Rent it online through The Rangos Giant Cinema today!
https://bit.ly/2VlituS opens in a new window


Christina Soff with a balloon and a serif

Science Educator Christina Soff explores polymers with a balloon skewer experiment:
https://youtu.be/_2Ox8ozTStc opens in a new window


Rainbow in a Jar

Science Educator James Falba explores gravity at home:
https://youtu.be/G98ZRXlJvaY opens in a new window


Rainbow in a Jar

Explore sound vibrations with Science Educator Christina Soff’s howling balloon demonstration:
https://youtu.be/Cmuy-qyT7QI opens in a new window


Rainbow in a Jar

Discover how to grow food from scraps in this new video from Science Educator Carla Littleton:
https://youtu.be/x3L4driLlPs opens in a new window


Rainbow in a Jar

When so many are struggling for connection, inspiration and hope, Fantastic Fungi brings us together as interconnected creators of our world. Rent it online through The Rangos Giant Cinema today!
https://bit.ly/2VlituS opens in a new window


Rainbow in a Jar

Health educator and zero-waste consultant Heather Benek shares her tips for reducing, reusing, and recycling:
https://youtu.be/2SMJNowr6PU opens in a new window


Rainbow in a Jar

Science Educator Amanda Iwaniec teaches us about wild, wild winds:
https://youtu.be/W85b-dfgKtE opens in a new window


Rainbow in a Jar

Science Educator Christina Soff shows you how to make your own birdfeeder: https://youtu.be/Pf__Poj5kt4 opens in a new window


Science Educator Christina Soff

Science Educator Christina Soff demonstrates how to make your own bath fizzies at home:
https://youtu.be/S2Jht5FQCBM opens in a new window


Science Educator James Falba

It’s tea time with an educational twist with Science Educator James Falba! Learn about diffusion:
https://youtu.be/hiAjqxh_JcI opens in a new window


Rainbow in a Jar

Science Educator Jill Rible shows you how to make invisible ink using simple ingredients from around the house:
https://youtu.be/Qtl8NdtcSBo opens in a new window


CatVideoFest

Check out the NEW Best of CatVideoFest: Creature Comforts Edition, our first Rangos at Home screening!
https://bit.ly/3c6LwaZ opens in a new window


Miniature Railroad and Village

Travel through western Pennsylvania history with this new video about the Miniature Railroad & Village®, created by our friend David Fedor at Excel Sportswear:
https://youtu.be/TeaKJnelpJU opens in a new window


An American Toad being held

Ever wonder what the differences are between a toad and frog? Science Educator Carla Littleton breaks it down for you:
https://youtu.be/Nt6W5n0PqNk opens in a new window


People taste testing jelly beans

Learn about your senses with our Jelly Bean Taste Test Challenge!
https://youtu.be/mAtSw5IXb_M opens in a new window


The Moon

To mark its 50th anniversary, you can relive the Apollo 13 mission in real-time through newly digitized and restored footage and audio:
https://apolloinrealtime.org/13/ opens in a new window


Amanda Iwaniec

Science Educator Amanda Iwaniec is here to show you how you can conduct a simple physics experiment with items around the house!
https://youtu.be/Eju74Po5NB4 opens in a new window


Matchsticks

Over the past 40 years, an Iowa native has been building some of the world’s biggest and complicated matchstick sculptures:
https://youtu.be/HyuE1XnYO0I opens in a new window


Jason Dohoda

Let’s have some meteorology fun! Science Educator Jason Dohoda shares his tips for creating your very own weather journal and rain gauge: 
https://youtu.be/okw0jLkdkO4 opens in a new window


Carla Littleton with an Eastern Milksnake

Meet the Eastern Milksnake from Carnegie Science Center’s H2Oh! Field Station:
https://youtu.be/T3zRkfIPxbs opens in a new window


Brad Peroney

Sing songs, tune guitars, and make instruments with Science Educator Brad Peroney! 
https://bit.ly/34kMG07 opens in a new window


Rainbow in a Jar

Join Science Educator Amanda Iwaniec as she explores colors using some recycled tea bottles, water, and food coloring:
https://youtu.be/90al17Ew34U opens in a new window


Carla Littleton

Learn about the beetles we raise in our H2Oh! Field Station from Science Educator Carla Littleton: 
https://youtu.be/LmXAFJhZQHA opens in a new window


Miniature Railroad & Village

Take a miniature video tour of some the Miniature Railroad & Village®‘s most beloved models and scenes: 
https://youtu.be/1EG7Gi3MX1s opens in a new window


Brad Peroney

Sing – or play! – a happy song! Learn about a variety of instruments and how to make your own from Science Educator Brad Peroney: 
https://bit.ly/3dEDhEV opens in a new window


Wendy Brenneman

Here’s a fun DIY project for the family! Make new crayons out of your old crayons. Science Educator Wendy Brenneman and her daughter, Mica, are here to show you how.
https://youtu.be/v9Av__pPBVM opens in a new window


Jill Rible

Learn how to make Oobleck with Science Educator Jill Rible. It’s ooey, gooey, slimy, science fun! 
https://youtu.be/ZqHoXuEf8Lw opens in a new window


World Autism Awareness Month

World Autism Awareness Month: What it’s like to have a loved one on the spectrum: 
https://yhoo.it/343lByd opens in a new window


Science on the Road

What types of reactions occur when you bake a cake or find rust on your bike? Take a two-minute science break with our Science on the Road team as we dive into the basics of physical and chemical reactions! 
https://bit.ly/33LU1oR opens in a new window 


Carla Littleton

Learn from Science Educator Carla Littleton about two of our animal ambassadors: a turtle and salamander. What’s an “extirpated species” mean? Find out here.
https://bit.ly/2xrjPKQ opens in a new window


Mike Hennessy

It’s story time! Science Educator Mike Hennessy is here to read you Breakfast Moon written by author Meg Gower and illustrated by David Barker. Breakfast Moon is published the Astronomical Society of the Pacific opens in a new window. You can purchase a copy of this book to share with your children at home via their Astroshop at www.astrosociety.org opens in a new window
https://bit.ly/3bAF2RJ opens in a new window


Messy fun demonstration

Messy fun + mozzarella! Learn about the importance of sensory play and the science behind making cheese in this fun video from WQED Pittsburgh opens in a new window, featuring Science Educator Emily Bierer!
https://bit.ly/33ITyE5 opens in a new window 

 


Women's History Month

Check out this collection of Women’s History Month videos featuring trailblazers like Amelia Earhart and Susan B. Anthony
https://to.pbs.org/32JShw7 opens in a new window


Space

Launching the Hubble Space Telescope: Our window into the Universe
https://bbc.in/2ITcBC7 opens in a new window


Elmo from Sesame Street

Shows kids can watch while they’re out of school that you won’t feel bad about
https://cnn.it/33uvGDS opens in a new window


Educational films available for streaming:

Presented by:

Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield

Sponsored by:

Green Mountain Energy logo

Something to READ

Something to DO