Rachel & the TreeSchoolers
Happy, Healthy Me
TreeSchoolers Ep 6: Happy, Healthy Me Abigail Finch has an important recital coming up, but she’s feeling sick! The TreeSchoolers set out to learn why bodies sometimes get sick and what we can do to keep our bodies strong and healthy. Will Abigail get better in time for the recital? Happy, Healthy Me explores questions such as: What can we do to take care of our bodies? Where do healthy foods come from? Why do we need sleep and exercise? Why do we need to drink water? How can we listen to our bodies? Why do we need to stay clean? How do bodies get sick? Plus learn 50 ASL signs! body - sick - healthy - sleep - brush teeth - bath - clean - soap - wash hands - drink - water - germs - strong - hungry - grow - exercise - wash hair - floss teeth - safe - take care - wonder - amazing - happy - know - remember - now - me - you - your - friend - rainbow - red - orange - yellow - green - blue - indigo - violet - dance - jump - spin - walk - run - march - bike - hike - swim - shake - freeze - kick Rachel & the TreeSchoolers teaches children: essential science concepts HOW to learn social skills values
Up Next in Season 1
TreeSchoolers Ep. 8: Extraordinary Earth - Video Rachel and her TreeSchooler friends discover that there are lots of things they can do to take care of our planet. This episode introduces the vocabulary (and ASL signs) for these essential Earth science concepts: Earth - world - continents - North...
TreeSchoolers Ep. 7: Scientific Reasoning - Songs
These catchy original songs help children learn concepts in a way they’ll never forget. These MP3s will teach your child about the Scientific Reasoning Cycle and the properties of air, water, and light. Features 8 original songs written by Rachel ...
Our Solar System
TreeSchoolers Ep. 9: Our Solar System - Video Help Simon solve the Mystery of the Missing Moon and learn about the sun, moon, stars, planets, and scientists whose questions and curiosity led to important discoveries about our universe. This episode introduces the vocabulary (and ASL signs) for th...