Harrison looks at an 'eyelash mite' through a microscope to show an example of a bug that can't be seen by the naked eye.
Harrison explains why some people are more scared of little animals than big ones.
Harrison explains how spiders make webs and why they are so strong.
Harrison visits the dentist and gets his teeth cleaned.
Harrison asks some kids what kind of animal teeth they would have if they could choose.
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Harrison explains how dogs use bones and other chew toys to clean their teeth.
Harrison explains what happens if you don't clip your fingernails.
Princess Fiona is "rescued" by a legendary outlaw during their voyage from the castle to Duloc.
A quick look at how boats shaped in different ways move through the water.
The Lorax meets the Once-ler's family and asks them to leave. They do not respond favourably.Discussion PointsWhy does the Lorax speak for the trees? Why is it important to speak up for others? Have you ever spoken up for someone else? Has someone else ever spoken up for you?
Harrison tells the story of Rip Van Winkle and explains why and how long lions sleep every day.
A brief overview of what boats can be used for and an introduction to floating.
A short clip introduction to the circulatory system, including where the lungs and heart sit inside the body. Suitable for stude