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Bill Nye the Science Guy 5-Disc Collection Volume 2 (Flowers & Plants, Earth's Crust & Earthquakes, The Sun & Light Bending & Bouncing, Inventions & Do-It-Yourself Science, Magnetism & Chemical Reactions)
Bill Nye the Science Guy 5-Disc Collection Volume 2
Flowers & Plants, Earth's Crust & Earthquakes, The Sun & Light Bending & Bouncing, Inventions & Do-It-Yourself Science, Magnetism & Chemical Reactions

     
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Movie Reviews

How i like the sicence
L. Remmell | Manassas, VA | 02/14/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"how i like this is because of all the stuff he does and it is fun to watch him do all kinds of stuff like the invisible writing I think I might try it soon but for now its funny and I can watch him forever and ever stop watching. But I hate typing so i'll stop right about now."
My 4th-6th kids love these
BD | 02/20/2010
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I teach in a pull-out 4th - 6th grade Special ed classroom with LD students. I bought the DVDs to share with my students because I want them to have some exposure to science since we don't have much time for direct instruction in Science. We watch one segment at a time and then have some oral discussion of the segment. My students really enjoy the humor and the information and ask lots of questions after the segment. I knew the DVDs were good quality because the classroom teachers in my previous school district had used them as part of their Science curriculum when I was doing Science inclusion in the general education classrooms."