Over the last year, we added Spanish narration to our NGSS-aligned full lessons. Now, we are in the process of adding Mini-lessons in Spanish!
Currently the following Mini-lessons are available in Spanish, with more coming soon:
Seasonal Mini-lessons with hands-on activities
How do you become a great inventor?
How do scientists know so much?
Why do our skeletons have so many bones?
What would happen if you didn't have a skull?
What is the biggest spider in the world?
What's the biggest apple in the world?
Why do leaves change color in the fall?
How do polar animals survive the cold?
How does the heart pump blood?
Are butterflies the only animals that start out as caterpillars?
Why are butterflies so colorful?
Where does chocolate come from?
Why don't all trees lose their leaves in the fall?
What makes hurricanes so dangerous?
What's worse: a hurricane or a tornado?
Why are tornadoes hard to predict?
Why do animals come back after going to warm places in the winter?
Why do penguins have wings if they don't fly?
What's at the bottom of the ocean?
How were lego bricks invented?
How do I change the language of a Mini-lesson?
To change the language of a Mini-lesson from the Mini-lessons page, look for the language toggle in the lower right corner below the video player.
Please note: Top 5 and voting segments are not yet available on the Spanish versions of our Mini-lessons. To watch the bonus content and vote for the next episode, you’ll need to switch back to the English version first.
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