Series Title: Reading Rainbow
The "gift" Alejandro gives to various desert animals is that of water.
LeVar explores how important water is for all living things. He visits a California oasis and talks with a naturalist about the importance of this water source for the Cahuilla, a Native American tribe of the past, as well as for animals. Viewers visit Niagara Falls and find out how water power can provide electricity.
Author: Richard E. Albert
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Use this episode to further enhance your curriculum.
Science Concepts: saturation, solvents, water as energy producer, dehydration, evaporation.
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Ideal for Grades: K -4
Duration: 30 minutes
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