Series Title: Reading Rainbow
A turtle carved in rock many years ago by Native Americans watches the river below. In the span of time it observes many ecological changes with a great deal of sadness.
LeVar takes viewers on a historical journey from the first settlers in this country to the present, and explores our responsibility to care for the earth. Scientists show how they care for and raise nearly extinct bald eagles and release them into their natural habitat.
Author: Sheila MacGill-Callahan
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Use this episode to further enhance your curriculum.
Science Concepts: function of roots, seed dispersal, nutrients, pollution.
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Ideal for Grades: K -4
Duration: 30 minutes
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