There’s a wondrous world under the sea. These Jellies topics introduce your child to some of the treasures beneath the waves. They’ll learn about coral reefs as well as sea creatures big and small, including dolphins, jellyfish, and sharks. Just open up the Jellies app and add these new topics to your library. What are you waiting for? Dive in!
Introduce your young children to the great big underwater world where sea creatures live. These educational videos teach children about seals, dolphins, whales, sea turtles, and more. Sing along as you explore coral reefs and spell out the ABCs of the ocean. This topic is perfect for kids age 2 and up. Look for Sea Creatures in the Jellies app. Here’s one of our favorite videos from this Jellies topic:
Do dolphins sleep? Are some dolphins pink? How smart are dolphins, exactly? Learn about these popular sea mammals and watch their underwater tricks in this playlist. This topic is perfect for kids age 4 and up. Look for Dolphins in the Jellies app. Here’s one of our favorite videos from this Jellies topic:
Of course we added a jellyfish topic to the Jellies app! Venture with snorklers through a lake of hundreds of tiny, pink jellyfish. Learn about the different types of jellyfish, what they eat, and how they swim. This playlist is full of colorful, jiggly jellyfish and sure fun to watch! This topic is perfect for kids age 4 and up. Look for Jellyfish in the Jellies app. Here’s one of our favorite videos from this Jellies topic:
Shark Videos for Kids
What swims in the ocean and has a lot of teeth? Sharks! This playlist mixes real life underwater footage with facts and exciting information all about these fascinating, and sometimes misunderstood, creatures. This topic is perfect for kids age 6 and up. Look for Sharks in the Jellies app. Here’s one of our favorite videos from this Jellies topic:
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