They’re creepy and crawly, and we can’t live without them. This week’s new videos teach kids the important role worms play in an ecosystem. Your children will also learn about some amazing women in time for Women’s History Month, watch tumblers somersault and flip into the air, check out the view from inside a towering crane, and play doubles with some great tennis athletes. Just open up the Jellies app and add these new topics to your library to let the fun begin!
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Eww gross! Learn all about squirmy worms and the important role they play in our world. This topic is perfect for kids age 6 and up. Look for Worms! in the Jellies app. Here’s one of our favorite videos from this Jellies topic:
Women in History
Susan B. Anthony, Florence Nightingale, Katherine Johnson, and Clara Barton are some of the amazing women featured in these videos. Meet strong, smart, and passionate women who fought overwhelming odds to change the world for the better. This topic is perfect for kids age 8 and up. Look for Women in History in the Jellies app. Here’s one of our favorite videos from this Jellies topic:
They stretch high in the sky. Without them we wouldn’t be able to build tall buildings like skyscrapers and towers. Learn all about cranes and how they use pulleys to lift very heavy items with little effort. You’ll even get to see a crane in action from the driver’s seat! This topic is perfect for kids age 2 and up. Look for Cranes in the Jellies app. Here’s one of our favorite videos from this Jellies topic:
Singles, doubles, rallies, drills, doggie ball collectors and so much more! This action-packed playlist shows kids and athletes doing their best on the tennis court. You’ll even learn some of their tricks! This topic is perfect for kids age 4 and up. Look for Tennis in the Jellies app. Here’s one of our favorite videos from this Jellies topic:
Grab a mat and join in as kids and athletes alike show off their tumbling skills. These jumping, rolling, and flipping acrobats will have you wondering which way is up! This topic is perfect for kids age 4 and up. Look for Tumbling in the Jellies app. Here’s one of our favorite videos from this Jellies topic:
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