Science Trek is an integrated Web and broadcast project designed to introduce a rich variety of science topics to elementary-age schoolchildren. Students submit their video or e-mail questions to be answered by science experts on a new topic each month during the school year.

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Full Episodes | 32

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  • Soil

    There is a lot more to the study of soil than just dirt. Find out in this Science Trek.

    28:48

  • Water

    Water is essential to life. You can find it everywhere. Find out why water is so important

    28:48

  • Water: Web Show

    Find out why water is so important and how the water cycle keeps the Earth wet.

    09:06

  • Food Web

    What is the food web? Find out how all living things depend upon one another for survival.

    28:47

  • Food Web, Web Show

    This flow of energy from one living thing to another is called a food web. Find out more.

    07:25

  • Robotics

    Learn more about the science behind robots in this month’s Science Trek.

    28:47

  • Robotics Web Show

    Find out more about how robots are made and what they can do in this Science Trek episode.

    08:50

  • Blood

    Blood keeps you alive in more ways than one. Find out how in the Science Trek show.

    28:50

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