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Becoming Mother Nature

When Chloe is sent off to live with her mysterious and eccentric grandmother she learns an unbelievable secret. Grandma Ivy is none other than Mother Nature herself! And Chloe is next in line to assume to the power and responsibility of the job. Can a twelve-year old learn to balance the entire world’s ecosystem while just trying to fit in at her new school? Only Mother Nature knows.

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There are 23 episodes in the sceince topic.

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Water’s Escape Act
00:18:01 | Season: 2 |Episode: 1 | September 21st, 2022

8-year-old Kid Investigator Charles recalls the Taco Tuesday where he first noticed something strange… As he began to sweat (too much hot sauce), so too did his glass. He meets Aubrey and Andre in the STEAM Daydream studio to recreate the situation—minus the tacos. Will they be able to solve the mystery of where the water on the outside of the glass is coming from?

A Shocking Truth
00:19:19 | Season: 2 |Episode: 2 | September 21st, 2022

Once a year, the Science Is Magic Club accepts applications for new members and requires applicants to explain the science that powers their tricks. When a particularly illusive applicant named Harriet Whodini refuses to reveal the source of her shocking ability to zap people, Aubrey, Andre, and 12-year-old Kid Investigator Megha are called in to investigate.

We’re Back for Season Two!
00:00:34 | Season: 2 | September 20th, 2022

Life is full of curiosities—from the shape of the bubbles we blow to the puddles that pool beneath our water cups. In Season 2 of STEAM Daydream with National Children’s Museum, our quirky cast investigates the everyday wonders we encounter and uncovers the science, technology, engineering, art, and math concepts at play. You’ll hear from a real-life STEAM expert and a curious kid investigator in each of the eight, 20-minutes-or-less episodes. Subscribe today wherever you listen to podcasts to wonder “Why?” with two new episodes on the third Wednesday of every month through December 2022.

Community Captains
00:18:14 | Season: 1 |Episode: 17 | November 4th, 2021

It’s time to hit the red carpet for the biggest event of the year: the Community Captain Awards! Join A.J. in celebrating the Community Captains around the world who are fighting climate change by reducing waste in their communities. The Gill Brothers, three young entrepreneurs who created their own candle company and recycling program, join us to accept their award! Then, A.J. chats with Peggy Mandanas, the Sustainability Liaison at GEICO, to learn how she uses her passion for sustainability at her job and in her everyday life.

The Magic of Music
00:22:13 | Season: 1 |Episode: 16 | September 24th, 2021

Cue the music, Dreamers! In this month’s episode, we’ll learn more about the music that powers the Museum’s new Dance Party Pod, presented by Spotify. Follow along as A.J. discovers the magic of music—how it can inspire movement and represent emotions. With help from Olivia, our 11-year-old Kid Interviewer, and Hilary Giumara, Music Programming Manager for Kids & Family at Spotify, A.J. curates the perfect dance playlist. Then, he speaks with Andre Johnson, guitarist and founding member of the iconic band Rare Essence, about D.C.’s official music: Go-go!

Pollinator Patrol
00:21:13 | Season: 1 |Episode: 15 | August 27th, 2021

Hey Dreamers, want to hear the buzz on this month’s episode? A.J. is out on Pollinator Patrol when he receives a report about a bat stuck in the attic of 8-year-old Colin’s home. Together, A.J. and Colin free the bat and build a native plant garden to attract more pollinators to Colin’s yard. With help from special guests Gary Krupnick, the Head of the Plant Conservation Unit at the National Museum of Natural History, and Sarah Red-Laird, the Head Worker Bee and Executive Director of Bee Girl Organization, Colin and A.J. learn how to protect and support pollinators of all kinds.

Dance + STEM
00:20:48 | Season: 1 |Episode: 14 | July 29th, 2021

In this month’s episode, A.J. and 9-year-old Kid Interviewer Trinity discover the important role STEM plays in dance performances. Special guests Yamilee Toussaint Beach, Founder + CEO of STEM from Dance, and Catie Cuan, Choreographer and PhD Candidate in Robotics at Stanford University, inspire Trinity to combine her love of STEM and dance for the performance of a lifetime. Spoiler alert: It includes robots, A.J. in hoverboots, and some funky music!

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