Wild Kratts

  • Baby Elephant Power! | Wild Kratts

    Chris and Martin meet a group of adorable orphaned baby elephants and describe their habits. The elephants are being trained to be released back into the wild.

    Grades: 3-4
  • Caribbean Sea! | Wild Kratts

    Chris and Martin explore the Caribbean Sea to learn about the creatures and habitat. They learn how fish use their fins to swim--or fly!

    Grades: 3-4
  • Coral Reef Creature Count! | Wild Kratts

    Join the Kratt brothers in learning about the variety of the coral reef habitat. Chris and Martin try to count the thousands of creatures found in the reef.

    Grades: 3-4
  • Fun with Raptors | Wild Kratts

    Learn about the characteristics of raptors with the Kratt brothers. Chris and Martin spend some quality time with a hawk, a member of the raptor family.

    Grades: 3-4
  • Hanging with the Cotton Tops! | Wild Kratts

    Join the Wild Kratts in learning about cotton-top tamarins. They have crazy hairdos, eat fruit and insects, and like to live in groups. They also warn each other about predators.

    Grades: 3-4
  • Hippo's Home Turf | Wild Kratts

    Learn about hippos with the Wild Kratts gang. Chris and Martin show the hippopotamus in its natural habitat -- by the riverside!

    Grades: 3-4
  • Lynx and Skunk Baby Play! | Wild Kratts

    Chris and Martin meet a baby lynx and a baby skunk and watch them play outside of the food web. They get along well when young, but when the babies grow up, the friendly relationship will turn to one of predator and prey.

    Grades: 3-4
  • Make a Web! | Wild Kratts

    Chris and Martin explain how spiders weave their webs and all about the different kinds of spider silk. Join the brothers in recreating a huge web!

    Grades: 3-4
  • Masked Bandits at the Campfire | Wild Kratts

    Come learn about raccoons with the Kratt brothers. When some creatures get into Chris and Martin's food, they investigate what it could be!

    Grades: 3-4
  • Night Primates | Wild Kratts

    Learn about night primates with the Kratt brothers. Chris and Martin introduce us to the slow loris and tarsiers, which can see well at night.

    Grades: 3-4
  • Search for the Flying Fish! | Wild Kratts

    Chris and Martin search for flying fish at night. They manage to catch one of the beautiful fish and describe how its physical characteristics enable it to fly!

    Grades: 3-4
  • Secret Turkey Lurk | Wild Kratts

    Chris and Martin go on a creature hunt for the elusive wild turkey. These birds are smart, fast, and good at avoiding predators!

    Grades: 3-4
  • Shell Surprise! | Wild Kratts

    Martin and Chris search inside shells for a hermit crab surprise. Come learn about hermit crabs with the Kratt brothers!

    Grades: 3-4
  • The Night Shift | Wild Kratts

    Come learn about termites with the Kratt brothers. Termites are active at night building up their mound. Predators are active at night, too, and soldier termites protect the workers from geckos, ants and spiders who live nearby.

    Grades: 3-4
  • Who Replants the Forest? | Wild Kratts

    Learn about what you can do to help creatures with the Kratt brothers. Chris and Martin teach us how to make our backyards friendly for wild animals.

    Grades: 3-4
  • Wintertime Creature Powers | Wild Kratts

    Join the Kratt brothers to learn about wintertime creature adaptations. Forest creatures like otters, showshoe hares, lynx, and even porcupines are active during the winter. Some birds, like blue jays and chickadees, don't travel south for the winter. They stick around, forage for food, and use their layered feathers to keep warm.

    Grades: 3-4
  • Famous Aardvark Breakfast Sludge

    Learn about the protein-packed breakfast that aardvarks love — full of insects! Viewers learn that the insectivores' favorite insects are termites and ants.

    Grades: 1-3
  • Greatest Creature Builder

    Come along with Chris and Martin as they explore the best creature builder in the world — the beaver! Viewers learn that beavers use their giant orange teeth to chop down trees, and carry sticks to build landscape-transforming dams.

    Grades: 1-3
  • Happy Birthday Baby Pythons

    Learn about the birth process of the Ball Python and how the mothers are very involved pre-birth. However, once the young ones have hatched, they are on their own! Viewers learn that the mother sits by the eggs, protecting them and maintaining their temperature, which can keep them from eating for 90 days!

    Grades: 1-3
  • Saving Worms and Making Dirt

    See how you can help worms to survive when they are stuck in the sun by putting them back in the soil. Also, expand your knowledge of the role that worms play in the environment through the power of composting. Viewers learn that worms are great soil farmers and have the power to breakdown food scraps and turn them into more soil.

    Grades: K-4

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