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Xoax - Clip - Planets
Xoax - Clip - Planets
Clip - Planets - 2.19 min. This children's educational video tutorial teaches kids about space and the planets in our solar system, along with their orbits around the Sun: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune. It gives a brief description of the each of the planets along with an image and the name to help reinforce the names. It also explains the classification of the planets into the terrestrials and the gas giants.
Xoax - Clip - Colors (Part 1)
Xoax - Clip - Colors (Part 1)
Clip - Colors - 1.29 min. This Children’s video teaches the concept of colors, using the colors White, Red, Blue, Green, Yellow, Orange, Purple, Gray, and Black. By presenting several objects of varying colors, children learn to generalize the notion of a color. The video shows pool balls, airplanes, and cars.
Xoax - Clip - Colors (part 2)
Xoax - Clip - Colors (part 2)
Clip - Colors - 1.48 min. This second educational video uses beautiful photographs to teach kids about the colors around us: Red, Black, Brown, Silver, Gold, White, Gray, Purple, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Pink. The colors are presented in various contexts and shades to further help children generalize and recognize colors.
Xoax - Clip - Alphabet (Part 1)
Xoax - Clip - Alphabet (Part 1)
Clip - Alphabet - 2.48 min In this video, Xoax teaches the alphabet using various objects that begin with each letter of the alphabet. After they run through the set of objects, they reinforce the letters and the ordering by repeating just the alphabet. Common objects such as animals, plants and food items are used to introduce vocabulary, pronunciation, and spelling.
Xoax - Clip - Alphabet (Part 2)
Xoax - Clip - Alphabet (Part 2)
Clip - Alphabet - 2.31 min This second educational video teaches kids the alphabet with both upper and lowercase letters. To do this, they present the entire alphabet twice with the letters at the beginning of words in upper case and after the beginning in lower case. With each presentation of the alphabet, they show pictures of the objects described by the words. To emphasize the difference between the upper and lower case letters, they run through the objects twice: once with an uppercase letter and once with a lowercase letter.