Sid The Science Kid | Getting a Shot: You can do it!

Sid The Science Kid | Getting a Shot: You can do it!


[music playing] [car horn beeps] [child giggles] [music playing] [Child’s Voice]
NCircle. [music playing and buzzing] [music playing] [Child’s Voice]
PBS Kids. [Sid]
Hey, is this thing on? [Kids]
♪ Hey, Sid, what do you say?
What you wanna learn today? ♪ [Sid]
♪ I wanna know why things
happen and how, ♪ ♪ and I wanna know
everything now. ♪ ♪ Oh, yeah! ♪ ♪ How does this thing work?
Why does that stuff change? ♪ ♪ How does that do what
it just did? ♪ ♪ What’s up with the sky?
You think I could fly? ♪ ♪ The world is spinning,
and I wanna know why. ♪ ♪ I gotta lot of questions
and big ideas. ♪ ♪ I’m Sid the Science Kid. ♪♪ [Sid]
Oh, hi, it’s me, Sid! And I’ve got the most amazing,
super duper news in the whole world! Today, my grandma is
coming to school! How cool is that? ♪ Grandma’s coming to
school today! ♪ ♪ Ba da da da do do
di do do…psssh! ♪ ♪ She’s the best grandma
in the world! ♪ ♪ Ba na na na na na…
oweeoweeowee…blam! ♪♪ Yeah, thank you,
audience, woohoo! Oh, I forgot to tell you why
Grandma’s coming to school. My grandma is a nurse,
so she’s giving me and my friends a shot. It’s because our moms and
dads want us to get a flu vacci-shmation. Well, it’s something
like that. Anyway, I know my grandma loves
me, so there must be a good reason for getting
a shot, because, hey, shots kind of hurt. So I just gotta know! Why do I have to get a… [echo effect]…shot? [Mom]
Sid, breakfast time! [Sid]
Breakfast Time! Hey, good morning, Mom,
morning, Dad! [Mom and Dad]
Good morning, Sid! [Sid]
So today’s a really, really,
really special day! ♪ Grandma’s coming to
school today! ♪ [Dad]
♪ Doo be doo be doo be
doo be do bop! ♪♪ [laughter] [Sid]
Hey, Mom, what’s that thing
called when you get a shot? [Mom]
You mean a vaccination? [Sid]
Oh yeah, that’s it. Well, I’m not so sure
I want a vaccination. Hey, maybe I don’t
even need one. [Mom]
Sid, sweetie, your dad and
I love you, and we think getting a vaccination is the
best way to stay healthy so you don’t catch
the flu virus. [Sid]
A flu walrus? [Dad]
No, it’s a flu virus. See, a virus is something
that can make you sick. Remember last winter
I had the flu virus? I had a fever, and all day long
I went uh-uh-uh-uh-achooo! And I also went [coughs]. And I felt all…
[hacking, yacking sounds]. I wish I had gotten
a flu vaccination. Then maybe I wouldn’t
have gotten so sick. [Mom]
And lucky for you, today
Grandma’s going to give you a vaccination for
the new flu virus. [Sid]
So all I have to do to stay
healthy is get a vaccination? [Mom]
Well, a vaccination is a great
way to stay healthy, but you also need to sneeze
into your elbow, or use a tissue and
throw it away, and most important… [Mom and Dad]
Wash your hands with
soap and water! [Zeke]
Wash da han wif
hope an bater! [Mom]
And here at home, we could
probably do a little extra cleaning to get
rid of germs. What do you think, Mort? [Dad]
Great idea, Alice! I’m on it! Okay, where are all the
places we touch? [Sid]
I know what I’m going to do. I’m going to eat breakfast
so I can go to school and see Grandma! [music playing] ♪ I love my mom! ♪ [Mom]
♪ Uh huh! ♪ [Sid]
♪ My mom is cool! ♪ [Mom]
♪ Uh huh! ♪ [Sid]
♪ But now it’s time for having
fun at school, yeah! ♪♪ [Susie]
Hi. [music playing] [Sid]
♪ I’m lookin’ for my friends…
I’m lookin’ for you… ♪ ♪ There’s Gabriela! ♪ [Gabriela]
♪ Watch what I can do! ♪ ♪ Yeah, ready, set, go! ♪ [Sid]
♪ Wow! ♪ ♪ I’m lookin’ for my friends…
I’m lookin’ for you… ♪ ♪ Hey there’s Gerald! ♪ [Gerald]
♪ Yeah, check out my moves! ♪ ♪ Yeah, I’m a rock star! ♪ ♪ Gerald in the house! ♪ [Sid]
♪ Cool! ♪ ♪ I’m lookin’ for my friends…
I’m lookin’ for you… ♪ ♪ Hey, there’s May! ♪ [May]
♪ May I show you
how I groove? ♪ ♪ All right, so cool! ♪ [Sid]
♪ Groovy! ♪ [All]
♪ We’re looking for
our friends! ♪ ♪ We’re looking
for you! ♪ [Gerald, Gabriela, May]
♪ Hey, there’s Sid! ♪ [Sid]
♪ Did you hear the one about
the kid who wanted to know ♪ ♪ everything about everything? ♪ [Gerald, Gabriela, May]
♪ That’s you! ♪ [Sid]
♪ You got me. ♪ [music playing] [All]
♪ We’re looking for
our friends! ♪ ♪ And look what we found! ♪ ♪ We found each other…
Friends! ♪♪ [Sid]
And now it’s time for
the Sid Survey! Hello, I am Sid,
roving reporter, with today’s survey. The question: Have you ever
had a shot? And maybe you’ve
had a shot, too. Let’s go get
some answers! Hi, Gabriela. [Gabriela]
Hello. [Sid]
Ooh, that’s a really
nice giraffe. [Gabriela]
Thank you. [Sid]
I have a question: Have you
ever had a shot? [Gabriela]
Yes! I got a shot last year,
and so did my big brother. Then we got two
stickers each! [Sid]
Two stickers! Wow, I love stickers! [Gabriela]
Me, too! [Sid]
Hey, Gerald — [Gerald]
Runaway train! [Sid]
Oh, no, you’re way off
the tracks, buddy. [Gerald]
Coming in for a landing! Uh-oh, I hit a giraffe. [Sid]
Hey, Gerald, have you ever
had a shot? [Gerald]
Yes, I have, and my dad
had one, too. Hey, Sid, my dad told me a joke
to make me feel better. [Sid]
Ooh, can I hear it? [Gerald]
Okay, why do chickens sit
on their eggs? [Sid]
I don’t know. Why do chickens sit
on their eggs? [Gerald]
Because they don’t
have chairs! [Sid]
Ha, that’s a good one. Because they don’t
have chairs! That’s funny! Hi, May. [May]
Hi, Sid. [Sid]
I have a question. Have you ever
had a shot? [May]
A shot? Sure, I’ve had one. No big deal. You know who else
had a shot? My cat Mushu…
at the vet. You know what she thought
about getting a shot? Meow, meow, meow. That means “no big deal.” [Sid]
Wow, you and Mushu
are cool. [May]
Thank you. [Sid]
Welcome. And now the results
of my survey. May and her cat
have had shots. Gerald and his dad
have had shots. Gabriela and her big brother
have had shots. And maybe you know someone
who’s had a shot, too. Maybe it’s you! And there you have it. I am Sid, roving reporter
and shot expert. [Susie]
Everybody, Rug Time! [Sid]
That’s Teacher Susie! [Susie]
And remember to wash
your hands! [Sid]
Right, we gotta wash
our hands! [Gerald]
Oh, okay. Hey, guys, wait a second. I think my laces might be
stuck in the pedal. [Sid, Gabriela, May]
♪ A, B, C, D, E, F, G — ♪ [Gerald]
[grunts] Come on! [Sid, Gabriela, May]
♪ — Q, R, S, T, U, V,
W, X, Y, Z! ♪♪ [Gerald]
[grunts] Whoa! [Susie]
Great! [Gerald]
Yes! [Sid]
All done! [Susie]
All right! [Gerald]
I am free! [Susie]
♪ It’s Rug Time! Come on in! ♪ ♪ Rug Time! Take a seat! ♪ ♪ Rug Time! ♪ [Kids]
♪ We’re ready! ♪ [Susie]
♪ Everybody move your feet! ♪ ♪ Rug Time! ♪ [Kids]
♪ Teacher Susie! ♪ [Susie]
♪ Good time is on the way! ♪ ♪ Rug time! Come on in! ♪ ♪ We’ve got a lot
to learn today. ♪♪ [music playing] [Gerald]
Hi. [Susie]
Gerald, did you remember to wash
your hands before coming into the classroom? [Gerald]
Oh, no, I forgot! [faucet running] [Gerald]
Okay, all washed. [Susie]
Gerald, did you remember
to use soap? [Gerald]
Oh, I forgot that, too! [faucet running] [Gerald]
Okay, all soaped up. [Susie]
Gerald, did you remember to dry
your hands with a paper towel? [Gerald]
Yes, I did. [Susie]
And did you remember to throw
that paper towel into the trash can? [Gerald]
Oh, no, I left it
on the sink! [crinkling sound and
trash can lid shuts] [Gerald]
Okay, now I’m really ready! [Susie]
Great, Gerald, and I think
Sid is ready, too. Sid, would you like to introduce
our special guest today? [Sid]
Ooh, I sure would! Ladies and gentlemen,
our special guest today likes to scuba dive
and hang glide, and she gives the best hugs
in the whole world, and she’s a nurse,
and she’s my grandma! [applause and cheering] [Susie]
Sid’s grandma, welcome! [Grandma]
Hello, hello, hello! Oh, looky here, you look like
a nice young man. So what’s your name? [Sid]
Grandma! [Grandma]
Oh, it’s my Sid! Hey, kiddo! [May]
Sid’s Grandma, are you
really a nurse? [Grandma]
Oh, you betcha, kiddo! I’ve been a nurse
for 37 years! [Gerald]
What’s the coolest Band-Aid
you’ve ever seen? [Grandma]
I brought it with
me today. It’s a Band-Aid with a picture
of a bear wearing a cowboy hat! [Gerald]
Oh, wow. [May]
If you’re a nurse, does that
mean you give shots? [Grandma]
Oh, you’re talking about
a vaccination shot. I sure do, May. [Susie]
And that’s exactly why
Sid’s grandma is here. Remember I sent home a note to
your parents asking about a flu vaccination? [Kids]
Yes. [Susie]
Well, they all gave permission,
and today’s the day. [Gabriela]
Oh, I forgot. Uh, I’m not sure
I want a shot. [Grandma]
Well, I know shots hurt a
little, but I have to use a needle because it’s the best
way to get that vaccination into your body. [May]
The vaccination goes
into your body? [Grandma]
It sure does, kiddo. The vaccination protects your
body so the bad ol’ flu virus won’t make ya sick. I got my vaccination last month,
and now I’m healthy as can be! [Gabriela]
Wait, the vaccination
protects us? How does it
do that? [Susie]
You’re all asking
great questions. And I know getting a shot
doesn’t seem like fun, but when you think
like a scientist, getting a vaccination is
actually a really good thing! Let’s see, do I have
any scientists here? [Kids]
Me! I am! Right here!
Over here! [Susie]
Okay, scientists, let’s take a
look at what really happens when you get a vaccination. [Gerald]
What’s that stuff inside
the needle? [Susie]
Well, that’s the
vaccination. It’s medicine that helps your
body make antibodies. [Kids]
Antibodies? [Susie]
Yes, antibodies in your body
fight the virus and protect you so you won’t
get sick. That means you’re immune. [May]
Oh, I want to be immune! [Kids]
Yeah, I wanna be immune, too! [Susie]
That’s great! Now that you’re all thinking
like scientists, I think you’re ready for
your vaccinations. Let’s all go to the — [Grandma]
I know! To the Super Fab Lab! [Kids]
Yeah, to the Super Fab Lab! [music playing] [All]
Super Fab Lab! [Kids]
Investigate, explore,
discover…ah! [Grandma]
♪ La la la la la…
hm hm hm ♪♪ All right, kiddos, let’s form
a line right here. Susie, you, too. [Kids]
Teacher Susie? [Susie]
Well, the flu can spread pretty
fast around a school, so I need a vaccination, too. [Grandma]
And you know what, the flu can
spread pretty fast around the whole town. So by getting a vaccination
today, you’re helping to keep yourself healthy
and the whole town. How about that? [Kids]
Pretty cool. [Grandma]
Okay, any volunteers
to go first? [Gerald]
I’m ready. [Grandma]
Okay dokey, here’s the
vaccination. I have one for
each of you. [Gerald]
Whoa, wait. Actually, I’m not ready. [Grandma]
Well, I know something that will
make getting a shot much easier. A song! ♪ Hey, kids, we’re ready
to roll! ♪ ♪ Stopping that virus,
that’s our goal! ♪ ♪ So come on, everybody,
we’re getting the shot. ♪ ♪ It might hurt
a little bit — ♪ [May, Sid, Gabriela]
♪ Just a little bit! ♪ [Grandma]
♪ But it’s gonna help
a whole lot! ♪ [Susie]
♪ This vaccination is a
great opportunity — ♪ [May, Sid, Gabriela]
♪ Yes it is!
Yes it is! ♪ [Susie]
♪ — to do something for
yourself and your community! ♪ [Grandma and Kids]
♪ Yes it is!
Yes it is! ♪ [Susie]
♪ The virus won’t spread
if we don’t let it. ♪ [Grandma]
♪ So roll up your sleeves,
and come and get it. ♪ [music playing] [Sid]
♪ If I don’t get the virus,
I won’t give it to you. ♪ [Gabriela]
♪ If you don’t give it to me,
I won’t give it to her. ♪ [May]
♪ If I don’t get it from her,
I won’t give it to them. ♪ [All]
♪ That’s true! ♪ [Gerald]
♪ If I don’t get the virus,
I won’t give it to you! ♪ [All]
♪ Hey, kids, we’re ready
to roll! ♪ ♪ Stopping that virus,
that’s our goal! ♪ ♪ So come on, everybody,
we’re getting the shot. ♪ ♪ It might hurt
a little bit — ♪ [Grandma]
♪ Just a little bit! ♪ [All]
♪ But it’s gonna help
a whole lot! ♪ [Gerald]
♪ Hey, kids, I’m ready
to roll! ♪ ♪ Stopping that virus,
that’s my goal! ♪ ♪ So come on, everybody,
we’re getting the shot. ♪ ♪ It might hurt
a little bit — ♪ [All]
♪ Just a little bit! ♪ [Gerald]
♪ Ouch! ♪ ♪ But it’s gonna help
a whole lot! ♪♪ [laughs] Yeah, well,
that wasn’t so bad. [Grandma]
Oh, I’m so proud of you, Gerald! [Gerald]
Thanks, Sid’s Grandma. Hey, guys, look at
my Band-Aid. [Kids]
Ooooh, wow, that’s cool. [Sid]
Hey, Grandma, I’ll go next! [Grandma]
That’s my boy. [Sid]
Hey, you’re a scientist and
you think like a scientist! When you sing our song, I bet
you can do this, too! [Susie]
Okay, it’s time to get the
new flu vaccination! First, a nurse will wash her
hands with soap and water. Then she’ll clean your arm
with rubbing alcohol. And now you’re ready for
your vaccination. Good job! Some of you will get a
vaccination that looks like this. There’s no needle. It’s a spray that goes
into your nose. Ready? Big sniff. And now one more. You did it! If you do get a shot,
it might hurt a little, but it will help you stay
healthy for a long time! And remember, when you
get your vaccination, you can sing
this song! ♪ Hey, kids, we’re ready
to roll! ♪ ♪ Stopping that virus,
that’s our goal! ♪ ♪ So come on, everybody,
we’re getting the shot. ♪ ♪ It might hurt
a little bit, ♪ ♪ but it’s gonna help
a whole lot! ♪♪ You did it! Soon your body will start making
antibodies to protect you from the flu virus. And then you’ll be immune! Way to go, scientists! [Grandma]
Alrighty, kiddos, I’m off to
the other classrooms to give more vaccinations. [Sid]
Hey, Grandma, you can teach
them your new song! [Grandma]
Oh, good idea, Sid! I will. Bye bye now! [Sid and Kids]
Bye, Grandma!
Bye, Sid’s Grandma. [Susie]
Well, now that you’ve all gotten
your shots and your Band-Aids, I hereby declare that you’re
all vaccination experts! [Kids]
Yay! [Susie]
And I think it’s time to go play
with all your new ideas! [Kids]
[cheering] [laughing] [Gabriela]
Let’s play pretend! Me, Sid and May will
be antibodies! [Sid and May]
Yes! All right, I’m an antibody! [Gabriela]
And, Gerald, you’re going
to be a flu virus. [Gerald]
Do viruses wear
chef’s hats? [Gabriela]
They do now! Okay, let’s play! [Sid]
Get the grapefruit hats. [Gabriela]
You’re a yucky, yucky virus,
and you’re trying to make a body sick. [Gerald]
Okay, watch out, body! Raah! Raah! Raah! I’m making a body sick!
I’m making a body sick! [Gabriela]
Oh, no, you don’t,
Mr. Virus! This body just got
a vaccination! And it made me! I’m an antibody and I’m
here to stop you! [Gerald]
Well, you’re just one antibody,
and I’m a big, tough virus. You can’t stop me. [Gabriela]
Yes, I can. This body is immune! It has lots of antibodies! [Sid]
I’m an antibody! [May]
Me too! [Sid]
Ha-ya! [Gabriela]
Ha-yoosh! [May]
Ha — [giggles] [Sid, Gabriela, May]
Let’s get that virus! [Gabriela]
Let’s go! [Gerald]
Oh, no, the antibodies
are getting me! This body is immune! [May]
We did it! Our work here is done. [Gerald]
Can I come back now? [Sid, Gabriela, May]
No, get him! Get the virus! [Sid]
And now… [Gerald]
It’s time… [May and Gabriela]
For Susie… [All]
To…..clean? [Susie]
That’s right, I’m cleaning
all our toys and counters to get rid of
any viruses. [Sid]
Hey, my dad’s cleaning our
house to get rid of germs. Is that the
same thing? [Susie]
It sure is. A virus is a kind of germ. And germs can travel around
on all the things we touch. Maybe this germ can tell you
how he gets around town. [music playing] [Susie]
♪ I was minding my own business,
living in Robert’s nose. ♪ ♪ I’m just a teeny,
tiny germ. ♪ ♪ Here’s how my
story goes. ♪ ♪ I’m always ready to travel,
though my trips are ♪ ♪ never planned. ♪ ♪ It was time to hit the road
when Robert sneezed into ♪ ♪ his hand. ♪ [Gabriela]
♪ So here comes his
old buddy, Bill. ♪ ♪ His handshake
was so firm. ♪ [Susie]
♪ I climbed aboard his hand and
went on the journey of a germ. ♪ [Gerald]
♪ Now, Bill, he needed milk
and eggs, so he walked into ♪ ♪ the store. ♪ [Susie]
♪ He left me on the door knob
when he opened up the door. ♪ [May]
♪ Corrina touched the door and
said hello to Mr. Sands. ♪ ♪ They chatted by
the vegetables. ♪ ♪ She forgot to wash
her hands. ♪ [Susie]
♪ My name is Sheldon Sherman. ♪ ♪ Most people call
me “Sherm.” ♪ ♪ I was traveling with Corrina
on my journey of a germ. ♪ [All]
♪ Hand to hand, hand to hand,
hand to hand, hand to hand, ♪ ♪ that’s the way I travel. ♪ [Sid]
♪ Corrina bought a ticket and
she hopped onto the train. ♪ ♪ The conductor shook
her hand and said, ♪ ♪ “Enjoy your ride to Maine.” ♪ [Susie]
♪ We got off in Bangor. ♪ ♪ We were happy
to arrive! ♪ [Gerald]
♪ The conductor met the mayor
and gave him a big high-five. ♪ [Sid]
♪ The mayor shook hands
with a senator ♪ ♪ running for a second term. ♪ [Susie]
♪ And he shook hands
with a majorette, ♪ ♪ on my journey
of a germ. ♪ [Gabriela]
♪ The majorette was at
a football game. ♪ ♪ Her baton, it
hardly twirled. ♪ [Susie]
♪ I’d given her a cold and
traveled half way around ♪ ♪ the world. ♪ ♪ Then she sneezed
into her elbow. ♪ ♪ I thought I was
gonna cry. ♪ ♪ She washed her
hands, no! ♪ [Kids]
♪ Goodbye! Goodbye! Goodbye! ♪ ♪ Bye Bye! ♪ [Kids]
♪ See ya later, germ!
Go away, germ! ♪♪ [Susie]
Here you go, Sid. [Grandma]
Do I hear some singing
in here? [Kids]
Sid’s Grandma! [Susie]
Hey, scientists, before we go
home, I think we should thank Sid’s grandma for
joining us today! [Kids]
Thank you, Grandma!
Thank you, Sid’s Grandma! [Grandma]
Oh, you’re quite welcome. You all are a lot
of fun! Thanks for having me! [Susie]
Okay, everyone,
time to go home! [Grandma]
C’mon, Sid, let’s roll! [Kids]
Bye, Sid! [Sid]
Bye! [Gerald]
See you later! [Grandma]
Woohoo! [Sid]
♪ Backseat driving
with Grandma! ♪♪ [Sid]
Hey, Grandma, remember how Susie
was cleaning the classroom? [Grandma]
Oh, I sure do. She was getting
rid of germs. That reminds me, did I ever tell
you that when I was in school, I learned about the scientist
who discovered that washing hands helps to stop
germs from spreading around! He was one smart cookie,
and his name was Ignatz Semmelweis! [Sid]
What? Igna-who? [Grandma]
Yes, that’s his real name,
and he was a real scientist! For years after I learned about
him, I couldn’t so much as wash my hands without thinking of
good ol’ Ignatz Semmelweis and how he helped people
be healthier. That’s right, thanks to him,
we know that washing hands helps ya not catch
a cold! Thanks, Ignatz! [Sid]
Oh, yeah, he’s a really
cool scientist! [Grandma]
Yes, he is. And you can grow up to be a
really cool scientist, too! [Sid]
Yeah, maybe I will! I have the best grandma
in the whole world! [music playing] [Sid]
♪ I learned something cool,
something cool today. ♪ ♪ I know it upside down
and inside out. ♪ ♪ I learned all about… ♪ [Grandma]
[laughs] [Sid]
♪ Vaccinations! ♪♪ Vaccinated scientist
in the house! [studio audience applause] [Sid]
Mom, Mom, Mom!
Guess what? I got my vaccination
from Grandma today! [Mom]
Oh, sweetie, I’m so
proud of you! [Grandma]
Yep, oh, and Sid was
a real brave boy. [Dad]
[in robot voice] Dad, the Clean
Machine, entering the kitchen. Greetings to all. Hey, Sid, did you get
a vaccination today? [Sid]
Yeah, I sure did! Grandma taught us a song,
and it made getting a shot super easy. [Dad]
Go, Grandma, go! [Grandma]
Oh, thanks. [Dad]
You know what? While you were in school, we all
got vaccinations at the doctor. Even little Zeke! [Zeke]
Ittle Zeke! [Sid]
That’s great, Zeke! Now your body can make
antibodies to fight a virus so you won’t
get sick. You’ll be immune! [Zeke]
U’ll be ba moon! [Mom]
Wow, Sid, I’m impressed. You’re quite the
vaccination expert! [Sid]
I’m a vaccination expert,
and I’m also going to stay healthy! [Dad]
Let’s make sure we
all stay healthy! Who wants to help me clean
all the places we touch to get rid of
the germs? [Grandma, Sid, Mom]
I do! I do! I do! [Dad]
All right, then you’re all
part of the… [in robot voice]
Dad Clean Machine! [in robot voice]
Tell me what to clean! [Mom]
[in robot voice]
Must clean refrigerator door! [Dad]
[in robot voice]
Cleaning door now. [Grandma]
[in robot voice]
Must clean cabinet handle! [Dad]
[in robot voice]
Cleaning cabinet handle. [Sid]
[in robot voice] Must clean
under Zeke’s high chair. Zeke wipes his
drool there. [Dad]
[in robot voice]
Cleaning high chair. [Grandma]
[in robot voice]
The phone! Lots of germs
on the phone! [All]
[in robot voices]
Must clean phone! Must clean phone! [Sid]
[in robot voice]
Phone extra germy! [Sid]
Oh, hi, I’m about to give
all my stuffed animals a vaccination. You first, Albert. [Sid as Albert]
No, Sid, I don’t want
a vaccination! [Sid]
It’s okay, Albert. It only hurts for a little bit,
and then you stay healthy for a long time! [Sid as Albert]
Okay. [Sid]
There you go. [Sid as Albert]
Thanks for making me feel
better, Sid. [Sid]
You’re welcome, Albert. Don’t forget, when you think
like a scientist, getting a vaccination is
a really good thing! And I always think
like a scientist, because I am Sid the… [echo effect]
Science Kid! And remember, keep asking lots
and lots of questions! See ya later, scientists! Okay, now it’s vaccination time
for everybody. You first, Ignatz. Now you, Josie. [music playing] [Male Speaker]
First 5 California. One, two, three! Explore the world with me. First 5 California is
a proud sponsor of “Sid the Science Kid.” [Female Speaker]
At Boeing, we believe the best
way to prepare children for success is by nuturing their
curiosity and enthusiasm for learning, and letting the future
of our children take flight. [Male Speaker]
Additional funding is provided
by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and APTR,
promoting health through prevention, education
and research; The Rose Hills
Foundation, the Arthur Vining Davis
Foundations, and by conributions to your PBS
station from viewers like you. Thank you. [music playing] [Childs Voice]
PBS Kids. [music playing and buzzing] [music playing] [Sid]
Wow! Oh, hi, we’re just checking
out our Web site. You can explore with us. [Susie]
That’s a great idea! Come join us; visit pbskids.org. There’s a lot of great
information for grown-ups, too. [Sid]
I think we look pretty good
in the computer. [Sid]
Scientist in the house! [Female Speaker]
It’s “Sid the Science Kid,”
on PBS Kids. [Sid]
Did you hear the one about
the kid who wanted to know everything about everything? [Female Speaker]
He investigates… [Sid]
Let’s go get some answers. [Female Speaker]
Inquires… [Sid]
Have you ever seen a chart? [Female Speaker]
And explores the
big questions. [Sid]
Banana, why did you have go
and get all brown and mushy? [Female Speaker]
It’s “Sid the Science Kid,”
weekdays, only on PBS Kids. [Sid]
See you later, scientists.