Kangaroos, Dracos (flying lizards) and other critters join brothers Chris and Martin Kratt every weekday on Wild Kratts to teach our little ones about science in such a fun, cool way. This mama has learned a few things too its easy to get sucked in to this show sort of like a Globetrekker with animals and fun facts. Or a Rick Steves Europe, just animated with a few creatures thrown in for fun. Makes me want to travel. Makes my kids excited about science. Win, win. And no, well stick to turtles and fish for now maybe the elephant when you are a little older.
From elephants using physics to suck gallons of water with their trunks to a fleet of peregrine falcons that harness the force of gravity to speed through the air, each of the 40 half-hour episodes of WILD KRATTS presents age-appropriate science inspired by the natural abilities of the animals that the Kratt brothers and young viewers meet.
TUNE IN: "Wild Kratts" airs weekdays on AETN at 4 p.m.