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From oceans to lakes to fountains at the park—water is the best! Water helps us grow, live, and stay cool. In this adventure, we’ll explore wet wonders, from waterfalls and icy glaciers to creatures of the deep.

For Grown-Ups

What You’ll Need

Your CKJR Toolkit. What’s in the Toolkit?
  • Blocks (plastic, wooden, cardboard, magnetic—anything to build with!)
  • Play Doh (store bought or homemade)
  • A bin for water, plus cups, scoops, and spoons
  • Figurines (small animals, dinosaurs, or people)
  • A big roll or pad of paper
  • Washable paints, crayons, markers, and any other easy-to-clean art supplies


  • A glass jar (an empty pasta sauce jar works well)
  • Cotton balls
  • Nature objects like rocks, dirt, and sticks (you'll collect these on a walk)
  • A piece of gauze
  • Construction paper in light blue, bright blue, and black
  • Tape
  • A medicine dropper
  • Towel
  • Ice cubes
  • Small toys or balls
  • Food coloring (optional)

Family Activity

Remember Dory, the little blue fish from “Finding Nemo?” She’s on her own journey home in “Finding Dory,” a sweet family film from Disney-Pixar. It’s rentable on YouTube and other streaming platforms. As always, check out the Common Sense Media review first to make sure it’s a good fit for your family.

And if you’re looking for an undersea learning experience for the whole family, check out another episode of “Our Planet.” This one is all about coastal seas. (Note to grown-ups: “Our Planet” includes references to predators and climate change that some young viewers may find worrying.)