I was gathering materials for my "106 Days..." study and I'm not finding these oody titles. HAve they changed names? These are the ones I can't find...
1-Water, Water Everywhere
2-Experience and Eel
3-G-d's Earth Team
Did you try Rainbow Resource Center
Have you checked out this site yet? http://www.creationsensation.com/MuseumStore/MoodyscienceAdventuredvds.htm
The videos are titled Moody Science Adventures. You have to look closely at the descriptions as they have combined many of the titles into one. I still have yet to find a couple myself. Also, I know that our library has a few of them- how about yours? Hope this helps.
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I actually joined Netflix to get ours. It's $5 a month and I've been able to greatly enhance our school experience. I wasn't always able to get exactly the one suggested, but I found fabulous replacements. You have to watch for the evolutionary remarks at times, but as a whole, I was more then pleased.
We also use it for ballets, symphonies (our composer study) and sometimes geography. Not as good as going to a live concert, but when you're in rural America as we are, this is a wonderful option.
We have chosen to eliminate cable, satellite, etc., from our home and I was nervous about joining, but it's actually been an enormous blessing.
Some of those titles are episodes that are on videos with a different overall title. (If that makes sense.) You can find a complete listing, along with LOTS of other helpful information and links on the Bonus Features page for 106 Days.
By the way, everyone, we try to post a Bonus Features page for each book we release. So take a look at those extra links and tips. Just click on the book's title on our home page and you'll see a Bonus Features link on the book's page. Enjoy! Oh, and let us know if you find other related links that would be helpful to those using that particular book; we would love to add more. Thanks!
Heather-Our library doesn't and I haven't yet checked the interlibrary possibilities.
gr8tfulmom-we have netflix, too. It's the only way we can get classic Disney not this newer junk. Not to mention late fees make us broke!I will check their stock.
Sonya-Thanks for pointing out the resource page. It was very helpful.
OK. I'm trying to hunt for DVD's. I can't buy many right now, if any. So I tripped over to Netflix, but can't find ANYthing that is a Moody video, and can't even turn up a single science title on "water" or anything. All I keep getting is movies with "water" in the title. My eyes hurt and I am tired of scrolling past so much trash! Anyone that got something at Netflix or somewhere else, could you please share the title or something to help my poor old eyes? LOL
Here's the DVD that Water, Water, Everywhere is on. http://www.libraryanded.com/store/CHILD6201.html
If this liknk doesn't work, try the home page here:
you may have to create a login and username.
go to dvd's and click on "science" then the second offer of dvd's called "The Clown FAced Carpenter/Wonder of You"set. It's $8.79
Has anyone tried the Advantage DVD membership - I think it is supposed to run like Netflix, but have mostly educational titles. I was wondering if anyone was a member and what they thought of it? I might join, but I would like input from others if anybody has it. Thanks.
Did you ever find any water videos on Netflix? I am looking for something as well, and I remember seeing this posting a few weeks back. I am needing it for next week--just thought I would check.
I have a free month with Netflix and I am hoping to get a lot of educational videos from this site.
Not that this will help with the water search, but I want to share a Netflix conversation I had a couple weeks ago. I had called for assistance in finding movies "by subject". The lady told me that although it wasn't available now, there was much discussion going on in how to improve the service for the ever-increasing number of homeschoolers subscribed. She said it would help if we would call and ask for that particular feature. Right now, you can only search by title. so, if "water" wasn't in the title, you'll have a hard time finding it.
They do have what's called a "genre" search, but it is still very difficult to find what you're looking for. There's are 1000's in the nature "genre" but all I want is one on zebra's. Never did find one!
I absolutely love Netflix, it has blessed our homeschool enormously. But at times, it's very frustrating. A search by subject feature would be a dream come true!
So Netflix subscribers...call!!
I ordered from moodypublishers.com but "God's Nature Team" and "Water, Water, Everywhere" are no longer available. I took a chance on another one about wind, water and thunder. Some of the videos are avail. on amazon.com as of yesterday and so are some of the books.
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