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Ever watch a kid's show and wonder why the show producers made certain choices? Neil deGrasse Tyson challenges Angela Santomero, creator of Blue's Clues, on the logic of verbal spice shakers.
If you want your kid to love science (and grow up just like Neil?!), let them be kids, he says. Playing in puddles, taking things apart, and asking endless questions today can cultivate the best scientific minds of tomorrow.
John, who's been acting since he was a 16 year-old puppeteer for Sesame Street, thinks parents could gain insight into their kids' emotional well-being just by putting a puppet in their hands. Hear why the creator of Johnny and the Sprites says playing imaginary games with your child is critical to their development and yours.