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Sid the Science Kid
Also known asJim Henson's Sid the Science Kid
GenreChildren's television series
Education
Created byThe Jim Henson Company
Written byBradley Zweig
StarringDrew Massey
Julianne Buescher
Victor Yerrid
Alice Dinnean-Vernon
Donna Kimball
Theme music composerDena Diamond
Mike Himelstein
Opening themeSid the Science Kid
Ending themeSid the Science Kid (instrumental)
Composer(s)Michael Turner
Mike Himelstein
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes68 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s)Brian Henson
Lisa Henson
Halle Stanford
Bradley Zweig
Producer(s)Chris Plourde
Running time30 minutes
Production company(s)The Jim Henson Company
DistributorKCET (2008-10)
KOCE-TV (2011-13)
Release
Original networkPBS Kids
Original releaseSeptember 1, 2008 –
March 25, 2013[1]
External links
Website

Sid the Science Kid (also known as Jim Henson's Sid the Science Kid) is an American half-hour CGI animated series that aired on PBS Kids from September 1, 2008 to March 25, 2013, with a total of 68 half-hour episodes produced over two seasons. The computer generated show is produced by The Jim Henson Company and then-PBS member KCET in Los Angeles, California using the Henson Digital Puppetry Studio. The show is produced by motion capture which allows puppeteers to voice digitally animated characters in real time.[2][3]Production began in the fall of 2008 with 42 half-hour episodes of Sid the Science Kid having been ordered. The series debuted on PBS Kids along with Martha Speaks on September 1, 2008,[4] with a two-year on-air commitment.[5] The original working title for the series was 'What's the Big Idea?' and the central character, Sid, was originally named Josh. The series is the second CGI animated show to use the motion capture technique after Donkey Kong Country (TV Series).[6]

KOCE, the current primary PBS member for the Los Angeles area, began co-producing the show after KCET disaffiliated with PBS on December 31, 2010.

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Premise[edit]

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The main character in the show is Sid, an 'inquisitive youngster' who uses comedy to tackle questions kids have about basic scientific principles and why things work the way they do. He tries to answer questions and solve problems with the help of his classmates (May, Gerald, and Gabriela), Teacher Susie, and his family (his mother Alice, his father Mort, his Grandma Rose and his baby brother Zeke). In 'Hello Doggie,' Sid's Grandma adopts a dog from the animal shelter (which she names Philbert – voiced by Bruce Lanoil,[citation needed] motion captured by Daisy the dog).

The conceptual content of Sid is based in national science learning standards, cognitive learning theory, and on the preschool science curriculum, Preschool Pathways to Science.[7]

Each week's episodes are built around a single scientific theme or concept. The first week (episodes 1 – 5) focuses on scientific tools and concepts (such as charts, observation, estimation, and measuring). The second week (episodes 6 – 10) focuses on changes and transformation (including decay, growth, freezing and melting, and the effects of heat). The third week (episodes 11 – 15) focuses on the senses (including touch, smell, sight, and hearing). The fourth week (episodes 16 – 20) focuses on health. The fifth week (episodes 21 – 25) focuses on simple machines. The sixth week (episodes 26 – 30) focuses on backyard science. The seventh week (episodes 31 – 35) focuses on the human body. The eighth week (episodes 36 – 40) focuses on weather. The Friday shows are designed to review, reinforce and summarize the central concept of the week.

One recurring segment, 'Good Laughternoon', features the kids opening panels in a brightly colored playground structure and telling jokes. The format and set borrow heavily from the closing 'joke wall' of Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In, the Groaning Wall from Square One TV, and 'locker jokes' from You Can't Do That on Television, but for a pre-school audience and Sid would end the segment by saying, 'Now that's funny!' along with a pre-recorded laughter from his toy microphone. Other recurring segments include 'What's the big idea?', a problem that Sid has with anything that has to do something with the problem; Breakfast Time, when either Alice or Mort teaches Sid something that has anything to do with the problem; The Sid Survey, the segment where Sid asks questions to May, Gerald, and Gabriela; Rug Time, where Sid shows his friends and his teacher something with the problem; The Super Fab Lab, where the scientists do the lab along with a live-action class (in fast-motion) performing the experiment of the day; Playtime; whenever the class finished an experiment, the kids would either play in the classroom or on the playground. Singing with Susie; where Susie sings a song related to the experiment or theme. Backseat Driving with Grandma; Scientist in the House!, when Sid solves the problem and/or plays with his family after school; and 'Sid's Super-Duper-Ooper-Schmooper Big Idea!', where Sid would think about what will he do to solve a problem like the one he had from each episode. Sometimes, Sid would have his play date with Gabriela or May after school making it '2 Scientists in the House!'

Characters[edit]

Sid (motion captured by Misty Rosas, voiced by Drew Massey) wants to be a scientist when he grows up. Sid is the most practical character on the show and is often portrayed as a very supportive friend. His special item is a toy microphone with four different colored buttons. When pressed, the blue button plays the recorded laughter of people, the yellow button plays the recorded applause, the red button makes a cow noise, and the white button records echoes. He wants to know 'everything about everything'. He enjoys singing and dancing as well. He is a well-noted observer, and possibly the brightest of the group. His daily activities consist of playing in his room, coming up with a question, asking people about his question, studying his question in school, going home, and presenting his 'Super-duper-ooper-schmooper Big Idea!' Sid's mother is of African descent and his father grew up Jewish as noted in the Hanukkah/Christmas/Kwanzaa episode.

May (motion captured by Dana Michael Woods, voiced by Julianne Buescher) is one of Sid's best friends, marked by her striped stockings and fairness. She is shown to have terrible eyesight. She is the most sentimental character of the group. She is very polite and is characterized by her charming, courteous ways. May often sympathizes with everyone and everything, appreciating even inanimate things like decayed pumpkins and brown, mushy bananas. May has a cat named Mooshu. While her conduct is quite silly at times, May is exceptionally smart.

Gerald (motion captured by Alon Williams, voiced by Victor Yerrid) is Sid's airhead, vivacious best friend. He often stalls at the start of Rug Time, attempting a very appreciated light-humored gig. He has a dog, a Jack Russell terrier called Chester. He is a very valued character of the quartet, perhaps the most vivid character of the group, often being the life and soul of activities. A running gag is that he is always trying to be funny, but fails miserably.

Gabriela Cordova (motion captured by John Munro Cameron, voiced by Alice Dinnean-Vernon) is yet one of the three best friends Sid got. Unlike her friends, Gabriela is the most sensible character and often comes up with the most reasonable jokes during Good Laughternoon. She is the most authoritative figure of the quartet, often being the leader of the group activities. She is usually the one to propose playing Pretend, always opting to be the mommy. She can allegedly read. Sometimes she comes over to Sid's house to have a play date with him. She has an older brother named Mateo.

Susie (motion captured by Sonya Leslie, voiced by Donna Kimball) is the Mexican-accented teacher at Sid's school. She begins the day with 'Rug Time,' where she summons the children to sit in a circle and asks them if they have anything to share with the class or talk about (usually the topic brought up is what was discussed during 'Sid's Survey' and what Sid was thinking about earlier in the day). She conducts the experiments with her class. She sings to the children during the 'Singing With Susie' segment at the end of the school day.

Mort (motion captured by John Munro Cameron, voiced by Victor Yerrid) is Sid's father. Mort works in construction and often relates Sid's observations to his work experiences.

Alice (motion captured by Sonya Leslie, voiced by Alice Dinnean-Vernon) is Sid's mother who drives him to school each day. Alice is a website designer and children's computer game developer (Episode 58 'The Amazing Computer Science Tool!). Her name is probably an allusion to her voice actress.

Rose (Sid's Grandma) (motion captured by Dana Michael Woods, voiced by Julianne Buescher and Donna Kimball) is Sid's paternal grandmother, she likes to tell Sid stories about herself when she was younger while driving home from school.

Dr. Rosalinda Cordova (motion captured by Michelan Sisti, voiced by America Ferrera) is a research scientist at the Science Center that the children often visit, and the mother of Gabriela. She helps to explain the various exhibits at the center and how they relate to the school lessons the children are having. On occasion, she will visit the children in their schoolroom and teach alongside Teacher Susie. She is very proud of her daughter Gabriela.

Zeke (motion captured by Alon Williams, voiced by Donna Kimball) is Sid's baby brother, he's 10 months old.

Episodes[edit]

Season 1 (2008–2009)[edit]

Tools and Measurements

1. The Sticker Chart (charts) September 1, 2008
2. The Rolie Polie (observation/magnification) September 2, 2008
3. Enough with the Seashells! (estimation) September 3, 2008
4. The Whale Episode (nonstandardmeasurement) September 4, 2008
5. Super Science Tools! (Tools and Measurements Review) September 5, 2008

Changes and Transformations

6. My Mushy Banana (decay) September 8, 2008
7. My Shrinking Shoes (growth) September 9, 2008
8. My Ice Pops (reversible transformation/Ice) September 10, 2008
9. The Perfect Pancake (irreversible transformation/Heat) September 11, 2008
10. No More Changes! (Changes and Transformations Review) September 12, 2008

Senses

11. The Itchy Tag (texture/touch/feel) September 22, 2008
12. What's That Smell? (smelling) September 23, 2008
13. Grandma's Glasses (sight/vision) September 24, 2008
14. Too Much Noise! (hearing) September 25, 2008
15. All My Senses (Senses Review) September 26, 2008

Health

16. A Brush With Teeth (dental hygiene) October 20, 2008
17. I Want Cake (healthyfood groups) October 21, 2008
18. The Big Sneeze (germs) October 22, 2008
19. Must See TV (exercise/fitness) October 23, 2008
20. Sid's Health Day (Health Review) October 24, 2008

Simple Machines

21. The Broken Wheel (wheels) February 9, 2009
22. My Slide (inclined planes) February 10, 2009
23. Sid's Amazing Invention (levers) February 11, 2009
24. The Tree House (pulleys) February 12, 2009
25. Climb, Ignatz, Climb! (Simple Machines Review) February 13, 2009

Backyard Science

26. Hello, Doggie! (animal communication) February 16, 2009
27. Home Tweet Home (animalhomes) February 17, 2009
28. The Dirt on Dirt (dirt/soil/mud) February 18, 2009
29. Don't Forget the Leaves! (leaves) February 19, 2009
30. The Bug Club (Backyard Science Review) February 20, 2009

The Body

31. Special Mom Day Meal (stomachs) May 4, 2009
32. I Have Muscles Where? (muscles) May 5, 2009
33. Sid's Amazing Lungs (lungs) May 6, 2009
34. How Did My Dog Do That? (bones/skeletons) May 7, 2009
35. Now That's Using Your Brain (brains) May 8, 2009

Weather

36. Sid's Rainy Play Date (rain/thunder/lighting) September 14, 2009
37. Special Sunny Dad Day (sun/hot) September 15, 2009
38. Sid's Holiday Adventure (snow/cold/ice) September 16, 2009
39. The Wind Did It (wind) September 17, 2009
40. Sid the Weatherman (Weather Review) September 18, 2009

Season 2 (2010–2012)[edit]

Force and Motion

43. Slide to the Side (friction) October 4, 2010
44. That's the Way the Ball Bounces (elasticity) October 5, 2010
45. Ignatz's Inertia (inertia) October 6, 2010
46. Sid's Super Kick (force) October 7, 2010

Light and Shadow

47. Let There Be Light (light) November 8, 2010
48. Discovering Darkness (dark) November 9, 2010
49. Shadow Smile (shadows) November 10, 2010
50. A Rainbow Every Day! (rainbows) November 11, 2010

Environmental Systems

51. Where Did The Water Go (water) April 18, 2011
52. Clean Air (Air/Trees) April 19, 2011
53. Reused Robot (Recycling/Trash) April 20, 2011
54. Save the Stump (Habitats) April 21, 2011

Technology and Engineering

58. The Amazing Computer Science Tool! (computers) December 6, 2011
59. The Big Cheese! (research) December 7, 2011
60. Sid Wings It! (flight) December 8, 2011
61. Sid Engineers a Solution (engineering) December 9, 2011

Living Things

64. Sids Pet Project (pets/responsibility) January 23, 2012
65. Sleep? Who Needs It?! (sleep) January 24, 2012
66. Seed the Science Kid (seeds/life cycles) January 25, 2012
67. The Reason Sid's Sneezin (allergies) January 26, 2012

Season 1-2's Specials (2009–12)

Season 1

41. Getting A Shot: You Can Do It! (vaccination) October 26, 2009

Season 2

42. No School Sing-Along Special (Sing-Along/Music) June 21, 2010
55. Sid's Backyard Campout (Camping) June 20, 2011
56. Halloween Spooky Science Special (Halloween: Spiders/Bats/Skeletons/Cats) October 17, 2011
57. I Want to Be a Scientist! (Wildlife biologist/Robotics engineer/Chemist/Astronaut) December 5, 2011
62. Get Up and Move! (Body Movement) January 6, 2012
63. Rock n Roll Easter (Rocks) April 3, 2012

Sid the Science Kid: The Movie (2013)[edit]

Sid the Science Kid: The Movie premiered on March 25, 2013. It featured the original voice cast of the show, with special guest voice Christopher Lloyd as Dr. Bonanodon. In the movie, Sid and his friends enter a contest and win a trip to a new science museum in town. They are allowed inside the museum before it officially opens to the public. Along the way, they meet some new friends; such as Yang Yang, Niu Niu, and BobbyBot. However, one of the robots malfunctions, causing the museum to be in total chaos and havoc, putting the grand opening of the museum in jeopardy. It's up to Sid and his friends to save the museum before it opens up.

Awards[edit]

'Save the Stump!' won in the Children's Programming category Saturday at the 26th Genesis Awards, presented by the Humane Society of the United States. Additionally, the series has received a total of six Daytime Emmy Award nominations and a TCA Award nomination. [8]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^Sid the Science Kid episodes – TVGuide.com
  2. ^'The Jim Henson Company's 'Sid the Science Kid' Comes to Home Video Through NCircle'. Thomson Reuters. June 2, 2008. Retrieved 2008-09-10.
  3. ^Hulu: TV Guide Specials: Sid the Science Kid
  4. ^The Jim Henson Company and KCET in Production on Sid the Science Kid for PBS Kids
  5. ^Brandolution named licensing agent for US. and Canada for The Jim Henson Company's newest preschool series 'Sid the Science Kid'.
  6. ^Henson Prepares to Ask 'What's the Big Idea?'
  7. ^Sid the Science Kid – Educational Philosophy
  8. ^Cleveland, Mr. (March 26, 2012). ''Sid the Science Kid' episode wins Genesis Award'. Big Cartoon News. Retrieved March 26, 2012.

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External links[edit]

  • Sid the Science Kid on IMDb
  • Sid the Science Kid: The Movie on IMDb
  • Sid the Science Kid at the Big Cartoon DataBase
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The Sticker Chart
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If Sid doesn't fill up his chore chart with stickers, he'll never get a new Turbo-Mega-Rocket ship toy. So, Sid wonders, who needs charts anyway? After a day of investigating, Sid learns that charts are great science tools that help you compare and contrast all kinds of cool stuff like snacks, pets and even chores!
The Rolie Polie
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Sid loves his little rolie polie bugs, but they're so little he can't figure out how they move. At school, he discovers an amazing science tool: the magnifying glass! Sid and his friends explore their world using the magnifying glass to make things look bigger, like freckles on their skin, little pebbles and rolie polie legs!
Enough with the Seashells
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Sid brings home an estimation jar from school, filled to the top with seashells. He's determined to guess how many there are, but he has a problem...there are too many shells to count! At school, Sid and his friends learn a new strategy for making their best guess -- estimation! Now Sid can estimate just about anything -- shells, toys, leaves and stars in the sky!
The Whale Episode
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Sid is troubled...he wants to know how to measure a giant blue whale with his ruler. At school he learns a great new way to measure just about anything -- using the method of non-standard measurement! Sid learns how to accurately measure things with shoes, blocks, and even people!
Super Science Tools
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Sid has quite a collection of science tools in his room: a ruler, an estimation jar, a chart and a magnifying glass. They're all perfect tools for investigating and exploring the world, but Sid can't figure out which one is his favorite! His friends help him discover that each science tool is amazing in its own special way.
My Mushy Banana
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Sid wants to know why his beloved yellow banana has turned brown and mushy. After exploring how fruits and vegetables slowly change, Sid learns that it's natural for his banana to ripen and turn brown and mushy. Over time, fruits and vegetables decay!
My Shrinking Shoes
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When Sid's shoes don't fit, he declares that his shoes must be shrinking. Sid and his friends discover that it's hard to see things growing, because growing happens slowly over time. It turns out Sid's shoes weren't shrinking -- he was growing!
My Ice Pops
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Sid wakes up and discovers that his ice pops melted! This sticky situation leads him to ask,' Why do things have to melt?' After investigating at school, Sid learns that if liquids don't stay in a really cold place, they slowly melt over time. He also discovers that liquids can freeze into solid ice and then melt right back into liquid.
The Perfect Pancake
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Sid wants to know how his Grandma always makes perfect pancakes. They're never too squishy or burnt. At school, Sid makes an important discovery -- heat changes things! This lesson reveals the secret of Grandma's pancakes: she heats them on the stove for the perfect amount of time ... not too much, and not too little.
No More Changes
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Sid isn't too thrilled that his favorite shirt shrunk, his shoes don't fit anymore and his Mom changed his favorite toothpaste. He really wants to ask, 'Why do things have to change?' Sid discovers that change is a natural part of the world as he and his friends review lessons learned from change and transformation such as decay, growth, and change caused by heat.
The Itchy Tag
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Sid notices that the tag in his shirt is really itchy, and he wonders why it isn't soft like the rest of his shirt. At school, Sid and his friends explore and learn about the different textures around them: smooth, soft, bumpy and itchy...like his shirt tag!
What's That Smell?
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Sid wakes up to his favorite smell in the world, pancakes. But the yummy scent is quickly taken over by a different smell when baby brother Zeke and his stinky diaper enter Sid's room. At school, Sid learns how smells travel through the air and arrive inside the nose.
Grandma's Glasses
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Sid tries on Grandma's glasses, but they make everything look blurry. Sid explores his sense of vision, and discovers that even though Grandma's glasses make things look blurry to him, they make things look clear to her.
Too Much Noise!
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Sid notices that when he covers his ears with his hands, everything sounds quieter. Maybe he has super powers! Sid explores his sense of hearing, and discovers that sounds travel through the air and into our ears. So it turns out Sid doesn't have super powers, he was just blocking sound waves from entering his ears!
All My Senses
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Sid wants to know about all his different senses. At school, Sid and his friends embark on a quest to explore vision, hearing, touch, smell, and taste!
A Brush with Teeth
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Sid wonders if you really do have to brush your teeth every single day? At school, Sid discovers that our mouths are filled with different kinds of teeth that do lots of different jobs--like chewing our food! So it's really important to keep our teeth healthy by brushing them every day!
I Want Cake
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Sid declares that he shall only eat Birthday cake for every meal! Sid and his friends discover that only eating cake would make their bodies feel terrible. Then they explore and learn that the best way to stay healthy is by eating nutritious food.
The Big Sneeze
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Sid's parents tell him to wash his hands to keep away germs. But Sid can't see any germs on his hands, so why should he wash them? Sid and his friends learn that germs are so small that you can't see them. And they discover that a great way to stay healthy and keep germs away is by washing their hands with soap and water!
Must See TV
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Sid decides to sit and watch television all weekend long. There's just one problem with his plan: sitting around and not moving would make his body feel terrible. At school Sid and his friends learn that exercising is a really fun way to stay healthy! And it makes your body feel great!
Sid's Health Day
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Sid wonders what is the best way to always stay healthy? At school, Sid and his friends discover that there's lots of ways to stay healthy: washing hands to avoid germs, eating nutritious foods, brushing teeth and exercising!
Climb, Ignatz, Climb!
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Sid pretends that his stuffed animal panda is going on an adventure to the top of the playground slide. Sid and his friends make a plan and use simple machines like wheels, inclined planes, levers and pulleys to get the panda all the way to the top of the slide!
The Rollie Polie
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