This series targets 'tween girls and showcases bright, curious girls putting science and engineering to work. Each episode follows a different group of middle school girls as they answer real-life questions and make unexpected discoveries. Recurring animated characters, Izzie and Jake, embark on their own adventures and call on the SciGirls for help. The show integrates a companion website into the TV series, where at the beginning of each show, television viewers follow Izzie onto the website, as she picks a group of SciGirls to help her. Izzie launches the video and follows the SciGirls' live-action story, learning as she goes.
Horsing Around (#105H) Duration: 28:46 STEREO TVG
SciGirl Zoe and her friends pony up some science to select the best horse for a riding competition.
Blowin' in the Wind (#106H) Duration: 28:46 STEREO TVG
SciGirl Hannah and her friends design and build their own working miniature wind farm.
High-Tech Fashion (#107H) Duration: 28:46 STEREO TVG
With "Project Runway" fashion designer Diana Eng, SciGirl Hallie and her friends wire up an electrifying gown.
Science Cooks! (#108H) Duration: 28:46 STEREO TVG
SciGirl Claire and her friends make comfort foods more nutritious (without sacrificing the delicious).
The Awesome App Race (#204H) Duration: 28:46 SRND51 TVG
San Francisco SciGirls shake things up, programming their own smartphone app to highlight the history and geoscience of the 1989 San Francisco Earthquake.
Robots to the Rescue! (#110H) Duration: 28:46 STEREO TVG
SciGirl Abby and her friends give a rescue robot a personality makeover so it can do a better job when disaster strikes.
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"The Bay Bridged" Music for June
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