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- Fri, 22 Mar 2019 04:16:00 EST 2kXanqKe No.405850
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Any suggestions? Wildlife ones are fine as long as there's no gory shots of hunting...

Math by Disney
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PvceKeHl0Sg
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Cthulhu - Sun, 24 Mar 2019 23:11:53 EST XBh6XGyR No.405945 Reply
you gotta put em on to Cave of Forgotten dreams.
-Those animal docs are always neat. PBS gots em
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Robb Stark - Mon, 25 Mar 2019 02:43:14 EST uKUnD1W0 No.405947 Reply
anything having to do with space should be good. that and dinosaurs
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Dejah Thoris - Mon, 25 Mar 2019 10:22:07 EST Q2TIEIWg No.405955 Reply
Werrner Herzog made some fantastic documentaries, I think Encounters at the end of the world and White Diamond would be really fun for kids as well.
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Artie Lange - Fri, 29 Mar 2019 04:54:39 EST QmUrtsne No.406045 Reply
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>Stranger: Bernie Worrell on Earth

all kids should know the glory of the P-Funk
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Claudia Christian - Fri, 29 Mar 2019 23:13:02 EST YzmdH4xc No.406071 Reply
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Give them the classic Cosmos my man, even if it is a little outdated now Carl presents everything in such a way as to create a love of discovery and the wider world in all who watch it.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Tue, 02 Apr 2019 16:47:58 EST yg849Wqc No.406134 Reply
>>406071
This. It’s such a good watch. Glad I got the full DVD set of the series.
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Sil - Tue, 02 Apr 2019 19:03:40 EST eC9hz/vo No.406139 Reply
Planet Earth. They spend 3 million dollars per episode and it shows.
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Thomas Anderson - Thu, 04 Apr 2019 17:20:58 EST HjPEI2L1 No.406172 Reply
>>405850
March of the Penguins
We watched one about how Legos were made. Pretty cool stuff.
The whole "Walking With" family of things (Dinosaurs, Cavemen, etc..)

Anything with Attenborough in it. >>405850
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Nathan Explosion - Fri, 03 May 2019 06:43:43 EST K6NtLVpy No.407150 Reply
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>>406139
What currency? I hope it's not Zimbabwe dollars...
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Brandy Ledford - Tue, 07 May 2019 07:02:08 EST 3kMjji+Q No.407280 Reply
>>405850

How it's made. You can find the channel on YouTube. It will make them appreciate how much effort goes into creating some of the simplest every day products. Or at least demonstrate how much development went into creating all the machinery that makes those products
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Lindsay Weir - Wed, 19 Jun 2019 09:59:23 EST 1AmUduD2 No.408199 Reply
>>408198

Bamboo steamer sounds like some kind of dirty sex move similar to a rusty trombone
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Sauron - Sun, 23 Jun 2019 15:43:39 EST 4yOK099o No.408298 Reply
>>408199
It sounds like a Cleveland Steamer, but with two asian guys instead.
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Jonah Hill - Sat, 03 Aug 2019 10:53:03 EST IoroA6E2 No.409188 Reply
the Toys that Made us on Netflix.
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Lucy Pevensie - Wed, 07 Aug 2019 11:16:14 EST oa2mmJAW No.409229 Reply
>>409227
the unsmiling plastic automaton gods beyond the dimensional veil who control our every thought
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Dawn Summers - Wed, 07 Aug 2019 19:20:18 EST a8uchvW3 No.409235 Reply
>>409188
what 10 year old would give a shit about watching a nostalgic look at the industry behind the toys his grandparents grew up with
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ProtoBuster - Sun, 05 Jan 2020 18:05:44 EST Wu33dw6J No.412877 Reply
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>>412827
let's suppose the state is China tier
>determined btw
Reported for off topic egocentric heel stabbing and amnesiac addiction.
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Dominic Cobb - Thu, 09 Jan 2020 08:49:56 EST eQl3IT3n No.412936 Reply
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>>412827
Get your redpill "90/10 rule" bullshit outta here and the FUCK away from a thread for kids. We don't need your alt-right poison infecting the minds of our youth
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Lucio Fulci - Sun, 12 Jan 2020 08:32:14 EST 8BCNDL8E No.413004 Reply
>>412957
Uh oh, Netjester's been going incognito on the circlejerks again
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Gizmo - Mon, 13 Jan 2020 20:12:48 EST j9Ahosmg No.413026 Reply
>>413004
>>412957
Did you not watch the "Zipf Mystery" video I was calling out? Well, I suppose that's good. Just know my response was warranted.
User is currently banned from all boards
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Flint Ironstag - Mon, 13 Jan 2020 21:47:26 EST E5p0/xCR No.413027 Reply
>>413026
I did, but to imply it's a fascist video just because some fascists use the pareto principal in their rhetoric is like saying planet earth is fascist because it's promoting the law of the jungle and social darwinism.

It's a stretch dude.
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Christian Troy - Mon, 06 Apr 2020 05:11:20 EST LblVs4/c No.414453 Reply
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>>405850
This thread is kinda big so everything Im about to say and every point Im about to make have likely been said/made numerous times over by now, but Im in lazy asshole who wont read the thread mode. So if Im about to steer the conversation straight into Redundancyville pop - 69,420, well then Im sorry. But i yams what i yams tonight, boys!

So like...would a child aged 10 or younger even be REMOTELY interested in sitting down and actually watching a documentary? I mean REALLY watching it. ABSORBING it. Not just passively staring at the screen, fixated on the rapid visual/audial stimulation like a lobotomite but not actually taking anything away from it. Cuz I mean like Disney/Don Bluth cartoons - things of that nature, various other shows and movies that kids typically have been entertained by for generations, etc, I can see kids actually TRULY watching that sort of content. They find it fun and funny and entertaining because it stimulates their imagination. But DOCUMENTARIES? Those are NONFICTION. The kids will typically associate that with LEARNING, which they'll in turn associate with SCHOOL, which they'll in turn associate with BORING and tune out. Documentaries overtly teach the viewer things, and the only effective way to teach kids things OUTSIDE of school is to thoroughly MASK it so they dont realize theyre being educated, or don't perceive it that way. And I just feel like no documentary is gonna achieve that task.

Unless, of course, OP actually IS a teacher or some kind of afterschool daycare supervisor and is just trying to find documentaries to play for the kids in their class or daycare...thing. Then it's different. But if OP is a parent or older sibling/family member/mentor/whatever who is just trying to find documentary films to have their kid/sibling/whatever watch/watch with them, then well...good luck with that. Maybe you got a bright one on your hands, not all kids are cut from the same cloth after all, but generally speaking all the info in any documentaries you might watch with them will most likely pass clean through one ear and out the other with NO info left behind to retain lolol. But maybe I'm just being an arrogant, ageist, pessimist.

Anyway, I'll try to think of some stuff. But it's kinda hard cuz I've never had to put my documentary recommendations through a filter that only leaves ones that would be "appropriate" for a kid 10 and under to watch. Hell, I've never even had to consider if a documentary is or isn't appropriate for them. Im big on not treating kids like idiots and not sugarcoating the world for them...but obviously theres some things they can stand to remain ignorant of for the time being...
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Martin Freeman - Thu, 09 Apr 2020 22:43:41 EST FWwhnes+ No.414495 Reply
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>>405850
>as long as there's no gory shots of hunting...
you better manify that child and show them the history of the Plantagenets. Yes, manify a female as well.
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Martin Freeman - Thu, 09 Apr 2020 22:50:04 EST FWwhnes+ No.414496 Reply
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>>414495
Oh yeah. Timeline documentaries has a yt channel they post previously aired episodes on. Best find I've had. nb
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Anya Jenkins - Sun, 12 Apr 2020 04:54:53 EST sOhBOWEi No.414541 Reply
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8J1PNDnqsfA

This guy does a lot of American colonial historical reenactment stuff, mainly cooking but other daily life stuff too. He has years worth of videos and they're consistently good, usually about 10 minutes long.

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