SuperD!ville presents... The SuperD! Show
To use SuperD!ville with your students: 1) Select season (1st, 2nd, 3rd) from the dropdown menu and 2) Click on an episode link, which will take you to your videos, lesson plans and activity prompts!
Please note that videos are split up into individual seasons so that school subscribers can use them throughout their entire elementary school program over the course of three years. Individual subscribers working with students ages 7-12 may choose to access videos from any season, as all should be age-appropriate.
Out of the Icebox Cooking Show
Jordan competes in a cooking show against a strong competitor. They are both given a recipe, which her competitor follows to a T. Since Jordan has a hard time reading the recipe, she decides to follow her creative instincts, works at her own pace, and does a great job! The Super D! kids reaffirm relying on […]
Suzie Sings & Jack Horner
Talk show host Suzie Sing interviews a real-life paleontologist Jack Horner (played by a Super D! Cast member), who is dyslexic. Mr. Horner was a consultant on the movie Jurassic Park. Jack and Suzie sing about the seven dinosaur species. They also talk about using singing as a mnemonic strategy for memorizing important information, and […]
The Confidence Hat
Ari tells Dylan a story about how his friend Jace was bullied but how he found confidence through a special friend. After Jace is bullied about his learning differences at school, Pinkie, his guardian elf appears in his locker to present him with a special confidence hat. The next time Jace is approached by bullies, […]
Professor Boom and the Dyslexic Brain
The Super D! kids get a flash drive delivery from Pepper the Pigeon. On the flash drive is a video from a Super D! Show viewer who explains that sometimes she feels dumb and wishes she could think like a “non-dyslexic.” The kids introduce us to Professor Boom, a “mad” scientist, who explores the differences […]