SHEEP VIDEOS FOR KIDS – Facts about Sheep for Children, Preschoolers and Kindergarten


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Sheep videos for kids: Here is an educational video about sheep for children. Our video will help preschoolers and children in kindergarten interesting sheep facts. Check out this excellent bedtime story of five little sheep → https://amzn.to/2Pc7m2j (*)

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We also included various high-quality sheep videos, so that you can learn all about sheep. Sheep are one of the most popular farm animals for kids. More than thirty interesting sheep facts and information that are presented in this video will make your children an expert on sheep. Cute videos of sheep together with the factual information are an excellent educational material for adults and children who are interested in sheep. Our video is ideal for preschoolers at kindergarten age, for babies, as well as for adults who simply love sheep and farm animals.

Kiddopedia channel is the right place if you are looking for educational videos for children. Only real sheep videos in HD quality are used for the preparation of this video. This will help you and your kids to learn about sheep with fun. Check out our channel to discover more animal facts for children.

Here is some of the cow facts presented in this video:
Sheep are the first animal domesticated in Asia.
Sheep have a field of vision of around 300 degrees.
Sheep are herbivores. They eat plants, vegetables and grasses.
Sheep like to stay close to other sheep in a herd.
Young sheep are called lambs.
Domesticated sheep are raised for a number of agricultural products including fleece, milk and meat.
The lifespan for a sheep is between 6-11 years. They live on average around 7 years.
If you have trouble sleeping, you can try to count sheep.

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Credits:
All the videos listed below are licensed under CC BY. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode
Baaing Sheep (1920×1080, 24fps) Free Creative Commons YouTube Stock Footage by fccysf. https://youtu.be/ADVEdfStDaI
Lamb race P1080946 by Phil Banks Photography – Postcards & Prints. https://youtu.be/EVhA215XogM
Lambs and hay by Luís Silva. https://youtu.be/r829Eq2Bnoc
Adoration of the Lambs ?`?´? by zuditaka. https://youtu.be/vmDnmcG4P7w
Two playful lambs by Feedipedia. https://youtu.be/EdgS4k0Qj0Q
Lambs at the Dickinson College Farm by Dickinson College Farm. https://youtu.be/AyMM3EZR4DE
Dalido Herding Camp Martínkovice 2015 by Šárka Bergerová. https://youtu.be/royH_-yBFME
Sheep herd grazing in the fields of a farm by Unripe Content. https://youtu.be/_Z3EIlj7gsA
Mowing with sheep by Tim Nafziger. https://youtu.be/QTLn9ax3564
Sheep Eating 01 Free Stock Footage by GreenLight Stock Footage. https://youtu.be/sT2Njpm2joU
Sheep with GPS tracker around neck 12.08.2011 by Annika Michelson. https://youtu.be/xmodqU6joYA
A flock of sheep in 4K by Irakli Gedenidze. https://youtu.be/qGBPj4CoZS4
Black sheep in Ireland by cinziaclc. https://youtu.be/EgS7RSmy-QQ
Lamb suckling and round hay bale enclosure for sheep by PermacultureEstonia. https://youtu.be/IBfE7zP0a8Y
pet sheep by Sven Petai. https://youtu.be/-0wnisTpW8s
Sound sleep by a flock of sheep ipnotic music by millepassi. https://youtu.be/lV-yR5B4-ts

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