Our son had a problem with the introduction to the "The Rite of Spring" piece. Even though the movie came out in 1940, he was arguing with the TV about the comment:
And then... well, we don't exactly know what happened. Some scientists think that great droughts and earthquakes turned the whole world into a gigantic dustbowl. In any case, the dinosaurs were wiped out
He was telling his sisters that it was an asteroid.
Then the kids were having a discussion about the differences between magma and lava, and naming the types of single cell organisms and dinosaurs.
At their age, I don't know if I would have had those discussions. As a parent, I wonder what opportunities they will have, when they grow up.