In the Night Kitchen
Mickey is in bed when he hears noises. He yells for the noises to stop, tumbles out of bed, loses his clothes and falls right into the night kitchen where the three bakers bake cakes for the morning. The bakers mistake Mickey for milk and mix him with the other cake ingredients. He helps them get the milk to bake the cakes and thereafter we all have cakes in the morning.
It's a rainy day and all Father Bear wants to do is read the newspaper in peace. But Little Bear gets the hiccups and his friends make noise trying ot help cure him.
Little Bear-Rainy Day Tales
A rainy day can't put a damper on Little Bear's fun, as he leads his friends through outdoor and indoor activities including puddle-jumping and acting in a play.
Little Bear-Family Portrait
Little Bear and his parents take a family portrait. Bear gets dressed up in a suit and then invites all his friends. Little Bear and his friends preparte for a portait by taking a lot of funny pictures.
Little Bear-Father's Flying Flapjacks
Little Bear and his father surprise Mother Bear with a breakfast of Father's famous flying flapjacks.
Little Bear-I'm Going to the Moon
Little Bear makes himself a space helmet so that he can fly to the moon. He jumps to the moon from a tree and comes to a house much like his own. Mother Bear fools him by telling him that her own Little Bear has gone to the moon.
Little Bear-Pudding Hill
Little Bear and Father Bear are going camping on the top of a hill. On the way they meet many new animals; birds, chipmunks and a moose!
Welcome to North Korea [pt 2/6]
This film, shot mostly covertly, shows the irony of a regime where 20 million people lived in poverty, some on the brink of starvation, while former dictator Kim II Sung built extravagant monuments to reflect his power. He fostered a grotesque personality cult, which his son and successor Kim Jong Il perpetuates. All around the capital, Pyongyang, an endless stream of propaganda glorifies the leaders. Monuments and museums pay homage to them, but they are strangely empty.
Lewis and Clark Documentary
Student-created documentary for school project. Suitable for middle school and high school students.
Painting Watercolor Winter Barn Trees
Before paint dries, put some water on the edge to soften up the picture. Before the paint dries add some paint. Blot out the edge, work swirls with the paper towel. Create trees by using a wet on wet process.
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The differences between ionic and covalent bonds are explained by the use of scientific models and examples from nature. The periodic table predicts which elements will bond and how those bonds will form. All elements want to reach a stable electron configuration. Energy is stored in chemical bonds and released when these bonds are broken.
Tom Lehrer's 'The Elements'
This video features Tom Lerher's song about the elements. The amination adds to the video as the animation highlights the words (elements) as they are being sung. Suitable for high-school chemistry students.
Four Uses of Quotation Marks
This video features a teacher outlining the four uses of quotation marks: direct quotations, writing titles, around defined words and phrases, and with the use of sarcasm. An example of a direct quotation is given. ( 1:28)
Creative Writing Activities for 1st Graders
Lecture- Creative Writing Activities for 1st Graders. Part of the series: Reading, Writing & Education. Possible creative writing activities for first graders include using drawing and illustration in the writing process, making books for the children to write and encouraging pre-writing strategies. (1:49)
How to Teach Writing Sentences
Teach writing sentences to children by helping them think of each sentence as a thought with an action and recipient on the action. Teach children to write complete sentences on their own with tips from a credentialed teacher in this video on writing sentences.
Teaching Great Writing Habits
This short video is really an advertisement for a product sold by Really Good Stuff, but gives the basic steps in the writing process and suggests ideas for managing the writing process in the classroom.
How to Draw the Head of a Cartoon Character
Danny Page is a professional cartoonist and illustrator and in this video, and he demonstrates how to add details to a cartoon character. Craft the face first, then draw the shape of the face and head. Use a sketch-up first before you draw the final head. English captions. (2:57)
How to Draw the Mouth on a Cartoon Character
Danny Page is a professional cartoonist and illustrator and in this video, and he demonstrates how to add details to a cartoon character. This video starts with the eyes and nose already drawn. English captions. (2:51)
How to Draw Facial Hair on Cartoons
When drawing facial hair on cartoons, concentrate more on the shape and pattern that the hair creates rather than drawing each individual hair follicle. Create stylized facial hair for a cartoon character. (3:36)