Language Arts: words for animal groups
Perhaps you knew that sheep come in flocks and cows come in herds? But what about 56 other animal types? This is an exhaustive test of familiar and exotic words for groups of animals. Suitable for secondary school students as well as the general learner and even the wisest of philologists.
Author(s): Robert Gross

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2D Motion
Learn about velocity and acceleration vectors. Move the ball with the mouse or let the simulation move the ball in four types of motion (two types of linear, simple harmonic, circle). See the velocity and acceleration vectors change as the ball moves.
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States of Matter
Watch different types of molecules form a solid, liquid, or gas. Add or remove heat and watch the phase change. Change the temperature or volume of a container and see a pressure-temperature diagram respond in real time. Relate the interaction potential to the forces between molecules.
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The Musculoskeletal System
 LearnHealth presents the first installment of the Human Body series, "The Musculoskeletal System." This video talks about bones, muscles, types of muscles and joints, ligaments, and tendons.  Everything is well labeled-video can be paused to take notes.(3:33)

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Equation Math-O
Students will review different types of equations by playing Math-O.
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Global Climates and Seasons. A Look at Temperature and Precipitation
Several factors affect a region's climate and the number and types of seasons it experiences. Here students explore colorful animations of annual changes in temperature and precipitation.
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Home is Where the Heart is
As Second Graders, it is important for you to examine the different aspects of communities. In this WebQuest, you will learn the three types of communities: rural, suburb, and urban, and compare them with each other.
Author(s): Mrs. Kimpson

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Measurement Fun!
These games will help you practice different types of measurement.
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Types of Fish
In this project you will learn about different types of fish.
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Getting to Know Your Satellite Imagery and Study Site
The purpose of the resource is to introduce students to Landsat images and how to identify the land cover types within those images.
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Fire Fuel Protocol
The purpose of the resource is to measure the different types of fuels for fires.
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The Nature of Tectonic Plates
This lesson provides an overview of the various types of interactions between tectonic plates. The discussion uses the analogy of a cracked egg to describe the tectonic plates composing Earth's crust.
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Nuclear Energy: France vs. the U.S.
This lesson presents a comparison of the outlook for energy independence between the United States and France. Topics include the average per capita energy usage between the two countries and differences in types of energy usage.
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Poverty
This activity provides a look at poverty among different race/ethnic groups and family types over time.
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Residential Mobility and Migration
In this module you will have the opportunity to explore the frequency of different types of residential moves carried out by Americans. You will examine some of the basic determinants of residential mobility by looking at variations in different types of mobility by age, marital status, education, and housing tenure.
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U.S. Housing Patterns, Living Arrangements, and Life Chances
In this assignment you will use U.S. census data to get an overview of housing patterns (ownership and types of housing) and living arrangements as a way of understanding more about one example of what Weber referred to as life chances (or, basically, the ability to access to resources we need to live a good life).
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Weather Experiments
Activities for children to learn about weather and tools for teachers and parents to help them explain the different types of weather to children.
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#27 Cadences : How to play and recognize a Cadence
In this lesson I explain what a Cadence is and the different types of Cadences. I also play them on the piano so you can hear for yourself how these Cadences sound. Remember! A cadence is like a punctuation mark but for music instead of language. (19:02)
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#8 Minor Scales: natural minor, harmonic minor, melodic minor
This lesson focuses on the minor scales.  There are 3 types of minor scales, natural, harmonic, and melodic.  He discusses how music was in church modes and the scales developed from there. Every major scales has a relative minor scale.
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Picking a Pre-School
In this professionally-produced video, learn how kids and parents can both benefit from preschool, get tips for what to look for when choosing a pre-school, and understand what types of preschools you should avoid.

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