Five Fat Sausages
In this video, a librarian performs the fingerplay "Five Fat Sausages".(1:06)
The Mouse and the Candlestick
In this video, a librarian recites a fingerplay about a mouse who gets stuck at the top of a candlestick. (:34)
The Bug Song to the Tune of Wheels on the Bus -King County Library System
In this 1:00 amateur video, a librarian sings "The Bug Song" to the tune of "Wheels on the Bus". In the song, various bugs (fireflies, crickets, ants, caterpillars, etc.) are named with accompanying movements.
"Open Them, Shut Them" Rhyme
In this video, a librarian recites the rhyme "Open Them, Shut Them" using the accompanying motions. (:47)
Cold War: Soviet Dissolution - part 4/5
1989 - 1991 The U.S. proves the stronger, the Soviet Union implodes. Germany is reunified. Shorn of its empire and communist domination, Russia faces its future with its economy in chaos. The balance of terror that has kept the peace for more than 40 years vanishes. The Cold War has ended without the use of nuclear weapons.
Dividing Decimals, Part 2 of 3
This video is from Sal Khan about dividing decimals using the problem: 99.061 divided by 100=
Mr. Khan uses computer software for demonstration. The screen is a little 'busy' so the viewer may want to open the screen to 'full screen' to see all more clearly. (04:25)
How to Do Long Division with Decimals
This is a six-minute video tutorial on how to master long division with decimals. The teacher uses a whiteboard for instruction. (The background music is not necessary and to some it may be a distraction.) (06:05)
D-Day to Berlin - The Battle for France (Part 3 of 6)
History Channel Video. 1944, Europe's future hung in the balance. Our 3-part series follows the story of Allied forces--from Normandy to the assault on Germany--and the victories that led to WWII's end in 1945. We begin on the day after D-Day, unfolding over the summer of 1944 as the initial narrow sliver of French coastline gained by the Allies is slowly extended. By the end of August, Allied victory seemed assured. Rommel had been wounded, Hitler was directing the battle, and the German army w
The French Revolution: In three parts
This video is the first of three that go into considerable detail about the French Revolution. Excellent images. Needs to be used with a timetable and with a wordlist to help explain some of the concepts. On the bottom of the page are links to the other two videos plus others dealing with this time period.
Charlton Heston speaks about Civil Rights
Newsclip of The Civil Rights Roundtable, from the National Archives,presented specially for The Documentary Channel.
Maccabees, Part 3
This is an animated biography of the Macabees from the Discovery Channel Education series. This series is aimed at older elementary school children.
How To Say the "Act Of Contrition"
When a Catholic finishes confessing, a priest often assigns a penance that includes an "Act of Contrition."
Making a Good Confession
Guide to the Sacrament of Reconcilitation.
Giant honey bees - Life in the Undergrowth -
Attenborough dons a bee suit for this BBC documentary video, which is suitable for older elementary, middle school, and high school students. Amazing footage. 4:49
How Bees Produce Honey
3-D animation shows how a bee collects nectar, stores the nectar in the stomach, chemically changes the nectar, and then stores it in the hive. Explains the importance of honey to the bee. Grades 4-12. 1:32 min.
Reading Rainbow - Bees
A Reading Rainbow episode based on Honey Bees. This video is a great way to enjoy science and reading at the same time. You will learn about honey bees, and the process of honey making.
Honey Bees - Life Cycle
The life cycle of a honey bee is presented as an example of complete metamorphosis, the development of an insect from egg to larva, then pupa, then adult. Moths, butterflies and wasps also develop with complete metamorphosis. Some aspects of beekeeping are also discussed. A resource for teaching the life cycle of insects.
Friends and Friendship
This video is about friends and friendship. The presenter refers to words used in American and in British English like buddy and pal. He refers to some of his own friends and greets them.
How They Train: Curling
TIME's Sean Gregory learns how to hurl some Scottish stone down a sheet of ice with the U.S. Olympic Curling Team.
How They Train: Aerial Skiing
Follow world champion aerial skier Ryan St. Onge in Lake Placid, New York, as he trains for the 2010 Winter Olympics, and watch TIME reporter Sean Gregory knock himself out cold on the trampoline.