12 Months (Are in a Year) Song
This catchy, repetitive song talks about the fact that there are 12 months in each year. The months are named in order and the words for each month are shown on the screen as well.
This song from PBS Kids' SteveSongs talks about different methods of transportation. Cars, trains, boats, submarines, and more are part of this song. The song also tells how each mode of transportation moves and the noise that each makes. Shot in a playground with a group of kids singing along and dancing. (1:41)
So Many Shapes Song
This song, from Steve Songs from PBS Kids, talks about different shapes. The chorus is " circle, square, triangle and line." The singer and children are in a playground. As they sing, they form the shapes they are singing about. (1:41)
Number 17 - Sesame Street
This short animated video from "Sesame Street" is a rap that talks about the number 17. It shows a wide variety of groups of 17 items and shows the number several times.
Number 18 Sandwiches - Sesame Street
This animated video from "Sesame Street" focuses on the number 18 and has an accompanying song. The main character laments about the choice of 18 different kinds of sandwiches on the menu at a restaurant and talks about each one. At the end, she cannot decide on a sandwich, so gets pizza instead.
Scientists discuss facts about the planet Jupiter. Scientists talks about how massive Jupiter is, how Jupiter was discovered by Galileo, the moons of Jupiter, the red spot on Jupiter and how big it is, the gas that makes up the planet, the rotation of the planet, the surface of the planet, and the comet that is orbiting around Jupiter. They discuss the comet hitting the planet Jupiter and the reactions that took place. In this video various scient
Pluto - Bill Nye the Science Guy
Bill Nye talks about why Pluto should't be called a planet. Bill Nye explains a dwarf planet and explains the process of science and how we continually are learning new things. Run time 01:36.
Sesame Street - Rap#19
This short, animated video from "Sesame Street" is a rap that talks about the number 19. It shows a wide variety of groups of 19 items and shows the number several times.
Greek Orthodox Easter
Easter is the most sacred and celebrated of all of the Greek holidays. It is the most important holiday in the greek orthodox church. In this video clip learn about the traditions Greeks observe during this holy week .
supply and demand curves
An explanation of supply and demand curves and equilibrium point by a teacher/professor using a whiteboard. The explanation is good and the quality is good.
Learn the Greek language by reading the English-Greek translations as actors walk through each lesson in the latest Greek textbook by Papaloizos Publications, "Modern Greek." Greek videos offer learning solutions similar to Rosetta Stone, with modern accounts of activities and words played out by screen actors, and translated in both Greek and English. Written by Greek professor and historian, Dr Theodore Papaloizos, the book "Modern Greek" teaches the language in easy, comprehensible terms that
Marc Brown (Arthur)
Marc Brown is the author and illustrator of Arthur, everyone's favorite aardvark. In this exclusive video interview Marc Brown chats about his childhood, the principal and bully in the book are based on his childhood. He talks about how Arthur started as a bedtime story to his son. He also discusses the Arthur television shows on PBS, in these episodes the characters deal with problems kids today deal with. He was surprised at the age of the audience, he was surprised the kids were older.
Violent Universe: Inside a Black Hole
What's inside a black hole? Take a ride on the Black Hole Flight Simulator, courtesy of Professor Andrew Hamilton. For middle school and high school students. Run time 02:44.
Dav Pilkey Talks About His Favorite Teacher
This is a talk Dav Pilkey did to a group of teachers. Dav Pilkey talks about his days in elementary school, he does not have good memories of school. He talks about how he would have been diagnosed ADHD, with an extra dose of H, if they would have had labels back then. He talks about how the teacher had a desk for him in the hallway, he kept it filled with paper and pencils. He would draw comic books and give them to the other students., the teacher would rip them up. He comments that his favori
The Nephron: Blood Filtration and Urine Production
Professor George Wolfe discusses the nephron, blood filtration and urine production in this video from Thinkwell's online Biology series. The video uses lecture format along with notes and illustrations on a board. Run time 12:33.
When Was the Texas Flag Adopted?
In this clip learn that Texas has had six different flags over the years, but the current version was established in 1839. A flag vendor talks about when the Texas flag was reestablished and more facts about the Texas flag.
Climate Change in Antarctica
Adam Soule from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution talks about his volcano research and how Antarctica is sensitive to climate change. As a volcanologist, he will study the lava flows of the past, an important process in an actively evolving planet such as Earth. The products of volcanic eruptions cover more than 2/3's of the Earth's surface and are primary means for transferring heat and mass from the Earth's interior.
Q Without U Song - Between the Lions
Letter Q is the lead singer in this jazzy animated cartoon. The song talks about how q is never found along in a word, but always with his partner q. The singers, dancers, and bandmembers in this video are all letters that help to spell out many different words beginning with "qu". Produced by PBSkids for the learn to read series, "Between the Lions." (1:46)
Creating Health: Childhood Obesity
Kris Clark, professor of nutritional sciences at Pennsylvania State University hosts various Penn State health professionals in an examination of the causes of childhood obesity, including the impact of larger food portions and reduced physical activity. Learn about how today's American lifestyle of fast food, driving instead of walking, as well as video games and computer use, have affected children's health. Professional video gives advice as to how families and schools can help to improve chi
The World of Biophysics
In this Wichita State University program, Don Lamb, professor of physical chemistry at Ludwig University of Munich, delivers a lecture on the biophysics. Dr. Lamb explains the history of biophysics and how the intersection of biology and physics helps to explain living systems. Lamb discusses his research into the world of biophysics and fluorescence. Grades 10-12. 58:56 min.