Spanish: Numbers 0-39
A quick review of the numbers 1-15 and then the rest of the numbers up until 39. Students will begin to see the patterns with Spanish numbers as they get into the higher digits. The video is in lecture format with an instructor standing in front of a black screen. The numbers and words are provided on the screen throughout the lesson. Run time 04:05.
NASA Connect Segment that explains aerodynamic forces that affect aircraft performance and how these forces relate to each other. (01:50)
Computer Virus, Spyware
This video is a Fox news segment that describes a new type of computer virus - extortion spyware. This virus makes you pay a ransom via a credit card to retrieve your files. (2:23)
History of Hieroglyphics
A short stop motion animation about hieroglyphics. The background music is the "Temple of the Black Pharaoh" by Nox Arcana.
Turtle Excluder- Turtles are making a comback!
Endangered sea turtles are making a comeback thanks to the T.E.D.- the Turtle Excluder Device. In Texas a new kind of shrimp/fishing net is saving turtles from being accidentally caught and injured or killed. 02:49.
Buckley, Michael - author of The Sisters Grimm - Today Show
The author of the Sisters Grimm Michael Buckley sits down with Al Roker on The Today Show 2/1/08, Al's Book Club for Kids. Five children listen and ask questions. Michael introduces his grandmother from West Virginia, Rilda, who is a character in the books. (3:53)
Test Taker Face: Musical Celebrating School Testing
This is our CRCT Prep Video - "Test Taker Face." This video was recorded by 5th grade students at Centennial Arts Academy in Gainesville, Georgia. This is a fun video to watch and an example of what teachers might do at their schools to motivate students.
The Moon for Kids (Part 1 of 3)
An introduction to the Moon for kids. This is a narrated video version of a slideshow, covering: the Moon orbiting the Earth; the moon's phases; lunar and solar eclipses. The narrator's words appear on the screen as he speaks. The words are large enough to be seen in a darkened
room. (Part 1 of 3; run time 4:08.)
The Moon for Kids (Part 3 of 3)
An introduction to the Moon for kids. Covers tides and the Moon's effects on them, then tells the story of the Apollo 11 mission. Part 3 of a three-part series.
The Big Moon Illusion
Why does the moon appear large while it is on Earth's horizon? Several possibilities are explained here.(01:24)
A Hammer and a Feather on the Moon
This one minute video shows the differences in the time it takes a hammer and a feather to fall on the moon as compared to the moon.
Pictures of Tornadoes
This is a video of various pictures of tornadoes. The slected music is strange. (06:17)
Edgar Degas was born into the family of bankers of aristocratic extraction. His mother died in 1847, so the boy's father, Auguste de Gas, and grandfather, Hilaire de Gas, were the most influential figures in his early life. In this slideshow of his works there is no spoken commentary, just classical music.
CAUTION: This video slideshow features artistic nudity.
Julius Caesar, Part 3 of
This is an animated cartoon version, with subtitles, of the great classic by Shakespeare. Animation brings these stories to younger students. It uses Shakespeare's words and has the words at the bottom of the screen. Educators can pause the film to discuss the different passages. Suitable for older middle school and high school students. (5:05)
John F. Kennedy's Biography, Part 2 of 2
John F. Kennedy's Biography, Part 2 - In this video, learn about the work and legacy of the former President of the United States, John F Kennedy. (04:12)
History of Native American Indians, Documentary - Pt. 1/4
This is part 1 to a very Informative and Detailed Documentary of the Early Native Americans and what happened to them. Run time 09:58
Ingredients for Life - Water
Earth provides a comfortable and temperate environment for a wide variety of living organisms. However, in the past few decades, scientists have discovered unusual life forms thriving in areas where the majority of living things on Earth could never survive, such as by deep sea vents or in dry deserts. This video segment, adapted from NOVA, explores extreme forms of life on Earth, the importance of liquid water, and the possibilities of life elsewhere in the solar system. Closed captioning inclu
JOHN JAMES AUDUBON: THE BIRDS OF AMERICA
PROGRAM COMMEMORATES THE TWO HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY OF THIS NINETEENTH-CENTURY NATURALIST AND ARTIST, JOHN JAMES AUDUBON. TO HIGHLIGHT AUDUBON'S DEVELOPMENT AS AN ARTIST, THE PROGRAM USES QUOTATIONS FROM HIS JOURNALS, ILLUSTRATIONS FROM HIS ORIGINAL DRAWINGS AND ENGRAVINGS, AND WORKS OF ART BY OTHER ARTISTS OF THE PERIOD. THE IMAGES OF THE WORKS OF ART ARE INTERWOVEN WITH LIVE MOTION NATURE PHOTOGRAPHY AND FOOTAGE OF SITES SIGNIFICANT TO AUDUBON'S LIFE AND WORK. (29:32)
Teaching Children How to Write a Book
Teaching children to write a book can trigger their creativity
and offer an outlet other than visual art for them to express
themselves and their worlds. Teach children to write books using prompts or guidelines with advice from a writing specialist in this video.
Dorothy Dandridge-A Tribute
Srill images are featured in this slideshow of the legendary actress accompanied by Dandridge singing 'You Do Something To Me'.