How to Draw a Wolf
Turn your paper sideways, draw a line of action first. Drawing a wolf requires drawing a basic dog-shaped body, adding in lots of scruffy fur, outlining the main shape with marker and erasing extra pencil lines. Render a wolf, remembering that the hind legs bend backwards. English captions. (3:41)
Teaching Kids About Money Values
This how-to video gives parents ideas about how to teach kids about money values and what amount each coin and dollar represents. This is demonstrated by showing how to add the sum of the coins and dollars on a worksheet. (1:35)
Circuits (Part 1)
Introduction to electricity, circuits, current and resistance. This video, starts with a black screen because the instructor, in his conversational tone, uses it as a 'chalkboard.' Instructor uses different colors for clarification. Run time 11:39.
The History of Roman Catholicism
This is a brief history of Roman Catholicism. It is narrated by a woman as historical pictures are flashing across the screen.
Plaque Formation On Arterial Wall
3-D animation showing how plaque builds up on the wall of the artery, narrowing the vessel. Very short and no sound, but excellent illustration. Grades 6-12. 15 sec.
How to Read Aloud - Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?
Julie Fowlkes, the lead trainer from BMABF, does a great job with this read-aloud. She reads Brown, Brown Bear, What Do You See? from Eric Carle. The illustrations are not close enough to be used in the classroom for students but should be is an effective resource to show strategies on how to use read-alouds in the classroom. (4:49)
Letter "M" Song
In this animated video, students will learn that the letter M is a consonant, will learn its sound, will learn M words, and practice writing M in the air. Man, mall, money, and monkey are some of the words in this video. Lyrics are repeated several times. This is a good teaching resource for the early childhood classroom and/or for special education students. (3:36)
The Life Cycle of a Plant
Learn about the various stages in the life cycle of a plant. This video briefly addresses the four stages of a plant: seed, growth, producing offspring, and death. Professional video shows a botanist explaining each stage but does not show the plant itself. Key vocabulary words include: seed, spore, fruit, budding, protective seed coat, sprouting, photosynthesis, seed dispersal, plant competition, and plant adaptations. Run time 02:59.
Comparing Numbers to 50 Using Greater Than and Less Than
Using two numbers, students will compare the numbers to determine if it is less than or great than. Remember, the greater than/less than symbol points to the smaller number. User clicks through the slides.
Adding Integers with Different Signs (2) (sv)
Part two of two of adding positive and negative integers.This video by Duane Habecker is part of the video collection at NextVista.org (http://nextvista.org), a proud partner of Curriki.
Self Inflating Fish
Watch this video and see a fish that looks more like a balloon! This fish is actually a fish, a balloon, and a poisonous pill all in one. Watch an otter try to eat this fish without much success. This video is an example of animal defense. Run time 01:24.
At the Movies
This slide show presents vocabulary and Grammar related to the cinema and movies. The vocabulary is presented with images and definitions.
Health and Exercise
This video presents vocabulary and expressions to talk about Exercise and Keep-Fit. There are some definitions of the new vocabulary and there are examples.
St. Patrick's Day English Vocabulary
A lesson in honor of St. Patrick's Day, March 17. Lots of information and facts about St. Patricks Day along with three new expressions for the advanced English language learner.
How to tell the Time
A simple video showing how to tell the time in English. The video explains how to tell the time showing a clock and the different sections in it.
Clothes - What are you wearing?
Some people are interviewed in different places. they answer the question "what are you wearing?" and they name different clothes.
Irregular Concrete Nouns - EFL Star
This video provides examples of a variety of irregular concrete nouns. It presents the singular and plural forms of many different nouns including country and countries, dish and dishes, and more.
Compound Subjects - MindBites
This video is an excerpt of a lesson about compound subjects. First, a sentence with a simple subject and predicate is provided. Then, an example of a sentence with a compound subject is shown. The narrator illustrates the sentences with her actions as well as explaining about the subject and predicate.
This lesson excerpt discusses the concept of compound subjects. An example of a sentence with a compound subject is discussed and illustrated by the instructor.
What Is Wind?
In this video, Pexi the Alien asks Alexi what wind is. Alexi explains that wind is just air that is moving around. It is the uneven heating of the Earth's atmosphere and the cold air/warm air movement causes the wind. Content is appropriate for elementary students. This is a good teaching resource for a lesson/unit/story on weather, climate, and or Earth.