Starting a Preschool Guide
Starting a Preschool Guide. Part of the series: Early Education Teaching Tips. Starting a preschool involves attaining the appropriate license from the state, creating a budget, deciding on the cost of tuition and hiring a highly-trained staff of teachers. (1:28)
Standard Deviation Frequency Table
This video shows how to find the mean and standard deviation of a frequency table. This video gives a step-by-step guide on using Microsoft Excel to calculate the mean and standard deviation of a frequency table with an easy exercise.
Debbie Diller- Spaces & Places
Professional Video- Debbie Diller talks about her new book and how it can help teachers organize their classrooms. Get some great ideas on how to structure your classroom environment. This video is fundamentally an advertisement for her book, however, an educator can glean some information from it.
Rules to Avoid Sentence Fragments
An English teacher discusses what sentence fragments are. Fragments are word groups that are not complete sentences. They require a subject and a verb to make them complete. Examples are presented from an English text book to help avoid sentence fragments. Dependent word fragments, fixing dependent word fragments, added detail fragments are discussed.
#34 Hanon: How to Play Piano, How to play Hanon
The Hannon Method book takes different patterns and moves them up and down the scale. I talk about the pros and cons of the Hannon and explain the difference between the finger centric belief vs the whole body belief.(26:05)
Beginning Piano Lessons: How to Read Sheet Music
Reading piano sheet music is difficult at first but then becomes easier with practice. Learn some great tips on how to read basic sheet music for the piano in this video. Video shows a book and the location of the notes on a music staff, it shows how to remember the keys, FACE and Every Good Boy Does Fine. (1:18)
Electing a U.S. President - in Plain English
This video is a simple guide to understanding the U.S. election process, particularly the Electoral College. The video uses illustrations and simple descriptions to help you understand how a president is elected. Run time 03:43.
THE COMIC BOOK PROJECT
MEET ME AT THE CORNER, Virtual Field Trips for Kids takes you to New York City. Learn about THE COMIC BOOK PROJECT in an interview with Michel Bitz, founder of the Comic book Project at Columbia University. Children learn about the history of comics and how to create their own comic book hero. Links to Fun Websites and a Learning Corner of questions and Extended Activities.
child demonstrating how to paint on canvas
This video shows a child artist named Maya demonstrating the steps of how to paint on canvas. She begins by showing her sketch book and then shows how to mix the paint for the painting. (9:12)
Coraline - Neil Gaiman Interview
Novelist Neil Gaiman talks about his book, Coraline. He discusses why he wrote the book the inspiration behind his work.
Sideways Stories from Wayside School Book Review
Sideways Stories from Wayside School by Louis Sachar is a
strange little tale of a strange little school. Built 30 stories tall
by mistake, Wayside school started off a little different, but it just
got weirder from there. This is a review of the book.
If You Give A Mouse A Cookie- In ASL
Student-Created Video- Watch as the story of, If You Give A Mouse A Cookie, comes to life with props used. The story is interpret but the book is not used during the storytelling.
The Worry Worm, a picture book by Rebecca Shapiro
Rabbi Lazer Brody reads The Worry Worm, a rhyming picture book written and illustrated by Rebecca Shapiro, to the children of Hamilton. Guitar picking in background throughout. A nice community effort. (9:48)
Chicka Chicka Boom Boom by Bill Martin Jr. Song - Fred Penner
Fred Penner puts melody to the text of the picture book Chicka Chicka Boom! Boom! by Bill Martin, Jr. Penner sings as the words are shown on the screen, with one of the book's illustrations as background. Light-hearted presentation of the English alphabet and rhyming words.
Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? picture book by Bill Martin, Jr.
Author Bill Martin, Jr., narrates his children's picture book, Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? His sing-song, melodic, rhythmic rendition is an example of how he wrote his books: first the rhythm, then the words. (1:43)
Tips for Scrapbooking Flowers
Learn how to use dried flowers to decorate scrapbooks with
tips from a sustainable gardener. The gardener demonstrates how to to place colorful blooms between two pieces of newspaper and put a heavy book on top of the flower, making sure the spread the flower out.
Craft Projects for Kids : Cool Scrapbooking Ideas
This video explains how to put together a scrapbook in a unique way.
The narrator explains that scrapbooking ideas can stem from family vacations, special events or a collection of postcards, and each theme can be created into a separate book using drawings, cut-out images and paint.
How Does Math Apply in Cooking?
In cooking, math is applied frequently to convert different units
of measurement and adjust the ratio of a recipe. Avoid messing up a
recipe and cooking bad food by getting measurements right. A math professor explains how to make adjustments in recipes using ratios and why math is important to cooking.
Crunchy Vegetable Nuggets (Great For Kids!)
The One Pot Chef creates some Crunchy Vegetable Nuggets to please any fussy eater. A very quick and easy recipe that even kids who don't like veggies will eat according to the chef. The steps are shown clearly and easy to follow.
Graham Cracker Crust Ingredients
This clip explains the recipe for making the graham cracker crust of an eggnog cheesecake. The ingredients are ground up graham crackers, melted butter and sugar. The baker in the clip demonstrates how to mix up the graham cracker crust batter.