Sound of Letter J Song
This catchy Sesame Street song shows Muppets singing and dancing about the letter J. Different characters sing the verses of this song while they talk about their friends whose names begin with J nd the J things those friends like. (1:49)
Jack and Jill Simple animation
A simple colorful animation for the popular nursery rhyme Jack and Jill. The animation shows Jack and Jill performing some of the actions named in the song. The song is repeated twice.
Little Boy Blue
Nursery Rhyme read by Marc Thompson. (0:27)
Native Americans and the New Republic
Video accompanied by text. "From the time the first colonies were settled in America, relations between the Native American Indians and white settlers ranged from respected friends to hated enemies. Into the 1800s, Americans who were still in competition with the Indians for land and resources considered them to be uncivilized and barbaric. But many Americans admired the Indians and valued their contributions to American history and culture. These people hoped that with time the Indians could be
Chicken Jane and the Fat Cat - at Word Family
In this animated cartoon video, which imitates the style of old "Dick and Jane" beginner books, Dot, Scot, and Chicken Jane tell a story of a fat cat. The -at word family is emphasized in this read along story. The words are shown on the screen and highlighted as they are read so viewers can follow along. Clip is from the learn to read PBSkids series, "Between the Lions." (1:31)
Place Value, Part 1 of 3
The instructor breaks the problem down so that the viewer can understand how to: Find the value of the '3' in 4, 356. Mr. Khan uses the Paint Program (with different colors) to illustrate his points. The viewer may wish to open the video to 'full screen' as there is a lot of writing on a small black screen. Sal Khan was the recipient of the 2009 Microsoft Tech Award in Education. (02:24)
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse HOT DOG Song
This video shows Mickey, Goofy, Pluto, Donald, Daisy, and Minnie singing the introduction theme song to "Mickey Mouse Clubhouse"-Hot Dog, Hot Dog, Hot Diggety Dog!-Running time is 1:05.
Arky, Arky Preschool Christian Song
This preschool song teaches children the Arky, Arky song about the Lord telling Noah to build an ark. Lot’s of great interactive hand and body movements! (2:46)
Singing songs with your child is wonderful for many reasons. The most important reason is that singing is it is
Rain, Rain, Go Away! (song)
This popular nursery rhyme, Rain, Rain, Go Away, is sung and supported by a simple and cute animation. High quality presentation. (2:27)
Hickory Dickory Dock - Song
A cartoon animation of the classic nursery rhyme, Hickory Dickory Dock. The words appear on the screen as the song is sung. Fair animation. (:37)
The Simple Past Tense-ESL
The video begins by portraying a situation in the present. Then it is retold in past tense. There is an explanation of the form and use of the simple past and several examples are given. Rules are given for using past tense. Very thorough lesson. Visuals would make a great study guide. (Running Time 8:14).
How to Read and Write the Past Tense of Regular English Verbs
This lesson covers the rules both for pronouncing and for spelling past tense verbs. Examples are shown for the three sounds of -ed, how to add ed to regular verbs, and rules for adding ed to a verb. (12:10)
Fantastic Nature Photography of Plant Growth of Brambles
In this video, suitable for all grades, students can see through the lens of time-lapse photography, that plants can and do move. Run time 1:28
Parts of a FLower
Many flowers, such as the lily, have both female and male parts. The pistil is a plant's female part, while the stamen is its male part. The anthers found on the stamen produce pollen, and ovules found in the ovary will produce seeds. 3:14
plant and animal adaptations
This 2 1/2 minute slide show is set to music. Photos are large, clear and colorful with labels on each. Students must be able to read the brief labels to obtain the information. Several topics are covered, including examples of the parts of the plants we eat (roots, seeds, flowers, stems etc) plant dispersal (wind, water, burrs, animal waste etc) plant adaptations (broad leaves, needs, shallow roots, thorns, woody stems etc) and animal adaptations (camouflage, beak shapes, sharp teeth, cl
Ecosystems - by StudyJams
Each ecosystem is made up of living and nonliving things that interact and depend on each other for life. Some examples of ecosystems are deserts, tropical rainforests, and grasslands. Learn more about ecosystems with this cartoon animation from StudyJams. A short, self-checking quiz is also included with this link.
Runnin' with the Devil
Death Valley is the lowest, hottest, driest area in North America. In the summer, temperatures commonly run above 120° Fahrenheit. The hot dry air just sucks the moisture out of the human body. A person can lose over one gallon of water just sitting in the shade on a summer day in Death Valley. In this video segment from Nature, runners try to keep their cool as they race through Death Valley. Run time 01:54.
How to Find Probability and Chance
This five-minute video does a very good job of explaining probability. This is good for most age groups. You need to have a follow-up activity to use, especially in using groups to work on this concept. This is a good introduction video. (04:53)
Customary Units of Capacity Story-FILLED TO CAPACITY
This story written by an elementary school teacher will help children become familiar with measurable attributes of customary units of capacity measurement. It will introduce children to measurable attributes of objects and the units. A measurement chart and no-bake child recipe is provided at the end of the video (7:55)
Learning How to Solve for X Using Addition & Subtraction
This video advancese beyond an introduction to algebra and
shows how to solve for an "x" value using addition or subtraction,
then checking your value for "x" by balancing an equation. Examples are shown on a whiteboard with marker to solve problems.