Identify and Count Coins
Students will learn to count pennies by one's and nickels by 5's. User clicks through the slides.
Using Different Coin Combinations to Make Equal Amounts
Students will learn to use different groups of coins to make equal amounts. User clicks through the slides.
Using the Fewest Coins to Show an Amount of Money
Students will learn to use the fewest coins to show an amount of money. Start with the coin of the greatest value and count up. User clicks through the slides.
Identify and Compare Coins
Students will learn the name of penny, nickel and dime as well as how the coin is worth. Try to figure out how much money you would have if you have a nickel and two pennies. User clicks through the slides.
Making Change from a Given Amount
Using problem solving strategies- understand, plan, solve and look back, students will make change from an amount given to them. Starting from the cost of the item, count coins and bills until you reach the amount paid. Then count coins and bills to find the amount of change. Uses metacognitive strategies. User clicks through the slides.
Compare, Order and Measure Length
Students will learn how to measure objects by counting unifix cubes (non-standard measurement), compare lengths of unifix cube trains and put trains in order. User clicks through the slides.
Cups, Pints, and Quarts
Students will be shown how cups, pints and quarts differ. The slides model how these measure compare in capacity. 2 cups=1 pint, 2 pints=1 quart, 4 cups=1 quart. User clicks through the slides.
Telling Time to the Half Hour
Using the hour and minute hands, students will learn how to tell time to the half hour. When it is half past an hour, the hour hand is between two numbers and the minute hand is on the 6. User clicks through the slides.
How to Make Floating Bubbles
VideoJug user KipKay shows you how to make bubbles float. This is a
great science project that kids will love, so learn how to make
All you need to make amazing floating bubbles is some of kid’s magic
soap bubbles and some dry ice in a large container. Dry ice is basically
carbon dioxide in
a solid form - it’s frozen at minus 109 degrees. It doesn’t melt; it
turns from a solid right to a gas, in this case carbon dioxide gas.
The Singing Donkey True friends give sound advice and we should always listen to them. The singing donkey learned this the difficult way! Story is about a donkey who became friends with a fox. Every night the donkey and his friend would go to a cucumber farm and eat to their hearts’ content. One night the donkey starts to sing and the fox tells him not to because he will make the guards angry. The fox then tells the donk
True friends give sound advice and we should always listen to them. The singing donkey learned this the difficult way! Story is about a donkey who became friends with a fox. Every night the donkey and his friend would go to a cucumber farm and eat to their hearts’ content. One night the donkey starts to sing and the fox tells him not to because he will make the guards angry. The fox then tells the donk
Sonnet No. 1: By William Shakespeare
Read in a deep, rich, lush voice by Bertram Selwyn, the only person to record all of Shakespeare's sonnets on YouTube, and to offer the recordings free to the world. The text appears overlying a famous portrait of Shakespeare. Voice over. "From fairest creatures we desire increase, That thereby beauty's rose might never die, But as the riper should by time decease, His tender heir might bear his memory: But thou, contracted to thine own bright eyes, Feed'st thy light'st flame with self-
Understanding Shakespeare's Sonnets
In the year of the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's sonnets (1609)Professors Stanley Wells, CBE, and Jonathan Bate, CBE, talk to Paul Edmondson about the content of these love sonnets. (37:58)
Information About Betelgeuse
There are fascinating images (some are computer-generated) in this video of the red supergiant star Betelgeuse. Features a surface video and a picture of the spectacular supernova explosion. When it explodes, it may become a Pulsar surrounded by a big nebula.
Computer simulations by Bernd Freytag. Suitable for older elementary, middle school, snd high school students.
Look! Up in the Sky! The Very Best of Hubble
This video features fascinating images as seen through the lens of the Hubble telescope and is suitable for all ages. Contains content from NATOarts. The very best images from the Hubble Space Telescope have been blended with music from "Beat of the Moment" to bring you this mind blowing interstellar experience http://hubblesite.org/
After Beethoven's father started drinking, the income his young son generated was the family's main source of support. The days were dark, and dreadful, for the young musician.
"You have nothing more to teach me," an exasperated, impertinent Beethoven once told his father.
Escaping the turmoil in his own house, Beethoven found peace at the home of friends - Eleonore and Stephan von Breuning - whose mother (Helene) understood the growing child was fragile, ne
The Economy during the US Civil War
This video is accompanied by text. "The Civil War affected northern and southern economies differently. When the war began, the north, with its large factories and well-established companies, generated a great deal of the country’s business. After the first volleys of battle, the north experienced a slight depression due to the uncertainty of the war and the loss of southern business associations. However, after the initial shock passed, the northern economy flourished. The federal government
Assessment In Math and Science - What's the Point?
'A video workshop for K-12 teachers; 8 ninety-minute video programs.
'"Will this be on the test?" "Is this going to count?" How often do students ask these questions? This workshop examines current assessment issues and strategies in K-12 math and science classrooms.
Through video segments of real classrooms interspersed with lively discussions of practicing teachers and content experts, see how teachers deal with common issues and discover ways to use assessment to improve
Skip Counting by 2's, 3's, 4's, 5's and 10's
Students will use a hundreds chart to skip count by 2's, 3's, 4's, 5's and 10's. A 100s chart is on the slide. The narrator skip counts by 2s. The numbers are highlighted are she skip counts. Students are asked to skip count on their own using the pattern. There is a pause in the narration and the pattern is shown. Numbers follow a pattern when counting by ones but also when skip counting. User clicks through the 3 slides.
Using Graphing Calculator To Create and Interpret Scatter Plots
This video shows how to plot data and use the linear regression
feature in TI83 and TI84 series graphing calculators to create a line
of best fit. Also, analysis using the generated line of best fit is
Learning Reading Skills-ADHD-Dyslexia Bonnie Terry, M. Ed. shows you how you can help children with dyslexia, ADD, ADHD, or learning disabilities improve reading fluency in just 5 minutes a day. The Reading Skills Pyramid illustrates that there are Author(s):
Bonnie Terry, M. Ed. shows you how you can help children with dyslexia, ADD, ADHD, or learning disabilities improve reading fluency in just 5 minutes a day. The Reading Skills Pyramid illustrates that there are Author(s):