Lie vs. Lay
A video that helps explain how these two words are used and when they change such as in the past tense. A good explanation is given.
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Solving Trigonometric Equations
Shows steps by steps how to salve Trig Equations. THe video uses an instructor and close up video of paper with the equations.Â  Run time 10:05.

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How to find the Perimeter of a Square, Rectangle ,and a Circle
This teacher-created video defines perimeter and demonstrates how to find the perimeter of a square, rectangle, and circle ( known as circumference).Â  ( 1:23)
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Clay Alphabet Wigglies
This educational video shows children how to learn the alphabet with
fun!  Not only is this educational, but itâ€™s also fun for kids!

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Weather: Report or Predict it
An animation with a great many decisions to be made. Students get immediate feedback. There are some parts that are not well explained, but a teacher can provide the missing elements in most cases.

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Winslow Homer on Prouts Neck
This 6:26 long video goes into detail about Homer's work at Prouts Neck where he lived and painted some of his best work. The video also shows his studio. Several of his most famous works are shown, but the teacher may need to stop the video to explain what they are and how they were done.
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Beginnings of Civilization
A slide presentation about the origins of Civilization. There is information about the first cities and a lot of vocabulary related to the topic. (No narration but lots of text and graphics)

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Mac vs PC
Watch this video about Macs and PCs on HowStuffWorks. Andy and Sean show you the pros and cons to both the Mac and the PC in this video from LabRats.tv/
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Punctuation Rap
Rap about all different types of punctuation, telling how and when to use it.

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Calculating Compound Interest
Compound Interest is another fundamental investing concept. This video goes through a simple example showing the calculations year to year. Power point style is used to clearly show the process.Provided by http://www.kanjoh.com./
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Electromagnets
This video is a high school physics project that includes clear audio explanations about electromagnets and electro magnetic energy.Â This applies to generators, electromagnets, solenoids, and speakers. The video gives you a very specific examples: how a stereo speaker works, a magnetic toy, . Run time 8:08.
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Esperanto for children - numbers and other words
Learn to count and how to say how old you are. This video uses pictures of Playmobil toys. The numbers in Esperanto are built in a very regular and logical way. Run time 02:43.
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Time Dilation
How time dilation works and how it affects you. See the effects on timeÂ and traveling near the speed of light... Einstein called these rules the special theory of relativity. Â Run time 07:39.
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Einstein's Theory of Relativity
Einstein's special theory of relativity states that the same laws of physics hold true in all inertial reference frames and that the speed of light is the same for all observers, even those moving with respect to one another. In this video segment, adapted from NOVA, one of Einstein's thought experiments is re-created to reinforce one consequence of special relativity: that events that are simultaneous to one observer are not to an observer in a different reference frame that is moving with resp
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Judson Laipply: History of Dance
As with all YouTube videos block out comments. This is a fun video of one man's take-off on dance moves over recent times. A good video to encourage students to try their own versions. Kids are going to love this, teachers, too.Â Â  Run time 06:01
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The Battle of Antietam
The bloodiest battle of the Civil War. This video goes into detail about how the battle plans of General Lee are discovered, but the inept Northern general snatches defeat from the jaws of victory. Over 23,000 were killed and neither side won a clear cut victory. A week later the important Emancipation Proclamation was issued by Lincoln that freed the slaves in the South. Some scenes may be to intense for students.

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National Geographic-Lovebirds
Lovebirds are a stout member of the parrot family. This video will help students build background knowledge for this species of birds. This would work well in conjunction with a story about birds and/or a unit/lesson on birds. Students will enjoy the vivid colors of the birds and background. (1:00)
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Reptiles: 11 videos on all types
You can scan down the offerings to find the one your class would benefit most from. The one here is on snakes and is three minutes in duration. Good videos to enable the students to see how they have evolved over time.
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Wild Kratts-Mom of a Croc-Part 1 of 2
The Kratt Brothers explore reptiles such as the Nile crocodile, hippopotamus, monitor lizard, and soft-shelled turtle. Most of this video is an animation about a mother croc. The Kratt brothers watch and discuss the nesting rituals of the mom croc. Facts about nesting are shared. This is a good teaching resource for a science lesson/unit on reptiles and would work well in conjunction with a story/basal on alligators, turtles, and/or reptiles. This is part 1 of 2. (14:06)
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Galapagos Tortoises
The Galapagos Islands take their name from the giant land Tortoises that live there. (01:05)
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