Learn How to Count in Sign Language for Small Children
I absolutely love the Signing Time Videos made for babies and toddlers to learn sign language. My toddler learned how to sign through these videos way before he could talk which made it possible for him to communicate rather then throw tantrums. In this video you learn how to count through sign. Run time 0:31.
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Chanting and enchanting animals - Chap. 2/6
Ecuador as a country has among the largest diversity of frog and toad species in the world. Discover through this film the fascinating world of frogs in Ecuador: their night life, when thousands of love-stricken males get together and sing at mating time; their birth and transformation from beings of water to beings of dry lands; their survival tricks and mysterious ways of life; their importance in the discovery of medicines; and their great variety of beautiful patterns and colors, discover th
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Animal Mothers: Newborn Gators
Watch how this protective alligator mother uses her "Jaws of Love" to protect her newborns from danger in the Florida Everglades. Unlike crocs, the gator babies stay close to mom for their first year because they are a common food source for predators. Run time 02:24.
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Dolphin Bay - Where Dolphins Swim with Humans
Near St. Andrews State Park in Panama City is an area where the dolphins will swim right up to you to check you out and see what's happening. Gabrielle has been swimming with this same pod since she was four years old. They're extremely friendly and curious, and love to pose for a picture. Most of the video is set to music.  Run time 03:49

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Tales From Other Worlds
Through little-seen footage shot in space and special effects, visit the great failed star of Jupiter, probe the raging volcano of Io, and peer through acid rain clouds to see the surface of Venus for the first time.
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How to Use a Star Chart
Astronomy magazine senior editor Rich Talcott demonstrates how use a star chart in this video. It teaches you how to use the keys and scales, and how to locate constellations. Run time 04:47
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Ursa Major - The Big Dipper
This video shares a brief description of Ursa Major and instructions for using this important constellation to help you find Polaris, the North Star. Addresses the movements of the constellations throughout the year and Polaris. Run time 03:35
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Venus
This video discusses the evening or morning star, Venus. Earth's sister planet has a symbol derived from a hand mirror, because Venus was the Roman goddess of love and beauty, it is also the symbol for women. Discusses the size, atmosphere and its temperature. It also discusses the solar landers that went to Venus. It discusses Mariner 10, which went to Venus. In this video various scientists discuss Venus.  Video is of good quality and is approp
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The Solar Sea
Geologists investigate an 800-million-year-old rock record of sun activity in an ancient Australian lake bed, and fabulous ground and satellite photography of the aurora borealis all contribute to an understanding of earth's relationship to the yellow dwarf star we know as the sun.
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How Does the Sun Work?
The sun is a star, which is a ball of burning gas that stays as it
is through thermonuclear reactions. Learn about fusion reactions that
occur in the sun with information from a science teacher in this 
video.

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Characteristics of the Sun
Our Sun is an ordinary star — just one of billions of stars in our galaxy alone. However, as our own star, the Sun holds special status for us and is essential to our existence. The Sun's gravity holds the solar system together, and nuclear fusion within the Sun supplies the energy for life on Earth. Without the Sun, Earth would be a drastically different place. In this video segment adapted from NASA, learn some basic facts about our Sun. Run time 01:28.
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Star-Spangled Banner : In This Day in History
In this This Day in History video, the 9/13/1814 writing of the Star Spangled Banner by Francis Scott Key is recounted. It was inspired by the British bombing of Ft. McHenry during the War of 1812. A fast paced video with little depth, but might be interesting to students if these videos are played on a daily basis.

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War of 1812 History Film w/ USS Constitution (Old Ironsides)
Poor audio quality aside, this film uses various drawings to depict the major battles of the War of 1812. Film depicts the USS Constitution (Old Ironsides) defeat of the British frigate HMS Guerriere, the USS Consitution defeat of HMS Java, the surrender of USS Chesapeake, the sailing of USS Essex through Pacific waters, and other battles that took place on the Great Lakes. Also included in the film is information on Francis Scott Key writing “The Star Spangled Banner” while watching the bat
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SR P4 Klartext 2010-11-08 18:00
Klartext handlar i dag om att polisen i Malmö har tagit fast en man som är misstänkt för att ha skjutit människor i staden. Vi berättar också om att USA kan ha övervakat människor i Sverige på ett olagligt sätt. Du får höra mer när du lyssnar på programmet.
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Billie Holiday singing "I wished on the moon"
 I wished on the Moon --Billie Holiday 1935
20 year old Billie Holiday sings in a first session with the Teddy Wilson Orchestra on July 2 1935 in New York. Next to Teddy on piano the All Star Band consists of Benny Goodman clarinet, Roy Eldridge trumpet, Ben Webster tenor sax, John Truehart guitar, John Kirby bass and Cozy Cole drums. Jazz promotor John Hammond heard Billie for the first time in New York's Monette club in 1933 and wrote in Melody Maker: "Billie although only 18, she weigh

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Chasing Tornadoes
From an outsider's perspective, storm chasing might appear to involve hours and hours of boredom, accentuated by a few moments of unimaginable excitement — or terror — depending on one's love or fear of tornadoes. But to tornado researchers, the effort and expense they expend in search of a single tornado-producing storm reflect the importance of these events in terms of their impact on lives and property. This video segment adapted from NOVA follows some of the scientists who study these vi
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Milk Fireworks
Dorie Dilts, the star of P.G. Kain's hit book series "The Social Experiments of Dorie Dilts" shows you how to take a few simple household items to create eye-popping Milk Fireworks.  She also explains clearly what causes the milk fireworks to occur.  A fun and easy experiment involving chemical reactions.
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Touch and Vision

In this episode of the human senses, they explore the two most highly used senses, touch and vision.  In this video they test the amazing things we do with our eyes, how we can instantly spot attractive people in a crowded room, and how our eyes guide us around the world with astonishing accuracy.  When it comes to touch they reveal why we love the feel of some things and loath others.  Discover what our skin
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Magic School Bus Gets Ants in Its Pants
What project can Ms. Frizzle's class do for the Science Fair? How about a movie about an ant colony? Keesha is the director in search of a star for the show. When the class shrinks and travels through an anthill, she finds ants doing different tasks. But no one ant seems right for the starring role. By the end of the field trip, the kids discover that ants communicate and work together to help one another live. All the ants are stars! Students will learn the following information in this episode
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Shapes Recognition
This children's educational video teaches kids geometric shapes
and shape recognition: ellipse, trapezoid, circle, octagon, rectangle,
square, hexagon, parallelogram, pentagon, star, rhombus, and triangle.  Each shape is shown in a real life setting and then an image of the shape is shown and spoken.

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