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  1. Growing Independent
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    00:02:41

    Growing Independent

    Watch young eagles learn to catch food in this video segment from Nature.

    Grades: 2-6
    Provided by: WNET
  2. Dustin Madden: Science Teacher
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    00:02:26

    Dustin Madden: Science Teacher

    In this video profile produced for Teachers' Domain, meet teacher Dustin Madden, an Iñupiaq who hopes to inspire students to take an active role ...

    Grades: 3-12
    Provided by: WGBH
  3. The Search for Another Earth
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    The Search for Another Earth

    This NASA video provides an overview of technology under development to explore the planets and stars outside our solar system. These will be the most ...

    Grades: 3-12
    Provided by: NASA
  4. Forces Lab
    Interactive

    Forces Lab

    In this interactive activity from the Building Big Web site, select one of the actions of squeezing, stretching, bending, sliding, or twisting to explore the ...

    Grades: 3-8
    Provided by: Building Big
  5. Hana's Japanese Drums
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    00:02:45

    Hana's Japanese Drums

    In this ZOOM video segment, join Hana as she learns traditional Japanese drumming with her Taiko group.

    Grades: K-8
    Provided by: Zoom
  6. Extreme Living
    Lesson Plan

    Extreme Living

    Using cards that show extremophiles and some of Earth’s extreme environments, students match a microbe to an extreme environment in which it could live.

    Grades: 1-6
    Provided by: NOVA
  7. Modeling Fractions with Cuisenaire Rods
    Interactive

    Modeling Fractions with Cuisenaire Rods

    In this interactive activity adapted for grades 3–5 from Annenberg Learner’s Teaching Math Grades 6–8, use virtual ...

    Grades: 3-5
    Provided by: WGBH
  8. What Can You Do?
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    00:03:58

    What Can You Do?

    In this video segment from WILD TV, learn about a woman who photographs dogs in an animal shelter in an effort to find new homes ...

    Grades: 3-8
    Provided by: WNET
  9. Masters of Disguise
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    00:03:13

    Masters of Disguise

    In the face of danger, what's a spineless animal to do? This video segment introduces the concept of camouflage -- how animals achieve it and ...

    Grades: K-12
    Provided by: NOVA
  10. Using Data Clusters to Find Hacker
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    00:04:01

    Using Data Clusters to Find Hacker

    The CyberSquad searches for Hacker’s castle based on a survey of where town residents have last seen him in ...

    Grades: 3-6
    Provided by: Cyberchase
  11. Blue Ribbon Readers: Making Connections
    Lesson Plan

    Blue Ribbon Readers: Making Connections

    In this WPSU lesson Making Connections,elementary students will move toward understanding and comprehending text more effectively by making connections ...

    Grades: K-5
    Provided by: WPSU
  12. What Is Life?
    Lesson Plan

    What Is Life?

    In this lesson, students observe a number of objects, make a list of life’s characteristics, and develop a working definition of being alive.

    Grades: 1-6
    Provided by: NOVA
  13. Defy Gravity! Balancing Balls on Air
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    00:03:19

    Defy Gravity! Balancing Balls on Air

    In this video segment adapted from ZOOM, cast members use a hair dryer to balance a ball in a stream ...

    Grades: K-8
    Provided by: Zoom
  14. Gallery of Auroras
    Interactive

    Gallery of Auroras

    View this stunning collection of auroral displays from NOVA to find out why auroras appear in different colors and shapes and whether they occur on ...

    Grades: 3-12
    Provided by: NOVA
  15. The Squares Game
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    00:02:14

    The Squares Game

    In this video segment from Cyberchase, the CyberSquad determines the fairness of a game in which there are three shapes distributed equally on nine squares.

    Grades: 3-6
    Provided by: Cyberchase
  16. Reading a Thermometer
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    00:03:49

    Reading a Thermometer

    In this video segment from Cyberchase, the CyberSquad learns how to read a thermometer as they try to keep their chocolate sculpture from melting.

    Grades: 3-5
    Provided by: Cyberchase
  17. Machine in a Factory
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    00:00:14

    Machine in a Factory

    A close-up of a machine punching television circuits into a board can be seen in this Building Block video shot in Huizou, China.

    Grades: All
    Provided by: WGBH
  18. Film Shoot: Day 3
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    00:01:03

    Film Shoot: Day 3

    In this video segment from Cyberchase, the CyberSquad compares their budget with their actual spending from day three of their film shoot.

    Grades: 3-6
    Provided by: Cyberchase
  19. Statue of Liberty
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    00:00:04

    Statue of Liberty

    This Building Block video shows a silhouette of the Statue of Liberty at sunset standing above shimmering gold water in the harbor.

    Grades: All
    Provided by: WGBH
  20. Collective Improvisation
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    Collective Improvisation

    In this video segment from Jazz at Lincoln Center, jazz musicians perform an example of collective improvisation.

    Grades: 3-8
    Provided by: WNET