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Elementary

English Language Arts

Oohhh Oobleck!

Oohhh Oobleck!

Jump in with both feet as you watch oobleck videos and learn to use captions and charts to make reading comprehension less messy and loads of fun. (Grade: 3)

Camouflage

Camouflage

In this adventure, little Ioda takes hide and seek to a whole new level! Practice asking and answering questions like who, what, when, where, why, and how. (Grades: PreK-1)

Letter Book

Letter Book

It's crafting time with your students! Introduce new vocabulary words to your students with this DIY letter book. (Grades: PreK-1)

Woolong's Pandas

Woolong's Pandas

Students compare and contrast information from three sources to determine the reasons that have contributed to the declining panda population. (Grades: 3-6)

Storytelling with Pictures

Storytelling with Pictures

Students learn the basics of how stories are structured, gain vocabulary about storytelling elements, and explore how the arts can be a valuable way to tell stories. (Grades: 3-6)

Friends

Friends

True friends come in all sizes! Enjoy a fresh take on an old story about a lion and a mouse. (Grades: PreK-2)

Baseball Field Trip

Baseball Field Trip

At Marlins' Park, kids meet the team mascot, run on the field, pitch in the bullpen, bat in the batting cages and hang out in the President’s Suite. (Grades: PreK-3)

Kindergarten Field Trip

Kindergarten Field Trip

Are you ready to take the next big step into Kindergarten? Go on a field trip and see how kindergarteners follow rules, make friends, and write their own names. (Grades: PreK-3)

Horse Farm Field Trip

Horse Farm Field Trip

On this field trip, Penny and the kids visit Condee Horse Farm and learn the names of horse body parts, feed horses, ride a horse, and run like a horse. Giddy Up! (Grades: PreK-3)

A Visit to Yellowstone

A Visit to Yellowstone

In this video segment adapted from ZOOM, a young guide offers viewers a tour of the park and explains how Earth's internal heat fuels geothermal formations. (Grades: 3-8)

Mathematics

Sorting it Out

Sorting it Out

This group activity from PBS KIDS Lab encourages students to observe carefully, analyze and make comparisons and predictions based on data they gather. (Grades: PreK-K)

Pienado! Odd Squad

Pienado! Odd Squad

This game from Odd Squad will help children with identifying two-dimensional shapes, such as rectangles, squares and triangles, and combining shapes to fit a pattern. (Grades: 1-3)

How Clocks Work

How Clocks Work

Students are introduced to the elements necessary to keep track of time, and they are also exposed to a variety of time pieces. (Grades: 2-5)

QuizBus: Dealing with Data

Students practice collecting data, presenting it in an understandable fashion, analyzing the data through graphing. (Grades 3-8)

Science

Man vs. Elephant

Man vs. Elephant

Read like a detective and solve a BIG problem on the island of Sumatra where man and Asian elephants struggle to live together and get along. (Grade: 3)

Butterfly World Field Trip

Butterfly World Field Trip

Witness metamorphosis, examine live butterflies, float with butterflies in a rainforest cave, and see a collection of the most beautiful butterflies in the world. (Grades: PreK-3)

Zoo Field Trip

Zoo Field Trip

At Zoo Miami, children explore the zoo, wash rhinos, feed a giraffe and ride a camel. Children will love seeing all of these wild animals. (Grades: PreK-3)

Rare Creature Cards

Rare Creature Cards

Explore a set of digital trading cards featuring photos by Joel Sartore and learn more about endangered animals in this Creature Cards interactive from WGBH. (Grades: 4-5)

Seeing Sounds

Seeing Sounds

Listen up! Take this sound safari with a roaring lion for your guide. Make your own musical sounds, and experiment with hearing and seeing sound waves. (Grade: 3)

Butterfly Life Cycle

Butterfly Life Cycle

Through video content and interactive activities, students will discover the amazing transformation process from a tiny caterpillar into a beautiful butterfly. (Grades: K-3)

Social Studies

I Wanna See the States

I Wanna See the States

Pop band HelloGoodbye sings about the 50 States of America. All 50 states are mentioned in one song that focuses on the people, culture, or geography of each region. (Grades: 2-6)

The Four Seasons

The Four Seasons

Learn about the seasons: spring, summer, fall, winter. Why do we have seasons? Learn about how the tilt of the earth affects climate in different parts of the world. (Grades: K-3)

Being a Good Citizen

Being a Good Citizen

Learn from students what it means to be a good citizen at their school. Students demonstrate how taking responsibility for jobs in the classroom is a privilege! (Grades PreK-2)

Speaking Out — Arthur

Speaking Out — Arthur

Francine discovers chemicals from lawn fertilizer are causing fish to die, she's determined to raise awareness about the dangers of poisoning the environment. (Grades: PreK-2)

An Artist in the Family

An Artist in the Family

This video segment takes students into Manuela’s home for a close look at her grandmother’s paintings to learn some of her techniques and about life in Columbia. (Grades: PreK-5)

Communication Innovators

Communication Innovators

Explore the great advances in long-distance communication that resulted from the innovations of Samuel F. B. Morse, Alexander Graham Bell, and Guglielmo Marconi. (Grades: 2-5)

Rosa Parks

Rosa Parks

This interview with civil rights activist Rosa Parks describes her role in the Montgomery Bus Boycott. (Grades: 3-12)

A Letter to My Brother

A Letter to My Brother

Students read a letter written by a soldier during the Civil War about his experiences. Students write a letter of their own to describe a personal experience. (Grades: 4-7)