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English Language Arts

Elementary

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)

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)

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)

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)

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)

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)

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)

Middle School

Elements of Poetry

Elements of Poetry

In this interactive lesson, discover how literary techniques like figurative language, imagery, and symbolism contribute to the overall meaning of a poem. (Grades: 6-12)

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)

Who Owns a Sound?

Who Owns a Sound?

Students learn about the debate over electronic sampling in music and look at how copyright law affects people on both sides of the issue. (Grades: 5-8)

High School

Native American Mythology

Native American Mythology

The film Words from a Bear: N. Scott Momaday delves into the psyche behind the award-winning author and visually captures the essence of Momaday’s writings. (Grades: 6-12)

Elements of Poetry

Elements of Poetry

In this interactive lesson, discover how literary techniques like figurative language, imagery, and symbolism contribute to the overall meaning of a poem. (Grades: 6-12)

American Masters - Gatsby Chases the American Dream

Learn about F. Scott Fitzgerald and his notorious fictional character Jay Gatsby. Both were in the pursuit of the American dream and love. (Grades: 9-12)

Julius Caeser and the American Experience

Learn about the long-held American fascination with Julius Caesar in two videos from Shakespeare Uncovered. (Grades: 8-12)