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Math Vertical Alignment

A collection of videos that cover the progression of various math topics/skills across grade levels.

Bill Nye - Light Optics

Bill Nye - Light Optics

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Bill Nye - Sound

Bill Nye - Sound

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Bill Nye: Light and Color

Bill Nye: Light and Color

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Rounding Decimals

Rounding Decimals

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Comparing Decimals

Comparing Decimals

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Place Value Rap

Place Value Rap

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Intro to Decimals

Decimals are not trivial things. Well, they are, but they aren't. Now its all confusing. Let me rephrase. Decimals are how we count things that are less than one. For instance, in the olympics, the difference between gold and silver is often by .01 or less! You can see that decimals are important for more than just your math teacher's joy.

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15 Incredible Mutual Relationships

15 Incredible Mutual Relationships

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15 INCREDIBLE Mutual Animal Relationships

15 INCREDIBLE Mutual Animal Relationships

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Making Sense Series: The Progression of Early Number and Counting

Graham Fletcher illustrates the progression of early number and counting.

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Making Sense Series: The Progression of Division

Graham Fletcher illustrating the progression of division from grades 3-6.

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Making Sense Series: The Progression of Multiplication

Graham Fletcher illustrates the progression of multiplication from grades 2-5.

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Making Sense Series: Fractions: The Meaning, Equivalence, & Comparison

Graham Fletcher walks through the progression of fractions from grades 1-4.

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Making Sense Series: The Progression of Addition and Subtraction

Graham Fletcher video illustrating the progression of addition and subtraction from grades K-4.

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07:20

Secrets of the Solar System

Secrets of the Solar System

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National Geographic - Solar System Documentary

National Geographic - Solar System Documentary

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Elements of Physics: Motion, Force, and Gravity

When Isaac Newton formulated his three laws of motion, he transformed physics because these laws allowed precise predictions of the movement of objects at all times and in all circumstances. From this, Newton deduced the law of gravity, which explained the movement of planets and stars. This program describes these theories and goes on to outline the four fundamental forces of the universe and how Einstein revolutionized the way we understand gravity with his general theory of relativity.

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Kid President Back to School Pep Talk

Kid President Back to School Pep Talk

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This School (OFFICIAL TEACHER MUSIC VIDEO)

This School (OFFICIAL TEACHER MUSIC VIDEO)

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Why Do Boats Float?

Why Do Boats Float?

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Symbiotic Relationships

Commensalism, mutualism, parasitism

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Body Invaders (Parasitism)

Body Invaders (Parasitism)

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What is an infographic?

What is an infographic?

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A Day in the Life: Amar

This short film follows a 14-year-old boy from Jamshedpur, a major industrialized city in Eastern India, during his daily routine. Amar is the main breadwinner in his family. With perseverence and determination, he works two jobs six days a week in addition to attending school in the afternoons. One of Amar's dreams is to become a cricket star.

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Maasai Life Through A Child's Eyes

8-year-old Naresiah takes you on a journey through her home and village to show you what life is like as a Maasai girl in Kimana, Kenya and the struggles she faces.

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Multiplication Wrestling - How to Play

Multiplication Wrestling - How to Play

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National Geographic Weirdest Planets - HD Documentary

What type of planets have we discovered? This video shows us just how alien some of these planets are!

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Antonov An-225 Takeoff

The Antonov An-225 is one of the largest planes in the world. Here's a little perspective on what makes this thing so special. We live in an age when most airliners are powered by two or four jet engines. This monster has six. Its wingspan measures 290 feet (88 meters). That's longer than five 53-foot semi-truck trailers set end-to-end. Its maximum total weight at takeoff is 640 tons. That's more than twice as heavy as the Statue of Liberty.

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When Cultures Meet

The impact of European Exploration on Native Americans

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Multiplying with Lines

Multiplying with Lines

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Classifying Quadrilaterals (Khan)

Classifying Quadrilaterals (Khan)

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Quadrilateral Types (Khan)

Quadrilateral Types (Khan)

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Quadrilateral Properties (Khan)

Quadrilateral Properties (Khan)

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Intro to Quadrilaterals (Khan)

Intro to Quadrilaterals (Khan)

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[Y]Our Mind's Eye

Cognitive neuroscientist Al Seckel, formerly of the California Institute of Technology, is internationally recognized as one of the world's leading authorities on visual and other sensory illusions. In a transformative talk, Seckel discusses the underlying mechanisms and frameworks of perception, and how they give rise to different systems of belief.

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Brain Magic

First, Keith Barry shows us how our brains can fool our bodies -- in a trick that works via podcast too. Then he involves the audience in some jaw-dropping (and even a bit dangerous) feats of brain magic.

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Math isn't hard, it's a language

Putting words back into math lessons enables even the youngest school-age minds to grasp complex concepts, such as fractions, that are traditionally thought of as abstract and difficult to understand. In his stunningly simple and effective approach, math no longer creates problems for kids but solves them.

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How you can be good at math, and other surprising facts about learning.

You have probably heard people say they are just bad at math, or perhaps you yourself feel like you are not “a math person.” Not so, says Stanford mathematics education professor Jo Boaler, who shares the brain research showing that with the right teaching and messages, we can all be good at math. Not only that, our brains operate differently when we believe in ourselves. Boaler gives hope to the the mathematically fearful or challenged, shows a pathway to success, and brings into question the very basics of how our teachers approach what should be a rewarding experience for all children and adults.

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Japanese Multiplication Using Lines

Japanese Multiplication Using Lines

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Time Lapse Wildebeest Migration

Time Lapse Wildebeest Migration

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Time to Switch to the Metric System

Time to Switch to the Metric System

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Why Don't Americans Use The Metric System

Why Don t Americans Use The Metric System

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Metric America

Uses animation to highlight reasons for the United States upcoming metric conversion. Introduces the meter, liter, kilogram and celsius. Emphasizes prefixes and stresses the decimal nature of the metric system. Points out the benefits of conversion.

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Why The Metric System Matters? (TedEd Lesson)

For the majority of recorded human history, units like the weight of a grain or the length of a hand weren’t exact and varied from place to place. Now, consistent measurements are such an integral part of our daily lives that it’s hard to appreciate what a major accomplishment for humanity they’ve been. Matt Anticole traces the wild history of the metric system.

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Newton's 3rd Law of Motion

Newton's 3rd Law of Motion

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Newton's 2nd Law of Motion

Newton's 2nd Law of Motion

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Newton's 1st Law of Motion

Newton's 1st Law of Motion

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Berenstain Bears: Money Trouble

When Mama and Papa refuse to buy Brother and Sister trendy overly expensive sport shirts, the cubs decide to earn the money themselves.

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Schoolhouse Rock: Money

Schoolhouse Rock: Money

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Schoolhouse Rock: Tax Man

Schoolhouse Rock: Tax Man

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Schoolhouse Rock: Barter and Trade

Schoolhouse Rock teaches barter and trade - economics lesson for students.

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Bill Nye: Force and Motion

Bill Nye: Force and Motion

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Human Migration

It's tough to know what happened on Earth thousands of years before anyone started writing anything down. But thanks to the amazing work of anthropologists and paleontologists like those working on National Geographic's Genographic Project, we can begin to piece together the story of our ancestors. Here's how early humans spread from East Africa all around the world.

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Reading Circle Graphs

Reading Circle Graphs

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Analogy Types

Learn more about different types of analogical relationships.

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Analogy Lesson

A short video to learn more about analogies.

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Scarcity vs. Choice

What is economics all about? "Episode 2: Scarcity and Choice" by Dr. Mary J. McGlasson

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Introduction to Native American Cultural Regions

Show this video to get students ready to learn about the different cultural regions in North America.

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Native American Cultural Units Introduction

Watch this video to help get students engaged into learning more about the Native American cultural regions.

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European Explorers Age of Discovery Introduction Video

Short video to get students engaged in learning about European exploration.

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Patterns and Relationships in Tables

This video should help you to better understand the relationships and patterns that exist within expressions.

Relationships in Patterns

This video should help with your understanding on relationships, in regards to patterns and expressions.

Introduction to Algebra 2: Roman Numerals

Introduction to Algebra 2: Roman Numerals

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Introduction to Algebra: The Dawn of Numbers

Introduction to Algebra: The Dawn of Numbers

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