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The Pirate Cruncher

No one knows the pirate life better than salty sea dog and outstanding illustrator/author Jonny Duddle. His books are filled with enough cutlasses, compasses, peg legs, hooks, eye-patches, parrots and swashbuckling pirates to convince any reader to give up their land-lover ways and hop aboard the next ship heading towards adventure. The Pirate Cruncher is one of Jonny’s best-loved picture books, filled with spectacular illustrations and a hilarious story to match. Captain Purplebeard is after treasure and adventure, and he has his sights set on an island full of treasure. After telling a tavern all about it, he sets sail with a crew of salty sea dogs. But it’s only once they’ve set off that he reveals that a terrible Pirate-Cruncher guards the island. Their fear doesn’t last long with the promise of treasure still ringing in their ears and the pirates continue their quest to the island. But what will they find once they reach it?

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Pirate Ship Wreck Uncovered - National Geographic

Pirate hunters uncover the myths surrounding pirates through the artifacts recovered from the Whydah wreck.

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Pirate Facts Video Quiz

Fun part of introducing our unit to making Pirate Maps!

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Subtraction with Regrouping

This is a short clip that shows the first part of a video that teaches how to subtract with regrouping. It also used the model of base 10 blocks.

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Estimate the Difference to the Nearest Hundred Thousand

Estimate the Difference to the Nearest Hundred Thousand

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Add and subtract multi-digit numbers

Join us on this flipped math lesson for the 3rd grade math standards where we work through a problem that was inspired by a released exam item where we practice adding and subtracting multi-digit numbers.

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Multi-Digit Addition

Math Antics.com explains Multi-Digit Addition with and without regrouping

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Two Digit Subtraction with Regrouping - Common Core

A simple and clear explanation, with drawings, of how to subtract two-digit numbers with regrouping.

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Chick Hatching

Video showing chicken hatching from an egg. 🐤🐤🐤🐤

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Painted Lady Butterfly Life Cycle

Here we see the final life stages of several Painted Lady (Vanessa cardui) Butterflies. Once the caterpillar matures, it spins a silk pad on a twig or other substrate, then suspends itself upside-down, by attaching a special part of its body part at the tail-end called a "cremaster" to the pad. The cremester sticks to the pad much like the hooks and loops of Velcro. In about 24 hours, the caterpillar sheds its final skin to complete the pupation process. Inside the pupa, the caterpillar has essentially liquified itself into a soup of cells. During the next 12-14 days, metamorphosis takes place as the cells are "re-arranged" and transformed into the adult insect. For most of this process, there is no visible change on the outside, but as the final few days approach, the developing adult butterfly can be seen through the semi-transparent pupal case. The butterfly's wing colors and pattern can be seen to darken. Finally, the fully developed adult separates from the pupal shell about an hour before it emerges, a process called "eclosion". Once the adult emerges, it takes only a few minutes to expand its wings by pumping a body fluid into the wing vein structure. After a couple of hours, the fluid dries and hardens inside the veins, leaving the wings rigid enough propel it in flight.

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Painted Lady Butterfly Life Cycle

Here we see the final life stages of several Painted Lady (Vanessa cardui) Butterflies. Once the caterpillar matures, it spins a silk pad on a twig or other substrate, then suspends itself upside-down, by attaching a special part of its body part at the tail-end called a "cremaster" to the pad. The cremester sticks to the pad much like the hooks and loops of Velcro. In about 24 hours, the caterpillar sheds its final skin to complete the pupation process. Inside the pupa, the caterpillar has essentially liquified itself into a soup of cells. During the next 12-14 days, metamorphosis takes place as the cells are "re-arranged" and transformed into the adult insect. For most of this process, there is no visible change on the outside, but as the final few days approach, the developing adult butterfly can be seen through the semi-transparent pupal case. The butterfly's wing colors and pattern can be seen to darken. Finally, the fully developed adult separates from the pupal shell about an hour before it emerges, a process called "eclosion". Once the adult emerges, it takes only a few minutes to expand its wings by pumping a body fluid into the wing vein structure. After a couple of hours, the fluid dries and hardens inside the veins, leaving the wings rigid enough propel it in flight.

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REASONS TO CELEBRATE | March 21 - World Down Syndrome Day

The mums in this video and the dad who created it ( https://twitter.com/5ushi ) met online and got together to show the world just how ordinary and fun life with the condition is and how they "Wouldn't Change a Thing".

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Identifying Multiplication Sentences Using Visuals: 3.OA.1

I can interpret products in multiplication (so 28 = 4 X 7 as 4 groups of seven, an array with four rows and 7 columns and an area of 4 by 7 rectangle or 4 rows of 7 objects.)

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Division - Sharing Equally

I can explain division as a set of objects partitioned into an equal number of shares. I can identify parts of division equations (dividend, divisor, and quotient) I can interpret quotients in division ( 32 ÷ 4 = 8 can be 4 groups with 8 items in each group or 8 groups with 4 items ) Interpret whole-number quotients of whole numbers (Common Core Standard 3.OA.2)

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Multiply One Digit by Multiples of 10

Multiply One Digit by Multiples of 10

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Multiplying by multiples of 10

Decompose multiples of ten to multiply.

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Starburst Rock Cycle

Using Starburst Candy to show the rock cycl

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Rock Cycle

Learn the differences between sedimentary, metamorphic and igneous rocks using jelly beans, heat and pressure.

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Three Main Rock Types

This video discusses the three main rock types.

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Rounding To the Nearest 10 Using a Number Line

Rounding To the Nearest 10 Using a Number Line 3.NBT.A.1

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Rounding to the nearest 10

Use a number line to round two-digit numbers to the nearest ten.

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Examples rounding to the nearest 10 and 100

Round up to four-digit numbers to the nearest ten and hundred

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School House Rock: My Hero Zero

This song introduces the power of zero (or the Power of Ten) in our number system

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Rounding Numbers Nearest 10 & 100 Rap

Fun song to help review rounding rules

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How Much is a Million?

This is the book read aloud to students.

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Candling Egg Day 10

Day 10: Notice infertile, bloodline, and fertile eggs.

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Ivan the Gorilla: Beyond the Book Hangout On Air

Ivan the Gorilla: Beyond the Book Hangout On Air

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Meet Ivan - A Gorilla's Story

ou may remember Ivan the gorilla that lived in a shopping mall for many years until he was released to Zoo Atlanta. This is his story as told by Jodi Carrigan from Zoo Atlanta who worked with Ivan. Presented by the Jr. League of Cobb-Marietta and Crossroads Library.

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Ivan the gorilla

The Zoo Atlanta family is saddened by the passing of Ivan the western lowland gorilla, 50 years old and a cherished member of our collection since 1994.

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How Birds Get Oxygen Inside Their Eggs

A beautiful tour of the bizarre system that help chicks breathe before they hatch. ...oxygen is coming in through the shell..moisture is slowly evaporating out that creates an empty space that gradually fills with air a day or so before the chick is ready to hatch it starts to move it punctures that air pocket and fills its lungs it then has just enough oxygen to battle out of the egg and take .its first breath of fresh air.

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The One and Only Ivan book trailer

In a moving picture book, Katherine Applegate tells the true story of the gorilla who inspired her Newbery Award-winning novel, The One and Only Ivan.

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 IVAN: The Remarkable True Story of the Shopping Mall Gorilla

In a moving picture book, Katherine Applegate tells the true story of the gorilla who inspired her Newbery Award--winning novel, The One and Only Ivan. In a spare, powerful text and evocative illustrations, the Newbery medalist Katherine Applegate and the artist G. Brian Karas present the extraordinary real story of a special gorilla. Captured as a baby, Ivan was brought to a Tacoma, Washington, mall to attract shoppers. Gradually, public pressure built until a better way of life for Ivan was found at Zoo Atlanta. From the Congo to America, and from a local business attraction to a national symbol of animal welfare, Ivan the Shopping Mall Gorilla traveled an astonishing distance in miles and in impact. This is his true story and includes photographs of Ivan in the back matter.

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Notice and Note Non-Fiction BQ #3 What challenged, changed or confirmed what I knew?

In this video about how to read non fiction, we ask ourselves, "What challenged, changed or confirmed what we already knew?"

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Notice and Note Non-Fiction Big Question 2

Here we learn about how to recognize when the author of a non-fiction text, writes as if the reader already knows particular information. By identifying what it is that we don't know, but the author is assuming we do know, we can fix our confusion and become a more critical reader.

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Notice and Note Nonfiction - Big Question 1 "What Surprised Me?"

Video created by PowToon Notice and Note Nonfiction - Big Question 1 "What Surprised Me?" Example shown and directions for group practice

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Marvelous Max

Intro to Autism

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The Adventures of EcoRilla Episode

Used to write an informative essay to answer the question: What can you do to save water?

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Animals: Learned Behavior

Animals: Learned Behavior

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Behavioral Adaptations

Structural and Behavioral adaptation

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Mexico City is Sinking!

Tim Hansen tells about Mexico City sinking.

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Writing a Personal Narrative: Writing an Introduction or Opening for Kids

This video introduces students to different ways they can write an introduction or opening to a personal narrative story!

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How to Write a Personal Narrative Essay

This is a short video from a girl explaining at Small Moment and how to put it into a Personal Narrative Essay format.

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The Lemonade War Chapter 8

This is chapter 8 read aloud for students to listen independently.

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The Lemonade War Chapter 10

This is Chapter 10 read aloud for students to listen independently.

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Lemonade War Audio Chapter 9

This is chapter 9 read aloud for students to listen to independently.

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Introduction

How to write an intro paragraph...

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Writing an Introduction Persuasive Writing

If you have brainstormed topic ideas and made a plan of your reasons, you are ready to write! You can hook your reader by writing a good introduction!

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Basic Division

Learn basic Division! Dividing has never been this easy!

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Division Using Equal Groups

This video models how to show a division fact in equal groups.

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Division Using Equal Groups

This video show a division fact as circles and groups.

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https://youtu.be/EGK1KkLjdQY

Rocks are awesome! They can be found everywhere on earth and come in many different shapes, forms, and textures. There are three main types of rock: igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic. Learn more about these types of rock, how they are formed, some examples of each type, and how the rock cycle works to change one type of rock into another.

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3D Rocks and Soil Song

A – quick song about rocks, their characteristics, and how they create soil

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Writing a Draft: Reasons & Examples

I show this once the students have written an introduction for their opinion and are ready to support their opinion with reasons and examples!

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Make a Plan for Opinion Writing

This short video is one in a series of 8, to help the kids remember how to plan their writing.

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Fly to the Stratosphere

Voyager space capsule and this month successfully carried a miniature solar observatory to 100,000 feet on a five-hour high-altitude balloon flight for NASA.

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Virgin Galactics Space Flight

On the 10th of January 2014, Virgin Galactic's SpaceShip 2 completed its third powered flight, breaking the speed of sound in an important test flight. This video will be used to with a writing lesson and embedded into a Hyper doc.

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Welcome to the Galapagos Islands

The video shows what's so special about these islands ...their wildlife is uniqueness with over 1300 plants and animals found nowhere else in the world. Video used in a Hyperdoc writing lesson

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Animals of the Galapagos Islands

The video shows what's so special about these islands ...their wildlife is uniqueness with over 1300 plants and animals found nowhere else in the world. Video used in hyperdoc writing lesson

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Sugar Overload

News clip discussing LA schools choosing to ban chocolate milk over added sugar. Video used as part of a Hyperdoc lesson covering Opinion Writing.

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Chocolate Milk in Schools Ban - Worthy or Necessary Nutrition?

This video is a News clip discussing the increase in number of schools choosing to ban chocolate milk over added sugar. Video used as part of a Hyperdoc lesson covering Opinion Writing.

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Schools to ban chocolate milk over added sugar

News clip discussing the increase in number of schools choosing to ban chocolate milk over added sugar. Video used as part of a Hyperdoc lesson covering Opinion Writing.

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