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Lost World of the Maya (Full Episode) | National Geographic

The Maya - their soaring pyramids, monumental cities and mythical mastery of astronomy and mathematics have captured our imaginations and spurred generations of explorers into the jungles of Central America on a quest to understand them. Lost World of the Maya surveys their dramatic rise to prominence in the 'pre-classic era' of the Maya as well as new evidence of the collapse of their civilization in the 800-900's AD.

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Stories from the Stone Age - 1of15

An exploration of the revolutionary period of prehistory that began when humans abandoned the nomadic hunting and gathering existence they had known for millennia to take up a completely new way of life the decisive move to farming and herding the ration of permanent settlements and the discovery of metals setting the stage for the arrival of the worlds first civilisation.

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European Exploration of the Americas: Motivation

Learn about what motivated Europeans to explore during the Age of Exploration

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European conquest of America

This is the second part of a trilogy about the American continent. Let's retrace here the colonization by Europeans, from the discovery by Christopher Columbus until the end of the Seven Years’ War.

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Reasons for Exploration & Colonization of North America

Reasons for Exploration & Colonization of North America

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European Exploration - Why did Europeans came to the Americas ("The New World")

This video provides a brief overview of the reasons why Europeans explored the "New World".

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The Mississippian Culture: The Lost American Civilization

The Mississippian Culture: The Lost American Civilization

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Meteorite crash in Russia: Video of meteor explosion

Meteorite crash in Russia: Video of meteor explosion. This video is used with a 5th grade math performance task.

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Russian meteor: Amazing video of explosion as seen by drivers

A collection of dashboard camera footage captured, as the fireball skimmed across the skyline in front of motorists.

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Symbiotic Relationships

This video will teach you all about the different types of symbioitic relationships. It also helps students understand how to identify symbiotic relationships as you work through practice problems.

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Photosynthesis for Kids

hotosynthesis is a process in which plants make their own food to be able to grow and develop. In order to perform photosynthesis, they need various elements: sunlight, carbon dioxide, obtained from air and water. They also need chlorophyll, which is a green substance that all plants have, and is fundamental for performing photosynthesis, since it could not happen without it. By the way! chlorophyll is what gives all plants their green colour!

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Human Impacts on Ecosystems

Anthropogenic changes (induced by human activity) in the environment—including habitat destruction, pollution, introduction of invasive species, overexploitation, and climate change—can disrupt an ecosystem and threaten the survival of some species.

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Bill Nye Food Webs

Bill Nye Food Webs

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Food Webs: Crash Course Kids #21.2

There are so many elements in ecosystems, that if just one leaves or gets out of whack, it can be terrible for the whole thing.

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Home Sweet Habitat: Crash Course Kids #21.1

ow would a Polar Bear do if you put it in the desert? Not well. But why? Why can't anything live anywhere? Well, this has to do with Habitats and how animals (including humans) are suited for living in one place over another. In this episode, Sabrina talks about how these Habitats form Food Webs and how those Food Webs help us understand a lot about the world.

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The Dirt on Decomposers: Crash Course Kids #7.2

We've talked about food chains and how energy moves through an ecosystem, but let's take a step back and see how everything starts... and ends. Decomposers!

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Fabulous Food Chains: Crash Course Kids #7.1

Everyone eats, right? But how does that food get the energy to power you? In this episode of Crash Course Kids, Sabrina talks about the way energy moves, or flows, through an ecosystem and how that movement forms Food Chains!

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Speed, Velocity, and Acceleration

Speed, Velocity, and Acceleration

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The Physics of Skydiving

The Physics of Skydiving - drag (air resistance)

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Playtime with Parachutes | Physics for Kids

Playtime with Parachutes | Physics for Kids

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Khan Academy: How to subtract mixed numbers that have unlike denominators

Khan Academy: How to subtract mixed numbers that have unlike denominators

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Khan Academy: How to add mixed numbers that have unlike denominators

Khan Academy: How to add mixed numbers that have unlike denominators

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Subtracting fractions with unlike denominators

This video is from Khan Academy...Subtracting fractions with unlike denominators

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Adding Fractions with Unlike Denominators

Adding Fractions with Unlike Denominators

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Subtracting Fractions w/Unlike Denominators Using the Standard Algorithm

Subtracting Fractions w/Unlike Denominators Using the Standard Algorithm

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Subtracting Fractions with Unlike Denominators Using Visual Models Tutorial Video

Subtracting Fractions with Unlike Denominators Using Visual Models Tutorial Video

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Balance: Bill Nye

Balance: Bill Nye

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Generation Genius Video (Balanced and Unbalanced Forces)

Balanced & Unbalanced forces are awesome! In this lesson, Dr. Jeff, Izzy and Zoe help you learn about it through a fun video lesson for kids in 3rd, 4th and 5th grade.

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Adding Fractions with Different Denominators

Demo of adding 2 fractions with different denominators, using fractions model diagrams. 1/4 + 1/2

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Ordering Fractions

Ordering Fractions

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How to Order Fractions with Unlike Denominators (with Mr. J)

Mr. J will go through examples and explain the ordering fractions steps.

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Fractions are Everywhere

Fractions are Everywhere shows how fractions are found all around us.

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Fractions are Everywhere

Good fractions intro...Fractions are Everywhere shows how fractions are found all around us.

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Improper Fraction to Mixed Number (Khan Academy)

Let's help our top-heavy improper fraction friend switch over into a mixed number!

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Writing Mixed Numbers as Improper Fractions

Learn how to convert a mixed number into an improper fraction.

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Add and Subtract Unlike Fractions Intro

Adding and Subtracting Fractions with Unlike Denominators

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The Progression of Fractions Meaning Equivalence & Comparison

Graham Fletcher explains the progression of Fractions across grades 1-5.

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Plotting Points on a Coordinate Plane

Math with Mr. J...Whether you're just starting out, or need a quick refresher, this is the video for you if you're looking for how to plot ordered pairs on a coordinate plane. Mr. J will go through examples and explain the steps of plotting points on a coordinate plane.

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Patterns And Ordered Pairs (5th Grade Math)

Patterns And Ordered Pairs (5th Grade Math)

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Celestial Bodies | Planets, Comets, Asteroids and more

Celestial bodies are any object in the outer space. They are also called as heavenly bodies. There are different kinds of celestial bodies, such as planets, moons, stars, comets, meteors, asteroids and galaxies.

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Bar Model Multiplication with larger numbers

Bar Model Multiplication with larger numbers

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Bar Models - All 4 Operations

Bar Models - All 4 Operations

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Bar Models/Strip Diagrams for Division

Bar Models/Strip Diagrams for Division

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Multiplication vs. Division Strip Diagrams (Bar Models)

This is a lesson on determining the difference between multiplication and division strip diagams.

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Addition & Subtraction Strip Diagrams (Bar Models)

Students learn how to determine if a strip diagram is for addition or subtraction.

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Math Bar Models

Singapore Math - Math Bar Models

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Black Holes: Crash Course Astronomy

We’ve covered a lot of incredible stuff, but this week we’re talking about the weirdest objects in space: BLACK HOLES. Stellar mass black holes form when a very massive star dies, and its core collapses. The core has to be more than about 2.8 times the Sun’s mass to form a black hole. Black holes come in different sizes, but for all of them, the escape velocity is greater than the speed of light, so nothing can escape, not matter or light. They don’t wander the Universe gobbling everything down around them; their gravity is only really intense very close to them. Tides near a stellar mass black hole will spaghettify you, and time slows down when you get near a black hole — not that this helps much if you’re falling in.

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Rotation and Revolution Song

With this song, you'll always remember the difference between the two major ways that the Earth moves, and the things we experience as a result of both of these motions.

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How do Satellites work?

We live our lives knowing that many satellites orbit our planet everyday, and that they are helping us in several ways. You might be surprised to know that there are almost 4,900 satellites orbiting the earth. The most obvious questions that come to mind are: Why are these satellites in totally different orbits? How does a satellite carry out all of its functions? And, what are the components inside them, which help them to accomplish all of their allotted tasks? Let's explore the answers to all these questions in detail.

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Order of Operations with Parentheses and Brackets

Order of Operations with Parentheses and Brackets

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Order of Operations (3: Brackets within brackets)

Deeper learning in order of operations: brackets within brackets. Brackets group elements of a problem together Various kinds of brackets: ( ), [ ], { }. Worked example using parentheses and square brackets.

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Problem Solving - Model Multiplication

This lesson uses bar models to solve problems with multiplication and addition.

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Introduction to The Bar Model (Strip Diagram) - Math Problem Solving Method

A bar model -- also known as a bar diagram, strip diagram, strip model, tape method, tape diagram, Singapore method, etc. -- is a way to visually organize data for math problem solving. You can use a bar model to help you visualize and solve almost every kind of arithmetic problem. This video helps explain bar models and strip diagrams for elementary students (and teachers) studying problem solving and arithmetic.

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We Are the Planets

Let the StoryBots DJ "revolve" it with sweet beats as the rapping sun and planets give you their spin on the whole solar system.

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All About the Sun for Kids

The Sun is a giant ball of burning hot gasses, millions of degrees at its core! The sun is a star (yes, really!) that provides the heat and energy that life on Earth needs to survive. It may look peaceful from where we sit, but 93 million miles/150 million km away - that's how far it is - the sun is churning and roiling with eruptions of radiation bigger than the earth!

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They Might Be Giants

They Might Be Giants - Why Does the Sun Shine? (The Sun is a Mass of Incandescent Gas)

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Sun 101 - National Geographic

The sun keeps the planets in its orbit with a tremendous gravitational force. What would happen if it disappeared entirely? Learn about the star at the center of our solar system, and how it is critical to all life as we know it.

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Planets Song

Memorize the planets in order from the sun

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Meteors

Haven't You Wondered, What are Meteors? Well, Dr. Binocs knows it all, Tune-in as Dr.Binocs talks about METEOROIDS, METEORS & METEORITES And yes don't miss the Trivia at the end of the video The detailed video break-up is as follows 00:06 The Story of Meteoroid 00:28 Difference Between METEOROIDS, METEORS & METEORITES 01:26 What is a shooting star? 01:39 What are fireballs? 02:45 Trivia

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The Oort Cloud: Believe it or Not

Learn about the Oort Cloud with host Reid Reimers on this episode of SciShow Space!

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What are Asteroids and Where do they come from?

Asteroids are small, rocky objects that orbit the sun, just like the rest of the planets and celestial bodies in our solar system. Although asteroids are present throughout the solar system, most of them live in the asteroid belt—a region located between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter. The size of objects within the asteroid belt have a wide range, from being no bigger than a dust particle to almost a thousand kilometers wide. Our solar system came into existence about 4.6 billion years ago when a large cloud of gas and dust collapsed. Following this event, most of that material fell to the center of the cloud and resulted in the formation of the sun—the central star of our solar system. Planets were formed from some of the condensing dust in that cloud, but not all celestial material had the chance to be incorporated into planets. The leftovers from that time took the form of asteroids.

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Dividing Decimals

Dividing Decimals

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Dividing Decimals Song for Classroom

Miss McMahon's Classroom. Math can be fun and engaging! Check out this math song on dividing Decimals

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What is Osmosis? The Dr Binca Show

Have you ever wondered how osmosis works? Why and how does that happen? Watch this video by DR. Binocs to learn HOW OSMOSIS WORKS !

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Division with Compatible Numbers

In this video you will learn about Division with Compatible Numbers.

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Long Division Made Easy - Examples With Large Numbers

This long division math youtube video tutorial explains how to divide big numbers the easy way. It explains how to perform long division with 2-digit divisors with remainders. This video contains plenty of examples and practice problems. It's useful for beginners and for kids in 4th grade or 3rd grade. My recommendation is to make a list of the multiples of the divisor from 1 to 10 and use it perform the long division problem. The video will explain everything.

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Long Division with 2-Digit Divisors

Long Division with 2-Digit Divisors - Solve by estimating using compatible numbers. This makes the solution so much easier!

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5th Grade Decimal Multiplication with Area Models

5th Grade Decimal Multiplication with Area Models... An explanation is given using a decimal grid and a hand-drawn model. There is also a practice problem and answer at the end of the video.

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Multiplying Decimals with Area Model

Shows how to multiply decimals using base tens blocks/area model.

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Universe Size Comparison 2020

From the smallest measurable distance to the potentially infinite Universe, in this video we take a look at the size of... pretty much everything. Enjoy!

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Monarchy

Monarchy

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Types of Government

This video lesson looks at four different types of governments: democracies, republics, monarchies, and dictatorships.

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Democracy is...

Democracy

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Types of Government for Students

Types of Government for Students

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Multiply Tenths x Tenths

How to Multiply Tenths x Tenths using a hundreds grid

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Southeastern Indians Documentary

Southeastern Indians Documentary

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Math with Mr. J 5.NBT.1(Part 2) Understanding the Place Value System | 5th Grade Math

Math with Mr. J 5.NBT.1(Part 2) Understanding the Place Value System | 5th Grade Math

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5.NBT.1 Understanding the Place Value System (Part 1) | Math with Mr. J: 5th Grade Math

Value of numbers, depending on which place they are in... 10 times the value next to it..

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Powers of 10: patterns | Place value and decimals | 5th grade

Observe a pattern that develops when we compare the number of zeros in tens with the number of zeros in the answer. What do you think will be the pattern?

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Powers of Ten - exponents

Use exponents to represent powers of 10.

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Powers of Ten - exponents

Use exponents to represent powers of 10.

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5.NBT.1 x10 and 1/10

Powtown video

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5.NBT.1 x10 and 1/10

Powtown video

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Place value Relationships

Place value Relationships

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Place Value Relationships- Ten Times the Digit To The Right or Left

This math video is intended for 3rd-5th graders. This video discusses how to interpret each place value position as you move to the left of a digit (10 times greater), and to the right of a digit (10 times less). This video offers opportunities to answer questions over large numbers that represent this rule.

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Multiplying Decimals Using An Area Model

This video shows how to create an area model to show the product of decimal values.

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5.NBT.1 Place Value with Decimals

Recognize that in a multi-digit number, a digit in one place represents 10 times as much as it represents in the place to its right and 1/10 of what it represents in the place to its left.

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Learn About the Canadian Shield

This was created by one of my 5th grade students. Good job, Chase!

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Space Exploration

Bill Nye Space

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Peppa Pig: The Time Capsule

Peppa Pig: The Time Capsule

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ARTHUR | Time Capsule Treasures | PBS KIDS

Mr. Ratburn shows the class a time capsule with treasures from 1910.

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Unit Fractions

This is a short video that explains the definition of UNIT Fractions very well.

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Non-Renewable Energy

Non-Renewable Energy for kids

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Equal Parts

This Introduction to Fractions tutorial focuses on making equal parts (partitions) of basic shapes (halves, thirds, and quarters).

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Breaking Shapes into Equal Parts

Partition shapes into equal areas and express each part as a unit fraction.

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Make your own TUBE KAZOO

Video explanation of how to make your own Tube Kazoo...This is a follow-up to a lesson about sound energy.

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Quadrilaterals

This includes a quick overview of Quadrilaterals

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What is a Polygon?

Explains attributes of polygons

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Polygons Song for Kids

Introduces the names of Regular Polygons

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Pioneer and Local History presented by TK Cellar

TK discusses the Cellar Family History (Pioneers) in Liberty Township. This is a recording of his presentation with 3rd graders from 2016.

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Right Angles

Introduction to Right Angles

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Parallel Lines

Using Parallel Lines when classifying shapes

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Introduction to types of quadrilaterals - Khan Academy

Discover attributes and features of four-sided shapes, including parallelograms, rhombuses, rectangles, and squares.

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Lines

Parallel, Perpendicular, and Intersecting Lines Rap... Intro to these before attributes of shapes.

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Math Antics - Polygons

Intro to Polygons

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Area and Perimeter of a Rectangle

This video reviews the basics of area and perimeter.

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Comparing areas and perimeters of rectangles

Compare the areas and perimeters of rectangles to a given rectangle.

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Area - Math Antics

3rd grade intro to Area

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Learn Area - 3rd Grade Math Video

An intro video to area

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Finding Area

Learn all about area and square units

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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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02:41

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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02:48

Starburst Rock Cycle

Using Starburst Candy to show the rock cycl

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06:49

Rock Cycle

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

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04:31

Three Main Rock Types

This video discusses the three main rock types.

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10:55

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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04:49

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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06:16

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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07:40

Candling Egg Day 10

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

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03:28

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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02:06

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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03:48

Marvelous Max

Intro to Autism

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03:00

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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02:03

Behavioral Adaptations

Structural and Behavioral adaptation

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04:11

Mexico City is Sinking!

Tim Hansen tells about Mexico City sinking.

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03:41

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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03:14

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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04:31

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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02:01

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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01:42

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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04:38

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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01:43

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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03:34

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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01:52

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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