This educational song/video helps young children to understand that adding means to 'put together' and subracting means to 'take away' and also includes a story problem as an example for each.
Teaching young students to count from 1-100 using music, rhythm, counting, and finger/body movements help young minds remember order and patterns in numbers.
This video demonstrates the use of both relative and absolute cell references in Excel, applies their use to formulas, and shows how to fill the formulas into adjacent cells.
This video demonstrates how to use simple addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division formulas in Excel 20 and how to fill them to adjacent cells.
In this lesson, students will get an introduction on how to identify author's pupose (persuade, inform, or entertain). Students will also learn how to recognize author's purpose by asking questions.
This first grade reading video lesson models how to separate the individual sounds in phonetically sound words. The instructor also reviews certain sight words for students to practice reading.
The resource is a full interview (approximately 17 minutes) with the author of Farewell to Manzanar, Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston. She discusses civil rights violations regarding the internment of Japanese Americans in camps in the western U.S. during WWII.
Students watch this author interview to supplement knowledge learned during the reading of the author's book. They will glean additional information about the time period, the history, the events, as well as the feelings of the author during the events of the book and after writing the book as she is now in the interview.
This video is a fictional account of a young girl named Becky who is in her first experience of social networking. It addresses Internet safety, cyberbullying, and privacy issues.
This is a pottery video showing how to make an ocarina or clay whistle. This was made for you by Janis Wilson Hughes, owner of Evolution Stoneware Pottery.
"The Culinary Institute of America is the world's premier culinary college. As part 2 of the 3 video Eggs Benedict recipe, culinary school chef instructor Scott Swartz demonstrates how to poach eggs for Eggs Benedict."
PowerBall is a great game for students to work on overhand throwing technique and accuracy. It involves two teams throwing at targets in the middle of the gym, rather than at other students. This game is a great alternate to dodgeball.