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206 Videos

  • Preschool Prep - Alphabet and Dinosaurs from A-Z

    Join young host Kristin as she introduces you to each letter of the alphabet and dinosaurs from A to Z! Light-hearted, kid-friendly illustrations depict the dinosaurs with fun facts about each one, all while learning upper-case letters. Each upper-case letter of the alphabet gets presented seve...

  • History Kids - Constitutional Amendments 16-20

    Explore Constitutional Amendments 16 through 20 and understand why the Bill of Rights was a necessary addition to the Constitution. Detailed explanations of the amendments are presented with landmark cases and an analysis of each amendment's present day relevance. Detailed graphics, diagrams an...

  • Common Core 2nd Grade Reading - Sight Words - Volume 4

    This fourth in a series of Common Core programs teaches additional sight words covered in weeks 10 through 18 of 2nd Grade, where kids learn words such as "number," "people," "sound," "something," etc. Join young host Kristin, who explains what sight words are, and enthusiastically presents each...

  • Science Kids - All About the Sun

    Learn all about the Sun. How far is the Sun from Earth? Why is its distance critical for life? What are the photosphere, chromosphere and corona? What are the radiative and convective zones? The answers to all of these questions are covered with detailed graphics, diagrams and exciting video...

  • Preschool Prep - Alphabet And Mythical Creatures From A-Z

    Light-hearted, kid-friendly illustrations depict everything from an awesome Abominable Snowman to a silly zombie! And let's not forget the fantastic fairy and miraculous mermaid along the way, all while you're learning your upper-case letters. Each upper-case letter of the alphabet gets present...

  • Common Core 3rd Grade Language - Simple, Compound and Complex Sentences

    This program meets Common Core third grade language standards as it introduces and explores simple, compound and complex sentences. What elements comprise each sentence type? What are independent and dependent clauses? How do we spot them easily? Definitions and examples are given for all thr...

  • History Kids - Coretta Scott King and the Martin Luther King, Jr. Legacy

    Learn all about the amazing life of Coretta Scott King and how integral she was to carrying on the Martin Luther King, Jr. legacy. What were the significant events of Coretta's early life? How did Coretta's life change once she married Martin Luther King, Jr.? What role did Coretta Scott King ...

  • Literature Kids - Basic Literary Terms - Volume Four

    Explore essential literary terms, such as symbolism, allegory, onomatopoeia, paradox and pun, while analyzing classic works of literature. These terms are covered in depth with detailed graphics, engaging examples and exciting video. On-screen, multiple-choice reviews at the end of each segment...

  • Holiday Kids - All About Valentine's Day

    Learn all about the origins of Valentine's Day and how, as young people, it is a time to celebrate friendship and inclusiveness! Wonderful illustrations combined with silly Valentine's Day jokes make this program an instant classic and a fun holiday tradition!

  • Literature Kids - Basic Literary Terms - Volume Five

    Explore essential literary terms, such as theme, atmosphere, foreshadowing, diction and anaphora, while analyzing classic works of literature. These terms are covered in depth with detailed graphics, engaging examples and exciting video. On-screen, multiple-choice reviews at the end of each seg...

  • Science Kids - All About the Moon

    Learn all about the Moon. How long does it take for the Moon to orbit the Earth? What causes the Moon to shine? What causes the phases of the Moon? What are the phases of the Moon? What is the Moon's effect on ocean tides? The answers to all of these questions are covered with detailed grap...

  • Common Core 4th Grade Language - Using Modal Auxillaries - Can, May, Must

    This program meets Common Core 4th grade language standards, as it introduces, defines and explores when and how to use modal auxiliaries. All of the main modal verbs are presented and examined for proper usage. Detailed graphics, diagrams and exciting video, as well as on-screen, multiple-choi...

  • History Kids - George Washington Carver

    Learn all about George Washington Carver's life as a great inventor, a pioneering agriculturalist, an award-winning artist and a humble humanitarian. What were his major contributions to farming and crop rotation? Why did his recommendations to plant soybean, cowpeas, sweet potatoes and peanut ...

  • Common Core 3rd Grade Language - Verb Tenses - Past, Present and Future

    This program meets Common Core third grade language standards as it introduces, defines and explores present, past and future verb tenses. What are the rules associated with each? How and when do we use them in sentences? Examples are given for all tenses. Detailed graphics, diagrams and exci...

  • Common Core 4th Grade Language - Form and Use Progressive Verbs

    This program meets Common Core 4th grade language standards as it introduces and explores how to form and use progressive verbs. What is a verb? What is a participle? What are the spelling rules for forming a participle? What are the progressive verb tenses? How do I form the present, past a...

  • Science Kids - Pressure and the Forces of Flight

    What is pressure? What is a force? What are weight, lift, thrust and drag and why are they vital to flight? The answers to these questions and many more are covered with detailed graphics, diagrams and exciting video, as well as on-screen, multiple-choice reviews at the end of each segment tha...

  • Holiday Kids - All About St. Patrick’s Day

    Learn all about the origins of St. Patrick's Day and how, as young people, it is a time to celebrate the customs and culture of Ireland! Who was St. Patrick? What were the major events of his life? When and how is St. Patrick's Day celebrated? What are some of the legends and symbols associat...

  • Writing the Alphabet - Letter Formation Made Fun - Preschool - 1st Grade

    In this program, animated character, Will, an enthusiastic young boy, meets a friendly alien from outer space who needs help passing on his message to humankind. In the process, Will teaches the eager alien how to write all of the letters of our alphabet. Join Will, as he prints each letter of ...

  • Creating with Crayons Volume 2

    In this program, young viewers will learn techniques to draw people, a three-dimensional house, and a really cool car! Professional animator Gene Hamm provides simple, fun instruction to create more advanced artwork and great tips on how to color that art appropriately. Side-by-side comparisons...

  • Writing Cursive - Grades 2 - 6

    In this program, animated character, Professor Curt Cursive, an efficiency expert, introduces young viewers to the most efficient way to write quickly...writing cursive. Viewers will understand why cursive is important and understand how to properly form all the letters of the alphabet in cursiv...

  • Creating With Crayons

    In this program, young viewers will learn how to draw their favorite animals like dogs, cats and horses with professional animator Gene Hamm, who provides simple, fun instruction to create more advanced artwork and great tips on how to color that art appropriately. Side-by-side comparisons show ...

  • Preschool Prep - Alphabet Adventure - Upper and Lower Case

    Join energetic and dynamic host Julianna on a fun-filled adventure through the alphabet, teaching young viewers both upper and lower case letters. This program emphasizes letter recognition through repetition and features each letter in the word for an animal from A to Z. Upper and Lower Case l...

  • Preschool Prep - Alphabet Aquarium - Upper and Lower Case

    In this program, join young host, Julianna, as she journeys on an amazing, aquatic adventure, under the sea, through the alphabet from A to Z! You'll learn both upper and lower case letters and meet some of the most eye-catching and exotic fish in the world! A kid-friendly, interactive approach...

  • Science Kids - Volcanoes

    In this program, learn all about volcanoes around the globe. What are volcanoes and how are they formed? What causes volcanoes to erupt? How do scientists classify volcanoes? What are the different types of volcanoes? What are notable volcanoes and volcanic eruptions? The answers to all of ...

  • Science Kids - Understanding Weather and Climate

    In this program, you will understand weather, climate, the greenhouse effect, the role that ocean plays in climate, and the effects of global warming.  Detailed graphics, diagrams and exciting video, as well as on-screen, multiple-choice reviews at the end of each segment reinforce important conc...

  • My Fantastic Field Trip to the Planets

    Blast off with Jake on a live-action, musical, outer space adventure! Traveling inside his toy rocket, Jake's mission depends on the help of eight friendly planets and their pal Pluto, who magically talk and sing. Songs combine fun lyrics about the planets with memorable melodies for one big whop...

  • Common Core Kindergarten Reading - 25 Sight Words

    Common Core Kindergarten Reading is a set of high-quality, nationally-accepted, academic standards in reading. These learning goals outline what a student should know and be able to do before entering 1st grade.  This first in a series of programs covers the beginning 9 weeks of kindergarten, whe...

  • Common Core - Kindergarten Reading Vol. 2 Sight Words 26-50

    Common Core Kindergarten Reading is a set of high-quality, nationally-accepted, academic standards in reading. These learning goals outline what a student should know and be able to do before entering 1st grade.  This second in a series of programs covers weeks 10 through 18 of kindergarten, wher...

  • Preschool Prep - Counting Around the House

    Join 8-year-old Timmy and his trusty bloodhound, Sherlock, as they sniff out and count objects "around the house."    From 1 doorbell to 10 windows, kids will learn to count to 10 and understand that numbers can be used to determine the quantity of a particular group of objects.    On-screen grap...

  • Preschool Prep - Alphabet Around the House

    Join 8-year-old Timmy and his trusty bloodhound, Sherlock, as they sniff out everyday objects around the house in a fun and exciting scavenger hunt through the alphabet from A to Z.   Kids will learn each letter of the alphabet and further identify each letter as the first letter in the word of t...

  • How to become a Computer Programmer

    Introducing a series that introduces kids to possible career choices, giving them a comprehensive look at what it takes to become successful in that particular field. In this program, learn about computer programming and understand what a computer programmer does. Explore some of the cool job o...

  • Preschool Prep - Alphabet Around My Room

    In this program, join young host Kristin as she introduces you to each letter of the alphabet and things you find in a boy or girl's bedroom from A to Z! Light-hearted, kid-friendly illustrations depict familiar bedroom items and furniture, all while learning upper-case letters. Each upper-cas...

  • Preschool Prep - Alphabet Under the Sea

    In this program, join young host Kristin as she dives into an amazing, aquatic adventure, under the sea, through the alphabet from A to Z! Through light-hearted, kid-friendly illustrations, you will learn upper-case letters and meet some of the most eye-catching and exotic fish in the world! E...

  • Science Kids - All About Natural Selection and Adaptations

    In this program, learn all about natural selection and adaptations with new, precise, yet easy-to-understand, definitions and explanations. What is natural selection?  What are adaptations?  What are some ways that animals have adapted to their environments?  What are fossils?  What is the fossi...

  • Science Kids - All About Animal Cells - Plant Cells

    In this program, learn all about animal cells and plant cells with new, precise, yet easy-to-understand, definitions and explanations. Students will learn what cells are and why they are important to living things. They will also understand the parts of an animal cell and plant cell and the dif...

  • Preschool Prep - Alphabet Around My School

    In this program, learn the alphabet with young host Kristin, as she takes you on a fun-tastic journey through the alphabet around your school! A is for Auditorium. M is for Music Room. T is for Teacher. Each upper-case letter of the alphabet gets presented several times then linked to a corre...

  • History Kids - All About the Supreme Court

    In this program, learn all about the United States Supreme Court including the recent addition of Justice Neil Gorsuch.  What is the Supreme Court's history?  What role does it play in the government?  What are its powers as well as its checks and balances?  What is the process by which a case ge...

  • Art History Kids - DaVinci and Rembrandt

    In this program, learn all about Leonardo Da Vinci and Rembrandt Van Rijn. Explore the major life events and significant works of Da Vinci and Rembrandt. In a time before photographs, both men were known for and called upon to create individual and family portraits. Detailed graphics, diagram...

  • Common Core - 4th Grade Language Commonly Confused Homophones Vol. 2

    This program meets Common Core 4th grade language standards by introducing and differentiating between commonly confused homophones, such as aloud/allowed and who's/whose. Detailed graphics, diagrams and exciting video, as well as on-screen, multiple-choice reviews at the end of each segment rei...

  • Common Core - 3rd Grade Math - Understanding Bar Graphs

    In this Common Core compliant, high-definition program, students are introduced to bar graphs. What are bar graphs used for? How do we plot and interpret data on bar graphs? The answers to these questions are covered with detailed graphics, diagrams and exciting video, as well as on-screen, mu...

  • Pilates Kids - Chair Pilates - Study Break Workout Vol. 1

    Refocus, energize, learn better, and have fun with this innovative program that teaches kids simple breathing and exercise techniques that can be performed while seated in a chair at a desk. Pilates utilizes small movements of core muscles that stimulate blood flow and regulate breathing, enabli...

  • Common Core 4th Grade Language - Commonly Confused Homophones

    This program meets Common Core 4th grade language standards by introducing and differentiating between commonly confused homophones, such as to/too/two and there/their/they're.  Detailed graphics, diagrams and exciting video, as well as on-screen, multiple-choice reviews at the end of each segmen...

  • Science Kids - All About Energy

    In this program, learn all about energy with new, precise, yet easy-to-understand, definitions and explanations.  What is the Law of Conservation of Energy?  What are potential and kinetic energy?  What is work?  What are energy transfers?   The answers to all of these questions are covered in de...

  • Common Core-Kindergarten Reading-Sight Words Vol. 4

    Common Core Kindergarten Reading is a set of high-quality, nationally-accepted, academic standards in reading.  These learning goals outline what a student should know and be able to do before entering 1st grade.  This fourth in a series of programs covers weeks 28 through 36 of kindergarten, whe...

  • Common Core-Kindergarten Reading-Sight Words Vol. 3

    Common Core Kindergarten Reading is a set of high-quality, nationally-accepted, academic standards in reading.  These learning goals outline what a student should know and be able to do before entering 1st grade.  This third in a series of programs covers weeks 19 through 27 of kindergarten, wher...

  • CommonCore-3rd Grade Language-Coordinating and Subordinating Conjunctions

    This program meets Common Core third grade language standards as it introduces and explores coordinating and subordinating conjunctions. What are conjunctions, and how do we spot them in sentences? Definitions and examples are given for both coordinating and subordinating conjunctions. Detaile...

  • Common Core - 3rd Grade Language-Comparative and Superlative Adjectives

    This program meets Common Core third grade language standards as it introduces, defines and explores comparative and superlative adjectives and adverbs. What are the different types of adjectives and adverbs? What are the rules associated with each? How do we spot them in sentences? Examples ...

  • History Kids - Constitutional Amendments 11-15

    In this program, explore Constitutional Amendments 11 through 15 and understand why the Bill of Rights was a necessary addition to the Constitution. Detailed explanations of the amendments are presented with landmark cases and an analysis of each amendment's present day relevance. Detailed gra...

  • Literature Kids - Basic Literary Terms Vol. 3 - Metaphor, Simile, Allusion

    In this program, explore essential literary terms, such as metaphor, simile, allusion, personification and hyperbole, while analyzing classic works of literature. These terms are covered in depth with detailed graphics, engaging examples and exciting video. On-screen, multiple-choice reviews at...

  • Common Core - 2nd Grade Reading - Sightwords Vol. 3

    This third in a series of Common Core programs teaches sight words covered in weeks 10 through 18 of 2nd Grade, where kids learn words such as "small," "draw," "clean," "grow," "left," etc. Join young host Kristin who explains what sight words are, and enthusiastically presents each word, sounds...

  • Common Core - 3rd Grade Language - Regular and Irregular Verbs

    In this program, you will learn how to form and use regular and irregular verbs in the present and past tense. Rules are presented with numerous examples to reinforce key concepts. A comprehensive list of irregular verbs are covered to ensure familiarity with these "tricky" verbs to which stand...

  • Start Smart-My Personal Safety - Simple Rules for Staying Safe-Grades K - 4

    In this program, your child will learn simple, yet vital, rules to follow that will empower and increase his or her personal safety, such as the "Check First" rule and the "Go with a Friend" rule. Other points covered are that it is okay to say "no" if you feel uncomfortable, how to identify saf...

  • History Kids - George Washington

    In this program, learn all about George Washington's early life, military career, his role in the Revolutionary War, his presidency, his later years and his historical legacy. Famous George Washington quotes are presented by a cartoon "George" that makes learning about him all the more fun. Det...

  • Science Kids - Earth's Materials and Systems

    This program explores the characteristics of Earth's four systems: Geosphere, Biosphere, Hydrosphere and Atmosphere. Understand how the Earth's systems interact with each other. Detailed graphics, diagrams, and exciting video, as well as on-screen, multiple-choice reviews at the end of each seg...

  • Common Core - Kindergarten Reading - Question Words

    This program meets Common Core standards as it teaches kindergarten students all about question words. Who, what, where, when, why, and how are presented with great, sample sentences to illustrate proper usage. On-screen, multiple-choice reviews at the end of each segment reinforce important co...

  • Common Core - 3rd Grade Language - Plural Nouns

    This program meets Common Core third grade language standards, as it introduces and explores plural nouns.  What are plural nouns and how do we form and use regular and irregular plural nouns?  Plural nouns are defined, exemplified and reviewed with detailed graphics, diagrams and exciting video....

  • History Kids - Constitutional Amendments 6-10

    In this program, explore Constitutional Amendments 6 through 10 and understand why the Bill of Rights was a necessary addition to the Constitution.  Detailed explanations of the amendments are presented with landmark cases and an analysis of each amendment's present day relevance.  Detailed graph...

  • Science Kids - Earth and Our Solar System

    In this program, you will learn all about Earth and our solar system.  What is the Milky Way?  What comprises our solar system?  What role does gravity play in our solar system and Milky Way Galaxy?  What are the characteristics of the inner and outer planets?  The answers to all of this are cove...

  • Common Core - 3rd Grade Language - Abstract Nouns

    This program meets Common Core third grade language standards as it introduces and explores abstract nouns.  What are abstract nouns and how do we spot them in sentences?  What are the most common examples of abstract nouns?  Abstract nouns are defined, exemplified and reviewed with detailed grap...

  • Pilates Kids - Using your Powerhouse Vol. 2

    In this program, Pilates instructor Sarah Booth is back to build upon the movements presented in Volume One with seven, new movements designed to strengthen your Powerhouse and your legs.  Sure to inspire and motivate!      

  • Science Kids - Sound

    In this program, you will learn all about sound.  What is sound?  Hoes does sound move?  What are the characteristics of sound waves?  How do we perceive sound?  What is echolocation?  The answers to all of this are covered in depth with detailed graphics, diagrams and exciting video.  On-screen,...

  • Social Studies Kids - Communities and Geography - Grades 1 - 3

    In this program, explore various communities and geography.  What is a community?  What are the different types of communities?  What is geography?  What are the different types of bodies of water and landforms on Earth?  How does geography affect communities?  The answers to all of this are cove...

  • Basic Literary Terms Vol. 2 - Point of View

    Explore essential literary terms while analyzing classic works of literature.  What is 1st, 2nd and 3rd person point of view?  What are omniscience and limited omniscience?  What is alternating point of view?  The answers to all of this are covered in depth with detailed graphics, engaging exampl...

  • History Kids - Alexander Hamilton

    In this program, learn all about the incredible life of Alexander Hamilton.  What influenced his early years and military service?  How did he become involved in American politics?  What was Hamilton's role at the Constitutional Convention?  What role did he play in George Washington's presidency...

  • Preschool Prep - Alphabet Animals - Animals from A - Z

    In this program, join young host Marisa as she takes you on a fun-filled adventure through the alphabet with both familiar and exotic animals from A to Z!  Each upper-case letter of the alphabet gets presented slowly, several times with large, easy-to-read graphics.  Each letter then gets linked ...

  • Common Core - 2nd Grade Reading - Sight Words Vol. 2

    This second in a series of Common Core programs teaches the sight words covered in weeks 10 through 18 of 2nd Grade, where kids learn words such as "bring," "drink," "better," "light," "carry," etc.  Join young host Marisa, who explains what sight words are, and enthusiastically presents each wor...

  • Common Core - 3rd Grade Language Parts of Speech

    This program meets Common Core third grade language standards as it introduces and explores parts of speech.  Proper nouns, nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs are defined, exemplified and reviewed with detailed graphics, diagrams and exciting video.  On-screen, multiple-choice reviews...

  • Pilates Kids - Using Your Powerhouse - Vol. 1

    In this program, have fun getting fit with Pilates instructor Sarah Booth.  What is Pilates?  What are the benefits?  What is your Powerhouse?  How do you control your "inhale" and "exhale?"  Sarah answers all of these questions, as she inspires and guides kids through the seven, introductory Pil...

  • Science Kids - Bacteria

    In this program, you will learn all about bacteria.  What are the characteristics of bacteria?  How are bacteria classified?  What is the history of bacteria?  How do bacteria reproduce?  How is bacteria good and bad for us?  How does bacteria help the ecosystem?  The answers to all of this are c...

  • History Kids - Harriet Tubman - Conductor of the Underground Railroad

    In this program, learn all about Harriet Tubman's early life, social impact, role in the Underground Railroad, later life and lasting, national legacy.  Her noteworthy quotes are recounted by "Harriet" herself.  Detailed graphics, diagrams, and exciting video, as well as on-screen, multiple-choic...

  • Kindergarten Prep - Basic Punctuation for New Readers and Writers

    This program prepares kids for kindergarten by teaching them basic punctuation that is essential for new readers and writers.  The functions of a period, question mark, exclamation point and comma are delightfully detailed by a hilarious team of animated punctuation marks that makes learning fun!...

  • Literature Kids-Basic Literary Terms Vol. 1 Narrative, Plot, Tone, Mood

    In this program, explore essential literary terms while analyzing classic works of literature.  What is a narrative?  What are its most common parts?  What does plot refer to in a story?  What is tone and mood?  How does a writer use them to affect the story and the reader?  How does setting work...

  • History Kids - Forms of Government Around the World

    In this program, learn all about the most common forms of government around the world, such as monarchy, constitutional government, democracy, dictatorship and communism.  Detailed graphics, diagrams and exciting video, as well as on-screen, multiple-choice reviews at the end of each segment rein...

  • Core Curriculum - Introduction to the Metric System

    Introducing a brand-new series that covers core curriculum topics in all academic areas. Developed by a math curriculum writer, this program explores the metric system. What is the metric system? What are the main units of measurement in the metric system? How does it differ from the English ...

  • Core Curriculum - Albert Einstein

    Introducing a brand-new series that covers core curriculum topics in all academic areas. Developed by a science curriculum writer, this program explores the life of Albert Einstein. What were the significant events of Einstein's life? What were his major contributions to the advancement of phy...

  • Core Curriculum - Ancient Greece

    Introducing a brand-new series that covers core curriculum topics in all academic areas. Developed by a history curriculum writer, this program explores Ancient Greece. What were city-states and how were they governed? How was the city-state of Sparta different than Athens? What is the study ...

  • Core Curriculum - Thurgood Marshall

    Introducing a brand-new series that covers core curriculum topics in all academic areas. Developed by a history curriculum writer, this program explores the important achievements of Thurgood Marshall. What were his contributions to the NAACP? Why was Thurgood's appointment to the Supreme Cour...

  • Core Curriculum - Maya Angelou

    Introducing a brand-new series that covers core curriculum topics in all academic areas. Developed by an English curriculum writer, this program introduces students to the amazing life and poetry of Maya Angelou. What were the significant events of Maya Angelou’s early life? How did she become...

  • Common Core - 1st Grade Math - Place Value, Base 10 and Comparing Numbers

    This program meets Common Core 1st grade math standards as it teaches all about place value, base 10 and the symbols used to compare numbers.  What are numbers?  How does the base 10 system make it easier to count and represent numbers larger than 9?  What are the symbols for less than, greater t...

  • Kindergarten Prep - Days of the Week and Understanding our Calendar

    This program prepares kids for kindergarten by teaching the days of the week and all about our calendar.  What are the days of the week?  What is a week?  What are the months of the year?  How do I calculate how many days are in each month?  What is a year?  What is a leap year?  The answers to t...

  • Common Core - 2nd Grade Reading - Sight Words Vol. 1

    This first in a series of Common Core programs teaches the sight words covered in weeks 1 through 9 of 2nd Grade, where kids learn words such as "laugh," "together," "never," "about," "myself," etc.  Join young host Marisa, who explains what sight words are, and enthusiastically presents each wor...

  • Common Core-Kindergarten Reading-Analyzing Unknown Words with Common Affixes

    This program meets Common Core kindergarten reading standards and improves reading comprehension by giving young readers the tools to break apart words to discover their meaning. What are root words, prefixes and suffixes?  What are the most common prefixes and suffixes?  What are their meanings?...

  • Preschool Prep - Alphabet Around The Globe

    In this program, journey around the globe with ten-year-old, animated character Emily, as she presents iconic landmarks from A to Z!   Each upper-case letter of the alphabet gets presented several times then linked to a corresponding landmark, which makes mastering the alphabet fun and fosters an...

  • Start Smart - Fire Safety and You - Prevent, Prepare, Survive! - Grades 2 - 6

    In this program, get pro-active about fire prevention and preparedness.  What can you do to be ready in case there is a fire in your home?  What do you need to remember to escape from a burning building?  What can you do to prevent fires from starting in your home?  What is the fire triangle?  Wh...

  • Social Studies Kids - Exploring Your Community and its Workers - Grades 1 - 3

    In this program, explore your community and its workers . What is a community?  Who sets the rules, keeps people and animals safe and healthy, maintains infrastructure and keeps everything running in a community?  The answers to all of this are covered in depth with detailed graphics, diagrams an...

  • Common Core - Kindergarten Reading - Phonological Awareness Vol. 2

    This program meets Common Core kindergarten reading standards and builds upon the concepts of phonological awareness introduced in volume 1.  Kids will demonstrate greater understanding of spoken words, syllables, and sounds (phonemes), sound out three letter words that follow a pattern, with vow...

  • Common Core - 1st Grade Reading - High-Frequency Nouns Vol. 4

    This fourth in a series of Common Core programs teaches the high-frequency nouns covered in weeks 28 through 36 of 1st Grade, where kids learn nouns, such as "good-bye," "ground," "squirrel," "party," "stick," etc.  Join young host Julianna, who explains what high-frequency nouns are, and enthusi...

  • Common Core - Kindergarten Learning - Geometry - Learning Shapes Vol. 2

    This program meets all of the Common Core kindergarten standards for geometry and builds upon the concepts introduced in Volume 1.  Kids will learn how to identify shapes, both 2D and 3D, and understand the differences.  They will understand how smaller shapes can be combined to make new ones.   ...

  • Common Core - 1st Grade Math - Addition and Subtraction Equations

    In this program, learn about addition and subtraction equations.  Common Core 1st Grade requirements on this subject are introduced, beginning with a review of the symbols for addition, subtraction and equal to.  How do we know if equations are true?  What are the Commutative and Associative Prop...

  • History Kids -Constitutional Amendments 1-5

    In this program, explore Constitutional Amendments 1 through 5 and understand why the Bill of Rights was a necessary addition to the Constitution.  Detailed explanations of the amendments are presented with landmark cases and an analysis of each amendment's present day relevance.  Detailed graphi...

  • Common Core - Kindergarten Math - Geometry - Learning Shapes Vol. 1

    This program meets all of the Common Core kindergarten standards for Geometry.  Kids will learn how to identify shapes, both 2D and 3D, and understand the differences. Shapes are then related to everyday objects to be able to identify shapes in the world around us.  Graphics, animation and on-scr...

  • Common Core - Kindergarten Reading - Phonological Awareness Vol. 1

    This program meets Common Core kindergarten reading standards as it introduces phonological awareness.  Kids will demonstrate greater understanding of spoken words, syllables, and sounds (phonemes), recognize and produce rhyming words, count, pronounce, blend, and segment syllables in spoken word...

  • Common Core - 1st Grade Reading - High-Frequency Nouns Vol. 3

    This third in a series of Common Core programs teaches the high-frequency nouns covered in weeks 19 through 27 of 1st Grade, where kids learn nouns, such as "sister," "brother," "bread," "garden," etc.  Join young host Julianna, who explains what high-frequency nouns are, and enthusiastically pre...

  • Science Kids - Human Impact on Earth's Systems and Global Warming

    In this program, discover how human-driven activities have led to changes in animal populations and ecosystems, an increase in air pollution, a depletion of the ozone layer and global climate change.   Learn what we can do to reduce the impact on Earth's systems.  On-screen, multiple-choice revie...

  • Common Core - Kindergarten Math - Counting and Comparing Numbers

    This program meets all of the Common Core kindergarten math standards for counting and comparing numbers. Identify whether the number of objects in one group is greater than, less than, or equal to the number of objects in another group by using matching and counting strategies.  Compare two num...

  • Common Core - 1st Grade Math - Telling and Writing Time

    In this program, animated character Tick Tock takes us on a journey through time...telling time, that is!  Learn how to tell and write time in hours and half-hours, using the term "o'clock", on both analog and digital clocks.  The differences between the "big hand" and "little hand" are explained...

  • History Kids - The Louisiana Purchase

    In this program, understand all of the events and people integral to the Louisiana Purchase, from the historical context and background that led to the deal to the details of how the purchase was brilliantly negotiated.  How did President Jefferson and Congress react to the Louisiana Purchase?  W...

  • History Kids - Native Americans of the Northeast

    In this program, learn all about the Native Americans of the Northeast.   What were the major Native-American tribes of the Northeast?  What types of clothing did they wear and why?  Explore the fascinating culture, lifestyle and history of the Iroquois, Pequot and Shawnee.  On-screen, multiple-c...

  • Common Core - Kindergarten Math - Measurement and Data

    This program meets Common Core kindergarten standards, as it introduces the basic concepts of measurement and data. Kids will learn how to: describe measurable attributes of objects, such as length or weight; specify several measurable attributes of a single object; directly compare two objects...

  • Common Core - 1st Grade Reading - High Frequency Nouns Vol. 2

    This second in a series of Common Core programs teaches the high-frequency nouns covered in weeks 10 through 18 of 1st Grade, where kids learn nouns, such as "flower," "children," "farmer," "letter," etc.  Join young host Julianna, who explains what high-frequency nouns are, and enthusiastically ...

  • Common Core - Kindergarten Reading - Phonics and Word Recognition

    This program meets all of the Common Core kindergarten standards.  Kids will: know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words both in isolation and in text; attain a basic knowledge of one-to-one letter-sound correspondences by producing the primary sounds or many of...

  • History Kids - Ellis Island and the Immigration Process

    In this program, learn all about immigration and the historical significance of Ellis Island to the immigration process. What is an immigrant? What were the reasons immigrants left their homelands? What was the travel experience of an immigrant in the 1880’s -1900s’? What was an immigrant’s e...

  • Preschool Prep - Alphabet In Outer Space

    Give your child the Preschool Prep advantage with this fact-filled, outer-space adventure through the alphabet from A to Z. While reaffirming your child's grasp of the alphabet, this program will inform and inspire on everything beyond our world, from asteroids to the Hubble telescope to our las...

  • Start Smart - Me My Selfie And I - Protecting My Digital Self - Grades 7 - 9

    Explore the safety procedures that you can implement immediately to protect yourself and your reputation online.  From posting pictures of someone without their approval to sexting, you will learn the potential hazards and long-term ramifications of hitting "send."  Why is internet safety importa...

  • Science Kids - Plate Tectonics

    Learn about pangaea and the continental drift theory.  What evidence supports it?  What are tectonic plates?  What are the differences between convergent, divergent and transform boundaries?  Find out, with the help of detailed graphics, diagrams and exciting video.  On-screen, multiple-choice re...

  • History Kids - Katherine Johnson

    Explore the incredible life and accomplishments of NASA's Katherine Johnson, nicknamed the "Human Computer."  Understand her major contributions to the United States space program as a physicist, space scientist and mathematician and appreciate her remarkable legacy.   This program features detai...

  • History Kids - Running for President

    Learn all about the presidential election process and see the 2016 candidates, such as Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, Donald Trump, and Ted Cruz, that are pursuing the highest office in the land.  What are the United States constitutional requirements for a presidential candidate?  What are the...

  • Common Core - Kindergarten Reading - Print Concepts

    This program meets Common Core kindergarten standards as it introduces young children to the basic concepts of print. It teaches new readers directionality, the way to read words from left to right, top to bottom, and page by page through any given book. It further fosters phonological awarenes...

  • Start Smart - Bullying and What You Can Do! - Grades 3 - 8

    Students will learn all about bullying behaviors and proven prevention strategies. The show helps students identify warning signs, implement open communication, find the appropriate support, and model kindness and respect. An accessible and relatable peer host provides encouragement and instill...

  • History Kids - Amelia Earhart

    Students will learn all about Amelia Earhart. What was Amelia like as a child? What important influences in her life ignited her passion for planes and flying? What were her major accomplishments and historic flights? The answers to all of this are covered in depth with detailed graphics, di...

  • History Kids - State Government

    Students will learn all about state government. Where do the states get their powers? How are state governments structured? What are the powers and responsibilities associated with each part of state government? How can voters become involved in limiting the power of the state government? Th...

  • History Kids - City Government

    Students will learn all about why cities exist and where they get their powers, what the two most common forms of city government in the United States are, and who is involved in the different types of city government. Students will also learn how city officials get their jobs and what powers th...

  • History Kids - 3 Branches of Government

    Learn all about the U.S. government. Realize why the writers of the U.S. Constitution created our government to include three governing branches: The Legislative Branch, The Executive Branch and The Judicial Branch. Furthermore, understand who is involved in each of the three governing branche...

  • History Kids - How a Bill Becomes a Law

    Learn what a bill is and how the process of a bill becoming a law gets started. An energetic, on-screen host suggests creating a bill yourself to save and protect your favorite, hometown park from being turned into a shopping mall. Follow along step by step, as your bill goes through the multi...

  • History Kids - Benjamin Franklin

    Students will learn all about Benjamin Franklin's life as a printer, writer, scientist, inventor and Founding Father. From discovering electricity to helping shape our country, Franklin has had a major impact on our technology and our government. Students will come to understand why Franklin i...

  • History Kids - Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott

    Learn all about Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott.  Understand what influenced Rosa's working years, why she was arrested, what the Montgomery Bus Boycott was, what the Supreme Court ruling pertaining to segregation on public buses achieved, what Rosa accomplished in her later years and h...

  • History Kids - Selma to Montgomery - Marching with Martin Luther King, Jr.

    Discover what led to the civil rights protests in Selma, Alabama in 1965. What were the events of Bloody Sunday? What did Martin Luther King, Jr. do in its aftermath?  How did the official march from Selma to Montgomery on March 21, 1965 unfold?  What were the effects of this march?  The answers ...

  • Preschool Prep - Counting Around the Zoo

    Join young host Kristin as she takes you on a counting adventure around the zoo from 1 to 20! Light-hearted, kid-friendly illustrations depict silly zoo animals doing outlandish activities that make counting them all the more fun. A fast-paced review and follow-up quiz reinforce the content and...

  • Preschool Prep - Counting around the Aquarium

    Join young host Kristin as she takes you on a counting adventure around the aquarium from 1 to 20! Light-hearted, kid-friendly illustrations depict silly sea creatures doing outlandish activities that make counting them all the more fun. A fast-paced review and follow-up quiz reinforce the cont...

  • 6th Grade Reading - Context Clues

    In this program, learn how to navigate 6th-grade-level reading by utilizing context clues that allow you to deduce word meaning without having to frequently stop and look up words in the dictionary, especially when one is not available. What are context clues? How do context clues help with rea...

  • Art History Kids - The Impressionists - Monet & Renoir

    In this program, learn all about Impressionism. What are the characteristics of Impressionism? During what time period did the Impressionists paint? Who were the major Impressionist painters? What were the major life events and significant works of Claude Monet and Pierre Renoir? Detailed gr...

  • Great Careers How to become a Doctor

    Introducing a brand-new series that introduces kids to possible career choices, giving them a comprehensive look at what it takes to become successful in that particular field. In this program, learn about the medical profession and understand the prerequisites for becoming a viable medical scho...

  • Alphabet Colors from A - Z

    In this program, learn both the alphabet and your colors as you journey through the alphabet from A to Z! Light-hearted, kid-friendly illustrations depict silly images that highlight the particular letter and corresponding color being taught. A fast-paced review and follow-up quiz reinforce the...

  • Great Authors - Dr. Seuss

    Introducing a brand-new series that presents great authors that are integral to school literature requirements. In this program, meet author Ted Geisel better known by his pen name "Dr. Seuss." What were the significant events of Ted Geisel’s life? What are the unique literary elements of Dr. ...

  • Preschool Prep - Learning the Alphabet - Historical Men and Women from A to Z

    Learn both the alphabet and history with young, animated character Alex, as he explores historical men and women from A to Z! Each upper-case letter of the alphabet gets presented several times then linked to a corresponding person and his or her major achievement, which makes mastering the alp...

  • Preschool Prep - Alphabet and Things That Go from A - Z

    In this program, join young host Kristin as she introduces you to each letter of the alphabet and things that go from A to Z! Light-hearted, kid-friendly illustrations depict everything from an awesome airplane to a revved-up racecar, all while you're learning your upper-case letters. Each uppe...

  • Common Core - 4th Grade Language - Synonyms, Antonyms, Homonyms and Idioms

    This program meets Common Core 4th grade language standards by introducing and differentiating between synonyms, antonyms, homonyms and idioms. What are synonyms and antonyms? Why do writers use them? What are homonyms, and how can writers let their readers be aware of what word is being used?...

  • History Kids - Frederick Douglass

    In this program, learn all about Frederick Douglass' early life, life in Baltimore, life in the North, life during the Civil War, later life, social impact and lasting, national legacy. His noteworthy quotes are recounted by "Frederick" himself. Detailed graphics, diagrams, and exciting video, ...

  • History Kids - Eleanor Roosevelt

    In this program, learn all about the amazing life of Eleanor Roosevelt. What were the significant events of Eleanor’s early life with Franklin Delano Roosevelt, her major contributions during her tenure as First Lady, and the accomplishments in her later years? What is Eleanor Roosevelt’s legac...

  • History Kids - Isaac Newton

    In this program, learn all about the life of Sir Isaac Newton and his major contributions to science. What were the significant events of Isaac Newton’s early life? What were his major discoveries? Who were Isaac Newton’s rivals and friends? What were the significant events of his later years...

  • Science Kids - Chemistry - Mixtures, Solutions Evaporation, Distillation

    In this program, the basics of chemistry are introduced with a focus on 5th grade curriculum guidelines. What is a mixture? What are the different types of mixtures? What is a solution? What are evaporation, distillation and chromatography and how are each used to separate mixtures? The answ...

  • Science Kids - Invertebrates - Sponges, Worms, Mollusks, Arthropods, Echinoderms

    In this program, learn all about invertebrates. What are the major characteristics of invertebrates? What are sponges, worms, mollusks, arthropods and echinoderms? How are they all uniquely different? The answers to all of these questions and many more are covered in depth with detailed graph...

  • Science Kids - Introduction to the Periodic Table

    In this program, learn all about the history and importance of the Periodic Table. What is the Periodic Table? Why is it vital to scientists? How is the Periodic Table organized and utilized? What are atoms, protons and neutrons? The answers to these questions and many more are covered with ...

  • Science Kids - The Fossil Record - Paleozoic, Mesozoic, Cenozoic Eras

    In this program, learn all about the history of life as documented by fossils. What is the fossil record? How can it be used as evidence of evolution? What are the various types of fossils? What are the Paleozoic, Mesozoic and Cenozoic Eras? The answers to these questions and many more are c...

  • Core Curriculum - Marie Curie

    Introducing a brand-new series that covers core curriculum topics in all academic areas. Developed by a science curriculum writer, this program explores the incredible achievements of female pioneer and scientist Marie Curie. What were the significant events of Marie Curie’s early life? What w...

  • Preschool Prep - Alphabet Kitchen

    In this program, join young host Kristin as she introduces you to each letter of the alphabet and things you find in a kitchen from A to Z! Light-hearted, kid-friendly illustrations depict various kitchen items and cooking equipment, all while learning upper-case letters. Each upper-case lette...

  • Core Curriculum - The Olmec Civilization

    Introducing a brand-new series that covers core curriculum topics in all academic areas. Developed by a history curriculum writer, this program explores the Olmec Civilization. Where was the Olmec civilization located? What were the Olmec cities like? What were the religious/spiritual practic...

  • Preschool Prep - Alphabet Sports and Activities From A-Z

    In this program, join young host Kristin as she introduces you to each letter of the alphabet and popular sports and activities from A to Z! Light-hearted, kid-friendly illustrations depict various sports and athletic interests, all while learning upper-case letters. Each upper-case letter of ...

  • Great Authors - Charles Dickens

    Introducing a brand-new series that presents great authors that are integral to school literature requirements. In this program, meet Charles Dickens. What were the significant events of Charles Dickens' life? What are Dickens' major works? What makes his work unique? What are some examples ...

  • Preschool Prep - Alphabet Anatomy From A-Z

    In this program, join young host Kristin as she introduces you to each letter of the alphabet and the human body from A to Z! Light-hearted, kid-friendly illustrations depict various parts of the human body, all while learning upper-case letters. Each upper-case letter of the alphabet gets pre...

  • Core Curiculum - Early Chinese Civilization

    Introducing a brand-new series that covers core curriculum topics in all academic areas. Developed by a history curriculum writer, this program explores early Chinese civilization. Who was the first emperor of China? What is the history of the Han Dynasty? What were the significant contributi...

  • Great Authors - E.B. White

    Introducing a brand-new series that presents great authors that are integral to school literature requirements. In this program, meet E.B. White. What were the significant events of E.B. White's life? What are E.B. White's major works? What makes his work unique? What are some examples of Wh...

  • Great Authors - Roald Dahl

    Introducing a brand-new series that presents great authors that are integral to school literature requirements. In this program, meet Roald Dahl. What were the significant events of Roald Dahl’s life? What are Roald Dahl’s major works? What makes his work unique? What are some examples of Da...

  • Core Curriculum - Samuel Morse

    Introducing a brand-new series that covers core curriculum topics in all academic areas. Developed from a history curriculum writer, this program explores the important achievements of Samuel Morse. What event inspired Morse to invent the telegraph? Why did he develop the Morse Code, and how d...

  • Core Curriculum - Thomas Edison

    Introducing a brand-new series that covers core curriculum topics in all academic areas. Developed from a history curriculum writer, this program explores the important achievements of Thomas Alva Edison. What were the significant events of Edison's early life? What were Edison's most notable i...

  • History Kids - Paul Revere

    Separate man from myth as you learn the true story of Paul Revere. What were the significant events of Paul Revere’s early life? How did Paul Revere become involved in the revolutionary movement? What were the events of Revere’s ride to Lexington on April 18-19, 1775? What did Revere do durin...

  • History Kids - Martin Luther King Jr

    Learn all about Martin Luther King, Jr. as a pioneering force for racial equality and non-violent protest. What were the significant events of MLK's early years? What was MLK's role in the Montgomery Bus Boycott? What was the Birmingham March? What was the March on Washington? What was MLK's...

  • Preschool Prep - Alphabet Around The Museum

    Join young host Kristin as she introduces you to each letter of the alphabet and museum artwork from A to Z! Light-hearted, kid-friendly illustrations depict famous works of art, artists and things you will find in museums across the globe, all while learning upper-case letters. Each upper-cas...

  • Preschool Prep - Alphabet And Geography From A-Z

    Join young host Kristin as she takes you on an amazing journey around the globe and through the alphabet from A to Z! Light-hearted, kid-friendly illustrations depict famous geographical locations, all while learning upper-case letters. Each upper-case letter of the alphabet gets presented sev...

  • Start Smart - School Violence - Prevent Prepare Prevail - Grades 4 - 9

    Learn all about how to prevent, prepare for and to prevail over school violence. What is a direct threat? What is an indirect threat? What are the warning signs of school violence? What steps can students take to create and maintain a safe school environment? The answers to all of these ques...

  • Preschool Prep - Alphabet And Cool Jobs From A-Z

    Join young host Kristin as she explores some of the coolest jobs from letter A to Z! Through light-hearted, kid-friendly illustrations, you will learn upper-case letters and understand the wide variety of jobs grown-ups have in the world. Each upper-case letter of the alphabet gets presented se...

  • Science Kids Rocks, Minerals, and Geology

    Learn all about rocks, minerals and geology. What are the similarities and differences between rocks and minerals? What are the properties used by scientists to identify minerals? What are the environmental conditions during the formation of sedimentary, igneous and metamorphic rocks? What ar...

  • History Kids - The Executive Branch

    Learn all about the executive branch of the United States government. How was the executive branch of government established? What are the powers of the President of the United States? Who may become President of the United States? Who are the other members of the executive branch of governme...

  • History Kids - Charles Lindbergh

    Learn all about the incredible contributions Charles Lindbergh made to aviation. What were the significant events of Charles Lindbergh’s early years? What was the Spirit of St. Louis? What were the noteworthy events of Lindbergh’s life after his historic transatlantic flight and in his later y...

  • History Kids - Sacagawea

    Learn all about Sacagawea. What were the major events of Sacagawea’s early life? What was the Louisiana Purchase? What was the Lewis and Clark expedition? What were Sacagawea’s contributions to the Lewis and Clark expedition? The answers to all of these questions are covered in depth with de...

  • Science Kids - Biodiversity

    Learn all about biodiversity. What is biodiversity? What are the three types or levels of biodiversity? Why is biodiversity important? Why is biodiversity declining in some areas? The answers to all of these questions are covered in depth with detailed graphics, diagrams and exciting video. ...

  • Holiday Kids - All About Halloween

    Kids learn all about the origins of Halloween and how, as young people, it is a time to celebrate with decorations, costumes and candy! What is the history of Halloween? What is the history of Halloween in the United States? What are the traditions of Halloween? How is the holiday celebrated ...

  • Common Core 2nd Grade Reading - Sight Words Vol. 6

    This sixth in a series of Common Core programs teaches additional sight words covered in weeks 19 - 27 of 2nd Grade, where kids learn words such as "large," "turned," "example", "different," "beginning" etc. Join young host Marisa, who explains what sight words are, and enthusiastically presents...

  • Science Kids - Camouflage in Animals, Insects & Plants

    Learn all about camouflage in animals, reptiles, insects and plants. Why is camouflage necessary in nature? What are the four basic types of camouflage? The answers to these questions are covered with detailed graphics, diagrams and exciting video, as well as on-screen, multiple-choice reviews...

  • History Kids - The Great Depression

    Learn all about the Great Depression. How did the Great Depression begin? What happened in the United States during the Great Depression? What was the New Deal? How did the Great Depression end? The answers to all of these questions are covered with detailed graphics, diagrams, and exciting ...

  • History Kids - Constitutional Amendments 25-27

    Explore the final Constitutional Amendments 25 through 27, review the previous amendments covered in this series, and understand why the Bill of Rights was a necessary addition to the Constitution.  Detailed explanations of the amendments are presented with landmark cases and an analysis of each ...

  • History Kids - Major Events of The Revolutionary War

    Learn all about the major events of The Revolutionary War. What ignited the first battle? What was the Second Continental Congress? What are the Declaration of Independence and Articles of Confederation? What was the turning point in the war? How did it end? The answers to all of these ques...

  • History Kids - The Judicial Branch

    Learn all about the judicial branch of the United States government. How was the judicial branch established? What is the structure of the judicial branch? How are members of the judicial branch chosen and how was that process altered with the appointment of Justice Neil Gorsuch in 2017? What...

  • History Kids - The Legislative Branch

    Learn all about the legislative branch of the United States government. Where does the legislative branch of government get its authority? What is the House of Representatives? What is the Senate? What powers does the legislative branch of government have? What powers are specific to the Hou...

  • Preschool Prep - Alphabet Around the Supermarket

    Join young host Kristin as she takes you on a fun-filled adventure through the alphabet and through the supermarket.  Each upper-case letter of the alphabet gets presented slowly, several times with large, easy-to-read graphics.  Each letter then gets linked to a corresponding item found at the m...

  • History Kids - The Wright Brothers

    Learn all about the incredible contributions the Wright Brothers made to aviation. What were the significant events of the Wright Brothers’ early years? What was the significance of the first glider the brothers built? What improvements did they make to their glider? What was the significance...

  • Start Smart - Just For Boys - All About Puberty - Grades 5 - 9

    This program is especially designed to appropriately introduce preteen boys to the many changes to their bodies that accompany adolescence. Boys will learn about the physical, social and emotional changes that come with puberty. Young host Aidan explains to viewers that sometimes puberty can be...

  • Holiday Kids - All About New Year's

    Kids learn all about the origins of New Year's. What is the history of the calendar? How is New Year's celebrated around the world? What are some U.S. New Year's traditions and customs? The answers to all of these questions are covered in a fun, kid-friendly style with detailed graphics, diag...

  • Holiday Kids - All About Hanukkah

    Kids learn all about the origins of Hanukkah. What is Hanukkah? What is the history of Hanukkah? What are the major symbols of Hanukkah? What is a menorah? What foods are eaten during Hanukkah? When does Hanukkah occur each year? The answers to all of these questions are covered in a fun, ...

  • Holiday Kids - All About Christmas

    Kids learn all about the origins of Christmas. What is the winter solstice? What is the history of the Christmas holiday? What is the history of popular Christmas customs and traditions? The answers to all of these questions are covered in a fun, kid-friendly style with detailed graphics, dia...

  • Holiday Kids - All About Thanksgiving

    Kids learn all about the origins of Thanksgiving and how, as young people, it is a time to celebrate with family and food and to reflect on all of what we have for which to be thankful. What were the Mayflower and the Plymouth settlement? How did the first Thanksgiving come to be? How did Than...

  • History Kids - Causes of the Civil War

    Learn about the causes of the Civil War. What were the events that triggered the start of the Civil War? What was the Missouri Compromise? What was Nat Turner’s rebellion? What was the Fugitive Slave Act? What was Uncle Tom’s Cabin? What was the Kansas Nebraska Act? What was the Dred Scott...

  • Writing Kids - How to Write a Book Report - Grades 4 - 6

    Learn how to write a great book report. What is theme? How is it different from the subject of a story? What goes into the introduction, body and conclusion of a book report? The answers to all of these questions are covered in depth with detailed graphics, diagrams and exciting video. On-sc...

  • History Kids - Alexander Graham Bell

    Before anyone uttered the words, "Can you hear me now?", into their handheld, wireless devices, a chain of events occurred that led Alexander Graham Bell to invent the telephone on March 10th,1876. In this program, we will explore the significant events of Alexander Graham Bell's early life, the...

  • Start Smart - Understanding People with Disabilities - Grades 1 - 5

    Learn all about physical disabilities. What is a physical disability? What is an adaptive tool? What types of challenges does someone with a physical disability face? What are some common disabilities? What are the icons that indicate services are available for those with disabilities? The...

  • Pilates Kids - Chair Pilates - Study Break Workout Vol. 2

    In this second study break workout, refocus, energize, learn better, and have fun with this innovative program that teaches kids more simple breathing and exercise techniques that can mostly be performed while seated in a chair at a desk. Pilates utilizes small movements of core muscles that sti...

  • Social Studies Kids - All About The United Nations - Grades 5 - 9

    Learn all about the United Nations. How did the United Nations get started? How does the United Nations work and operate in the world today? What is the Model United Nations? The answers to all of these questions are covered with detailed graphics, diagrams, and exciting video, as well as on...

  • Writing Kids - Academic Essay Writing for Beginners - Grades 4 - 8

    Learn how to write an outstanding academic essay from start to finish. What is a thesis? What is the purpose of the introduction? How do you develop the body of an essay? What is the purpose of the conclusion? The answers to all of these questions are covered with detailed graphics, diagrams...

  • Start Smart - Cigarettes, E-cigarettes and Vaping-What You Need to Know - G: 5-9

    Get the facts about cigarettes, e-cigarettes and other sources of tobacco used by teens. Understand the marketing strategies used to entice young people into smoking and learn how to avoid becoming a smoking statistic. Detailed graphics, diagrams and exciting video, as well as on-screen, multip...

  • Start Smart - Puberty for Girls - Help! My Body's Changing - Grades 5 - 9

    Girls are taught all about the changes that happen to their bodies as they transition from child to adult. What is puberty? What are the physical changes associated with puberty? What is menstruation? What are the social and emotional changes associated with puberty? The answers to all of th...

  • Common Core 4th Grade Language - How to Order Adjectives

    This program meets Common Core 4th grade language standards by introducing and differentiating between a noun and an adjective. What is the correct order of adjectives in a sentence with more than one adjective modifying a single noun? When do we use commas between adjectives in a sentence? Th...

  • History Kids - Christopher Columbus

    Learn all about Christopher Columbus. What were the significant events of Columbus's early life? How did Columbus get the money to make his first voyage? What happened on Columbus's four voyages? What is Columbus's legacy? The answers to all of these questions are covered with detailed graph...

  • Literature Kids - Basic Literary Terms Vol. 7

    We continue exploring both the history and the essential components of poetry introduced in Volume 6. Understand alliteration, assonance, and consonance in connection to rhythm & meter and rhyme. Discover free verse as an artistic reaction against the poetry forms covered previously and as the ...

  • Start Smart - Food Advertising to Kids - Grades 1 - 5

    Learn all about the tricks used in food advertising and how to avoid falling for them.   What is advertising/food marketing?  Where might kids see advertising?  In what ways does food marketing contribute to childhood obesity?  What are the techniques used by advertisers to get kids to buy snack ...

  • Alphabet Around My Town - Important Places from A-Z

    Learn the alphabet with ten-year-old, animated character Alex, as he explores places around town from A to Z! Each upper-case letter of the alphabet gets presented several times then linked to a corresponding business, service or place in town along with a basic definition of the role it serves ...

  • History Kids - Constitutional Amendments 21 - 24

    Explore Constitutional Amendments 21 through 24 and understand why the Bill of Rights was a necessary addition to the Constitution. In-depth explanations of the amendments are presented with landmark cases and an analysis of each amendment's present day relevance. Detailed graphics, diagrams an...

  • History Kids - Causes of the Revolutionary War

    Learn all about the causes of the Revolutionary War, such as the French and Indian War, the taxes and laws imposed on colonists by the British government, the Intolerable Acts and the First Continental Congress. Detailed graphics, diagrams, and exciting video, as well as on-screen, multiple-choi...

  • Literature Kids - Basic Literary Terms - Vol 6 - Understanding Poetry

    Explore both the history and the essential components of poetry.  Understand how poets utilize rhythm and meter, and rhyme in various forms to achieve the desired effect.  Classic works of poetry are presented along with detailed graphics, engaging examples and exciting video.  On-screen, multipl...

  • Common Core 1st Grade Reading - Sight Words Volume 4

    Common Core 1st Grade Reading is a set of high-quality, nationally-accepted, academic standards in reading. This fourth in a series of programs covers weeks 28 through 36 of 1st Grade, where kids learn 22 sight words, such as "those," "these," "because," etc. Join young host Julianna, who exp...

  • Common Core 1st Grade High Frequency Nouns Volume 1

    This first in a series of Common Core programs covers the high-frequency nouns covered in weeks 1 through 9 of 1st Grade, where kids learn nouns, such as "horse," "water," "paper," etc. Join young host Julianna, who explains what high-frequency nouns are, and enthusiastically presents each wor...

  • Common Core 2nd Grade Reading - Sight Words - Volume 5

    This fifth in a series of Common Core programs teaches additional sight words covered in weeks 19 through 27 of 2nd Grade, where kids learn words such as "sentence," "next," "great," "through," etc. Join young host Kristin, who explains what sight words are, and enthusiastically presents each wo...

  • Common Core 1st Grade Reading - Sight Words Volume 3

    Common Core 1st Grade Reading is a set of high-quality, nationally-accepted, academic standards in reading. This third in a series of programs covers weeks 19 through 27 of 1st Grade, where kids learn 22 sight words, such as "around," "before," "write," etc. Join young host Julianna, who expl...

  • Common Core 1st Grade Reading - Sight Words Volume 2

    Common Core 1st Grade Reading is a set of high-quality, nationally-accepted, academic standards in reading.  These learning goals outline what a student should know and be able to do before entering 2nd grade.  This second in a series of programs covers weeks 10 through 18 of 1st Grade, where kid...

  • Common Core 1st Grade Reading - Sight Words Volume 1

    Common Core 1st Grade Reading is a set of high-quality, nationally-accepted, academic standards in reading.  These learning goals outline what a student should know and be able to do before entering 2nd grade.  This first in a series of programs covers weeks 1 through 9 of 1st Grade , where kids ...

  • Science Kids - All About the Circulatory System

    Learn all about the circulatory system with new, precise, yet easy-to-understand, definitions and explanations. What is the function of the circulatory system? What parts of the body make up the circulatory system? What are the parts of the heart and their function within the circulatory syste...

  • Science Kids - All About The Endocrine Systems

    Learn all about the endocrine system with new, precise, yet easy-to-understand, definitions and explanations. What is the function of the endocrine system? What are the major glands and their functions? What happens if the endocrine system is not working properly? The answers to all of these ...

  • Science Kids - All About Photosynthesis

    Learn all about photosynthesis with new, precise, yet easy-to-understand, definitions and explanations. What do plants need to make their own food? What is the process through which plants make their own food? And what is produced by plants during photosynthesis? The answers to all of these q...

  • Science Kids - All About The Human Skeletal and Muscular Systems

    Learn all about the human skeletal and muscular systems with new, precise, yet easy-to-understand, definitions and explanations. What are the main functions and components of the skeletal system? What are the types of bones in the skeletal system?  What are muscles?  What are the different type...

  • Start Smart - Underage Drinking - The Dangers You Need to Know - Grades 8 -12

    Teens learn how to navigate uncomfortable social situations and potential peer pressure when offered alcohol. What is alcohol? How is alcohol used in our society? How widespread is the problem of underage drinking? What are the consequences of underage drinking? How does alcohol affect the s...

  • Science Kids - All About Chemical Reactions

    Learn all about chemical reactions with new, precise, yet easy-to-understand, definitions and explanations.  What is the difference between a physical and chemical change in matter?  What are the parts of a chemical reaction?  How are chemical bonds affected in chemical reactions?  What changes i...

  • Science Kids - All About Genetics Dominant And Recessive Genes

    Learn all about genetics with new, precise, yet easy-to-understand, definitions and explanations. Why are certain traits either dominant or recessive? What are genes, DNA and chromosomes?  What is genetic inheritance?  The answers to all of these questions are covered in depth with detailed gra...

  • Alphabet Around the Mall from A-Z

    Learn the alphabet by identifying places and things you find at the mall! Enjoy light-hearted, kid-friendly illustrations, all while learning upper-case letters. Each upper-case letter of the alphabet gets presented several times then linked to a corresponding place or object at the mall which...

  • Counting Around the Supermarket from 1-20

    Journey to the supermarket on a counting adventure from 1 to 20! Count the number of oranges, pineapples, steaks and much more that you put into your shopping cart. This program teaches the important concept that numbers can be used to count and sort objects by grouping them and what better pla...

  • Alphabet Dogs from A to Z

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