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Line Graphs
From YouTube, produced by yourteacher.com
In this video episode students learn that a line graph is used to show change over time (such as the change in the population of a town over time), and the points on a line graph are plotted like the points on a coordinate grid.
Found by grazianione in 1.MD.C.4
January 27, 2010 at 02:54 PM
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Ages: 6 - 17
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The Berenstain Bears - The Haunted Lighthouse-Part 1 of 2
From YouTube, produced by PBS
In this video The Berenstain Bears visit a lighthouse they said is haunted. Brother Bear and Sister Bear learn about the importance of lighthouses and they become detectives. These videos make a great teacher resource as it helps book characters come... [more]
Found by porter1526 in RL.1.1
January 12, 2011 at 10:03 PM
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Ages: 6 - 17
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The Berenstain Bears - The Haunted Lighthouse-Part 1 of 2
From YouTube, produced by PBS
In this video The Berenstain Bears visit a lighthouse they said is haunted. Brother Bear and Sister Bear learn about the importance of lighthouses and they become detectives. These videos make a great teacher resource as it helps book characters come... [more]
Found by porter1526 in RL.1.3
January 12, 2011 at 10:03 PM
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Ages: 9 - 18
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Chatterton Helping Hands: Measurement Using a Metric Ruler
From YouTube, produced by Chatterton Helping Hands
NOTE: This video repeats itself 3 times.  You can stop it after you notice it has repeated itself; it goes over the same thing, but does differentiate how the camera films what is being shown.  This video does a great job of showing how to measure se... [more]
Found by grazianione in 1.MD.A.1
January 27, 2010 at 02:28 PM
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Ages: 5 - 10
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"I" Vowel Sounds in Rip and Ripe
From YouTube, produced by Between the Lions
In this cartoon video from "Between the Lions," the vowels are going to boot camp. Each vowel ("a", "e", "i", "o", "u", and "y") is dressed in military gear. The drill sergeant calls out "i" and asks for his short and long sound. Then, the video demo... [more]
Found by CKR11 in RF.1.3c
July 28, 2009 at 10:15 AM
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