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Crash Course Kids

Crash Course Kids
Welcome to Crash Course Kids! We are extremely excited to announce this new channel from the creators of Crash Course. We'll be talking about 5th Grade Science to start, then adding in more subjects as the channel grows. We're so happy to have you along for the ride with us and can't wait to get started! You can expect to see videos every Tuesday and Thursday starting NEXT WEEK (3/2/15). You can follow us:Twitter: @crashcoursekidsTumblr: thecrashcourse CrashCourseKids Standards Check out the 5th grade NGSS standards that support each episode! Episode 1: 5-PS3-1 Episode 2: 5-PS3-1 Episode 3: 5-ESS3-1 Episode 4: 5-ESS3-1 Episode 5: 5-PS1-1 Episode 6: 5-PS1-1 Episode 7: 5-PS2-1 Episode 8: 5-PS2-1 Episode 9: 5-PS3-1 Episode 10: 5-PS3-1 Episode 11: 5-ESS2-1 Episode 12: 5-ESS2-1 Episode 13: 5-LS2-1 Episode 14: 5-LS2-1 Episode 15: 5-ESS1-2 Episode 16: 5-ESS1-2 Episode 17: 5-PS1-3 Episode 18: 5-PS1-3 Episode 19: 5-ESS2-1 Episode 20: 5-ESS2-1 Episode 21: 5-ESS1-2 Episode 22: 5-ESS1-2 Episode 23: 3-5-ETS1-1

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Academic Language - Science Academic language is the language used in instruction, textbooks and exams. Academic language differs in structure and vocabulary from language used in daily social interactions. Academic language includes a (1) common vocabulary used in all disciplines, as well as a (2) technical vocabulary inherent to each individual discipline. Academic English is based more upon Latin and Greek roots than is common spoken English. Storytimes, early literacy, parent education, staff training…it's all good. The weekend of March 4-5 a meme floated around Twitter: For every “like” on a tweet with that image, the poster would list one book. Any book. ANY book! Virginia Living Museum - Explore Plants and Animals of Virginia The Virginia Living Museum is home to more than 250 species of animals and plants found throughout Virginia including reptiles, mammals, birds and fish. With its rivers and waterfalls, mountains and sandy coast, Virginia has an array of wildlife ranging from the extremely rare red wolf to jellyfish. The Chesapeake Bay is the world’s richest marine-life estuary. Experience the Bay’s diversity year round at the VLM. Plus explore the underwater worlds of a steamy cypress swamp and a cool mountain stream. Most of the mammals and birds on exhibit could not survive in the wild because they were either injured, orphaned or born in captivity.

In a Nutshell How much time do you have left? Time makes sense in small pieces. But when you look at huge stretches of time, it's almost impossible to wrap your head around things. So we teamed up with the awesome blog "Wait but Why" and made this video to help you putting things in perspective with some infographics! This video has been a collaboration of KURZGESAGT & WAITBUTWHY! WAIT BUT WHY: AN AWESOME BLOG that shows you new perspectives on your life. What's Inside? The past 12 months our channel has gone from 200 subscribers to 1.2 million. We had days where we were the top growing channel in all of YouTube. Amazing considering this channel all started as a second grade science project.

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jillthompson - Science and Math Skip to main content You are not a member of this wiki. Join now Dismiss National Geographic Kids The National Geographic Kids channel is an exciting place to discover the very best of YouTube. Check back each day for a new video about awesome animals, cool science, funny pets, and more. We've also got curated playlists made just for curious kids like you to explore, laugh, and learn. ➡ Subscribe: About NatIonal Geographic Kids:The National Geographic Kids channel is an exciting place to discover the very best of YouTube. Check back each day for a new video about awesome animals, cool science, funny pets, and more. Environment - Teaching CLIL Greenhouse Effect and Solid Waste. Fotos tretes de: sustainableprocurement.net.au, unescap.org, xtec.es, ahorroenenergia.com, ecodiari.cat, psm-pollenca.balearweb.net,boemre.gov/mmskids/Energy/SavingEnergyatHome.htm. Secondary School: Institut Sabadell in collaboration with the UAB (Màster en Formació del Professorat de la Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona ).Teachers: Carles Moltó (Authorship), Almudena Herrera i Carlos Bardají (Student teachers).Coordinator: Elisabeth Eixarch (2010).

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