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Discover alongside your students why the moon turns red during a total lunar eclipse (and no, it’s not because of ghosts!)
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On October 17, 1933, Albert Einstein moved to the United States after fleeing Nazi Germany. Take a peek inside Einstein's genius mind to see how his conceptions of gravity and acceleration developed from a simple thought experiment.
PBS LearningMedia: PBS LearningMedia New York Edition
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These videos explain math topics taught in PK-Grade 4 Common Core curricula.
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Kids in Motion
Get your K-5 students moving with this collection of videos from WSKG.
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PBS Digital Innovators
Calling all classroom changemakers: Are you a PBS Digital Innovator? Learn who the PBS Digital Innovator class of 2017 are and more about the community!