Health/Phys. Ed.

Science (X) - Health/Phys. Ed. (X) - Primary (X)

Breakout Edu Kit

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The Breakout EDU kit includes everything you need to play over 350 games created for the classroom environment. The kit includes access to the new BreakoutEdu Platform to be used while using the kit.

Grade Level: 
Primary
Elementary
Middle
High
Professional
Content Area: 
ELA
Math
Social Studies
Science
Fine Arts
Health/Phys. Ed.
LOTE
Computer Science
Special Education
Family/Consumer Science
Business/Technology
ELL
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Other
Play Time: 
30 min.
Breakout Edu Kit

A - Z Overview

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Watch and learn how to explore career options from A to Z with the Lab Squad kids as they meet and interview career professionals.

Three Mile Island Cooling Towers

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In this Building Block video from Frontline: Nuclear Reaction, the four cooling towers at the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant dot the horizon at sunrise. Smoke billows from the two towers on the left. The Susquehanna River lies in the foreground.

Digestive System | Science Trek

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Your body needs food for energy, vitamins and minerals. But food needs to be broken down into a substance your body can use. That’s the job of your digestive system. Find out more on this episode of Science Trek.  Host Joan Cartan-Hansen and her guests, gastroenterologists Drs. Matt Sericati and Brian Story answer students’ questions.

States of Matter Fitness

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In this 3rd through 5th grade video, students use their science knowledge and apply it using physical activity! Learning about the stages of matter, solid, liquid and gas, students perform an exercise for each as the teacher calls out an object such as soup or fog. Students must identify each object's state of matter and perform the physical task associated with it. This lesson is great for focusing on cognitive and psychomotor skills.

Clear the Beach | The Odd Squad

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Learn about being a leader in this fun clip from the Odd Squad. Miss O and Olaf warn citizens about the impending rise of the Hydraclops and take action to protect the community.

Let's Look Inside Our Body | Everyday Learning

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Why do we have bones? What do they do? What are they called? This animated video shows how bones are important to everyday tasks and movements. The spine, rib cage, tibia, femur and skull are shown within a body shape. Various parts of the body are featured.

Count Your Senses! | The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!

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Senses are so exciting! In this short video from The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!, The Cat sings a song about all five of your senses. There are so many things to observe and discover, just by using our senses!

Becoming a Mosquito

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This video from Curious George introduces students to the life cycle of mosquitoes. The students in the video observe mosquitoes in their early stages of development—as larvae and pupae—in a typical breeding ground: a birdbath. They also have a chance to view adult mosquitoes under a microscope to learn which mosquito species are responsible for certain diseases.

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Healthy Snacks

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In this animated video segment adapted from the Eagle Books series produced by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Rain That Dances and his friends learn about snacks. Mr. Eagle and Miss Rabbit explain that healthy snacks should not contain a lot of sugar and that all snacks should be eaten in small amounts. They explore some snacks that could be eaten every day, such as apple slices, carrots, cherries, and water. Coyote tries to entice them with less healthy snacks, such as cookies, soda pop, and potato chips. These snacks are “sometimes” foods, meaning that they are okay only if eaten once in a while.

Odd Moment in History - Hofferville, 1904 | The Odd Squad

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Learn about problem solving in this fun clip from the Odd Squad. Olive recounts the time when a wall of oatmeal appeared in Hofferville.

The Heart: Blood Basics | Science Trek

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The heart’s job is to pump blood, so it’s important to know more about blood. Blood does more than just carry oxygen to your cells. The body’s circulatory system keeps you warm, carries away waste and helps you stay healthy. There's more to blood than you think.

Healthy Eating Habits

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In this animated video segment adapted from the Eagle Books series produced by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Mr. Eagle and Miss Rabbit discuss healthy eating with Rain That Dances and his friends Thunder Cloud, Simon, and Little Hummingbird. The children hear how Mother Earth grows plants for eating and learn about the many different kinds of fruits and vegetables. They discuss what they like to eat, and Miss Rabbit encourages them to try more fruits and vegetables to grow healthy and strong. She explains how they can eat fruits and vegetables at mealtimes as well as for snacks.

Tank's Baby Brother

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In this episode of Dinosaur Train, Tank Triceratops struggles with feeling ignored after his mother has a new baby. When Buddy, Tiny, and Tank play with some older Triceratops kids, Tank learns the perks of being a big brother.

Between the Lions - Letter Bit: Vegetables

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Learn the words for various vegetables with real kids, in this video segment from the Between the Lions episode "A Birthday for Cow!"

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