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Here are new videoconferences from New Links to New Learning favorite content providers LEARNnco in Ohio and the Lee Richardson Zoo in Kansas. All are by request only.
Earthquakes and Volcanoes – by LEARNnco
Earthquakes and Volcanoes have been “shaking and baking” the Earth since the beginning of the planet. Your classroom will learn more about two of Nature’s most powerful forces through LEARNnco’s Earthquakes & Volcanoes.
Audience: Education: Grade(s): 3-10
Space Science – by LEARNnco
Movies and television often depict Space as an easy place to visit. Engaging students in hands on activities, Space Science will give them an understanding of the difficulties, dangers, and expense of Space and Space survival.
Audience: Education: Kindergarten, Grade(s): 1-12
From Lee Richardson Zoo:
Ready…Set…Recycle! – by Lee Richardson Zoo
Where does our trash go when we throw it away? Animals are helping us out behind-the-scenes. Join us as we discover what happens to trash once it leaves our hands and what we can do to help make our environment a healthier place for everyone to live!
Audience: Education: Grade(s): 2-8
The Animals of “The Mitten” by Jan Brett – by Lee Richardson Zoo
Based off the Ukrainian folk tale adapted and illustrated by Jan Brett, this program will look at some of the animals that find shelter and warmth in the lost mitten of young Nicki. Students will learn why the animals wanted in the mitten, and how animals…
Audience: Education: Pre-K Students- 1st grade