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4/6/2015 to 5/17/2015

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  • Dr. Seuss Writes The Cat in the Hat

    Celebrate Read Across America by learning more about America’s best-loved children’s book author. This production from Ambrose Video looks at how Dr. Seuss combined humorous drawings and clever rhymes to help children learn to read.

  • How to Use Coordinating Conjunctions

    Students will discover how to link two complete thoughts using coordinating conjunctions in this video produced by Kornhaber Brown. This segment is part of eMediaVA’s recently published “No Nonsense Grammar” video series.

  • Women’s Suffrage

    March is Women’s History Month and these primary source documents can be used to support lessons related to women’s suffrage. The Library of Congress collection includes images, song sheets, articles, statistical documents, political cartoons, and sound files.

  • Pi

    Pi Day is coming up on March 14. Helping your students remember the digits of pi can be a piece of pie with this musical video created by the Science Museum of Virginia.

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