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Camp PBS LearningMedia

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Searching for art projects you can do at summer camp – or even in your own backyard with the kids? PBS LearningMedia has gathered some fun, exploratory resources you can use to plan summer fun.

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NOVA Gross Science

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Why don’t vultures get food poisoning? How far do sneezes travel? And can kangaroo farts cure global warming?

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Taxes and Smuggling: Prelude to the Revolution

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When we think about Independence Day, we naturally think of the American Revolution.

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Digital Parenting: Protecting and Empowering Kids

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Are parents overreacting to the potential dangers of the Internet? Or should they limit how long teens can stay online?

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Engineering Map of America

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Did you know that the Washington Monument is both the world's tallest stone structure and the world's tallest obelisk, standing 555 feet 5 1/8 inches?

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Why Do We Read?

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Why do we read? "Crash Course" has compiled a mini-series on the topic of literature, starting off with some thoughts on not only why we read, but HOW we read, and how we can learn to read critically.

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2016 Regents Review

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Regents Review is a series of test-prep programs for high school students who plan to take New York State Regents exams in the Spring of 2016.

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Homework Hotline Fall 2015 / Spring 2016

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Watch Mondays-Thursdays at 5:30pm | Homework Hotline is a live statewide call-in show where kids receive help with homework problems right on the air.

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Spring into the New York State Museum! School Vacation Week: Ice Age

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Wednesday, April 27, 2016 | All aboard the Dinosaur Train! Join WMHT and PBS for a Dinosaur Train craft to enhance your child’s learning of science. Play PBS Kids games on iPads and Kindles.

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Women in the 19th Century | Crash Course US History #16

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In the 19th Century, the United States was changing rapidly. Things were also in a state of flux for women.

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Creative Kids

Boy with a handmade dinosaur

Children love to create. That's a good thing too, because creative kids can reap enormous benefits. From exploring textures to building models in 3-D, find out what your child's creative abilities might be.  Creative Kids.