Free Curriculum Video Supplement

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Free Curriculum Video Supplement

Postby JA61611 » Fri Oct 02, 2009 11:32 am

It's not a stand-alone curriculum, but I thought I would point out that had some 50-minute live-action videos posted that deal with figures from history -- Galileo, Einstein, Rembrandt...

The site is a little tough to navigate, but the videos look appropriate for mid- to late-elementary, and maybe into early junior high. They seem to all follow the same format -- having a fictional kid being paired with the real-life inventor/artist/genius. I haven't personally seen all of the videos, but think I can recommend what I've seen of the site so far.

On the homepage, scroll down to the "All Show Access" section, and skip to page 3. Unless you're in the mood for cartoons! :lol: And did I mention it's FREE?

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Free Videos On American History And Constitution

Postby romacox » Thu May 19, 2011 7:07 am

Judge Napolitano, a Constitutional Attorney, has a series of free videos as follows:

He explains the Constitution at the following link:

He explains the History Of American Freedoms at this link:

All very good, and free as well

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