April 28 | Grades 4–8

Tuesday on Arizona PBS

8:00 a.m. Nova: Inside the Megafire
Inside the Megafire: Scientists investigate what was behind the deadly mega fires that swept through California in 2018 – video

9:00 a.m. History Detectives: Bob Dylan Electric Fender Stratocaster/Beatles Autographs
PBS Newshour: 8 Things You Didn’t Know About the Electric Guitar – Background Reading and Image
Antiques Roadshow: Appraisal, 1965 Beatles Autographs – Video

Bob Dylan plays a Fender Stratocaster electric guitar for the first time on stage as he performs at the Newport Folk Festival with guitarist Mike Bloomfield on July 25, 1965 in Newport, Rhode Island. | From PBS NewsHour/Alice Ochs/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images

10:00 a.m. The Great Yellowstone Thaw: PT. 1/3 Winter
The Great Yellowstone Thaw: Winter – Take A Closer Look, Photos
Inspiration from Hibernation – Printable Activity
Inspiration from Hibernation – Discussion Questions

11:00 a.m. Independent Lens: Hottest August
Build a Cleaner Battery – Activity
NOVA: Why Was 2017’s Hurricane Season So Intense? – Background Reading
PBS Newshour: California Struggles to Breathe After Year of Climate-Fueled Wildfires – Background Reading

12:00 p.m. Nova: Inside the Megafire
Could the Deadliest Wildfire in U.S. History Become the New Norm? – Background Reading
Frontline: Camp Fire, By the Numbers – Background Reading

A fire burns | Still from Frontline’s “Fire in Paradise.”

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