April 30 | Grades 4–8

Thursday on Arizona PBS

8:00 a.m. Nova: Killer Floods

Flood: Farming and Erosion – Background Essay
Flood: Farming and Erosion – Discussion Questions


9:00 a.m. History Detectives: Picture Frame/Woolworth Signs/Toy Soldiers

The Nashville Sit-Ins – Video
Diane Nash and the Sit-Ins – Video, Discussion Questions and Background Reading

Segregated restaurants were common in the South | Still from “The Nashville Sit-Ins – John Lewis: Get in the Way” PBS LearningMedia

10:00 a.m. The Great Yellowstone Thaw: PT. 3/3 Summer

Painting the Falls of Yellowstone: How ART Saved Yellowstone – Video
Rescuing and Relocating Beavers – Video, Discussion Questions, Background Essay and Teaching Tips
Beaver Vocabulary – Printable Activity


11:00 a.m. H2O: The Molecule That Made Us/Flow

Science Trek, Compounds: Compound Basics – Media Gallery
PBS Newshour: See how a historic drought has changed California’s landscape – Article
PBS Newshour Extra: In the California Drought, What Is My Role? – Activity 
How the Owens Valley Paiute Made The Desert Bloom- Article

Rocks trace the route of an ancient Paiute irrigation ditch. | Clarissa Wei

12:00 p.m. Nova: Killer Floods

Killer Floods: Ancient Waterfalls – Video and Teaching Tips
NOVA: Killer Floods – Webpage Images

Illustration of columns of a capitol building with text reading: Arizona PBS AZ Votes 2024

Arizona PBS presents candidate debates

Three main characters from mystery shows premiering this summer

It’s the Summer of Mystery!

Graphic with the words
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Psyche mission

Former President Donald Trump

Republican National Convention: Four nights of coverage

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