June 1 | Grades 4–8

Monday on Arizona PBS

6:30 a.m. National Memorial Day Concert 2020 (US History)

Soldiers, Veterans, and War in American Life – Collection

Vietnam Veterans Memorial – Collection

Wall of Remembrance – Video

The History of Memorial Day – Article

Black and white photo of a soldier putting dirt on a grave with a white cross
Find out why we take time to think about soldiers on Memorial Day. | PBS.org

8:00 a.m. 10 Streets That Changed America (US History)

Artifacts of the Boston Post Road – Video

How A Highway Paved the Way to Opportunities – Video

Segregation on Streetcars – Video

Freedom Riders: Freedom Riders Challenge Segregation – Video and Support Materials

9:00 a.m. 10 Modern Marvels That Changed America (US History)

The Impact of the Erie Canal on America – Interactive Lesson and Support Materials

Hoover Dam – Video and Support Materials

The Transcontinental Railroad – Media Gallery and Support Materials

10 Modern Marvels that Changed America Quiz – Interactive

Railroad workers stand in front of a train
The Transcontinental Railroad, built largely with of immigrant labor, helped bridge the East and West of the U.S. | The Transcontinental Railroad / PBS LearningMedia

10:00 a.m. 10 Parks That Changed America (US History)

Central Park Lake, 20th Century – Image and Support Materials

Squares of Savannah – Video

11:00 p.m. National Memorial Day Concert 2020 (US History)

Civil War Band and Drum Corps – Media Gallery

Iowa Soldiers Remember Afghanistan – Collection

Arlington National Cemetery – Video and Article

Birdwatching Across Arizona
airs June 7

Birdwatching Across Arizona

Super Why characters

Join a Super Why Reading Camp to play, learn and grow

National Memorial Day Concert image
aired May 28

National Memorial Day Concert

NOVA will talk about how your brain determines your reality in
aired May 17

NOVA’s two part series on “Your Brain”

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