May 22 | Grades 4–8

Friday on Arizona PBS

6:30 a.m. Decoding COVID-19

A Brief but Spectacular Take on Surviving COVID-19 – Video and Support Materials
Fact or Fiction: How to Spot Covid-19 Misinformation – Video and Support Materials


7:30 a.m. History Detectives: WWII Drone/Wooden Club/Clara Barton Letter

America’s Boomtowns: On the Home Front – Video and Support Materials
Clara Barton: Biography
Civil War Letters – Lesson Plan
Theodore Roosevelt’s “Bull Moose Party” and the 1912 Election


8:30 a.m. Get the Math Apt Exchange

Real-Life Math: Chef – Video and Support Materials
Math in Fashion – Interactive Lesson

A chef turns on the stove at her restaurant.
A chef turns on the stove at her restaurant. | Still from “Real-Life Math | Chef”

9:00 a.m. Get the Math 2.0 Apt Exchange

The Majesty of Music and Math – Song Maker – Interactive 
The Majesty of Music and Math: Melody Maker Experiment – Interactive


9:30 a.m. Breakthrough, The Ideas That Changed The World: The Car

Carbon-Fiber Car of the Future – Video and Support Materials
The Impact of Technology: Cars – Video and Support Materials


10:30 a.m. Decoding COVID-19

How Coronavirus Tests Work – Video
What We Know and Don’t Know about the Coronavirus – Video

A lab worker inserts a sample into a container.
A lab worker inserts a sample into a container. | Still from “How Coronavirus Tests Work” / NOVA
Former President Donald Trump
airs July 15

Republican National Convention: Four nights of coverage

Voter Ed graphic with text reading: How does a two-party system work?

How does a two-party system work?

Graphic with the words
airs July 19

First to Metal: An Origin Story

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