May 26 | Grades 4–8

Tuesday on Arizona PBS

6:30 a.m. Nova: Killer Floods (Science)

Natural Protection from Climate Change-Related Flooding / Sinking Cities – Media Gallery and Support Materials

NOVA: Natural Flood Protection – Video

7:30 a.m. History Detectives: 1st Woman White House Photographer/Child’s Doll/15th Century Map (Social Studies)

Harry S. Truman / 60-Second Presidents – Video and Support Materials

Civil War Hospitals – Media Gallery

Hernando De Soto / PBS World Explorers – Video

8:30 a.m. The Amazon: Rivers of Life (Science)

Rainforest Pharmacy: Jungle Medicine and Nutrition – Video and Support Materials

Pink Dolphins of the Amazon – Video and Support Materials

Field Research with Cameras / Undercover in the Jungle – Video and Support Materials

A sloth in the rainforest
A sloth in the rainforest. | Still from “Rainforest Pharmacy: Jungle Medicine and Nutrition” / PBS LearningMedia
9:30 a.m. Breakthrough: The Ideas That Changed The World – The Smartphone (Science)

Inside Science / Turn your Smartphone into a Science Lab – Video

Can You Call a Cell Phone in the Microwave? / Physics Girl – Video

10:30 a.m. NOVA: Killer Floods (Science)

Sculpted by Floods: The Northwest’s Ice Age Legacy – Media Gallery and Support Materials

A mountain in the Pacific Northwest with a lake in the foreground
Many geological features are shaped by ancient floods. | Still from “Sculpted by Floods: The Northwest’s Ice Age Legacy” / PBS LearningMedia

Stewart Udall: The Politics of Beauty

A cactus blooms in the Sonoran Desert
aired Feb. 28

Desert Dreams: Celebrating Five Seasons in the Sonoran Desert

A cute little duckling with text reading: Arizona PBS Ducks in a Row Event
March 6

Getting Your Ducks in a Row to Avoid Conflict When You Are Gone

Barry Gibb singing (Bee Gees: In Our Own Time)
aired Feb. 24

Bee Gees: In Our Own Time

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