May 27 | Grades 4–8

Wednesday on Arizona PBS

6:30 a.m. Nova: Deadliest Tornadoes

How Do Tornadoes Form? – Video and Support Materials

Chasing Tornadoes – Video and Support Materials

A tornado hovers over a road.
A tornado hovers over a road. | Still from “Chasing Tornadoes” / PBS LearningMedia

7:30 a.m. History Detectives: Notes in 1775 Almanac/Get Thin To Music Records/Andy Warhol’s Art

The Road to Revolution Game / Liberty! The American Revolution – Interactive

Flappers and Speakeasies – Media Gallery and Support Materials

The Road to Apollo: An Interactive Journey – Interactive and Support Materials

8:30 a.m. The Nile: Rivers of Life

Interconnections in the Okavango River Delta / Okavango: River of Dreams – Video and Support Materials

The Great Elephant Census – Video and Support Materials

Kush’s Rise to Power / Rise of the Black Pharaohs – Video

The Kush Civilization – Activity and Support Materials

9:30 a.m. Food – Delicious Science: Food on the Brain

Can You Be Addicted to Sugar? / Braincraft – Video

Are Energy Drinks Really that Bad? / Above the Noise – Video and Support Materials

A diagram of a brain made out of red gel and sprinkles.
Watch to learn more about what happens to your brain when you eat sugar. | Still from “Can You Be Addicted to Sugar? | Braincraft” / PBS LearningMedia

10:30 a.m. NOVA: Deadliest Tornadoes

La Nina and Tornado Outbreaks – Video and Support Materials

Rate Tornado Damage – Interactive and Support Materials

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
June 16

It’s the Summer of Mystery!

A photo of Olivia Ford and the cover of her book,
June 26

Join us for PBS Books Readers Club!

Charlotte Heywood from Sanditon
aired June 23

Sanditon on Masterpiece

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