June 10 | Grades 4–8

Wednesday on Arizona PBS

6:30 a.m. Nova: Rise of the Mammals (Science)

Mammals Get Their Chance – Video and Support Materials
Evolving Ideas: How Do We Know Evolution Happens? – Video and Support Materials

Fossilized animal remains
Fossilized animal remains. | Still from “Evolving Ideas: How Do We Know Evolution Happens?” PBS LearningMedia

7:30 a.m. History Detectives: Stories from the American West (Social Studies)

The Settlement of the American West – Interactive
Myth of the West / History Detectives – Media Gallery and Support Materials
Myth of the West: Lonely But Free I’ll Be Found / History Detectives – Webpage


8:30 a.m. Magical Land of Oz: Human (Nature)

Are Mammals Adapting to Humans? – Video and Support Materials
Peacock Spider Performs Colorful Dance to Attract Mate – Video
Creatures of the Night – Video


9:30 a.m. Life From Above: Changing Planet (Science)

Reforestation: Impact on Climate / Nature Works Everywhere – Video
Reforestation: Impact on Climate / Nature Works Everywhere – Teacher Guide
Observing Changes in Water Resources – Video and Support Materials

A mountain road surrounded by green grass and trees.
A mountain road surrounded by green grass and trees. | Still from “Reforestation: Impact on Climate” PBS LearningMedia

10:30 a.m. Nova: Rise of the Mammals (Science)

The Rise of Mammals – Reading
NOVA: New Fossils Capture Million-Year Timeline of Life After the Dinosaurs Died – Article
Ancient Mammal Molars / Your Inner Fish – Image

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