June 11 | Grades 4–8

Thursday on Arizona PBS

6:30 a.m. Nova: Why Sharks Attack (Science)

Shark Biology – Video and Support Materials
Shark Tagging – Video and Support Materials

A lemon shark takes a break on the sandy ocean floor, gulping water to breathe.
A lemon shark takes a break on the sandy ocean floor, gulping water to breathe. | Still from “Shark Biology” PBS LearningMedia

7:30 a.m. History Detectives: Stories of Our Nation’s Beginnings (Social Studies)

Liberty or Death: Patrick Henry’s Speech – Media Gallery and Support Materials
Benjamin Franklin: Writer, Inventor, and Founding Father – Lesson Plan
Please Stand for the National Anthem – Lesson Plan and Support Materials
The Road to Revolution Game / Liberty! The American Revolution – Interactive


8:30 a.m. Nature: Snowbound, Animals of Winter (Nature)

Surviving Winter – Interactive Lesson and Support Materials
Climate Change Contributes to Competition Between Red and Arctic Foxes – Video
Hour One: City of Bears: Brown Bear Fact Sheet – Webpage
Seasonal Science: Hibernation – Video and Support Materials
Animal Adaptations: Polar Bear Paws – Media Gallery and Support Materials
Penguins – Video
Wintertime Creature Powers / Wild Kratts – Video and Support Materials


9:30 a.m. Operation Maneater: Great White Shark (Nature)

The Great White Shark – Media Gallery 
The Great White Shark – Video 
Researching Great White Sharks / NOAA – Video

A great white shark swims in the ocean.
A great white shark swims in the ocean. | Still from “Researching Great White Sharks | NOAA” PBS LearningMedia

10:30 a.m. Nova: Why Sharks Attack (Science)

Shark Attack! The Hunt – Interactive
Sharks and Shorelines: Nature Works Everywhere – Lesson Plan

 

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