June 12 | Grades 4–8

Friday on Arizona PBS

6:30 a.m. Nova: Mystery Beneath the Ice (Science)

Phytoplankton and Krill – Background Reading
Antarctic Food Web Game – Interactive

A ship moves over icy waters
A ship moves over icy waters. | Still from “Mystery Beneath the Ice | Phytoplankton and Krill” / PBS LearningMedia

7:30 a.m. History Detectives: Psychophone; War Dog Letter; Pancho Villa Watch Fob (Social Studies)

Thomas Edison / Inventor and Entrepreneur – Lesson Plan
Who Made America?: Thomas Edison, The Science of Innovation – Article 
Patent Analysis – Article
PBS NewsHour: Military Dogs – Videos and Articles


8:30 a.m. Nature: Yosemite (Nature)

Yosemite National Park: Ansel Adams – Image
Yosemite National Park / Ken Burns: The National Parks – Media Gallery
John Muir, Biography – Document


9:30 a.m. Nature: Forest of the Lynx (Nature)

Canadian Lynx – Webpage
Ecological Antagonists and Partners: Trees, Beetles, and Woodpeckers – Video and Support Materials

A Canadian lynx
A Canadian lynx | PBS.org

10:30 a.m. Nova: Mystery Beneath the Ice (Science)

Climate Change in the Antarctic – Video
Antarctica: Sea Ice – Video and Support Materials

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