June 18 | Grades 4–8

Thursday on Arizona PBS

6:30 a.m. NOVA: Ghosts of Stonehenge (Science)

Stonehenge Was Merely the Focal Point of a Bigger Monument Site – Article
Secrets of Stonehenge – Video

Stonehenge at dusk
Stonehenge at dusk. | NOVA/PBS.org

7:30 a.m. History Detectives: Hindenburg Artifact; John Adams Book; Birthplace of Hip Hop (Social Studies)

Observing / History Detectives – Webpage
Helium Is Boring – Video and Support Materials

8:30 a.m. Nature: The Wild Way of the Vikings (Nature)

Who Were the Vikings? – Article
Explorers: Vikings / Google Earth Voyager Stories – Webpage
Eric the Red and Leif Ericson / Explorers and Settlers – Lesson Plan
Vikings Unearthed / Space Archaeology – Media Gallery and Support Materials
Reindeer Cyclone – Video
The Sneaky Way of Orcas Hunt Seals – Video
Vikings, Vikings Everywhere / Teaching with Primary Sources – Media Gallery and Support Materials

9:30 a.m. Breakthrough: The Ideas That Changed The World – The Telescope (Science)

Telescopes / Crash Course Astronomy – Video
Hubble Telescope: Looking Deep – Video and Support Materials

Rendering of the Hubble Telescope.
Rendering of the Hubble Telescope. | Still from “Hubble Telescope: Looking Deep” PBS LearningMedia

10:30 a.m. NOVA: Ghosts of Stonehenge (Science)

Stonehenge: Expert Q&A – Article
The Dating Game: Radioactive Carbon – Document and Support Materials
Bones of Contention – Interactive and Support Materials

A green monster with a goofy grin holds a large toothbrush. Text: HealthySmileLearning.org Video Contest: How does your favorite monster brush its teeth?
Oct. 8

Digital Video Contest 2023

Hispanic Heritage Awards image
airs Sept. 29

Hispanic Heritage Awards

Tito Munoz conducting the Phoenix Symphony
aired Sept. 25

Opening Night: A Romantic Evening

Sports Fundamentals image

Athletic Coaching Essentials (ACE) Beginner Series

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