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Documentaries and Movie Collections Tags: educational videos youtube education

If you use video in your homeschool, check out the links to these extensive educational collections. You're bound to find something useful for the upcoming school year: 

YouTube Educational DocumentariesThis 42-page download is a list of educational documentaries on YouTube. It's alphabetical, by topic (eg. America - The Story of Us; Discovery Channel; Modern Megastructures), and was last updated in June of this year. Lots of social studies and science topics, as well as biographies on artists, actors, and musicians.

YouTube Educational Channels: This is a list of 197 top channels based on views, subscriptions, and quality of content. Among those mentioned are familiar ones like TedEd, Khan Academy, Discovery Channel, National Geographic, and PBS, along with many other mutli-subject sites. The list also includes sections for specific subjects, such as the physical sciences, engineering and technolgy, math, politics, history and current events, the arts, foreign languages, and university channels. 

SOTW and NetflixA list of movies you can get on Netflix that correspond with topics covered in the Story of the World curriculum. The list is in chart form and shows the title of the movie, and corresponding SOTW volume and chapter. The chart also includes movie ratings (when available) and if the movie is available for instant streaming. 




Free Educational Videos and Interactives
Category: Academics
Tags: educational video social studies videos science education videos

NeoK12  Educational videos, lessons, quizzes, games and puzzles on sciences, social studies and other core subjects; also has a number of interactive diagrams to label online ..

Fuel Our Future Free resources for science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). The site is searchable by elementary, middle school, or high school grade levels. For each grade level, there is a video section, virtual lab (where science is explained with an interactive activity), and brainteasers.

Mathtrain.TV  Short, student-created videos explaining basic math topics, such as prime factorization, finding the better buy with unit price, percents, and others.

Snag Learning  Documentaries produced by well-known educational resources, including PBS and National Geographic; searchable by subject and grade level; includes discussion questions for each video.

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