A selection, just for examples: (with suggested grade levels)
- An interactive introduction to chemistry (6-12)
- An interactive means of helping students understand topographical maps (6-12)
- A video interview with Brian Selznick, author of The Invention of Hugo Cabret (4-7)
- A video of ideas for building structures from recycled materials (PreK-5)
- A "President for a Day" game to help students understand the many parts of the President's job (3-8)
And this is just the tip of the iceberg! There are thousands of video clips, interactives, games, and lesson plan ideas. You can search by keyword, or browse by grade level, subjects, standards, or collections to find just the right tool to support your students' learning.
You can check out a few items to see if it's the sort of thing you'd use, and then you are asked to create a free account if you want to use more. Totally worth it! (Plus, it's free!)
No matter what grade level or subject you teach, you're likely to find something here that you and your students will find interesting!