GoNoodle YouTube Channel

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YouTube
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5, 6, Elementary, Middle school

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dance, Humanities, music

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Give your students a break in the classroom with these fun and interactive YouTube videos to dance and have fun! Over 14 million kids each month are dancing, stretching, running, jumping, deep breathing, and wiggling with GoNoodle.

Wolfram|Alpha

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Wolfram Alpha LLC
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1, 10, 11, 12, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, Elementary, High school, Middle school

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algebra, arithmetic, art, astronomy, Bio-medical engineering, biology, calculus, chemistry, computer science, dance, data science, Earth science, economics, education, ELA, Electrical engineering, engineering, ethnic studies, geography, geology, geometry, Health, health education, health education, history, Humanities, Languages, Mathematics, mathematics, Mechanical engineering, music, Natural Sciences, physical education, physics, political science, psychology, science, Social Sciences, social studies, sociology, Sports, statistics, Technology, theatre, trigonometry, world languages

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The introduction of Wolfram|Alpha defined a fundamentally new paradigm for getting knowledge and answers—not by searching the web but by doing dynamic computations based on a vast collection of built-in data, algorithms, and methods. Bringing broad, deep, expert-level knowledge to everyone… anytime, anywhere. You can look up just about anything on this site, and it’ll give you your answer; you can even search for a math problem and check your answers!

Barney

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1, 2, 3, Elementary, Kindergarten, preK

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art, biology, dance, Humanities, music, Natural Sciences, science

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On the Barney YouTube channel, you can find the video clips and full episodes! In the world of Barney, sharing and caring are key, imaginations flourish, and there is always a dance at every turn! Join everyone’s favorite purple dinosaur as he and his dino-pals, Baby Bop, BJ, and the Riff, help give children the range of skills they need to grow using tons of music, fun, and laughs to guide the way!

Netflix Jr.

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Informational video, Video library

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YouTube
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Netflix Jr. is where kids can learn, sing and play with their favorite Netflix characters – from StoryBots to Super Monsters and everyone in between.

Metkids

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MetKids
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MetKids is a kid-friendly gateway to New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art. The site features three major sections: “Map” lets users explore an interactive cartoon map of the Met, clicking red dots to learn more about the artwork and yellow dots to learn about visitor spaces in the museum. Each red dot lets users view a work of art in detail, and they can click “Listen” (to learn more about the work in a a child narrator’s voice), “Discover” (to read more background information), “Imagine” (to imagine what the artwork might mean more broadly in its original context and today), and “Create” (where kids can create their own art related to the work they’ve just explored).