Feature History

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10, 11, 12, 5, 6, 9, High school, Middle school

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history, Social Sciences, social studies

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Feature History is a YouTube Channel dedicated to making history videos about various topics in history. Topics include but are not limited to eastern world history, the texas revolution, and the emu war.

A Kid Explains History

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4, 5, Elementary, High school, Middle school

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ethnic studies, history, political science, Social Sciences, social studies

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History is a big subject, full of facts, dates, and strangely dressed people with weird names. But at its core, it’s really just a collection of stories that tell us how we got to be here. 13-year-old Quinn has spent the last five years making these fun, informative videos with help from his Mom and Dad. With a healthy sense of humor and exciting graphics, he shares what he has learned with kids and adults alike.

The Armchair Historian

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High school

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history, Social Sciences, sociology

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The Armchair Historian is a channel specializing in animated history videos. Video topics include Germany’s worst defeat: Operation Bagration, how did America become a superpower after WWII, downfall of Italy: 1944-1945, and much more.

TakingITGlobal

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Learning games

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TakingITGlobal
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Elementary, High school, Middle school

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art, economics, ELA, ENL, ethnic studies, Health, history, Humanities, Languages, Mathematics, Natural Sciences, physical education, science, Social Sciences, Spanish, Technology, vocational studies, world languages

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TakingITGlobal is one of the world’s leading networks of young people learning about, engaging with, and working towards tackling global challenges. TakingITGlobal’s games empower youth to understand and act on local and global challenges through fun and educational gameplay. Subjects covered in the games include globalization, culture, human rights, peace vs. conflict and much more!

Wonderopolis

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Article

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Wonderopolis
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algebra, art, astronomy, biology, chemistry, Earth science, ELA, geography, geology, geometry, Health, history, Humanities, Languages, literacy, Mathematics, mathematics, music, Natural Sciences, physics, political science, science, Social Sciences, social studies

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Wonderopolis is a place where natural curiosity and imagination lead to exploration and discovery in learners of all ages. Each day, they pose an intriguing question—the Wonder of the Day—and explore it in a variety of ways. The excitement of learning that comes from curiosity and wonder is undeniable, and Wonderopolis helps create learning moments in everyday life—ones that fit in with dinner preparations, carpool responsibilities, a stolen moment between breakfast and the bus, or within school curriculum and education programs.