A music video starring Court Reporter Quotation Marks. She's eminently quotable and she's not afraid to let you know.
A music video starring the Defense Attorneys Parentheses and Brackets. They're here to provide more context to things we think we already know.
Harry Bear and his friends are back, this time in English and Spanish! Dive in, splash along, and count all the fun fish as they swim in the lake. From one to ten, and from diez to uno, count them all while learning opposites like short, long / corto, largo; descriptions like yellow, blue / amarillo, azul; actions like swim, dive / nadar, saltar; and so much more! Show Less
Is there more to being a boy than playing sports and acting tough? And if so, what does it mean to be “a boy” like you?
A music video staring Li'l Pete the Preposition. He's a grammar scout, and he'll help you locate objects in place and time, if that's what you need.
10 year old Daniel and his sister Naiya were so bored during lockdown, they conjured a rainbow filled planet with fluffy space monsters! Singer, actor and composer Eddie Perfect comes along for the ride in 'A Not So Ordinary Day in Lockdown'.
Alphabet Dance Song is a fun way to teach alphabet recognition and to review the alphabet.
Students read, sing and learn about the 26 letters of the alphabet. This curriculum-aligned song targets outcomes of curriculum documents and supports and integrates classroom learning across key subject areas.
This video introduces and explores abstract nouns. What are abstract nouns and how do we spot them in sentences? What are the most common examples of abstract nouns? Abstract nouns are defined, exemplified and reviewed with on-screen, multiple-choice reviews at the end of each segment to reinforce important concepts. Show Less
What is a thesis? What is the purpose of the introduction? How do you develop the body of an essay? What is the purpose of the conclusion? The answers to all of these questions are covered to teach how to write an academic essay from start to finish. The video includes detailed graphics and on-screen, multiple-choice reviews at the end of each segment to reinforce important concepts. Show Less
After learning so many things about poetry, Blue decides it's time to visit Poetry Land again and write a poem. He decides to try an acrostic poem. Acrostic poetry is when you take the letters of a word and turn them into a story about the word.
By reciting The Caterpillar poem, Blue explains to children the importance of describing words or adjectives.
Pat has lost her cat Donut, so she’s enlisted the help of Officer Ray to find her! But her police report has no useful information that will help find Donut. Perhaps if she uses adjectives to describe Donut, they will be able to find her faster! This Miniclip investigates five different types of adjectives—possessive, describing, numbering, classifying, and comparing adjectives. Students will learn how to make writing more expressive, and how they can expand simple noun groups into more descriptive ones! Show Less
Learn what an adjective is and how to properly use one.
Gary and Abby have a new card game called Adverb Attack... except they’re not sure how to play. Let’s learn the rules of the game together and learn all about adverbs at the same time! This Miniclip outlines what adverbs are and the four different types – how, where, when, and how often. Through the use of a simple card game, students will discover how adverbs can add more information to a verb, and how to identify adverbs in writing. Show Less
Learn what adverbs and adverbials are and how to use them properly.
11-year-old Imogen loves spending time on the amazing Barka river. Hear all about her afternoons on the bridge from ALNF Ambassador, singer, actor and author Casey Donovan.
Curiouser and curiouser! This is the story of Alice before the rabbit hole.
Music comes to life in this magical journey through 11 classical masterpieces!
These incredible stories introduce children to the real life amazing animals who changed history!
In a time of uncertainty, this story focuses on the hope and beauty of our shared experiences.
Kopika, Eden, Louis, Ella, Edward and Emmylou have each written a snappy 100 word story. Master children's author Andy Griffiths reads their stories and gives some advice along the way!
A, B, C, D, so many animals for you to see!
Anna and her sister Alicia are a pair of very hungry ants. Join Anna as she finds her favourite foods: apricots, acorns, apples and avocados. Help Anna learn that it is important to always share with others. This lesson will teach your child how to sound out short and long 'A' sounds. In addition, this story develops children's knowledge of the days of the week, such as Monday and Tuesday. Show Less