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Hula

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Hula is a very important part of Hawaiian culture. Hula dancing was forced underground in the 60s because of missionaries, but, today, more and more people are learning the art.

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Sophie’s World: Duct Tape Wallet

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Learn just how easy it is to make a long lasting, duct tape wallet.

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Touring the Ocean Bottom

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What does the ocean floor look like? Take a virtual tour when you watch this short video. There isn’t any sound, but you can read the captions for lots of interesting facts.

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Origins of Oceans

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This video will blow your mind! Did you know that the ocean is 4 billion years old and that half of it came from outer space? Neither did I!

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Paul Gauguin: World Traveler

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From Denmark to Brittany to the Caribbean and back. Paul Gauguin found much of his inspiration through travel. This short but interesting video discusses where Gauguin traveled and the experiences he had in each place.

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Stolen Gauguin Found

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Have you ever wondered where stolen artwork ends up? Well, in this case, on a kitchen wall in Sicily!

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Flying Bee vs. Jumping Spider

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Who will win? Watch all the action in this thrilling match up. A bee can fly and has a stinger, but this spider can jump 50 times its body length. Bugs are cool.

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The Gold Rush

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What was California like before the Gold Rush and what was it like afterwards? This neat video gives a good overview of the Gold Rush of 1849, with especially interesting tid-bits about the travel options available at that time.

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Humpty Dumpty

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Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall; Humpty Dumpty had a great fall. Find out what happens next in this musical, animated retelling of the classic nursery rhyme by the Mother Goose Club.

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The Search for the Names of Holocaust Victims

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Six million Jews were murdered in the Holocaust, yet the names of close to 2 million remain anonymous. Since the 1950s, Yad Vashem has worked tirelessly to name all the victims of the Holocaust.

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