Surfnetkids Video

August 2009

Homework Hero

Mr. Duscko (aka Notebookbabies) created this short animation to encourage his students to do their homework.

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Some Facts About Owls

Mr. Duscko (aka Notebookbabies) made this for his fifth-grade science class.

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The Book of North American Owls

The behavior of owls and specific information about the twenty-one North American species, by Helen Roney Sattler and Jean Zallinger. This is a limited preview.

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Pint Size History French Revolution

Pub historian (from History Channel UK) explores the French Revolution, when it happened, what took place and what it achieved.

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The French Revolution

Examines the causes, events, and aftermath of the French Revolution. By Adrian Gilbert.

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JumpStart Bat Echolocation Song

Sing along to this fun song and learn about bat echolocation, with this great music video from JumpStart!

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Vampire Bats

These vampire bats have heat sensors in their noses-all the better for finding the sweet spot on a sleeping victim – and sipping half their weight in blood.

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The Compass Trick

James Randi explains Uri Geller’s trick of getting a compass needle to move.

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Bats

“Bats” by Sylvia A. Johnson, Modoki Masuda, supports the national science education standards.

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Bats: Mysterious Flyers of the Night

A preview of “Bats: Mysterious Flyers of the Night” by Dee Stuart.

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