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This is a brief overview of this free website, WatchKnowLearn.org.  WatchKnowLearn is a super-directory of over 50,000 free educational video links that are organized by subject matter. (02:58)

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October 20, 2016 at 06:30 PM

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There’s more to Mardi Gras in New Orleans than just one day or just one parade. Visit behind the scenes as preparations begin days, weeks and even months in advance. (05:43)

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March 3, 2019 at 05:32 PM

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You will learn how Black History Month began, and why it is so important to celebrate! (04:54)

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February 1, 2018 at 08:14 AM

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Daylight Saving Time is explained in a simple way in this video for kids! Learn about George Hudson and the fun reason he proposed the idea of Daylight Saving Time. You will also learn when it begins and ends, and why it is a part of our routine! (05…:44) [more]

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March 24, 2018 at 09:39 AM

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Why does February have 28 days when all the other months get 30 or 31? The answer is part superstition, part politics, and part astronomy. (Basically, it’s the Romans’ fault.) (04:45) Special thanks to Dr. Jen Ebbeler from the University of Texas Cla…ssics department for walking me through the history of the Roman calendar. [more]

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January 23, 2019 at 06:55 PM

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The 2019 novel coronavirus is a WHO global health emergency. Since it began using the designation in 2005, the World Health Organization has declared global health emergencies only 5 times before. The first case of the 2019 novel coronavirus was repo…rted in the Chinese city of Wuhan on New Year’s Eve. Now, over 30,000 people in at least 26 countries have contracted it. The vast majority of confirmed cases are in Mainland China, where the numbers continue to skyrocket, and where more than 600 people have died as a result. Border closings, suspended flights, a city-wide evacuation and quarantine make for scary stuff. So what is it we’re really talking about when we talk about the coronavirus? And what can we do to protect ourselves? (03:21) [more]

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February 25, 2020 at 07:07 PM

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