A Martin Luther King song for kids that can be used Martin Luther King Day or Black History Month.
Discover five things you should know about the Middle Ages: how long it lasted, medieval society, what feudalism was, the two phrases in the Middle Ages (Early Middle Ages and Late Middle Ages), what warfare was like during that time and medieval markets. Did you know that the Middle Ages lasted more than 1,000 years? Find out about medieval castles, knights and many other interesting facts! Show Less
Discover five things you should know about Prehistory - which includes the Stone Age - the earliest period in human history which starts with our first human ancestors and ends with the invention of writing. Children will learn about the characteristics of each stage in Prehistory: Palaeolithic times, Neolithic times and the Age of Metals including interesting facts about each time period. Show Less
Discover five things you should know about one of the stages of the prehistoric Stone Age - the Palaeolithic times. This video will answer questions like: When did Palaeolithic times begin? What does "palaeolithic" mean? How was fire discovered? Were palaeolithic people hunters or collectors? What is cave painting? Show Less
Discover five things you should know about one of the stages of the prehistoric Stone Age, the Neolithic Times. This video answers questions like: When did the Neolithic times begin? What does "neolithic" mean? How did agriculture and cattle raising start? How were the first villages formed? What are a hand mill, a plough or a sickle? You'll also discover how the wheel, the loom, and pottery were invented. Show Less
Discover five things you should know about the Age of Metals which we divide into the Copper Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age. This video answers questions like: When did the Age of Metals begin? What did that mean for agriculture and cattle raising? What were the early settlements and houses like? In this video, we're going to learn how the first jobs and occupations, and trade emerged. We will also discover how thanks to metallurgy people were able to make jewelry, tools, hunting weapons and sculptures. Older inventions like the wheel or the sail gave rise to means of transportation like the carriage and the boat. Show Less
International Women’s Day is celebrated every year on March 8 – but why is this day important? What does the day signify? This Miniclip explores the origins of women’s suffrage throughout New Zealand’s modern history including the granting of voting rights for both M?ori and p?keh? women. It also discusses damaging stereotypes for both girls and boys, the presence of gender inequality that still exists today, and how to celebrate the women in your own life. Show Less
Educational video for kids to spot the different transport icon emoji. This challenge is a wonderful resource to practice visual attention skills and mental agility. Students will have 15 seconds to spot the different emoji. Will players be able to reach the hardest level of the game? Show Less
Discover five things you should know about Ancient Egypt: the Pyramids of Giza, mummies, Egyptian civilization, the Nile River and the pharaohs. Do you know which pyramids are the most important ones? And which is the second largest river in the world? Find out what it was used for, who Cleopatra was and lots of other interesting facts in this video! Show Less
Discover five things you should know about the Roman Empire: when Rome was founded, the legend of Romulus and Remus, the Roman monarchy regime, the Roman Republic, the Roman emperors and the role of political institutions like the Senate. Did you know that the Roman Empire expanded through the territories surrounding the Mediterranean Sea? Find out how Roman society was structured, how cities were built and when the empire came to its end. Show Less
Discover five things you should know about Ancient Greece: when this civilization emerged, how Greeks colonized new territories, how they expanded around the Mediterranean Sea and how they founded their poleis (cities). Did you know that Sparta and Athens were the most famous poleis? Find out how the ancient Greek society was divided, how philosophy sprung, how many gods Greek people worshipped and how the first Olympic Games started. Show Less
Discover five things you should know about the Industrial Revolution: when and where it started, as well as the changes in production models and means of transportation. Discover the invention of the telegraph and loads of other fun facts!
Each year at 11am on November 11 we remember those who died in World War I, and commemorate those who represent New Zealand in conflicts past and present. This Miniclip provides a simplified context for the beginning of the Great War, the signing of the Armistice, the effect of the war on people, and the importance of commemorating it each year. Students will also discover the significance of the red poppy, who the ANZACs were, and the role of cenotaphs in local communities. Show Less