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Petrified wood See how petrified wood looks in a desert, and find out how it was formed, often in the times of the dinosaurs.
Supports: Geography: river, Geology: minerals Playing time: 2 min

Mesa Verde historic Native American site Tells the history of Native Americans in the high tablelands of western USA, and why they abandoned their homes. Supports: textbook History: Native Americans Playing time: 4 min

The Revolutionary War at Valley Forge Overwintering an army, 1777-1778. Supports: history: Georgian times (18th century); US Revolution Playing time: 5 min

Lulworth Cove How Lulworth Cove formed (drone view) Supports: textbook Geography: coast Playing time: 3 min

Walking a coastal path Conservation and the coast. Supports: geography: coast; Environment Playing time: 3 min

Famous explorers: Lewis and Clark 1804-6 The ground-breaking 2-year expedition from the Mississippi River to the Pacific coast over the Rocky Mountains and back, searching for a route to connect east and west coasts of America. Supports: history: frontier, exploration, role of women Playing time: 9 min

Famous migrations: The Oregon Trail story The famous 19th century across-America pioneering trek called the Oregon Trail. Supports: textbook The journey west, migrations, Gold Rush Playing time: 10 min



Ullswater drive, Lake District A drive along this former glacial valley, with lots of questions to answer. Supports: textbooks geography: settlement/tourism Playing time: 9 min

Birmingham Drive-thru Shows the history and concentric development of Birmingham.
Supports: textbooks Geography: settlement (places) and local studies Playing time: 10 min

V-shaped valley Shows the main features of upland rivers.
Supports: textbook Geography: river Playing time: 2 min

Beavers and the fur trade See how the demand for hats nearly caused the beavers to be exterminated, and how it also caused wars and a scramble for land in the 18th century (Georgian times).
Supports: History: Georgian times, US colonial times Playing time: 5 min

Spectacular natural oxbow This is one of the world's best examples of an oxbow on a river. Supports: textbooks Geography: river Playing time: 4 min

Coyote Desert habitats. Supports: Science: habitat, food chain; Geography: desert Playing time: 2 min

Palm trees Date palm trees. Supports: textbooks Science: plants and animals, habitats, desert Playing time: 2 min

Desert types and desert life Introduction to deserts and habitats. Explains how living things survive harsh environments. Supports: Geography: desert; Science: habitats Playing time: 7 min

How we farm: drilling seed Drilling seed in a field at 20mph to an accuracy of 2cm. A wonderful technology and environment video. Part of the 'how we farm' series. Supports: STEAM: materials, forces, machines, Geography: farming, environment, food Playing time: 5 min

How we farm: ploughing Ploughing a field at 20mph. A wonderful technology and environment video. Part of the 'how we farm' series. Supports: STEAM: materials, forces, machines, Geography: farming, environment, food Playing time: 6 min

How we farm: cultivating How to make a roughly ploughed soil into a seedbed. Supports: textbook Science: plants, environment, conservation, save the planet Playing time: 3 min

The world's first factories The vital role of machines in changing the way people lived. Supports: textbook History: Georgians, Victorians, Industrial Revolution
Geography: location of factories and industrial towns and cities
Social studies: The impact of factories on working life Playing time: 10 min

How we farm: minimum tilling for land conservation How to break up the soil and cause least harm to soil life. Supports: textbook Science: plants, environment, conservation, save the planet Playing time: 4 min

Clouds of pollen How conifers release huge clouds of pollen. Supports: textbook Science: plants, environment, conservation, save the planet Playing time: 3 min