Koalas: Nature’s Teddy Bears

Koalas: Nature’s Teddy Bears

Koalas: Nature’s Teddy Bears Although we sometimes call them koala bears, koalas aren’t actually bears; they are marsupials. Marsupials are animals that give birth to live but underdeveloped babies and then carry them in a special pouch. Koalas are exclusively found...
Muscles: Making Us Go!

Muscles: Making Us Go!

Muscles: Making Us Go! The muscular system is one of the systems of the human body. Our muscles move our bodies, but they also pump our blood and digest our food! There are two videos to choose from to learn about muscles. The first one is better for younger kids, the...

Bones & JawHarp

Bones & JawHarp Bones 101 The bones, also known as rhythm or rattle bones, are a folk instrument that, in their original form, consist of a pair of animal bones, but may also be played using pieces of wood or similar material. Sections of cow rib bones and lower...

SPANISH: HOW TO ASK, “WHERE ARE YOU FROM?”

HOW TO ASK, “WHERE ARE YOU FROM?” Now use this example to practice:  ¡Qué tal, muchachos! This is your OMNIS Education 5th week Spanish challenge! Today, we will practice the question “¿De dónde eres?” Listen first to a man named Carlos (Shout out to my...
WELCOME TO YOUR WORLD – THE ENVIRONMENT & YOU.

WELCOME TO YOUR WORLD – THE ENVIRONMENT & YOU.

WELCOME TO YOUR WORLD – THE ENVIRONMENT & YOU General Introduction to the Environment (part 1) Now, think about the word environment, and what it means to you. Note your thoughts in the form of a spider diagram. For some information about what a spider...