This simple activity will show kids how the water cycle works and allow them to watch, in real time, how water from oceans, lakes and streams help keep our planet lush and us healthy. (From PBS Parents)
From the Aspen Ideas Festival: One of the things that makes it harder and harder to connect with ourselves — and thus our creativity, intuition, and wisdom — is our increasing dependence on technology. We are not just distracted by devices, texts, emails, constant notifications, and social media, but addicted to them.
From the Aspen Ideas Festival: Gwen Ifill moderates a diverse panel of experts on the American experience, including Michelle Norris, Ai-jen Poo, Joseph Echevarria, James Fallows, Ashanti Branch and Elizabeth Alexander.
Join host and physicist Dr. Derek Muller on an epic journey to unlock the mysteries of one of the earth’s most controversial elements. Born from the collapse of a star, see how uranium has revolutionized society, profoundly shaped the past, and will change our future.
The two-part program URANIUM: TWISTING THE DRAGON’S TAIL airs Tuesday & Wednesday, July 28 & 29 at 10/9c on PBS.
Walt Disney’s plans for Disneyland's 160-acre building site in Anaheim, CA called for 5,000 cubic yards of concrete and a million square feet of asphalt pathways.
See what went into the making of Disneyland: pbs.org/waltdisney.