Hey!  I'm a 1st grade teacher in Nashville, TN.  My principal wants me to try and find some videos on American History and also TN History (in case you're also in TN).  I thought I would start here and see if anybody has any websites that have videos or any websites that may be interactive for 4th grade.  Thanks and happy teaching!!

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Just re-watched the HBO production of "Tuskagee Airmen" on a DVD $5 on a table in Walmart. I think it would be interesting to fourth graders. I just saw "The Miracle at St. Anna's" which may be more period fiction than history.

Davy Crockett was a Tennesse-born American hero. There are videos, and probably some links on youtube, to some episodes and movies.

The HBO mini-series on John Adams would give the students a good insight into colonial times and the early Republic.

I've reposted youir request to my Facebook page: Anne Pemberton. You may want to check there for more suggestions.
These links might help you get started...
http://www.discoveryeducation.com/

http://www.thirteen.org/edonline/edvideo/index.html
(It's billed as "for New York State educators" but you might be able to register anyway, or at least get some ideas...)
I site I really like (and started in Memphis) is watchknow.org. You can sort by grade, subject, etc. It's all free.

Give it a try...

Mark

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