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At-Home Education Schedule for the Week of April 6-10

Schedule for WUFT-TV 5.1 (Cox Cable Channel 3 in Gainesville and Cox Cable Channel 5 in Ocala)

TimeMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday
6:00 a.m.Ready Jet Go!Ready Jet Go!Ready Jet Go!Ready Jet Go!Ready Jet Go!
6:30 a.m.ArthurArthurArthurArthurArthur
7:00 a.m.Curious GeorgeCurious GeorgeCurious GeorgeCurious GeorgeCurious George
7:30 a.m.Nature CatNature CatNature CatNature CatNature Cat
8:00 a.m.Wild KrattsWild KrattsWild KrattsWild KrattsWild Kratts
8:30 a.m.Molly from DenaliMolly from DenaliMolly from DenaliMolly from DenaliMolly from Denali
9:00 a.m.Xavier Riddle and the Secret MuseumXavier Riddle and the Secret MuseumXavier Riddle and the Secret MuseumXavier Riddle and the Secret MuseumXavier Riddle and the Secret Museum
9:30 a.m.Let’s Go LunaLet’s Go LunaLet’s Go LunaLet’s Go LunaLet’s Go Luna
10:00 a.m.A More of Less Perfect Union, A Personal Exploration by Judge Douglas Ginsburg
A Constitution in Writing - Part 1/3

Government
The Windermere Children
World History
Secrets of the Dead:
Cleopatra's Lost Tomb

World History/Research
Howard's End on MASTERPIECE
Part 1/4

British Lit.
Howard's End on MASTERPIECE
Part 3/4

British Lit.
10:30 a.m.
11:00 a.m.Freedom Writers:
Stories From the Heart

ELA
The Greeks:
Chasing Greatness
Part 3/3

Social Studies
Howard's End on MASTERPIECE
Part 2/4

British Lit.
Howard's End on MASTERPIECE
Part 4/4

British Lit.
11:30 a.m.The Windermere Children: In Their Own Words
World History
12:00 p.m.The Roosevelts: An Intimate History
In the Arena (1901-1919)
Part 2/7

U.S. History
Latino Americans:
Foreigners in Their Own Land
Part 1/6

U.S. History
Annie Oakley:
American Experience

U.S. History
The Gene:
An Intimate History
Part 1/2

Science/History
12:30 p.m.Letters from Baghdad
U.S. History
1:00 p.m.Latino Americans:
Empire of Dreams
Part 2/6

U.S. History
Surviving the Dust Bowl:
American Experience

U.S. History
1:30 p.m.
2:00 p.m.Native America:
From Caves to Cosmos
Part 1/4

Social Studies
Native America:
Nature to Nations
Part 2/4

Social Studies
Native America:
Cities of the Sky
Part 3/4

Social Studies
Native America:
New World Rising
Part 4/4

Social Studies
Medicine Woman
Social Studies
2:30 p.m.
3:00 p.m.Food - Delicious Science:
Food on the Brain
Part 1/3

Science/Research
Food - Delicious Science:
A Matter of Taste
Part 2/3

Science/Research
Food - Delicious Science:
We Are What We Eat
Part 3/3

Science/Research
Plants Behaving Badly:
Murder & Mayhem
Part 1/2

Science/Nature
Plants Behaving Badly:
Sex & Lies
Part 2/2

Science/Nature
3:30 p.m.
4:00 p.m.NOVA:
Inside Animal Minds: Bird Genius
Part 1/3

Science/Nature
NOVA:
Inside Animal Minds: Dogs & Super Senses
Part 2/3

Science/Nature
NOVA:
Inside Animal Minds: Who's the Smartest
Part 3/3

Science/Nature
NOVA:
Mysteries of Sleep

Science/Nature
NOVA:
The Truth About Fat

Science/Research
4:30 p.m.
5:00 p.m.The Great American Read: Heroes
ELA
The Great American Read: Villains & Monsters
ELA
The Great American Read: What We Do For Love
ELA
The Great American Read: Other Worlds
ELA
The Great American Read: Grand Finale
ELA
5:30 p.m.
Color Key:Grades Pre-K-3Grades 4-8Grades 9-12

At-Home Education Schedule for the Week of April 13-17

TimeMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday
6:00 a.m.Ready Jet Go!Ready Jet Go!Ready Jet Go!Ready Jet Go!Ready Jet Go!
6:30 a.m.ArthurArthurArthurArthurArthur
7:00 a.m.Curious GeorgeCurious GeorgeCurious GeorgeCurious GeorgeCurious George
7:30 a.m.Nature CatNature CatNature CatNature CatNature Cat
8:00 a.m.Wild KrattsWild KrattsWild KrattsWild KrattsWild Kratts
8:30 a.m.Molly from DenaliMolly from DenaliMolly from DenaliMolly from DenaliMolly from Denali
9:00 a.m.Xavier Riddle and the Secret MuseumXavier Riddle and the Secret MuseumXavier Riddle and the Secret MuseumXavier Riddle and the Secret MuseumXavier Riddle and the Secret Museum
9:30 a.m.Let’s Go LunaLet’s Go LunaLet’s Go LunaLet’s Go LunaLet’s Go Luna
10:00 a.m.A More of Less Perfect Union, A Personal Exploration by Judge Douglas Ginsburg
A Constitution For All - Part 2/3

Government
Boss: The Black Experience in Business
U.S. History
Cities of Light:
The Rise and Fall of Islamic Spain

World History
The Story of China with Michael Wood:
Ancestors/Silk Roads and China Ships
Part 1/2

World History
POV Shorts:
Joe's Violin

AA Best Doc
10:30 a.m.James Watson:
American Masters

Science/History
11:00 a.m.John Lewis:
Get in the Way

U.S. History
11:30 a.m.
12:00 p.m.The Roosevelts: An Intimate History
The Fire of Life (1910-1919)
Part 3/7

U.S. History
Reconstruction: America After the Civil War
Part 1/2

U.S. History
Latino Americans:
War and Peace
Part 3/6

U.S. History
Amelia Earhart:
American Experience

U.S. History
The Gene:
An Intimate History
Part 2/2

Science/History
12:30 p.m.
1:00 p.m.Latino Americans:
The New Latinos
Part 4/6

U.S. History
Space Men:
American Experience

U.S. History
1:30 p.m.
2:00 p.m.History Detectives:
WW II Drone / Wooden Club / Clara Barton Letter

Social Studies
History Detectives:
Japanese Characters Carved Into Cane / Wooden Telescope / Gold Nugget Drawing

Social Studies
History Detectives:
1st Woman White House Photographer / Child's Doll / 15th Century Map

Social Studies
History Detectives:
Notes in 1775 Almanac / Get Thin to Music Records / Andy Warhol's Art

Social Studies
History Detectives:
Belgian War Medal / Pennant / Cartoon Cel

Social Studies
2:30 p.m.
3:00 p.m.Africa's Great Civilizations:
Origins
Part 1/6

Social Studies
Africa's Great Civilizations:
The Cross and the Crescent
Part 2/6

Social Studies
Africa's Great Civilizations:
Empires of Gold
Part 3/6

Social Studies
Africa's Great Civilizations:
Cities
Part 4/6

Social Studies
Africa's Great Civilizations:
The Atlantic Age
Part 5/6

Social Studies
3:30 p.m.
4:00 p.m.Breakthrough: Ideas That Changed the World
The Telescope
Part 1/6

Math & Science
Breakthrough: Ideas That Changed the World
The Airplane
Part 2/6

Math & Science
Breakthrough: Ideas That Changed the World
The Robot
Part 3/6

Math & Science
Breakthrough: Ideas That Changed the World
The Car
Part 4/6

Math & Science
Breakthrough: Ideas That Changed the World
The Rocket
Part 5/6

Math & Science
4:30 p.m.
5:00 p.m.NOVA:
Emporer's Ghost Army

Science/Archeology
NOVA:
Chinese Chariot Revealed

Science/Archeology
NOVA:
Decoding the Great Pyramid

Science/Archeology
NOVA:
First Horse Warriors

Science/Archeology
NOVA:
Lost Viking Army

Science/Archeology
5:30 p.m.
Color Key:Grades Pre-K-3Grades 4-8Grades 9-12

Teacher Resources:

Ready to Learn Raising Readers

PBS Kids Learn

PBS Learning Media

PBS World Explorers

Teaching Tips for Educational Media

Special Events:

Stop, Paws and Learn

Parents and kids had the opportunity to learn about pet care, wild animals and child safety practices in a fun, hands-on environment. The event included free zoo admission to the Santa Fe College Teaching Zoo, a PBS Kids Zone and dog demonstrations.

Ongoing Programs:

Dog Days at Duval

The yearlong “Martha Speaks” Read Aloud Book Club program at the Duval Early Learning Academy culminated in a special event featuring Martha from PBS Kids and canine friends of all kinds.

“Martha Speaks” Read Aloud Book Club

This Read Aloud Book Club program was implemented in the Alachua County Public Library District’s Summer Reading Program.

PBS Learning Media Training

Alachua County School District training for media specialists occurred before school started. “Sesame Street” Little Children Big Challenges materials were disseminated to Girls Place of Alachua County, SWAG, and Parent Academy/Alachua County School. These materials help children dealing with divorce, incarcerated parentsor other emergencies.

Best Friends for Life Book Buddy Program at UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital

The program included 350 Book Buddy Packs for children undergoing treatment at UF Health’s Infusion Clinic. The Book Buddy packs using Daniel Tiger materials for children who are “first timers” at UF Health. Each pack includes a Daniel Tiger book, ears, coloring sheet with crayons, and a Daniel Tiger mask. The packs were funded by the Magnolia Club under the title Growing Literacy and Alpha Psi at University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine under the title Roaring for Kids.