In this video from DragonflyTV, two Texas kids look for microfossils and analyze them at the Fort Worth Museum of Natural History. They learn what kinds of creatures lived alongside the big dinosaurs.
This video segment adapted from Texas Parks and Wildlife Department explores the role of the wetlands in our environment, including providing habitats for wildlife, acting as natural water filters, and playing a part in the greater water cycle.
In this video adapted from Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, learn about the prairie dog, the importance of its role in its ecosystem, and how it is affected by an ever-growing human population.
The Teacher’s Guide offers resources for social studies educators to integrate Native American history into school curricula. The guide includes five film-specific sections with post-viewing questions, plus activities designed to foster student understanding of the important themes and issues that make Native history an essential part of our history.