5 Best YouTube Educational Activities

Are you looking for the 5 Best YouTube Educational Activities available on the planet? You’ve come to the right place. Below are 5 educational movie guides to accompany movies and short videos freely available on YouTube.

Our Friend, Martin Movie Guide | Questions | Worksheet (G - 1999) Cover

(Download) OUR FRIEND, MARTIN Movie Guide (G – 1999)

This Our Friend, Martin Movie Guide | Questions | Worksheet (G – 1999) challenges students to analyze the decisions made by Martin, Miles, and Randy as they teleport through Martin Luther King Jr.’s life. Explore how MLK responds to hate and prejudice and how he teaches Miles that violence is not the answer and to appreciate the life he has. Ask students to consider how TV played a part in MLK’s civil rights movement, especially in Birmingham, Alabama. Finally encourage students to describe what changes they can make in their own lives to improve the world around them.

The Cay Movie Guide | Questions | Worksheet (TV - 1974) Cover

(Download) THE CAY MOVIE GUIDE (TV – 1974)

The Cay Movie Guide | Questions | Worksheet (TV – 1974) challenges students to develop empathy by placing themselves into the shoes of Phillip and Timothy. This movie is based on the 1969 novel of the same name written by Theodore Taylor.

Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry Movie Guide | Questions | Worksheet (TV - 1978)

(Download) ROLL OF THUNDER, HEAR MY CRY MOVIE GUIDE (TV – 1978)

Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry Movie Guide | Questions | Worksheet (TV – 1978) challenges students to thinking critically about this powerful story of an African American family struggling to keep their rural Mississippi land in 1933. This movie is based on the 1976 novel of the same name by Mildred D. Taylor.

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(Download) RAY DALIO – HOW THE ECONOMIC MACHINE WORKS GUIDE

Ray Dalio – How the Economic Machine Works Guide challenges students to digest the tsunami of economic education condensed into this short 30 minute animated video.This worksheet asks students to dig deep and cement their understanding of topics such as credit/money, assets/liability, interest rates, debt cycles, productivity growth, the debt burden, deleveraging, austerity, debt restructuring, redistribution of wealth, money printing and the role of the central bank & central government in the economy.Whether you teach an economics course or not, if you can find time to schedule in this stand alone lesson your students will benefit tremendously by understanding how the economic machine works. Although it would be helpful for students to have some background knowledge, it is not necessary, as Ray Dalio breaks down the way the entire economy works brilliantly.

Crash Course Kids - Welcome to the Neighborhood (#2.1) Free Youtube Guide CoverCrash Course Kids - Life Science - Gotta Eat! (E01) Free Youtube Guide Cover

(Download) CRASH COURSE KIDS – LIFE SCIENE (E01) – Free YouTube Guide

(Download) CRASH COURSE KIDS – EARTH SCIENCE (E01) – Free YouTube Guide

These two free Crash Course Kids Youtube Guides challenge students to get the most out of these entertaining, short, yet substantive videos.

All guides Available on YouTube

Other Free Resources

Free Movie Guides & Resources

Liberty’s Kids Free Youtube Guide [The Boston Tea Party E01]

Crash Course Kids Free Youtube Life Science Guide [Gotta Eat! E01]

Maps and Other Free Resources

Discounted Movie Guide Bundles

Complete Liberty’s Kids Youtube Guide (40 episodes) [not free]

Netflix Bundle of 10 Movie Guides (Special 50% off discount) [not free]

Disney + Bundle of 10 Movie Guides (Special 50% off discount) [not free]

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