This month we’re featuring Wonderscape Education in our content partner spotlight. Wonderscape is one of the best-known producers of preK-12 videos that engage and challenge students for core curriculum subjects including math, science, ELA, and social studies. Take a look at some of their top videos to find out for yourself why Wonderscape is always popular with teachers, publishers, edtechs, and Ministries of Education.

Want to learn how you can use these videos and thousands more like them in your courses? Get in touch to chat with our team.


1- Communities and Geography

What is a community? What are the different types of communities? What is geography? What are the different types of bodies of water and landforms on Earth? How does geography affect communities? Find out the answers to these questions and more with this detailed introduction to human geography. 


2- Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott

Learn all about Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott.  Understand what influenced Rosa's working years, why she was arrested, what the Montgomery Bus Boycott was, what the Supreme Court ruling pertaining to segregation on public buses achieved, what Rosa accomplished in her later years and her lasting legacy. 


3- All About New Year's 

Learn all about the origins of New Year's in a fun, kid-friendly style with detailed graphics, diagrams and on-screen, multiple-choice reviews at the end of each segment that reinforce important concepts. An instant classic and a fun holiday tradition!


4- From Selma to Montgomery - Marching with Martin Luther King Jr.

Discover what led to the civil rights protests in Selma, Alabama in 1965. What were the events of Bloody Sunday? What did Martin Luther King, Jr. do in its aftermath? How did the official march from Selma to Montgomery on March 21, 1965 unfold? What were the effects of this march? Find out with original footage and detailed analysis. 


5- Basic Literary Terms - Point of View

Explore essential literary terms while analyzing classic works of literature. What is 1st, 2nd and 3rd person point of view? What are omniscience and limited omniscience? What is alternating point of view? The answers to all of this are covered in depth with detailed graphics and engaging examples.


If you need clear, engaging videos for your courses, Wonderscape is a proven favorite in the classroom and Boclips makes it easy to incorporate their content into your learning materials. Want to find out more? Get in touch to talk with our team about how you can make learning captivating with video, seamlessly and safely.


Kim Ramsey

Kim is Boclips' Director of Partner Success and manages both K-12 and business education accounts. She is a former K-12 educator and Director of Instructional Technology and holds a Master's Degree in Educational Technology.

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