Salsa is Georgia Public Broadcasting's award-winning Spanish language series for young learners in kindergarten through the third grade. Puppets in familiar stories, digital graphics and animation teach the language.
With a little encouragement from his sister, Ramon discovers that creativity is about a lot more than getting things just "right." Combining the spareness of fable with the potency of parable, the creator of The Dot shines a bright beam of light o...Read More
This documentary presents the stories of Noé and Timoteo, two inhabitants of Texcoco, who managed to escape unharmed after receiving an electric shock from lightning. However, their lives take an unexpected turn when they begin to experience dream...Read More
Inside a small glass sphere, where a ship and a building share the space, they have run out of water. A child lives in the building and by mistake has thrown away the bowl of water that his goldfish urgently needs in order to live. They will have ...Read More
Requesón is a small mouse who loves junk food and soap operas. He ate and ate until he got stuck in a hole. Will anyone help rescue him?
The citizens of Tictactópolis live at a frantic pace and rely on digital clocks. However, Cosme, the watchmaker, dedicates his life to keeping the last non-digital clock running in the city. The city has issued a decree to demolish the clock. That...Read More
Students explore the relationship between observations and measuring things in science. Specific ways of measuring length, mass, volume, and temperature are demonstrated using tools common to the classroom. Other terminology includes unit of measu...Read More
Spanish is the second most common language in the United States after English. Examines the influence of Mexican culture in the United States and the debate in Mexico about the Anglicization of Spanish. Mexico's multicultural heritage is explored...Read More
Explains the importance of the Roman influence in the development of the Iberian Peninsula, particularly in Spain. Describes the Romanization of Spain's political, social, and cultural systems as well as the different Roman contributions that help...Read More
Explains the effects that the Spanish conquest and colonization had on South America, illustrating how Spain's history and culture still remain alive in the continent. Presents a look at 21st century life in five South American cities: Caracas, Ca...Read More
Beautiful songs by the trio, Los Panchos, and an intensely romantic story make this film a prototype of the rural melodrama. Maria and Agustin have grown up in the same town and have been friends. Maria's wealthy and cynical father, Fabian, oppo...Read More