" 3-D Shapes I Know"- A Song With Real-Life Examples
This computer-animated video contains a lively song which identifies the 3-D shapes ( sphere, cylinder, cube, and cone) and shows real-life examples of each. ( 3:18)
Wanna Be An 8?
Begins with advertisement. Classic Sesame Street snippet featuring Ernie. A creepy character wants to sell Ernie an 8 so he can remember that an octopus has 8 legs and that he eats breakfast at 8:00. (2:59)
Sesame Street: The Count Sings of 8
This is a video from Sesame Street. The Count sings about the letter 8. (The puppet does NOT count to 8--the puppet just sings about tje number 8 in 47 seconds.)
The Number Guy Sings About Nine
The classic Sesame Street number guy sings about the number 9. Jerry Nelson voices the song. (:34)
Chromosomes and Cell Reproduction
Teacher-produced slide show with detailed notes on chromosomes and the cell cycle. Discusses key chromosomes and specific abnormalities that may occur. No sound. Too much text on slides, but the pictures that are included are very good and illustrate the points made. Grades 9-12. Run time 04:05.
Barack Obama Campaigns for Health Care Reform: Newport News, Virginia
Barack Obama spoke about changing health care in America in Newport News, Virginia on October 4, 2008.
Norway has one of the highest standards of living in the world, it is rich in natural resources. For Norwegians, you are not truly wealthy until you can strick a balance that leaves plenty of time for play with family and friends. Video is good quality and appropriate for all students.
Pressure and Density of Water
This video demonstrates how water pressure affects objects (like a can) at varying depths. It shows how water's weight presses on the objects (force per unit area). 1:37 min.
States of Matter - Changes in State
This professionally-made video explains and demonstrates the boiling point, melting point, and freezing point of various substances. Some of the substances discussed include: water, butter, rock, and carbon dioxide. (03:04)
Overcoming Dyslexia. Part of the series: Dyslexia. Overcoming dyslexia involves a great deal of patience, time and commitment to achieve the same level of education as those without dyslexia. Learn about overcoming this condition from a recognized expert. (2:23)
Learn about the Nature of Fluids
Learn about the Nature of Fluids - Kitchens are full of fluids you might never have known were there. A fluid can be a liquid, gas, solid, or even plasma. Check out this episode of Food Science, as Dr. Kiki drops some knowledge regarding viscosity and her main man Sir Isaac Newton. Run time 03:49.
Why Does Water Rise?
This short video shows an experiment where water is drawn up into a container as the oxygen is burned off. The water rises because they're heating up the air inside the beaker. As the heat went out, the air pressure start pushing the water up. the beaker exploded because it had so much force, that it bounced on the table. Run time 03:59.
Pronounce the Muscles (Part 4)
Video has a list of major muscle names, beginning with letters S through Z. The narrator pronounces the muscle names, and then allows the student to practice pronunciation. Words are a little blurry. Grades 9-12. 4:21 min.
Video discusses homonyms and then students play a game using homonyms. A sentence is made, but rather than using the homonyms they read the sentence with the word "porcupine" where the homonym goes. For example, The sky is porcupine. Everyone stared when I porcupined my nose. Then someone needs to guess the homonym, in this case it is blue/blew. Other examples are given. Good video and good idea of the game played, could be played at home or in th
Animal Mothers: Wood Duck Paratroopers
Informative video about the lives of wood duck hatchlings. Shows hatching of the wood duck and their 30 foot leap from the nest to the water on the next day. Run time 02:11
Lecture on Cell Transport
The following ideas are discussed and explained in video. Uses live examples and demonstrations. (Cell transport is movement of materials across cell membranes. Cell transport includes passive and active transport. Passive transport does not require energy whereas active transport requires energy to proceed. Passive transport proceeds through diffusion, facilitated diffusion and osmosis)
Dry Bones Connected - Song
This is an animated song. It shows a group of bones and how they little by little get connected and build a skeleton. The skeleton is built as the song is sung. The words to the song appear on the screen and each word is highlighted as it is sung. This is a wonderful teaching companion for a lesson/unit on the human body/skeletal system.
This is a brief, professionally-produced computer-animated video that discusses DNA replication. (00:48)
Amoeba Engulfs Algae Cells In Mono Lake, CA
Short video showing phagocytic action of an amoeba. This sample is taken from a high salt/high pH lake that is toxic to most organisms. No audio. Grades 5-12. 40 sec.
Colors in Spanish and English
This is a great video that teaches how to say colors in both, English and Spanish.