Giada, from the Food Network, shows how to prep and grill fresh vegetables topped with a vinaigrette.
This video clip is about Presidents Day. Presidents Day is a United States federal holiday celebrated on the third Monday in February. (Amateur video probably made for ESL students.)
Study Skills Video Refreshers
Four short videos that cover goal setting, reading tips, test taking, and note taking. The sound quality is inferior, but the material is explained in depth.
Teach Me How to Study
A musical presentation on ways to study. Students will probably like it more than teachers, but it does go through how to get organized, ignore those who are trying to cheat, and ignoring those that want to bring you down. Three minutes.
How Can I Improve My Study Habits?
To improve study habits, take detailed notes during class, organize and transcribe the notes into a separate notebook and do a manageable amount of homework and studying every day are just some of the good ideas presented in this 2:30 video
How to Study Effectively
A two minute video that quickly reviews tips to study better from getting the right equipment, place, and materials before you start. This video has lots of good ideas and is well worth showing students. Visualizing is also stressed as a form of mentally preparing for a test as the Greeks did.
How To Type Faster In Few Days
This four minute video does not really get started to the two minute mark and refers you to a website. Once you get to that point the rest of the video is needlessly wordy.
A muscial tribute to the U.S. flag and the history of Flag Day, June 14 with text that will have to be read to younger students.
U.S. Flag Song
This song helps young children to remember the number of stars and stripes on our flag and the name of our country. It can be sung after the pledge of allegiance while the students either march in place or march around the room.
Pre-Schoolers Integrate History and Science Into Thanksgiving By Making Butter
This lesson shows how children make butter. The children shake heavy cream to make butter. Each person took a turn shaking the container until the buttermilk separated out and the fat turned into butter. Dr. Oakley explained to the children that the small parts in the butter, called fat molecules, bang together as we shake the container. As they bang together more and more, they begin to stick together, which makes the butter. The children learned that a liquid can become a solid. Th
The Berenstain Bears-The Prize Pumpkin-Part 1 of 2-Thanksgiving
In this video, Papa Bear becomes very competitive about the annual Thanksgiving pumpkin contest. Mama tries to explain that Thanksgiving is about giving thanks and not about winning a contest. This is a good companion teaching resource for reading Berenstain Bears books in the classroom and/or library. This is a great video to show in conjunction with the book The Prize Pumpkin during the Thanksgiving season. Students will enjoy watc
The Berenstain Bears-The Prize Pumpkin-Part 2 of 2-Thanksgiving
In part 2 of this video, Papa Bear continues to be obsessive about winning the annual Thanksgiving pumpkin contest and lets it interfere with his friendship with Farmer Ben. Papa wins third place and realizes he should not have treated his friend so rudely. The Bear family share a special Thanksgiving and are very thankful for special friends and the "giant" pumpkin pie. This is a good companion teaching resource for reading Berenstain Bear books in the classroom and/or library. This video would
Comet: Arrival, Show, and farewell
The once-in-a-lifetime expectation and approach, spectacular and beautiful show, and eternal farewell. The video footage is set to music Run time 03:44.
2 Dimensional Basic Geometric Shapes
Section two is good for comparing and contrasting geometric shapes. The first section is about real world shapes. The sound quality of the first section is scratchy. The second section uses animation to highlight the attributes of the different shapes. Excellent. The third section is a primary classroom where students are sorting shapes which is not particularly interesting. (4:29)
The Number One
This is a slide show with many different things representing the number ONE. There are many picture representations such as dice, a dot, and a one-year-old baby. There is no sound, only the image and text. The slide show takes around 03:00- 05:00 minutes depending on the speed the teacher spends on each slide.
Children Paint the Number 18
The children look at an image of the number 18, then proceed to paint the number 18 on their hands, feet, and inside a mural in this Sesame Street classic.
Sesame Street - Growing Numbers #18
18 numbers that magically grow anywhere in this Sesame Street video.
The Nine Planets - Pluto's "Honorable Mention"
This video has been updated to include pluto's new classification but they decide that it still needs an "honorable mention" in the series. This short clip is suitable for older elementary, middle school, and high school students. Run time 01:06.
Neil DeGrasse Tyson recounts the controversy about America's favorite former planet -- Pluto. He talks with Ira in the NPR studio in New York about the new rules for planetary status.
This video gives basic information about Rosh Ha'Shanah. It contains a lot of text and has some images accompanying it.