"Crocodile's Toothache" Poem by Shel Silverstein
This animated video of the poem from the bestseller Where The Sidewalk Ends, "The Crocodile's Toothache," is narrated by poet Shel Silverstein (Uncle Shelby) himself. A puppet-like digital graphics rendition of the poem for any Silverstein-loving child or adult. London Metropolitan University MA Digital Film and Animation Major Project; Poet/Performer Shel Silverstein, Animator/Director Aida Alemy. with music (2:19)
Biome Project on Grasslands
This video is a student school project about Grasslands. What animals and people live in grasslands. Note:Students get off subject act silly at the end of the video. Has good information, but poor production quality. Run time 09:08.
The Human Genome Project: Applications
Professor George Wolfe discusses the human genome project in this video from Thinkwell's online Biology series. This video uses lecture format and a whiteboard to aid in explanation. Run time 15:24.
The Human Genome Project: Recent Findings
The Human Genome Project recent findings - Professor George Wolfe discusses the human genome project in this video from Thinkwell's online Biology series. The video uses lecture format and a whiteboard to aid in explanations
Chemistry for Dummies - Three Types of Bonds
This video is a student-made chemistry project. Host, Ian Lepo, and Guest Star, David Oles discuss the three types of chemical bonds (ionic, covalent, and metallic) in this first episode of Chemistry for Dummies. Sound quality is low but information is still usable. Run time 03:49.
How To Stop Pop Can Fizz
Crazy Chris from So Cool Science shows you how to stop the pop can fizz & win the science fair. Chris shakes up a six pack and tries several different methods to get the fizz out of the can before opening it. He then discusses the steps in the scientific method to help you set up this project (or others) for a science fair project. Run time 03:45.
Christmas Lesson Plan Ideas
Check out www.Teachnology.com We look at Christmas project ideas for your classroom. We offer some teaching ideas you probably havent heard of before.
The Beautiful Math of Coral
Margaret Wertheim leads a project to re-create the creatures of the coral reefs using a crochet technique invented by a mathematician -- celebrating the amazements of the reef, and deep-diving into the hyperbolic geometry underlying coral creation. Run time 15:31.
This video clip shows a hand drawn geometric shape as the definition scrolls over the shape. Definitions are wordy. Nice musical background. Student created geometry project. (4:10)
Polish Immigrants Project done by students in an elementary school. Video shows Poland on a map, explains why Polish immigrants can to America, what they brought to the United States, such as food, language, and music, and video shows the clothes that Polish people wore. This video is good quality and good information.
Project done by students in an elementary school. Video shows Poland on a map, explains why Polish immigrants can to America, what they brought to the United States, such as food, language, and music, and video shows the clothes that Polish people wore. This video is good quality and good information.
Simile, Metaphor, Personification
This is a quick video of what a simile, metaphor, or personification is. Video is instructions for a class project. This video can be used as review. It also gives instruction on how to make writing more exciting. Simile uses like or as, metaphor is a direct relationship, personification gives something human qualities. Video is review for simile, metaphor, and personification. It is a short video and goes very fast. Good video for element
Onomatopoeia This is an student English project. The slide show talks about the meaning of onomatopoeias – words that imitate the sound they represent. Many examples of onomatopoeias and how they are used are shown. Video also shows how they can be used in writing, or to give a picture action, or as a fashion statement. (2:06)
This is an student English project. The slide show talks about the meaning of onomatopoeias – words that imitate the sound they represent. Many examples of onomatopoeias and how they are used are shown. Video also shows how they can be used in writing, or to give a picture action, or as a fashion statement. (2:06)
This is a student-created project for a literacy assignment. The student reads the list of words in a way that the viewer understands what onomatopoetic words are.
How to Make Floating Bubbles
VideoJug user KipKay shows you how to make bubbles float. This is a
great science project that kids will love, so learn how to make
All you need to make amazing floating bubbles is some of kid’s magic
soap bubbles and some dry ice in a large container. Dry ice is basically
carbon dioxide in
a solid form - it’s frozen at minus 109 degrees. It doesn’t melt; it
turns from a solid right to a gas, in this case carbon dioxide gas.
Baby's Own Aesop: The Fox and the Crane, an illustration by Walter Crane
Here the sly Fox invited the long-necked Crane to dinner but served soup on a flat plate knowing full well that poor Crane's bill would get nothing. Crane then returned the favor when they next met; he served soup in a long bottle, and the Fox got nothing! Sound has some microphone feedback. Moral: Two can play that game!
Public domain material from Project Gutenberg. Audio by Dennis Sayers for Librivox (audio recording is also in the public domain). (1:03)
Series of great quotes with illustrations. Would make a good autobiographical video project for students to pick out great quotes that apply to them. Grades 7-12. 4:10 min.
Lecture by Dr. Ken Miller on human evolution. Talks about the relationship between Homo sapiens and the other primates. He discusses a recent finding of the Human Genome Project which identifies the exact point of fusion of two primate chromosomes that resulted in human chromosome #2. Color video with sound. 4:23 min.
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
This is a video of a school project that several student made. The students enact scenes from The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain. Text passages from the book are shown on between scenes.
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn: Chapter 2
This video is a student project for English class. The students act out scenes based on the novel, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain. This is Chapter 2 of the novel.