ICELAND on Vimeo
A short video of selected scenic shots and animals from Iceland, set to music. Run time 02:58
Simba Sings The Math Song
A cute introduction to elementary math. (1:59)
Foundations of Math (Part 1 of 4)
This is a video to help with mastering the foundation of secondary school math. The topics on this clip (place value, integers, exponents, order of operations, distributive property, decimal place value..) are what is needed to understand and master secondary math. Text narration on slides with music in the background. This is part one of four parts.
run time 4:58
Counting Down From Twenty Song
In this animated video children will practice counting down from 20. Students will enjoy the cute song. The numbers appear on the screen as they are said.The lyrics repeat themselves several times. (3:12)
Earthquake Country, Introduction
There are other segments of this series on WatchKnow. This is the introductory series to 'Earthquake' country which is suitable for middle school and high school students. Through live-action demonstrations and vivid animations, Dr. Pat Abbott explains how earthquakes have shaped the scenery and the character of the greater Los Angeles area. Dr. Abbott shows how faults capable of large earthquakes lie beneath most of the area, posing great risk to the millions of people living in earthquake coun
This is a slide show listing verbs of action. There are images and illustrations for each verb and the words are read out as you see them on the screen.
Skull (Part 1) Tutorial
Video uses hand drawn diagrams to identify and discuss the structure and physiology of the skull. Covers bones from the side view. Good review for a test. Music in background is a little distracting, and video is a little pixelated. Grades 9-12. 6:16 min.
The Clever Falcon - Tales from Arabian Nights
This animated story is about a king who got lost in the woods with his falcon pet. At first the king gets angry when the falcon does not let him drink water from a pond but then he realises that the falcon had saved his life.
All magnetic fields can be thought to be produced by electric currents. The relationship between a current and the magnetic field it produces is a little peculiar geometrically, and takes some getting used to. The law of Biot and Sarvart, the force between electric currents, and Ampere's law.
How do changes in Earth's magnetic field and ionosphere affect us? - Part 2
Part 2 in a discussion on How do changes in Earth's magnetic field and ionosphere affect us? Gang Lu – National Center for Atmosphere Research. Talks about her data analysis of radar and satellite data. Talks about the continuing exploration of all that is to be investigated in exploring the fine particle changes in the aurora. Run time 03:38.
Polovtsian Dances by Alexander Borodin
Mikhail Fokine's choreography for the Polovtsian Dances by Borodin, as performed by the Kirov Opera and Ballet under Valery Gergiev. From PRINCE IGOR, available on DVD from Philips. (6:09)
Video interview with a paleontologist who tells why trilobites are her favorite fossils. Grades 5-12. Includes closed captioning. 2:26 min.
This professionally-made video takes you on a field trip to Nevada to study Trilobite fossils near Las Vegas. The video features sketches and actual Trilobite fossils with on camera comments from paleo experts. The video also discusses some other work by the Paleo Society since its founding in April of 2007. (03:08)
T. Rex Blood?
In this video segment adapted from NOVA scienceNOW, learn how scientists are hoping to better understand the biology of dinosaurs by studying the insides of fossil bones. Hear about the accidental discovery of dinosaur soft tissue by paleontologist Dr. Mary Schweitzer, and how this tissue enables scientists to learn more about dinosaur physiology and pathology. For example, soft tissue could provide information about toxins that led to dinosaur deaths. Closed Captioning is included. Run time 04:
Evolution of the Woolly Mammoth
Scientists explain how they believe the jungle elephant adapted to the changing world climate to become the king of the Ice Age - the Woolly Mammoth. (01:48)
This is a short movie about a lonely mammoth wandering around in a blizzard. This animation was by a David Otzen from 3D College Denmark. The beautiful images are set to music and although there is no narration, it could be a nice introduction to a lesson about the Mammoth or about extinction. (01:45)
Tribute to Mammoths - Flurry of Frozen Fury
This episode of Mammoth Journey - from BBC´s Walking with Beasts TV series - shows the incredible journey of the mighty Mammoth in an Ice age (European continent, 30.000 ago). They traveled every year to spend the summer in the grassland of north´s plains, and left it when the frozen fury of the ice age´s winter arrived. The images are set to music. No narration. (04:43)
White Deer Evolution - CBS News
The closest things to Unicorns, a herd of white deer, were spotted in Seneca Co., New York, on land belonging to the U.S. Army. This deer herd came from a pair with a recessive trait. Video also discusses the economic impact of preserving habitats. News clip. Grades 5-12. 2:38 min.
Real Animal Hybrids from Crossbreeding
(Song: With Arms Wide Open - Creed) You will see many animals hybrid or cross-breeding pics. Some famous examples are liger (male lion-female tiger) and a geep. (04:34)
Awesome Meteor Shower in Raleigh NC on December 9, 2008
This shows a personal video of a meteor shower in Raleigh, NC, USA. Run time 01:19.