Alphabet Cards: Learn the ABC's
Learn the alphabet letters and sounds with this funny, new, original video for early learners. The video is colorful. Each letter name, sound and example word is said as the image is displayed.
Letter A techno song
Cartoon letters dance to a techno beat. The long and short sounds of A are repeated over and over.
Soul A Song - Sesame Street
This video is a song about the letter a and the sounds it makes. Classic Sesame Street parody of James Brown. (:34)
Soul O - Long and Short "o"
Classic Sesame Street video about long and short "o." The James Brown like singer gives examples of words beginning with both "o" sounds. (:35)
The Vowels - A Song
The vowels, A, E, I, O, and U, are displayed with many picture examples of words starting with both short and long vowel sounds. The song is very catchy. (1:29)
The Orthodox Church - A visual journey
This video presents some sights and sounds of the Orthodox Church.
Journey with the explore team to the spiritual city of Lhasa, the capital of Tibet. See Potala Palace, the traditional winter home of the Dalai Lama and a pilgrimage destination for thousands of Buddhists. Listen to the sounds of monks practicing the art of debate at the Sera Monastery, and witness the many ways in which new technologies are changing the Tibetan cultural landscape. (professional video)
Oh, G - I Love That Letter Song
Classic Sesame Street song, noting the hard and hard sounds of the letter 'g'. (2:18)
Between the Lions: What's Cooking? - Slammed and Rammed Ham In this episode of "What's Cooking with Theo and Cleo," our lovable (and loving) lion hosts demonstrate how to make one of the world's great delicacies, "Slammed and Rammed Ham With No Yam or Clam." Author(s):
In this episode of "What's Cooking with Theo and Cleo," our lovable (and loving) lion hosts demonstrate how to make one of the world's great delicacies, "Slammed and Rammed Ham With No Yam or Clam." Author(s):
"It" Word Family Story and Song
Practice reading words in the "it" word family. Slide show with pictures and the word. The narrator and singers sometimes add "uh" to the end of consonants when articulating individual sounds which can be confusing for some learners. (2:24)
How to Read and Write the Past Tense of Regular English Verbs
This lesson covers the rules both for pronouncing and for spelling past tense verbs. Examples are shown for the three sounds of -ed, how to add ed to regular verbs, and rules for adding ed to a verb. (12:10)
Homophones Quiz Part 2 of 2
This is an electronic worksheet testing the knowledge of homophones - words that sounds alike, have different spellings and different meanings. For example, knight and night. This video lets the student practice homophones by filling in the blanks of sentences. Answers are provided. (5:57)
Onomatopoeia are words that describe a sounds. This very short clip shows words that are onomatopoeia along with a song.
Why Does Helium Change Your Voice?
Why does sucking on helium make your voice sound funny? See if this question can stump Dr. Charlotte Grayson. Helium is a colorless and odorless gas, and lighter than air. It changes your voice by altering the environment where sounds are formed. Run time 01:27.
Renewable Natural Resources
Describes what a renewable natural resource is and why they are important. grades 5-9. No narration, only subtitles and nature sounds. 1:09 min.
Making Sound Visible through Cymatics
Evan Grant demonstrates the science and art of cymatics, a process for making soundwaves visible. Useful for analyzing complex sounds (like dolphin calls), it also makes complex and beautiful designs. Run time 04:37.
Student-produced video for a physics class that shows how sound comes from a variety of sources with different characteristics. It explains properties of sounds, and how these properties change depending on the environment. Video explains how the human ear perceives sound, and what makes something noise. Grades 9-12. 9:13 min.
Forest Song Video
Toot learns about the forest by listening to its sounds.
Thirteen Days of Looking at a Hummingbird
Shot over thirteen days, these vignettes show the activity around a hummingbird nest in an urban setting. The video was inspired by the poem "Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird." No narration. Just music and sounds from the setting. Run time 07:18.
This excellent video was created by a college student and uses simple animation to show words that represent sounds. Suitable for third-graders and older.