3-D Shapes in the Real World
Learn the names of the 3-d shapes and see real world examples of each. Cubes, triangular prisms, cones and cylinders. Slide show accompanied by music. Names of shapes appear on the screen.
2-D and 3-D Shapes in the Real World
Learn about shapes using real world examples. This video takes the learner on a tour of real world examples of 2D and 3D shapes.
Shapes in the Real World
This slide show presentation gives a shape and asks the learner if they can find that shape in the next slide of real world objects.
Geometrical Shapes in the Real World
How many shapes can you find??? This slide show presentation shows several pictures and asks the learner if the can find shapes in these pictures.
Magic School Bus is Out of This World
Join Ms. Frizzle and the class as they rocket into space and follow an astroids path. In the process, the kids see comets, meteors, and other space objects. This Magic School Bus video covers the following two concepts: (1) Asteroids, comets, and smaller space objects move in predictable paths, called orbits, around the sun. and (2) Sometimes an object's orbit and the Earth's orbit cross. Most objects burn up in the Earth's atmosphere, but sometimes they crash to the ground. Run time 22 minu
The Children of the World Choir
A short video about working together to change the world. (:30)
CBS: World Response To Obama Presidential Win
How will President-elect Barack Obama change the world's opinion of the U.S.? Katie Couric speaks with CBS News chief foreign affairs correspondent Lara Logan about this historic win.
The World of Biophysics
In this Wichita State University program, Don Lamb, professor of physical chemistry at Ludwig University of Munich, delivers a lecture on the biophysics. Dr. Lamb explains the history of biophysics and how the intersection of biology and physics helps to explain living systems. Lamb discusses his research into the world of biophysics and fluorescence. Grades 10-12. 58:56 min.
The Synesthetic World
Video describes synesthesia, which is the blending or mixing of senses. A synesthete, for example, might see colors when listening to music or taste flavors when hearing a word. Dr. David Eagleman of Baylor College of Medicine explains this strange condition, and four synesthetes explain how they perceive the world. Grades 7-12. 28:57 min.
World Geographical Regions
This explains the different aspects of human and physical characteristics that define the culture of different areas. Slides, text, and narration are used. Fair quality amateur video.
What the World Looks Like 1
This video features great photographs with words above the images while the instructor reads the words. Suitable for elementary and ESL students. Can also be used as a social studies/geography tool.
The World of Children's Author Robert Munsch
In this video we take you to the whimsical exhibition for children and
families that highlights many popular Robert Munsch stories and
characters. They are brought to life through various interactive
components and engaging and quirky activities.
This video is about world population. The video provides a graphic description of world population growth from 1 A.D.
World Top 10 Most Venomous Insects!
What is the most venomous insect? Bee? Wasp? Ant? You will find out by watching this video. This video is set up as a slide show, and is set to music. It shows photos of the insects along with written descriptions of the venom of the insect and the symptoms that a bite from that insect can cause.
Glowing Life in an Underwater World
Some 80 to 90 percent of undersea creatures make light -- and we know very little about how or why. Bioluminescence expert Edith Widder explores this glowing, sparkling, luminous world, sharing glorious images and insight into the unseen depths (and brights) of the ocean. Edith Widder combines her expertise in research and technological innovation with a commitment to stopping and reversing the degradation of our marine environment. Run time 17:20.
South Africa 2010 World Cup Official Song - Waving Flag - K'naan
This is the Official Theme of South Africa's Football World Cup It's called Waving Flag (It's an adapted version) and it's sang by K'naan. The symbol is displayed throughout the whole video as the song is sung. (3:37)
The World of Chemistry
People dressed up as elements and compounds at a "party" demonstrate chemical attractions, element separations, and explosive reations in a fun way. No narration or explanations. The video is a skit set to music. Run time 01:30.
Wonders of the Natural World - Victoria Falls This video looks at Victoria Falls and gives information about the falls. Video discusses where the falls are located, how high and wide the falls are, how it was named, and where the falls fall into, and how much water goes over the falls edges. Video is of good quality, it is a short video and narrator talks fast. (0:55)
This video looks at Victoria Falls and gives information about the falls. Video discusses where the falls are located, how high and wide the falls are, how it was named, and where the falls fall into, and how much water goes over the falls edges. Video is of good quality, it is a short video and narrator talks fast. (0:55)
Wonders of the Natural World - Mount Everest Video is presented by watchmojo.com. Video gives details about Mount Everest, how high it is, how it was named, the mountain range that contains Mount Everest, and how often it has been climbed. Video is of good quality, it is a short video and narrator talks fast. Video would be appropriate for children of all grade levels.
Video is presented by watchmojo.com. Video gives details about Mount Everest, how high it is, how it was named, the mountain range that contains Mount Everest, and how often it has been climbed. Video is of good quality, it is a short video and narrator talks fast. Video would be appropriate for children of all grade levels.
Wonders of the Natural World - Northern Lights
Video is presented by watchmojo.com. Video explains the northern lights in detail, such as why they happen, where they can be seen the best, and why they were named the northern lights. Video is of good quality, it is a short video and narrator talks fast. Video would be appropriate for children of all grade levels.