Show this video to your science students to demonstrate that kids can become recognized and perform much good for their society using science. In this video 3 normal teenage girls who won the Google Science Fair for 2014, discuss their scientific investigations on solving a real world problem. It goes through each of the step of the scientific method and how the three came up with a question, designed an experiment, gathered data and the analyzed the data.
In this video symbiotic relationships are discussed. The video does a great job detailing the relationships between symbiotic organisms, mutualism, commensalism, and parasitism. As part of the discussion the symbiotic relationship of the clown fish and sea anemone are explored.
With this video students will learn about how energy and matter get transferred through different organisms via the food chain. Sun Energy, Producers, Primary Consumers, Herbivores, Secondary Consumers, Carnivores, Tertiary Consumers, Top/Apex Predators, and The Ten Percent Rule are all discussed and explained in this video.
This video visually discusses what ecosystems and biomes are. The video is 16 minutes long. It talks about the 7 major biomes on Earth, arctic, coniferous forest, deciduous forest, desert, grasslands, aquatic, and the rainforests. Permafrost and savanna are also discussed. At the very end of the video, the narrator demonstrates how to make a terrarium.
This is a great video not only for teaching about Valentine's Day, but also about friendship as Franklin accidently loses his Valentines for his class and he learns a wonderful lesson about forgiveness and friendship.
This is a great mini biography that explores the life of President Abraham Lincoln, including the Lincoln Douglas debates, the Emancipation Proclamation, Gettysburg, and his death at Ford's theater by John Wilkes Booth.