This is a cute retelling of the events of the Continental Congress on the road to independence at the beginning of the Revolutionary War. It could be used as a review, introduction, or compare and contrast assignment.
Levin Intermediate School in New York had a couple of math classes
create a math video as a parody to the Gangnam Style song. The topic
was long division. The toon is pretty catchy. When a
teachers wants to discuss more on long division and demonstrate the
process differently this video is going to be great.
Bill Nye said about the Joy of Discovery is awesome. It is the joy of
discovery that makes every human being a scientist. We explore, test,
hypothesize and form conclusions. Watch this video with your students
to see if they agree with what was said. The images and videos attached
to this video are beautiful.
This is an excellent video about how the absence and reintroduction of
wolves in Yellowstone affected the Yellowstone food web and even change
the behavior of rivers. Now you might be wondering as I did, how in the
heck can wolves change the behavior or the Yellowstone rivers. The
images in this video are very beautiful and your students will enjoy
this short video. If you are teaching some ecology in your science
classroom then this video is for you.
Here is a rap song about the different shapes and angles. Words that
are discussed are rhombus, right angles, triangles, acute angles,
parallelograms, etc... It features elementary students and is sung at
about the elementary grade level.
This video is well made about the different types of angles. I think
the tune is catchy and students can get a visual idea of what the
different types of angles are. The main angles sung about are obtuse,
acute, straight, and right angles. It also talks about rays and end
points. Could be a good video to introduce angles to young students.