Do you ever have those students who procratinate getting their science project turned in? Well here is a relevant comic about an alien that needs a human for its science project, but procrastinated its deadline. Might be a fun comic to show during your science fair time. You can find more comics at Speedbump.com
Here is a great image from the Awkwardyeti that depicts a funny possible reason for the dinosaur extinction. The image depicts two T-rexes that have arms too small to pass the food at the dinner table.
This is a great activity/demonstration that middle school math teachers could use to demonstrate the commutative property using skittles. You can either demonstrate the concept in front of the class, or you can give yours students a chance to demonstrate it to the class using different configurations of individual and bags of skittles. They can also see how combining like terms actually works.
This TEDEd video discusses five parasites and how they affect the hosts brain. The parasites it discusses are the Gordian Worm, Rabies Virus, Ophio-Cordyceps, Plasmodium, and Toxoplasma. Each one of the parasites has a unique way of getting the host to help it reproduce.
This SciShow video discusses what Demodex mites are, how we get them on our skin and why they would choose our faces to live. This video teaches that students are never alone. Millions of creatures depend on them for survival.
This MinuteEarth video does a great job exploring the history and science behind spoiled foods such cheese, wine, coffe, and breads. It discusses how bacteria help to make our food healthy and good to eat as well as some of the dangers behind certain bacteria such as salmonella.
During a leap year, this video would be great to show your students when the question arises, "Why do we have a leap year?" This video discusses the calendar that was developed by the Romans and the Egyptians. Lunar and Solar calendars are discussed.