This awesome video demonstrates how an eagle attempts to catch something out of the water and after several attempts he finally lands on top of it and then swims it to shore. This is one persistent and probably hungry eagle. Good video to show during a lesson on food webs and food chains.
In this video you will actually get a chance
to see how old your ears are. This video does an excellent job
explaining the science behind it as well as actually demonstrating this
scientific concept to your students and yourself. See how old your ears
In this video National Geographic takes a look at some rock climbing
goats. They discuss some of their strengths and explain how the goats
can climb the mountains so well. The footage and voice overs are a lot
of fun to watch an listen to.
In this science video, we see how a mosquito behaves, a little bit about the history of mosquitoes, and the possible side effects from a mosquito's bite or sting. If you are teaching a science lesson on parasites, then this video would be a good one to introduce the blood sucking mosquito.
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.