ELL Resources - Videos:2-5
Science: 2nd Grade
This is a rare post for me because it's a Sesame Street segment from the mid to late 90's. Although I collected tons of 70's classic segments, I recorded this one because I found it hilarious. This is the funniest "modern" Sesame Street segment I have seen! In fact, the ONLY funny one in my opinion. There were a few of these "dumb dog" segments in the 90's but this is the only one I have. I'm sure it's the funniest one though. This video will attract the "younger" Sesame Street fans, who by far out-populate the older fans like me. The proof is the 30 to 60000 hits the "newer" late 80's and 90's segments are getting.....and they were only posted one to two months ago!
Without a doubt, this is one of the big ones. I thought I'd put this up quick, because I figured I'd get requests for it eventually... this one just struck a chord with people! As for what it's a parody of... no one seems to know. Some people (myself included) think it was a parody of Lucas's "Lucas With The Lid Off", but no one really knows for sure... that seems to be the closest match. Got a Nye song request? Tell me!
Created by Pascal Campion. From TMBGs new DVD/CD set Here Comes Science. Available at iTunes and Amazon now! bit.ly
Here we see the later life stages of several Painted Lady (Vanessa cardui)Butterflies. Once the caterpillars are mature, they suspend themselves upside-down, by attaching a body part called the "cremaster" to a silken pad on the twig, much like the way Velcro works. In about 1 day, the caterpillar sheds its final skin to complete the pupation process. Inside the pupa, the caterpillar has essentially liquified itself into a soup of cells. During the next 12-14 days, metamorphosis takes place - the cells are "re-arranged" and transformed into the adult insect. For most of this process, there is no visible change on the outside, but as the final few days approach, the developing adult butterfly can be seen through the semi-transparent pupal case. The butterfly's wing colors and pattern can be seen to darken. Finally, the fully developed adult separates from the pupal shell about an hour before it emerges, a process called "eclosion". Once the adult emerges, it takes only a few minutes to expand its wings by pumping a body fluid into the wings' vein structure. After a couple of hours, the fluid dries and hardens, leaving the wings rigid enough propel it in flight.
Shot April 7, 2008 in Suzhou, China. The "balls" are silkworm larvae (like catepillars) that have finished their "eating" stage of their life cycle and are undergoing complete metamorphosis to transform into a pupae and then a moth. The catepillar/worm creates the safe coccoon in which to turn unto a pupae and then a moth. The coccoon is made out of silk. The process of harvesting the silk ends the life of the pupae. In order to reproduce the silkworms, other silkworms are allowed to fully mature into moths. When they emerge from the coccoon as moths, they destroy the coccoon, making the silk unusable. We did not see the silkworms in other life stages (egg, worm, moth.)
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A Lady Bug, also called Lady Bird, eats an aphid on milkweed. These aphids are also found on oleander. Both the adult ladybug and the nymph ladybug eat aphids. Shady Oak Butterfly Farm, Brooker, Florida
Tales from the Bug Whisperer. Mighty Milkweeds is a chapter from WHO WANTS TO BE AN ENTOMOLOGIST? Its all about the creatures you will find on the common milkweed. From Monarchs, beetles and bugs. You'll Love it!!!!
A Small Milkweed Bug explores Bug Island. tags: bug island small milkweed bug beetle true red orange black raynox dcr 250 dcr250 panasonic fz28 fz 28 super macro
A dramatic timelapse movie of a mealworm pupa emerging as a darkling beetle. Taken with the ProScope HR using the 1-10x lens and mounted on a stand. This movie is elapsed over a 25 minute period. The new beetles emerge almost white, but turn black within about 25 hours.
songlinesofthewhales.org An encounter with Sweetheart and her calf Heartthrob. An hour long encounter unique in the fact that it was the first time in our twenty years of research that a mother allowed a calf to interact directly with us in total trust. We name the whales mnemonically. We give them a name associated with a bodily marking or personality trait which helps us to remember and quickly recognize them in future encounters. Sweetheart, the mother, is named after a heart shaped marking she has near her dorsal fin. She is with her new calf Heartthrob who is only a few months old. Calves remain with their mother for about a year. Sweetheart had a calf in 1998 named Heartsong and a calf in 1999 named Heartbeat. The two escorts are also whales that are very well known to us. Their names are Nebo and Demi. The song is clearly audible through the hull of the research vessel. Depending on the proximity of the singer, the song is also audible while standing on the deck. The sound pressure level of the song is reduced significantly once it passes into the air. Whales speak to each other constantly. The cadence and syncopation of their normal conversations are much different from that of their songs. They often make sounds above water through their blow holes. Balaena universus hominis Whale as one with Human SONGLINES documents the evolution of the intricate and beautiful East Australian Humpback song. An hour of pristine digital recordings selected from five different ...
Cement making process.
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Igneous rocks are one of the three main classifications of rocks, and they are formed both above and below ground. Learn about the intrusive and coarse-grained nature of igneous rocks with help from a lab manager and research scientist in this free video on identifying rocks. Expert: Jane Stammer Contact: amrc.mines.edu Bio: Jane Stammer is a lab manager and research scientist in the Advanced Mineralogy Research Center at the Colorado School Of Mines. Stammer has a master's degree in geology. Filmmaker: Clay Roberts
Geology - metamorphic rock formation
Geology - sedimentary rock formation
Another one on the 'most wanted' list. I'm not sure what this is a spoof of, but someone said Pearl Jam... More on the way!
A flood hits a fire ant colony in the Amazon jungle. An amazing chance to see footage on how the species has adapted to water to protect their queen. From the BBC.
Can a minute driver ant outwit a much larger red ant? Great clip from BBC show Ant Attack.
Praying mantis searching for a meal in a creosote bush. Select from a 60-minute program on animal and insect camouflage and mimicry.
Attenborough explains the functions of fungi and parasites in the jungle. The "corpse flower," which weighs up to 10 kg in some species, is the only visible part of the parasitic plant Rafflesia, and can reach up to 100 cm in diameter.
The Pitcher plant is a carnivore that uses water to make more effective insect traps.
carnivorous plants discovered by David Attenborough( heliamphora, drossera, pinguicula,bromelia)
David Attenborough looks at another meat eating plant - the pitcher plant and how it catches insects. From the BBC.
David Attenborough looks at how this well known carnivorous plant captures its prey. From the BBC. Watch more Attenborough from BBC Worldwide here: www.youtube.com
Many theories abound about why zebras have stripes. One is that they serve as camouflage from the lion, its greatest predator. To a human, the black-and-white stripes seem to stand out against the golden grasses of the savanna. But to a lion - which is color-blind - a zebra lying in the grass is almost invisible. Distributed by tubemogul. explore™ (explore.org) is amultimedia organization that documents leaders around the world who have devoted their lives to extraordinary causes. Both educational and inspirational, explore creates a portal into the soul of humanity by championing the selfless acts of others.
The green slopes of the Sani Pass region are home to a rarely seen species of chameleon. Cameraman Boris von Schoenebeck scours the area in the hope of filming this elusive creature.
Click more for link to full video. Octopus in the process of camouflaging itself nearly perfectly. This clip is from a TED (Technology Entertainment Design) presentation by David Gallo showing the Octopus and other sea and deep sea creatures. The underwater video was shot by Roger Hanlon. Watch it full screen! Yeah, I know ... others have posted a similar video. I didn't do a search before I posted. (I won't do that again.) I got a clearer picture than most though, and the others don't have the comments by David Gallo, and the crowd's reaction to seeing it. You can see the whole video at: "www.ted.com For more info on Octopus Camouflage and intelligence check out is this video: www.youtube.com
nytimes.com - Carl Zimmer visits Dr. Roger Hanlon in his lab at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, MA.
Social Studies: General
This is one of the films included in our MLK-inspired collection, "Embracing the Dream: Lessons from the Not In Our Town Movement." The short film is preceded by individual perspective on Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy today. For more on the collection, visit: www.niot.org
This is the introduction to the Not In Our Town short film collection, Embracing the Dream: Lessons from the Not In Our Town Movement. See accompanying discussion guide—useful for lesson plans!—here: www.niot.org
Each year, Americans gather with families and friends in the third week of November to celebrate Thanksgiving. The celebration usually includes a meal of turkey, sweet potatoes, squash, cornbread, cranberries, and pumpkin pie. The first Thanksgiving meal in North America is thought to have taken place in sixteen-twenty-one as European settlers gathered with Native Americans to give thanks for a successful fall harvest. Many Americans believe Thanksgiving was created by the early European settlers. But as Jeff Swicord learns at the Museum of the American Indian in Washington DC, Native Americans also played a major role
A video on the history of Thanksgiving and the holiday celebrations.
A short documentary featuring the work of acclaimed photographer and social activist Vincenzo Pietropaolo, who has spent the last 25 years capturing images of farm workers and their struggle for justice, diginity and respect.
itunes.apple.com The Turkey Song (Except for the Turkey) is a funny Thanksgiving song by Bryant Oden, Songdrops.com (The Duck Song and I Got a Pea) Lyrics to The Turkey Song (A Funny Song for Thanksgiving) CGCG Its Thanksgiving day and were gathered round CGCD Little children make a joyful sound And theres no school and we get to play And were all thankful for this day CDG Except for the turkey La lala la la la la la Except for the turkey Theres a wreath of leaves on the front door And we all say what were thankful for Theres such good food and theres such great fun And theres such big smiles on everyone Except for the turkey La lala la la la la la Except for the turkey We all join hands and sing this song with happy hearts and a love thats strong We bow our heads then we have our feast Its a lovely day to say the least Except for the turkey La lala la la la la la Except for the turkey So if youre a turkey and youre still alive, you might kinda wanna hide Or soon youll probly be dead meat On this festive day youre what we eat So fly away to a distant land Where people think turkeys are grand Spread your wings and sore up high And be thankful that birds can fly Except for the turkey. La lala la la la la la La la la la la la la La lala la la la la Except for the turkey Its Thanksgiving day and were gathered round Little children make a joyful sound Theres such good food and theres such great fun Its a Happy Thanksgiving for everyone Except for the turkey La lala la la la la ...
Biography of Thomas Edison
Cesar Chavez, the California farm labor organizer, from the video: California: A Tribute. www.tributeseries.com Also www.jimhilgendorf.org
Gettysburg Address as recited by Jeff Daniels.
A video animation of Peter Sharkey's 3D White House, hosted by WhiteHouseMuseum.org, with narration.
The video of the very first moon landing of the apollo 11 mission in 1969! Neil Armstrong was the first man to set foot on the moon with his now legenday words "One small step for man, a giant leap for mankind." This is a truly amazing video and it was in 1969!!! If you think about it, you have orders of magnitude more processing power in your mobile phone than they did in the whole space craft!! Incredible!
Algeria, Bulgaria, Cambodia, Dominica, Egypt, France, The Gambia, Hungary, Iran, Japan, Kazakhstan, Libya, and Mongolia, Norway, Oman, Pakistan, Qatar, Russia, Suriname, Turkey, Uruguay, Vietnam, West Xylophone, Yemen, Zimbabwe. Design & animation by ColourMovie. From TMBGs CD/DVD set Here Come the ABCs. Available at iTunes at bit.ly and at Amazon at bit.ly
Science: 3rd Grade
Ravens are some of the cleverest animals to exist in the wild. Watch this amazing and complicated test of their intelligence here. Clip taken from BBC animal show Clever Critters, narrated by comedienne Dawn French.
Sequence shows various wheels and axles, how they work and are used in simple machines- and pulleys.
Physical Science project, about ENERGY (: There are 9 types of energy. Energy forms are either kinetic or potential. Kinetic energy forms are doing work like electrical, thermal, radiant, motion, and sound. Potential energy comes in forms that are stored including chemical, gravitational, mechanical, and nuclear. Electrical Energy is what is stored in a battery, and can be used to power a cell phone or start a car. Electrical energy is delivered by tiny charged particles called electrons, typically moving through a wire. Lightning is an example of electrical energy in nature. Electrical energy can be produced in several ways. It can be produced by a generator but it can also be produced by a battery in a chemical reaction. Some objects that use electrical energy are television, toaster, microwave, computer and cell phones. Thermal Energy, or heat, is the vibration and movement of the atoms and molecules in objects. As an object is heated up, its atoms and molecules move and collide faster. Geothermal energy is the thermal energy in the Earth. The sun is the biggest source for thermal energy. Some examples of Thermal energy are A fire, rubbing your hands together causing friction, and boiling water. Radiant Energy is electromagnetic energy that travels in waves. Radiant energy includes visible light, x-rays, gamma rays and radio waves. Light is one type of radiant energy. Sunshine is radiant energy, which provides the fuel and warmth that make life on Earth possible ...
How Elevators and Pulleys Work
This animation depicts a classic physics demonstration of balls rolling different ramps. Which ball wins the ramp depends on the details of the ramps shape, but final speed of the ball is the same regardless of track!
Created by Divya Srinivasan, and sung by Marty Beller, The King of The Drums. From TMBGs new CD/DVD set Here Comes Science. Available at iTunes and Amazon now! bit.ly
This compilation of video shows some of the first imagery and data sent back from NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO). Most of the imagery comes from SDO's AIA instrument, and different colors are used to represent different temperatures, a common technique for observing solar features. SDO sees the entire disk of the Sun in extremely high spacial and temporal resolution and this allows scientists to zoom in on notable events like flares, waves, and sunspots. Enjoy the imagery and post in the comments the parts you found most captivating. To learn more about the SDO mission, visit: sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov To find these videos for download, check out www.nasa.gov svs.gsfc.nasa.gov Launched on Feb. 11, 2010, SDO is the most advanced spacecraft ever designed to study the sun. During its five-year mission, it will examine the sun's magnetic field and also provide a better understanding of the role the sun plays in Earth's atmospheric chemistry and climate. Since launch, engineers have been conducting testing and verification of the spacecrafts components. Now fully operational, SDO will provide images with clarity 10 times better than high-definition television and will return more comprehensive science data faster than any other solar observing spacecraft. Like our videos? Subscribe to NASA's Goddard Shorts HD podcast: svs.gsfc.nasa.gov Or get tweeted by NASA: twitter.com Or find us on facebook: www.facebook.com
In 2006 we sent a crew to Side Turkey to share the total solar eclipse live with the world over the Internet. While we wont be traveling to webcast the eclipse in 2009, we plan to cover the total solar eclipse in July 2010. For this year, were providing links to other eclipse Web sites, and well direct you to live Webcasts or broadcasts of the eclipse at www.exploratorium.edu
Five major discoveries about our Sun. From NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center.
They Might Be Giants issue a correction to their classic song "Why Does The Sun Shine" from their new album: Here Comes Science
www.telescope.com Inside the optical tube with lenses and mirrors; an episode of "The Star Party," a video guide to amateur astronomy from the crew of Orion Telescopes & Binoculars. Visit http to find high quality products for amateur astronomers.
www.tmwmedia.com The human eye may only be capable of seeing a small fraction of the electromagnetic spectrum that comes off the sun, but without this ability to see visible light portion of the spectrum we would be unable to function. Show Me Science: The Science of Light studies the light that the sun produces, and its effects on Earth's life forms. The program also demonstrates how a solar eclipse takes place, how light is reflected and seen by the human eye, and how light is much more than just a visual medium in its use as a communication tool in lasers. To order this and hundreds of other terrific educational titles, go to tmwmedia.com
NASA Connect segment exploring all the basics of sound including how it works and how it travels. The video also explains how the ear works.
Many kinds of wild birds nest in Palo Alto Bayland. May 2009.
Stilt in Palo Alto Baylands Nature Preserve.
Cliff Swallows building nests
See all National Geographic videos: video.nationalgeographic.com Find out how a tsunami is born...and how it destroys.
www.ecolifefoundation.org A short close up movie of Samantha a Red-Tailed Hawk and Kent Mahaffey. Berwick Productions. Thank you for your support in caring for our birds.
— The phases of the moon have been used to track time since the dawn of mankind.
Science: 4th Grade
A step by step nature report on how chocolate is grown and prepared from the Cacao tree. This episode was shot live on location at a chocolate plantation in Costa Rica.
See how an American Bald Headed Eagle catches a salmon out of the water in full flight. Fragment from BBC Nature's Great Events - The Great Salmon Run
A shaman searches the rain forest of Paraguay for medicinal cures. See all National Geographic videos: video.nationalgeographic.com
Wired Science visits The Rainforests of the World exhibit at the California Academy of Sciences, where a vibrant snapshot of life from across the globe is on display in a greenhouse dome.
Plant life & birds work in partnership in the jungle to nurture the Amazon, whilst bears only native to this part of the world get a climbing lesson. From the BBC.
Desert insects feed at night to avoid attack from birds, but the scorpion's ability to read seismic transmissions in its hunting technique means the insects are never far from predator danger. Poisonous animals such as snakes lurk in the sand too.
How do animals survive in extreme tempatures
The California desert is a vast, unforgiving place in the summer, where temperatures can sometimes rise above 120 F. It's hard to believe anything can live in this brutal desert climate, but they can, and do. Veronica Hill of California Travel Tips tours the Living Desert zoo in Palm Desert, viewing some of the most common desert animals found in North America. Plan on at least a full day to enjoy this gorgeous 1200 acre park. You'll spot a large number of animals founds here in our California desert, from the adorable bobcat and crafty coyote, to the majestic mountain lion. Be sure to arrive early in the morning if you want to see the animals in action. By mid-day, many have retired to their burrows for a nap and reprieve from the intense desert heat. A highlight for me was a glimpse at two endangered species — the desert bighorn sheep, found in the rocky mountains of California, and the gorgeous Mexican wolf, once found throughout the Southwest. This is also one of the few places where you'll find the rare and tiny desert pupfish, which can survive in waters over 100 degrees. If you're into birdwatching, this is a great place to see some beautiful desert birds up close, from the roadrunner and hummingbird to the golden eagle and Great Horned Owl. Look up in the sky and you may spot a Harris Hawk coming down for a landing. I hope you've enjoyed this quick look at the animals of the Living Desert. Just don't forget to dress for the hot Palm Springs weather, bringing along ...
How much do you know about Earths only natural satellite?
Directed by David Cowles & Jeremy Galante. From TMBGs new DVD/CD set Here Comes Science. Available at iTunes and Amazon now! bit.ly
This animation shows one molecule of water completing the hydrologic cycle. Heat from the sun causes the molecule to evaporate from the ocean's surface. Once it evaporates, it is transported high in the atmosphere and condenses to form clouds. Clouds can move great distances and eventually the water molecule will fall as rain or snow. Ultimately, the water molecule arrives back where it started...at the ocean. credit: NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center source: svs.gsfc.nasa.gov
I made this. Well, not the song. That one's by Tom Lehrer. But I made the animation. I made this entirely in C#. It took me about 9 hours in total. This is a second version. The original version had a few errors which I've corrected.
Amazing CGI visualization of molecular biology's central dogma. It shows animations of DNA coiling, replication, transcription and translation. It was created by Drew Berry of the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research
Boing Boing Video proudly debuts "Meet The Elements," a new animated music video from They Might Be Giants. This animated, upbeat ode to the periodic table of elements and how they form our world, appears on the new TMBG kids' album "Here Comes Science." Video directed by Feel Good Anyway. * At Boing Boing, Cory reviews the new album here. www.boingboing.net * Boing Boing post about the video here: www.boingboing.net * TMBG online: www.theymightbegiants.com * Buy "Here Comes Science" tinyurl.com * More Boing Boing Video: boingboing.net * Feel Good Anyway: feelgoodanyway.com (Thanks, John Flansburgh!)
The processes of diffusion, osmosis, active transport and endocytosis are shown as the primary means of transferring molecules to and from cells through the membrane, providing needed chemical reactions, maintaining a stable interior environment and allowing a way for electronic signals to be passed to other cells—all necessary to sustain life. Produced by Bill Walker Productions in association with BioMedia Associates. A Coronet release. Bronze, Columbus International Film Festival Grade Levels: 9 to 12 15 minutes, color. Direct link to purchase the DVD: www.phoenixlearninggroup.com
Identify—through detailed animation and x-ray images—the major organs in the digestive process and examine how they work together to bring nutrients into the human body and convert them into forms that our cells can use. Interspersed with the compelling visuals a dietitian discusses such topics as food calories, the nutritional role of vitamins and minerals, lactose intolerance and the effects that crash dieting can have on the body's metabolic rate. 14 minutes, color. Direct link to purchase the DVD: www.phoenixlearninggroup.com
The mechanism of breathing and the anatomy of the organs that carry out this activity are brought vividly to life through revealing animation and x-ray motion pictures. Additional animation explains how air is cleansed during inhalation and how oxygen is diffused into the bloodstream for use elsewhere in the body. Mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, the Heimlich maneuver and effective treatment for hyperventilation are discussed by a CPR educator. The basic causes and effects of emphysema are also explored. 15 minutes, color. Direct link to purchase the DVD: www.phoenixlearninggroup.com
Various types of muscle tissue are examined with respect to the basic chemistry of their operation and their arrangement within the framework of the human body through live action, animation, and x-ray motion pictures. At the same time, visual information is supported by informational features in which an exercise equipment designer explains how equipment is designed to train specific groups of opposing muscles and a physiologist reviews the differences in the chemistry and functions of fast-twitch and slow twitch muscle fibers. 12 minutes, color. direct link to purchase complete program: www.phoenixlearninggroup.com
Explore the nervous system, the biochemical communications network of the human body, through a series of animated sequences that trace the structure of neurons and illuminate biochemical impulses. Revealing visuals are supported by informative features in which a neurologist discusses the chemistry of a nerve impulse, a physical therapist explains the role of therapy in the regeneration of injured nerves and a pharmacist describes the action of certain nerve-impulse blockers as well as their counter indications. 14 minutes, color. direct link to purchase complete program: www.phoenixlearninggroup.com
Examine the structure of the human body—through detailed animation and x-ray motion pictures—in terms of the skeletal system, the framework of bones whose composition and arrangement support our internal organs and govern the way we move. From head to toe, bones in each region of the body is examined in relation to its specific regions and to its contribution to the body as a whole. 12 minutes, color. direct link to purchase video: www.phoenixlearninggroup.com
Poe's classic tale of loss and grief interpreted by Christopher Walken, illustrations by Gustave Dore, et al.
Shel Silverstein, creator of the beloved poetry collections A Light in the Attic and Falling Up, recites the poem 'Ickle Me, Pickle Me, Tickle Me Too' from Where the Sidewalk Ends, written and illustrated by Shel Silverstein. Visit www.ShelSilverstein.com, the official site for kids, to learn about Shel Silverstein's books, watch exclusive animations, play games, and download fun activities. "Ickle Me, Pickle Me, Tickle Me Too" from Where the Sidewalk Ends © 1974, renewed 2002 Evil Eye, LLC. Performed by Shel Silverstein courtesy of Sony BMG Music Entertainment.
People didn't know how unique and beautiful snow flakes could be until Wilson B. took these amazing pictures and followed his dreams..... to learm more about him go to: www.snowflakebentley.com
A short documentary by Chuck Smith about Wilson A. Bentley (1865-1931), the first man to ever photograph a snowflake.
From SnowFlakes.AreAmazing.com Step back in time to learn about the man who taught us that "no two snowflakes are alike." We travel to Jericho, Vermont to recreate the life of a simple, self educated farmer that took amazing pictures of snowflakes (still found on many products today) and after decades of work, became known the world over as the "Snowflake Man." Visit http for more amazing facts about snowflakes.
A family of refugees from a Caribbean island embarks on a dangerous boat trip to the United States, where they find a special reason to celebrate Thanksgiving. Based on the story by Eve Bunting. Produced by Sharon Hoogstraten Productions. A Coronet release. 11 minutes, color. direct link to purchase video: www.phoenixlearninggroup.com
The videos are content-area related. Use these videos to build background knowledge and increase conceptual understanding.They are organized by theme and grade level. I have tried to list "like" videos in succession. There are additional videos that compliment K/1 under "Resources By Grade Level."
Also try the National Geographic website (see Links) for more videos and maps (atlas, topo maps, political maps...). An amazing resource!
Safari Montage is a district collection of videos and other resources.So does Brainpop (www.brainpop.com) Ask your librarian for more information.
Check out this recommendation from Annette I. : http://www.neok12.com/Atom.htm for a variety of educational videos!
RightBrainMath.com Free worksheets and free videos on website. Learn math times tables for 4 and 6 with fascinating cool math patterns. This animated video teaches math in a fun way that appeals to the right brain and creates a positive attitude about math. It also teaches math techniques with visual aids as a math exercise.
1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34. . . Look carefully. Do you see the pattern? Each number above is the sum of the two numbers before it. Though most of us are unfamiliar with it, this numerical series, called the Fibonacci sequence, is part of a code that can be found everywhere in nature. www.RuzafaRocks.com
No telling where your mind will go playing with numbers....
A movie inspired on numbers, geometry and nature, by Cristóbal Vila. Go to www.etereaestudios.com for more info: theory behind, stills, screenshots, tutorials...
From Fantastikos Mathematikos DVD and CD: 15 math topics set to original music and animation by Peter Weatherall available from www.kidsinglish.com for US$10
From Fantastikos Mathemathikos DVD and CD: 15 math topics set to original music and animation by Peter Weatherall available from www.kidsinglish.com for US$10
Song from the Fantastikos Mathematikos DVD and CD: 15 Math topics for children set to original music and animation by Peter Weatherall, available for free download from www.kidsinglish.com
Music video from Fantastikos Mathematikos DVD and CD by Peter Weatherall available from www.kidsinglish.com: 15 Math topics for children set to fun original music and animation.
Mr. Duey releases first song off "Class Dis-Missed" This was the first video Mr. Duey did. Currently it has over 2000000 views on TeacherTube.com Mr. Duey's CD Class Dis-Missed has this video plus 17 educational rap songs for elementary and middle school students. Songs include; Verbs, Atoms, Cells, Core Democratic Values, Fractions, Integers and more! Also, now order Class Dis-Missed 2 and get an additional 18 educational rap songs! Go to www.MrDuey.com to order your CD today! www.MrDuey.com
A short animated music video about math.
The Octagon Ring Dave Mitchell taught math for thirty years, ten of which he spent as Head of Math at Cameron Heights CI in Kitchener, Ontario. He is now a full time professional development speaker and educational publisher. He is well known for using puzzles, songs, rap and stories to make math classes memorable. Here Dave gives you a sample of his Origami math Magic!
Fractals - beautiful math
Finding all the prime numbers between 1 and 100 using the technique devised by the ancient Greek mathematician Eratosthenes
Terence Tao was a seven year-old high school student when he began taking calculus classes. By age 20 he had received a Ph.D. from Princeton and joined the UCLA faculty. In 2006 he won the Fields Medal in Mathematics and a MacArthur "genius" grant. Watch Tao talk about how he approaches problem-solving.
Square numbers to 100
www.youtube.com see1st! www.youtube.com Homeschool www.youtube.com for Home Schooling! journik.com Join me there, let's team up on your math, science, physics, and life! Taoist Vedic Mathematics. How to square numbers in your head... Be smarter than a Mensa Genius ... Math tricks
The largest number ever used in a serious mathematical proof. BBC Horizon | To Infinity and Beyond | Feb 2010
Learn the basics of fractions through music! From the Math Upgrade course at learningupgrade.com.
Composed for PI Day! Imagine being able to hear PI as musical notes! This is a violin solo composed by Steven Rochen, based on the numbers of PI to 220 decimal places. Numbers were converted to notes: 0 = rest, 1=A, 2=A#...(10, 11, 12 as found in the sequence were treated as one note)
Social Studies: 3rd Grade
Story of Mono Lake Paiute Indian people called the Kutzadika'a Indians. Named after the Kutzavi or Brine Fly Larva. California Indians who also lived in Yosemite.
A brief slideshow containing various images of California Native American life.
Rain dance flute song of the Cherokee and native american pictures
This video has real footage of the Sioux back when we first had film.actualy i had to pay 50 pounds for that tiny bit of footage but well worth it . i smile every time i see the 2 guys at left front dance i just feel like reaching out and giving them a hug, daft i know but just make me smile and feel happy when i watch them, and i love to watch the chiefs too i have to admit this is my fave real footage of the Sioux dancing, sad to think they are long gone since that video was taken i wonder who their now relations are, as they are all sioux
Social Studies: 4th Grade
Documentary segment describing how Europeans flocked to California from all over to strike it rich from the gold rush. Written and produced by Doug Harris
This video was created for my EdTech class and depicts a brief history of the California Gold Rush from 1848-1853
Social Studies: 5th Grade
The famous "50 states that rhyme" song, with slides and lyrics... wow, what will they think of next? heehee
It's the 50 state flags! My second flag video after the popular "Nations of the World"
Just a little song I learned to memorize the 50 states in Alphabetical order! I do not own this song and do not claim to!
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