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Brain Parts & Functions
From YouTube, produced by makemegenius.com
This cartoon teaches younger students about the parts of the brain and their different functions using simple illustrations and explanations.  Key vocabulary words include: cerebellum, cereberum, and medulla. (02:09)
April 10, 2012 at 02:21 AM
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Ages: 8 - 13
Forces of Motion on a Roller Coaster
From YouTube, produced by NASA
In this video, NASA Sci Files segment briefly explains the different forces of motion including weightlessness, free fall, acceleration, and inertia and how they relate to space and a roller coaster ride. (04:13)
March 21, 2011 at 12:14 PM
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Ages: 5 - 11
The Busy World of Richard Scarry-Imagine That - Brass Instruments
From YouTube, produced by CINAR Animation
In this video Huckle and Lowly Worm learn about brass instruments. There are many kinds of horns: tubas, french horns, trumpets, and trombones. Horns need air to make their sound. Blow into the smaller end and the noise comes out the big end. Push do... [more]
February 2, 2011 at 07:52 PM
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Ages: 8 - 18
How to Write a Persuasive Essay
From teachertube.com, produced by Michael Koops
This eight-minute video is about how to write a persuasive essay and provides some major points such as an introduction, a hook, and a thesis. This video moves slowly and is easy for students to follow. A good introduction video before teaching this ... [more]
Found by freealan in Essay Form
February 11, 2011 at 11:55 PM
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Telling Time - by the Hour
From YouTube, produced by mrmosby1
A simple video to help toddlers learn to tell time. Both standard clock, and digital clock faces are shown - while the narrators reads the correct time. Only hourly times are presented (1:00, 2:00, 3:00 etc.).
March 31, 2009 at 10:16 PM
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