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If you're studying the skeletal system, this is a great hands-on activity. This video looks at the anatomy of a chicken wing. Students learn how to identify structures such as muscles, bones, cartilage, tendons, and ligaments. Muscle function is investigated as students look at flexing and extending
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Explore Science and the Santa Barbara Zoo are proud to present our educational video series: Animal Chats! This video focuses on the Humboldt penguin, a conversational-style resource with an expert zoo keeper. This product provides informative graphics, new vocabulary terms, and a variety of discus
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Explore Science and the Santa Barbara Zoo are proud to present our educational video series: Animal Chats! This video focuses on the Masai giraffe, a conversational-style resource with an expert zoo keeper. This product provides informative graphics, new vocabulary terms, and a variety of discussi
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Animal, Plant, Fungal, Bacterial Cell Structures Animation Video for Middle School Biology Classes This animation will help your students to review the basic structure of animal, plant, fungal and bacterial cells Vocabulary included: - cell wall - cell membrane - cytoplasm - mitochondria - ribosom
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This upbeat music video describes the functions of the typical organelles found inside a general, eukaryotic animal cell. See a static, black-and-white cell become transformed into a living, vibrant cell as the function(s) of each organelle is defined. The roles of the nucleus, endoplasmic reticulum
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This captivating music video gives you a guided tour of the anatomical figure and explains why the standard anatomical position, anatomical terms, directional terms, and body planes are used when referencing the human body. The rhyming lyrics, catchy beats, and vivid animations help students review
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Take a guided tour of the human respiratory system with this intriguing music video. See how the respiratory system works with the circulatory system to deliver oxygen from the air we breathe to the cells and carbon dioxide from the cells to the air. The structure and functions of the respiratory tr
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Teach your students all about how plants work! Take them on a journey from the cellular level to the systems level while teaching them about photosynthesis and plant cell structure (and how it differs from animal cell structure). THESE RESOURCES ARE ALSO INCLUDED IN THE SCIENCE MEGA BUNDLE: Scienc
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This intriguing music video takes you inside the human circulatory system during the mechanical events of one heartbeat. See how blood flows through the pulmonary circulation and the systemic circulation,delivering products to their destinations. The processes of systole, diastole, gas exchange, ox
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Explore Science and the Santa Barbara Zoo are proud to present our educational video series: Animal Chats! This video focuses on the snow leopard, a conversational-style resource with an expert zoo keeper. This product provides informative graphics, new vocabulary terms, and a variety of discussion
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This is a short (2 and a half minute) educational video explaining the brain's structure and how it works. Also included: -A powerpoint slideshow of the video slides -A written transcript of the video text -THREE worksheets with answer keys labeling the lobes, their functions, and the hemispheres
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Students use slices of potatoes to investigate Osmosis: the movement of water into and out of the cells of the potato. This lab focuses on making careful observations and collecting data such as weight and length. Students use a control to study changes caused during the experiment . By starting wi
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This video looks at the anatomy of a chicken foot. Students learn how to identify tendons and the difference between the dorsal and ventral sides of the foot. Muscle function is discussed as students work to flex and extending the digits of the foot. Engaging Science Labs produces materials that
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A short (2.5 minute) video explaining in simple straightforward terms about brain plasticity and how we learn. What is plasticity? How does it happen? And how is it related to learning? A great addition to any lesson on growth mindset. Also included: -A powerpoint slideshow of the video slides -A
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Bears! Bears! Bears! is a program in the Mother Nature’s World of Wildlife series. There is never a dull moment in a bear’s day: climbing, digging, scratching, chasing, fighting, playing, eating, interacting with other animals and much more. Close-up, captivating photography and charming music will
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I believe in learning through making, discovery and personal projects. Children learn best when they are invested in what they are learning and discovering for themselves. In this plants topic, I go through the structure of a plant, how it spreads its pollen, plants from around the world, the role
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This is a short (2 and a half minute) educational video explaining the differences between bacteria and viruses. Also included is a Powerpoint slideshow of the video slides, and a worksheet featuring a text transcript of the video and a Venn Diagram. THIS ITEM IS AVAILABLE IN THIS BUNDLE: Bacteri
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This bundle includes: 1. Bacteria and Viruses VIDEO KIT plus Powerpoint slides! 5$ Value Bacteria and Viruses Video and Presentation Kit 2. Bacteria and Viruses DIGITAL TASK CARDS! 2.5$ Value Bacteria and Viruses DIGITAL TASK CARDS Once downloaded, open the file and click on the link to get to
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-This presentation comes after the child is introduced to the first great lesson story. -It's focuses on the beginning of life on Earth from Bacteria to mammals. Children enjoy this lesson a lot.
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This compelling music video takes you inside the stroma of a chloroplast during the light-independent reactions of photosynthesis (the Calvin cycle). See how a C3 plant takes in carbon dioxide from the air and uses the carbon dioxide, enzymes, ATP, and NADPH to create G3P, the precursor of glucose a
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Is this your first time dissecting an earthworm? You're in the right place! This lesson has everything you'll need: teacher instructions, student procedures, discussion questions, fill-in diagrams, and a video demonstration. Included in this resource: -8 minute video demonstration of all parts of
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This compelling music video takes you inside the granum of a chloroplast during the light-dependent reactions of photosynthesis. See how a C3 plant uses solar energy, water, chlorophyll, and enzymes to produce ATP and NADPH, the energy-rich compounds that power the light-independent reactions; watch
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Teach your students about life cycles and traits in a fun, gamified, interactive way. This kit centers around the age old question "what came first, the chicken or the egg?" While exploring this question the students learn about the chicken life cycle. ***please note this video includes about 45 sec
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This video begins with studying an eye model and identifying the main structures. Next, a cow eye is dissected and the pertinent structures are identified including: tear gland, cornea, sclera, iris, pupil, optic nerve, lens, retina, choroid, vitreous humor, fovea, blind spot, aqueous humor, muscles
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-This is the first concrete presentation to introduce the child in a Montessori classroom to the life cycle of a frog. -When the child is ready you can move to a more level of abstraction using the cards.
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Teach your students what they're made of! This bundle will take them on a journey from the atomic level, to the cellular level where they will learn about major organelles in the cell, and continue straight to the 8 major body systems. THESE RESOURCES ARE ALSO INCLUDED IN THE SCIENCE MEGA BUNDLE: S
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Teach your students all about plant and human cells and systems! Take them on a journey from the cellular level to the systems level in a fun-filled, gamified, differentiated way. Related to NGSS: From Molecules to Organisms THESE RESOURCES ARE ALSO INCLUDED IN THE SCIENCE MEGA BUNDLE: Science Vide
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Teach your students about life cycles in a fun, gamified, interactive way. This kit allows the students to visualize the stages of the butterfly life cycle by watching the video, then test their understanding with fun activities. Included- -A 2 minute video on the butterfly life cycle -A Powerpoin
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This is the first concrete presentation to introduce classifying animals into vertebrates and invertebrates.
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Explore Science and the Santa Barbara Zoo are proud to present our educational video series: Animal Chats! This video focuses on ectotherms, a conversational-style resource with an expert zoo keeper. This product provides informative graphics, new vocabulary terms, and a variety of discussion quest
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Credited By Missoliverandblosssom enjoy these gentle giants
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Teach your students about life cycles in a fun, gamified, interactive way. This kit allows the students to visualize the stages of the frog life cycle by watching the video, then test their understanding with fun activities. Included- -A 2 minute video on the frog life cycle -A Powerpoint presenta
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Teach your students about life cycles! To make sure this bundle is for you, please watch the preview video, download the supporting document previews, and try the playable task card previews. Included in this bundle- 1. Frog Life Cycle Video + Activities Kit ⭐ Biology Life Cycles: Frog Life Cy
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Students dance and learn the names of some of their body's bones in this Hokey Pokey style song.
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Planning to head towards a healthy living ?? This video will help us to know more about good food habits, nutrient sources and everything about nutrition in just 6 mins.
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Biomimicry Discovery Cards are my series of never-ending folding origami cards that introduce students to biomimicry--copying nature to advance innovation--in the form of riddles. It's an engaging approach to teaching biomimicry--part of the the Next Generation Science Standards for first grade (1-L
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Explore Science and the Santa Barbara Zoo are proud to present our educational video series: Animal Chats! This FREE video focuses on the Asian elephant, a conversational-style resource with an expert zoo keeper. This product provides informative graphics, new vocabulary terms, and a variety of di
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Natural selection, population genetics, migration, competition… these can be difficult concepts to study in a classroom. This game allows kids to simulate the rise and fall of populations as different species interact with their environments and each other. There are two levels of game play. In the
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Great video to introduce levels of organization! I use this as a quick "hook" to get my students engaged and ready to learn as they enter the classroom. If you're looking for a full lesson over levels of organization, your class may enjoy my lesson that includes a PowerPoint and foldables, perfect
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Ever think about flipping your classroom? This is a whiteboard animation on Genetics and Cloning. I created and used this as a part of my own flipped classroom. It is available for download so that you may add in your own commentary as you see fit. Students truly enjoy watching videos more if th
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-This presentation comes after presenting the impressionistic concrete lesson of the life cycle of the frog.
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-This lesson comes after the first concrete presentation and impression -It includes working with sorting cards at a more abstract level.
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This engaging music video explains the structure and functions of the human digestive system as the first bite of a sandwich travels through the G.I.tract and gets digested and absorbed along the way. The processes of ingestion, mechanical digestion, chemical digestion, absorption, and egestion are
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In this episode we learn why doctors do what they do when we have a check up. Dr. Kyle Bow shares with us how he figured out in high school that this was what he wanted to be when he grew up. CHALLENGE: To promote wellness, take a long walk or bike ride together this week to a place you've never
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Humans sometimes mistreat animals and some animal activists think they should have their own legal rights. But the questions comes down to determining the legal status of a chimpanzee. Watch our clarifier and learn more.
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Robots capture children’s imagination. Self-driving cars, robot bees that pollinate flowers, and jumping kangaroo robots may be part of our future. With robots, children can learn to explore dreams and use these dreams to solve problems. Biomimicry is also an exciting way to inspire young children
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This is an informative lesson intended for AP biology students and/or teachers that guides them through the process of modeling protein structure using pipe cleaners. You can show this directly to your students to do this activity, or learn this lesson to teach your students.
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Building and making things capture children’s imagination. What is a smart city? Why would you want to build a floating city? What if. . . Learning from nature for young inquisitive minds. Biomimicry - imagination, and a sense of fun.
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Here is a fun exercise idea – identify the cute animal in the photo! Great photos of foxes, squirrels, horses, toucans, pigs, monkeys and more! Kids usually love the fun slideshows and will scream out the names of their favorite animals! That wasn’t very hard, but some animals are not seen too ofte
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Cubs and Kittens is a program in the Mother Nature's World of Wildlife series. Many wild babies are presented and the many different ways they are protected from danger including their mother, camouflage, their hidden homes, and safe places like trees for bear cubs and water for ducklings. The con
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Bears! Bears! Bears! is a program in the Mother Nature’s World of Wildlife series. There is never a dull moment in a bear’s day: climbing, digging, scratching, chasing, fighting, playing, eating, interacting with other animals and much more. Close-up, captivating photography and charming music will
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Cougar: King of the Mountain is a program in the Mother Nature’s Wildlife Series. Share the wonder and amazement of the children of Camp Wilderness as they learn about a cougar during Nature Talk. The children ask questions and the program segues to video footage to answer their questions. What d
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