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This video is meant to teach students about the planets and other objects in the solar system. Each planet is described, along with Pluto, dwarf planets, Kuipper Belt, asteroids and comets! Downloadable version is now in the supporting documents! This downloadable video is for one teacher's use only
$1.50
20 Ratings
4.0

Video & Supporting Document

Duration: 4:23

Step into 21st Century learning using this flipped video and hands-on station activity on magnets with your physical science students. This resource combines various learning styles to give students a complete learning experience as they gain an understanding of magnetism. Students will travel throu
$2.49
7 Ratings
4.0

Video & Supporting Document

Duration: 6:28

Video program 2 mins. 22 secs. Learning Outcomes: After viewing video, students will be able to: * explain how animals use physical and behavioral adaptations * explain adaptations such as instinct and learned behavior * provide examples of animal adaptations Animals highlighted: puffer fish,
$3.50
6 Ratings
4.0

Video & Supporting Document

Duration: 2:22

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
$5.00
3 Ratings
4.0

Video

Duration: 10:22

This video is meant to teach students about the parts of an ecosystem! Perfect to show students as a part of a unit on ecosystems-discusses biomes, habitats, types of producers and consumers, and much more. Aligns with Georgia Standards of Excellence but is general enough to suit any curriculum. Ove
$1.50
8 Ratings
4.0

Video

Duration: 10:34

Force and Motion - Complete Lesson - This resource is perfect for teachers who need an easy to download and print, engaging lesson on Force and Motion. Includes access to the video/slide show with Phil Beaker explaining Force and Motion. Lesson includes: Bell ringer/warm-up activity (Engage) -
$3.99
5 Ratings
4.0

Video & Supporting Document

Duration: 2:43

This video is meant to tell students about rocks and minerals, the rock cycle, types of rocks, and Mohs Hardness Scale. Simply show the video DIRECTLY to your students or use the video as a teaching aid. The PERFECT introduction or review for a rocks and minerals unit with the basic info needed to c
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5 Ratings
3.9

Video

Duration: 6:07

Video program 2 mins. 40 secs. Learning Outcomes: After viewing video, students will be able to: * explain physical and behavioral adaptations for protection from predators * explain adaptations such as camouflage, mimicry and warning coloration * provide examples of animal adaptations Animals
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5 Ratings
3.9

Video & Supporting Document

Duration: 2:40

I always had a hard time finding lessons for Scientific Investigation. That is one of the reasons I started creating my own lessons, and now I get to share them on TpT! This was the second video I made (the first was Lab Safety - you can check that out for free). I used to sing a similar song to
$3.99
5 Ratings
4.0

Video & Supporting Document

Duration: 4:20

Video program 2 mins. 1 sec. Learning Outcomes: After viewing video students will be able to: * understand that bird beaks are physical adaptations for survival * explain how different shaped beaks are used to get food Birds highlighted: toucan, hummingbird, eagle, flamingo, crossbill, acorn woodp
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2 Ratings
4.0

Video & Supporting Document

Duration: 2:01

A TV Game Show themed activity that challenges young children to call out the name of the thing that makes the sound they hear.
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5 Ratings
4.0

Video

Duration: 1:47

This video is meant to teach students about Conservation. Briefly discusses Conservation, reducing, reusing, recycling, nonrenewable resources and renewable resources, and more! Perfect to show students as you celebrate Earth Day or as a part of a unit on Earth Preservation. Aligns with Georgia Stan
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2 Ratings
4.0

Video & Supporting Document

Duration: 5:20

Video program 2 mins 35 secs. Learning Outcomes: After viewing video students will be able to: * explain how migration and hibernation are behavioral adaptations animals use to adapt to their environment * provide examples of animal adaptations Animals highlighted: geese, wildebeest, sea turtle,
$3.50
3 Ratings
3.8

Video & Supporting Document

Duration: 2:35

Video program 2 mins. 15 secs. Learning Outcomes: After viewing video students will be able to: * understand that plants depend on seed dispersal to grow and reproduce * explain different ways plants spread seeds Supports NGSS 2nd Grade 2-LS-1&2 Program plays on TPT site. Video will be saved
$3.00
2 Ratings
4.0

Video & Supporting Document

Duration: 2:15

Video program 2 mins. 17 secs. Learning Outcomes: After viewing video students will be able to: * understand that plants depend on seed dispersal to reproduce * explain how animals help plants spread seeds Supports NGSS 2nd Grade 2-LS-1&2 Program plays on TPT site. Video will be saved to “My
$3.00
2 Ratings
4.0

Video & Supporting Document

Duration: 2:17

This animated 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 of each organelle is defined. The roles of the nucleus, endoplasmic reticulum,
$8.99
2 Ratings
4.0

Video

Duration: 4:59

Video program 2 mins. 28 secs. Learning Outcomes: After viewing video students will be able to: * explain physical and behavioral animal adaptations for living in hot and cold climates * provide examples of animal adaptations Animals highlighted: camel, desert lizard, fennec fox, jack rabbit, Gal
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Video & Supporting Document

Duration: 2:28

Video program 2 mins. 4 secs. Learning Outcomes: After viewing video students will be able to: * understand that plants depend on pollination to grow and reproduce * explain the process of pollination Supports NGSS 2nd Grade 2-LS-1&2 Program plays on TPT site. Video will be saved to “My Purch
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2 Ratings
3.7

Video & Supporting Document

Duration: 2:04

Are you comfortable teaching art in your classroom or homeschool? If not, let me help you! This Oil Pastel drawing and painting project will be delivered to you via TpT streaming video. Simply supply your students with the necessary art materials, display the video in your classroom or homeschool
$4.00
2 Ratings
4.0

Video

Duration: 14:34

Matter, Matter, Matter! Use this Complete Lesson, which includes: Lesson Plan Fun Video/Slide Show (with a professional voice over - thank you Mark Atherlay!) Engage/Warm Up Activity - using observation skills Anchor Chart - a teacher version, and a student version. You can project the teacher
$3.99
2 Ratings
4.0

Video & Supporting Document

Duration: 3:48

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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$5.50
2 Ratings
4.0

Video & Supporting Document

Duration: 2:48

Full video previews are available for the first 24 hours after a resource kit is uploaded. Follow my store to know when a new resource is available! THIS RESOURCE KIT IS ALSO INCLUDED IN THE FULL YEAR SCIENCE MEGA BUNDLE: Science Videos and Activities MEGA BUNDLE!Teach your students about energy fl

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$8.75
2 Ratings
4.0

Video & Supporting Document

Duration: 3:08

Use this fun Video/Slide show to add to your unit on Newtons Laws of Motion. Happy Teaching! Hilary
$2.99
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4.0

Video

Duration: 2:24

Video program 2 mins. 21 secs. Learning Outcomes: After viewing video students will be able to: * understand that plants depend on animals for pollination to grow and reproduce * explain different kinds of animal pollinators Pollinators highlighted: bee, moth, butterfly, ladybug, ant, hummingbird
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Video & Supporting Document

Duration: 2:21

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