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This video is meant to teach students about the 6 types of simple machines. Each type of simple machine gives detailed examples in a fun and engaging way! Downloadable version is now in the supporting documents! This downloadable video is for one teacher's use only. Must be secured (password protect
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Duration: 4:37

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
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Duration: 6:28

In this lab, students investigate a device called a "clucking chicken". Through their experimentation, students look at how vibrations travel from particle to particle to create sound, The investigation also looks at how varying the energy input to the system can also affect volume, as well as pi
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Duration: 3:57

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) -
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Duration: 2:43

How to Read the Periodic Table Atoms & Elements Unit - Video Lesson #3 Need a sub plan? Tired of repeating yourself for the 1,000th time? Are many of your students working at different paces? Need a remediation plan? TRY USING A VIDEO LESSON! :) How to Read the Periodic Table (18:56 min
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Duration: 18:56

Your students will have fun learning about symmetry and the science of snow in conjunction with 3D snowflake construction. This product lends itself to use with whole class, guided/small groups, and centers. Language arts, although not a component of STEAM, is also infused within each activity. Thi
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Duration: 7:46

Atoms and Elements Chemistry Animation for Middle School Science and Chemistry Classes This animation will help your students to review the basic structure of an atom, and the concepts of mass and atomic number You might also like: Atoms, Elements and Bonding Doodle Notes Bundle Cell Structures
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Duration: 5:04

A $17 value for $14.99! Are you teaching sound waves in the primary grades? Do you want to get up to speed on the NGSS physical science sound wave standards for first grade? Part of my Teaching with NGSS Video Series, I share with you the strategies I developed while studying the Next Generation S
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Duration: 16:18

This 13-minute teacher stress reduction, relaxation, and meditation video is perfect for rejuvenation. The entire soothing routine can easily be performed sitting at a desk or table. Improves productivity. Resource Details Teaching can be stressful and draining. This fully guided video takes y
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Duration: 13:20

Classifying Elements as Metals, Nonmetals, & Metalloids Atoms & Elements Unit - Video Lesson #1 Need a sub plan? Tired of repeating yourself for the 1,000th time? Are many of your students working at different paces? Need a remediation plan? TRY USING A VIDEO LESSON! :) Classifying
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Duration: 14:00

In this video, I look at an essential chemistry skill, which is the ability to take a chemical formula, determine what elements are in it, as well as how many atoms of each element there are. This video ties in nicely with a practice worksheet that I have available. I use this video with my 7th gr
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Video & Supporting Document

Duration: 7:02

This is a video of my lab of the same name. I use it for student make-up, or it could be used for teacher prep. The video has me working through the lab, then explaining everything in detail. In this lab, students are tasked with building a simple circuit, then comparing it to a series circuit, t
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Video & Supporting Document

Duration: 9:20

Newton's Laws of Motion Animation for Middle and High School Physics Classes This animation will help your students to review Newton's 3 laws of motion You might also like: Newton's Laws of Motion Bundle Newton's Laws Posters Atoms and Elements Animation ★ Be the first to know about my new produc
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Duration: 5:39

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
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Video & Supporting Document

Duration: 3:48

In this video, which is a supplement to my Chromotography Lab, I walk through the process of taking 8 seemingly identical black water based markers, and through a process called chromotography, separate the inks in the markers into their individual chemicals, showing that they are indeed, NOT ident
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Video & Supporting Document

Duration: 13:17

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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Duration: 13:21

Use this fun Video/Slide show to add to your unit on Newtons Laws of Motion. Happy Teaching! Hilary
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Duration: 2:24

Duration: 7:30 Quality:1080p In this "how-to" video, I address: -Why we use a graduated cylinder to accurately measure volume, rather than a beaker -How to determine the scale of a graduated cylinder -What the meniscus is, and how it affects an accurate reading -How eye position affects an accurat
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This video is used as a supplement to my Acid Base Lab. It can be used for teacher prep, make-up, or TAG/GATE. In this lab video I explain the basics of how to test whether something is an acid or a base, the basics of determining relative strength via neutralization, and I also walk through the l
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Duration: 11:12

This activity takes a look at a simple toy, called a sound tube. I've also seen them called noise tubes, or gravity tubes. They aren't hard to find online, but I can sometimes find them for much cheaper at our local Dollar Store/Tree, etc. The idea is that the students will investigate what makes
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Duration: 3:39

History of the Atom Atoms & Elements Unit - Video Lesson #6 Need a sub plan? Tired of repeating yourself for the 1,000th time? Are many of your students working at different paces? Need a remediation plan? TRY USING A VIDEO LESSON! :) History of the Atom (26:41 min) • Describe in detail
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Duration: 26:41

In this video (supplement to lab of same name), we take a look at the reaction between baking soda and vinegar, and its effect on a flame. By taking what they know about fire (fire triangle), and the observations that they make during the lab, students will need to determine if this reaction does i
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Duration: 7:58

Get students excited about FORCES AND INTERACTIONS. This is a short (2 and a half minute) HD QUALITY educational video on the four fundamental forces. Also included: -Powerpoint slideshow of the video slides -written transcript of the video text -worksheet + answer key BONUS: exclusive access to
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Duration: 2:55

In this activity, students build a model to show molecular movement in solids, liquids, and gases and can use these models to show change of state such as melting, freezing, and evaporation. Using simple materials such as plastic pellets and plastic cups, students can design a series of models. By g
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Duration: 9:17

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