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In this video we use a typical classroom globe and a light bulb to show how Earth travels around the sun in its orbit and why it has seasons. We’ll look at four different cities and see how their length of day changes based on the position of Earth in its orbit and whether it’s tilted toward or away
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Duration: 7:38

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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Duration: 9:01

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

In this video we build a simple model to show how the Moon goes through phases. We’ll start by modeling the main phases: full, new, and quarter moons and how there’s a repeatable, recurring pattern. Then we’ll see how eclipses occur and why they can only happen during the new moon and full moon phas
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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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Duration: 9:20

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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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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Duration: 13:17

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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How can we visualize molecular movement and correlate this with diffusion and osmosis? How does diffusion change with temperature? Once substances have diffused, do they ever separate? Students watch diffusion using food coloring and different temperatures of water. This is a great introductory l
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Duration: 5:12

In this video of a lab (same name, available in my store), I walk through my conductor insulator lab. You can get a more detailed description of the lab from that item in the store, but essentially, students will use a simple circuit setup to determine if various materials are conductors, insulator
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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

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

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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This video investigates acceleration due to gravity by analyzing the motion of a ball rolling down a ramp much as Galileo did it. A pictorial, less mathematical method of graphing is introduced which acts as a bridge to more traditional graphing methods. Students will begin to develop an understandi
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This video is meant as a supplement to the lab of the same name, available in my store. One of the coolest things about teaching physical science or chemistry is the fun labs that you get to do. The least cool things about chemistry labs is dealing with the make-ups, as labs involving chemicals ca
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This is a video of me completing the activities (of the same name, available in my store). Following this, I explain each of the three activities. I currently use this video as a lab-makeup for students who were missing, but it could also be used for a teacher that has not done the activity to lea
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In this video we’ll travel to the equator and see how the sun’s path differs when viewed from here compared to the path it takes when viewed from the northern hemisphere. We’ll see how the sunrise and sunset locations are the same regardless of location, while the path the sun takes is different. I
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Dr. Kristie Ruddick presents an 18 minute video presentation of the limiting reagents foil lab (free download). Can be used for teacher preparation or presented to students. This simple activity can be used as a mini-Lab, a full lab, or a teacher demonstration. Students are able to visualize the
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Duration: 18:38

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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Duration: 16:02

Watch how the three primary colors of light add in different combinations variety of colors including white. Next colored filters are used to show how objects appear under different colors of light. While you could memorize all of the different combinations, how much easier to learn the logic of how
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This collection of hands-on activities covers the main concepts for studying waves and sound. You'll use different vibrating objects and see how each makes sound. Investigate wavelength, speed, frequency, amplitude through building a variety of models. Compare two types of waves transverse and longi
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This collection of hands-on activities digs into the concepts behind force, motion, and energy. Use battery-powered and pull-back cars to compare constant and accelerated motion. Learn a new way of graphing to help students see their experimental data turn into a picture. Use models to explore what
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This video is a supplement to go along with my lab of the same title. This video has me working through the lab, just as the students would, then walking through the hows-whys of the lab. I use this video in my class as a make-up video for those who miss the lab, or are sick for extended periods
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In this video we use a light bulb and copies of the zodiac constellations to model the constellations we can see from Earth and how these change from day to night and month to month. Using Stellarium, a computer planetarium program, we’ll take a quick detour to the southern hemisphere to show how th
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How do substances move in and out of cells? Can any substance enter a cell or are some prevented from doing so? What happens when a cell loses or gains a significant amount of water? This lab uses deshelled eggs to investigate how water can enter and exit across their membranes. The idea of a contro
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Duration: 9:47

Science Teachers - Learn how to increase student engagement and retention through the use of student-led station labs. In this video I will show you: - How to create an engaging station labs for you science class. I will walk you through the step by step process. - How to become the facilitator
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Duration: 38:47

Interested in trying lab stations with your science students? In this short video, "Lab Stations: How to Make Them Work for You" I will offer some tips and tricks for the smooth set up and implementation of lab station activities. Topics covered include: • Reasons why lab stations are an effectiv
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Duration: 11:16

How do polarized sunglasses work and why can’t I read my computer screen when I’m wearing them? How does light bend when it enters a different media? Why does it look like objects are behind mirrors? Watch your students become scientists as they dig into these fascinating questions. These three diff
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Duration: 9:52

If you enjoy this free tutorial, you’ll love the complete Activity Challenge (for Elementary AND Middle School students). Each STEM Activity Challenge comes with: A Teacher Demonstration Video (tutorial), Teacher Instructions, Materials Lists, Student Worksheets, Grading Rubrics &am
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Duration: 5:13

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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If you enjoy this free tutorial, you’ll love the complete STEM Activity Challenge! Each challenge comes with: Teacher Demonstration Video (tutorial), Teacher Instructions, Materials Lists, Student Worksheets, Grading Rubrics & an NGSS reference sheet. *****It's a FREE</
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Duration: 5:29

If you enjoy this free tutorial, you’ll love the complete STEM Activity Challenge! Each challenge comes with: Teacher Demonstration Video (tutorial), Teacher Instructions, Materials Lists, Student Worksheets, Grading Rubrics & an NGSS reference sheet. *****It's a FREE</
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Duration: 4:07

If you enjoy this free tutorial, you’ll love the complete Activity Challenge (for Elementary AND Middle School students). Each STEM Activity Challenge comes with: A Teacher Demonstration Video (tutorial), Teacher Instructions, Materials Lists, Student Worksheets, Grading Rubrics &am
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Do your students struggle with graphing? In this video, we’ll look at distance vs. time graphs and show a method of producing them that doesn’t use numbers or rulers or graph paper. Graphs are a pictorial means of expressing data. But as novice learners, students can get so focused on how to graph
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These activities are great addditions to a study of forces and motion. In the first experiment students push two pennies off a table: one simply falls and the other is launched horizontally. Regardless of how far or fast the one penny is launched, both hit the ground simultaneously. This simple demo
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Do chemical reactions happen faster if they are hot or cold? Does the temperature of a chemical reaction matter? Learn about why AlkaSeltzer reacts with hot water faster than it does with cold water, and how you can use this in our Mission to Mars rocket lab. Get our Mission to Mars Products in you
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This is a fun take on the tried and true egg drop experiment that allows students to engineer a delivery vehicle that successfully lands an egg on a hard surface below. Looking for less mess? We used
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This one and a half minute video demonstrates the proper way to wash your hands for good sanitation and to avoid contamination. Great information for a cooking or health class, or pretty much everyone!!
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Duration: 1:33

How do molecules move? Are solids really stationary or do their molecules move as well? What happens during a change of state at the molecular level? This game allows students to better visualize these ideas by becoming molecules. Simulation games like this are especially helpful for kinesthetic lea
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I want to help empower Elementary School Teachers to do science experiments with their students. Hands on science is so important to help students learn. This 'What is the bounciest ball?' video is designed to watch in class with your students and then actually do the experiment with them. I have in
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Duration: 4:09

This collection of hands-on activities digs into the concepts behind molecular motion including diffusion and osmosis. Students collect evidence of osmosis by weighting deshelled eggs and potatoes before and after exposing them to different concentrations of solvents. They’ll use two different model
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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 demonstratio
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