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60-Second Science: Water Wonder. Watch this short video of selaginella lepidophylla as it uncurls and rehydrates itself. This video also includes inquiry questions and a worksheet for students to use!

60-Second Science: Water Wonder

In life science, we study animals, plants, fungi, protozoa, and bacteria…all living things on our planet! We investigate their composition, how they function, their relationships, how they obtain their nutrients, their environments, and their relationships to one another. For instance, animals need plants, plants need animals, and the cycle continues! One of the most important aspects of living organisms is that they can adapt to their environment. An adaptation is defined as any trait or…

When you study the states of matter, make sure you introduce this colorful experiment. Non-Newtonian fluid is easy to create and transcends the solid and liquid barriers and acts as both. You can easily implement washable markers to create a beautiful design. This 60-Second Science lab includes a video, teacher instructions, and student worksheet.

60-Second Science: Non-Newtonian Fluid

DOWNLOAD THE NON-NEWTONIAN FLUID PRINTABLE HERE Happy Friday! To celebrate the launch of our new blog format, we're coming at you with our second 60-Second Science video. (Check out the first one here.) This experiment provides colorful way to learn about solids and liquids. In this experiment, your students will be able to observe a fluid that contains properties of both a solid and a liquid. RELATED: 3 TECTONICS ACTIVITIES WITH SANDWICH COOKIES Watch a quick demonstration…

60-Second Science video: here's the easiest elephant toothpaste experiment you'll find. Plus, we included a video, teacher instructions, and a student graphic organizer full so they can predict and document the whole thing!

60-Second Science: Bubble Trouble

DOWNLOAD THE BUBBLE TROUBLE PRINTABLE HERE Happy Friday! It seems to be that point in the school year where all the newness has worn off and routines are set in place. And as soon as that sets in, students get kind of restless. One of the best ways to combat that is to incorporate as many activities, labs, and experiments as possible. RELATED: CLOSE READING IN YOUR CLASSROOM This edition of 60-Second Science is a favorite. Teachers love it, kids love it - it's a win all the way around. To…

Use this 60-Second Science video to explore rock types. Geology has never been so fun! What types of rocks are sedimentary, igneous, and metamorphic? Find out here!

60-Second Science: Rock Types

Hi friends! 2017 is just flying by, right? January is a month that some people dread but for us at LearnEd, we're doing big things. We're always traveling to conferences sharing our curriculum with teachers and then we're also brainstorming ways to make things better. 60-Second Science is one of our favorites so we hope you love it as much as we do. Dive into science with your students and have fun doing it! The next time you walk outside, take a look around. From photosynthesis to the water…

Plant Transport: Xylem and Phloem, Transpiration [3D Animation] (+playlist)

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60-second science: expansion exploration. Another science experiment on video assessing why soap expands with heat.

60-Second Science: Expansion Exploration

Welcome to the newest edition of 60-second science! These are our favorites and if you're not caught up, you can see all of them here. We've had some conversations with teachers at conferences recently - they've asked the best way to use 60-second science in their classroom. And the truth is there are tons of ways that this series can be used but you need to make it work for you. We're all about teaching the way you want to teach and everything we do at LearnEd Notebooks is done with that in…

Winter Animal Videos - Polar Bears, Penguins, Walruses, Arctic Hares, and more!

Arctic Animal Videos - Simply Kinder

Winter Animal Videos - Polar Bears, Penguins, Walruses, Arctic Hares, and more!

WOW! is all I have to say...this video is unbelievable! What a fantastic way to introduce cells to kids!

Introduction to Cells

WOW! is all I have to say...this video is unbelievable! What a fantastic way to introduce cells to kids!

Movies that Help to Teach Science How about showing a clip from a movie to teach a science concept? David Brin has some ideas to help!

recommended movies that help teach science

DAVID BRIN recommends science fiction films that both captivate and illustrate basic science concepts.

STEAM YouTube Channels for Elementary Age Kids by imaginationsoup: Yhat they'll love! #STEAM

STEAM YouTube Channels for Elementary Kids

Elementary-age kids need good, age-appropriate STEAM / STEM YouTube channels. I've discovered the best of these to share with you today.

YouTube is one of the most popular social media tools and is very popular among educators. I often use YouTube within lessons to highlight a point or bring excitement to a lesson. I have also used YouTube to have student publish excellent work.

30+ YouTube Channels for Teachers

Here are 30+ fantastic YouTube Channels for Teachers, Students, Administrators or any Educator!

How does cancer spread from one organ to another? A crash course on metastasis

How does cancer spread through the body? - Ivan Seah Yu Jun

How does cancer spread from one organ to another? A crash course on metastasis

LearnEd Notebooks presents 60-Second Science. This experiment with Non-Newtonian fluid examines solids and liquids and is complete with a YouTube video, teacher instructions to guide you through the experiment, and a student worksheet.

60-Second Science: Non-Newtonian Fluid

DOWNLOAD THE NON-NEWTONIAN FLUID PRINTABLE HERE Happy Friday! To celebrate the launch of our new blog format, we're coming at you with our second 60-Second Science video. (Check out the first one here.) This experiment provides colorful way to learn about solids and liquids. In this experiment, your students will be able to observe a fluid that contains properties of both a solid and a liquid. RELATED: 3 TECTONICS ACTIVITIES WITH SANDWICH COOKIES Watch a quick demonstration…

60-Second Science video: here's the easiest elephant toothpaste experiment you'll find. Plus, we included a video, teacher instructions, and a student graphic organizer full so they can predict and document the whole thing!

60-Second Science: Bubble Trouble

DOWNLOAD THE BUBBLE TROUBLE PRINTABLE HERE Happy Friday! It seems to be that point in the school year where all the newness has worn off and routines are set in place. And as soon as that sets in, students get kind of restless. One of the best ways to combat that is to incorporate as many activities, labs, and experiments as possible. RELATED: CLOSE READING IN YOUR CLASSROOM This edition of 60-Second Science is a favorite. Teachers love it, kids love it - it's a win all the way around. To…

When you're studying thermal energy, use our Thinking Thermally experiment. It contains a 60-Second Science video, instructions for the teacher, plus a graphic organizer for students to make predictions and document the process. You've never had so much fun with glowsticks in the classroom!

60-Second Science: Thinking Thermally

DOWNLOAD THE THINKING THERMALLY PRINTABLE HERE What's more exciting than launching a brand new blog? A brand new blog with the first installment of the video series. Welcome to the first ever 60-Second Science on The LearnEd Teacher! If you've been around for a while, you'll see all of our previous blog's content here and find that it's a little more user-friendly. We'd love for you to click around The LearnEd Teacher (or TLT, as we have affectionately nicknamed it) because there are a few…

Human Body Videos for Kids found on YouTube that are perfect to incorporate into your human body unit.

Human Body Videos for Kids

Human Body Videos for Kids found on YouTube that are perfect to incorporate into your human body unit.