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How to Make Sidewalk Chalk
From YouTube
This video shows the viewer how to make sidewalk chalk. Most art stores will have the ingredients that you will need. The narrator demonstrates how to make the chalk with the ingredients. (05:35)
Found by grazianione in Science
August 12, 2009 at 02:35 PM
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Ingredients Needed to Make Foam Science Experiment
From YouTube, produced by Expert Village
In this video you will learn what are the ingredients and materials needed to make foam. A list of ingredients needed to make the foam and instructions on how to mix them together to make foam. An explanation is not provided. Run time 02:05.
Found by grazianione in Science
July 27, 2009 at 06:45 AM
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What Are Genes?
From YouTube, produced by 23andMe
Cartoon that explains what genes are and how they work. Nice simplification of a complex process. Color and narration with some subtitles. (04:25)
Found by laneyk in Science
July 13, 2009 at 08:19 AM
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Art Elements-Space
From Curriki, produced by NextVista.Org
This video, done by a high school student in Santa Clara, California, looks at one of the elements of art - space. It shows how to display depth and space. A discussion and examples of the different types of space helps you hve a good understanding o... [more]
June 30, 2009 at 01:00 PM
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Ben Franklin's Favorite Invention: The Glass Armonica
From metacafe.com, produced by History Channel
This 5-minute video shows how Franklin came to design this invention which famous people used and composed music for. This is a fascinating story of a musical invention that had a short life, but inspired many.
Found by freealan in Music
October 10, 2010 at 08:10 PM
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Map Lesson for Primary Grades
From Slideboom
This is a great slide show for students to learn about maps and the different kinds of maps (political, relief). The words are large and can easily be seen if using a projector in a classroom. (Only pictures, no narration or music)
July 24, 2009 at 08:37 PM