CrashCourse This item has been hidden Physics Play all Dr. Shini Somara leads us through AP Physics 1 and 2. 10:40 10:02 10:09 10:06 11:04 10:59 9:54 9:20 9:55 9:21 8:56 This item has been hidden This item has been hidden TeamFourStar Dragonball Z Abridged Parody follows the adventures of Goku, Gohan, Krillin, Piccolo, Vegeta and the rest of the Z Warriors as they gather Dragonballs and fight intergalactic evil. With the comedic writings of Lanipator, Takahata101, and KaiserNeko this may not be the DBZ you remember but TFS hopes you enjoy it all the same. How high can the Krillin Owned Count get? Physics Sculptures Welcome to YouTube! The location filter shows you popular videos from the selected country or region on lists like Most Viewed and in search results.To change your location filter, please use the links in the footer at the bottom of the page. Click "OK" to accept this setting, or click "Cancel" to set your location filter to "Worldwide". The location filter shows you popular videos from the selected country or region on lists like Most Viewed and in search results.
Storytimes, early literacy, parent education, staff training…it's all good. The weekend of March 4-5 a meme floated around Twitter: For every “like” on a tweet with that image, the poster would list one book. Any book. ANY book! lore See what's next on Maker.TV ► Whetzel's got the origin story of The Legend of Zelda! Written by Phil: Voiced by Jimmy Whetzel: Animated by Edgar Nielsen: Transcript: 1985 saw the world completely enthralled in Nintendo's groundbreaking Super Mario Brothers, but its designer, Shigeru Miyamoto, was already hard at work on what would become his next masterpiece: The Legend of Zelda.
Exploding Euglena :: Microscope video : Protists, one-celled video, amoeba under the microscope. Euglena Euglena is a genus of microscopic, one-celled organisms in the Protista kingdom. There are about 150 species of euglenas. They live in fresh water, and are especially common in warm seasons when they may form a green scum on the surfaces of small ponds or drainage ditches. Euglenas have spindle-shaped bodies, and range in size from 1/1000 to 1/100 of an inch (0.025 to 0.254 millimeter) long. Natural Inquirer >> About Us The Natural Inquirer is a middle school science education journal! Scientists report their research in journals, which enable scientists to share information with one another. This journal, The Natural Inquirer, was created so that scientists can share their research with middle school students.
Crash Course Kids Welcome to Crash Course Kids! We are extremely excited to announce this new channel from the creators of Crash Course. We'll be talking about 5th Grade Science to start, then adding in more subjects as the channel grows. We're so happy to have you along for the ride with us and can't wait to get started! Video Galleries : Jimquisition : The Best Looking Game of This Generation The Jimquisition takes a break from discussing consumer shenanigans to focus a little on the games themselves. What exactly is the best looking game this generation, and why does it look better than the games you're all thinking of whenever such a discussion usually comes up? As always, the best looking of this generation has the answer (Jim is the best looking man because of his muscles). Follow Jim on twitter for a chance to win Twitter updates from Jim: @ JimSterling New episodes of appear every Monday, only at . Jim Sterling is the reviews editor for Destructoid.com and a game media gun-for-hire who appears regularly at GamePro, GameFront, GamesRadar and pretty much everywhere else.
iPad Music Desk While I’m best known for chance-based “circuit bending,” I’ve been composing and playing deterministic music for much longer, and I’m always interested in experimental music technology. My hacked iPad 2, broken out into a Music Desk crammed with extreme audio apps, is my favorite new instrument. On its own, the iPad sounds fine and its large touchscreen is a fantastic musician’s interface. Black Sheep Press: Authors Jane Cobb, BA, MLS, is a Children's Librarian with 25 years experience working with children and their families. She is currently the Coordinator of Parent-Child Mother Goose and Man in the Moon Programs for Vancouver Public Library in Vancouver, British Columbia; a Trainer for the Parent-Child Mother Goose Program in Toronto; and an Instructor of Children's Services in the Library Technician Program at Langara College in Vancouver. Jane is the author of What'll I Do with the Baby-o and I'm a Little Teapot. View Jane's Blog:
LEGO homeschool! Oodles of lesson plans and more for every grade and subject - Mankato Homeschooling Do you have a Lego lover in your house? Legos are great for learning when they're used as building tools, but there are also all sorts of great lesson plans on the web to use them in even more educational ways. From chemistry models to creative writing prompts to symmetry challenges, there are fabulous lesson plans on the net to use Legos in your homeschool. Alphabet Glue: An E-Magazine for Families. - Bird and Little Bird Welcome to the home of Alphabet Glue, a downloadable magazine for families who love books! Filled with activities, printables, projects and plenty of inspiration, Alphabet Glue was created in hopes of helping more families to incorporate creativity, imagination and all things literary into their everyday routines. Click on any or all of the buttons below to learn about each issue of Alphabet Glue and all of the crafty, bookish goodness that you can expect to find inside! current issue special issue
Kristin Fontichiaro's Blog About Learning, Teaching, Making Things, and Libraries [Reposted from MakerBridge blog] My Making in Michigan Libraries team has been talking a lot about the importance of purposefulness when bringing maker tools and materials into a space. It’s so easy to just buy stuff and let patrons and students loose … but without a purpose, which leads to a consistent “elevator speech” or narrative, making and building and constructing can seem like a gimmick. And if we believe in the power of what we do, then we want it to be sustainable and not a fad. (A similar challenge is that sometimes we know why we’ve acquired an activity’s materials or tools but just don’t articulate it.)