I can not describe how great this resource is. Excellent youtube videos for middle school science that are aligned for common core. The videos have links to google drive docs to fill out as students watch videos. Probably the best find in months for a middle school science teacher. Golden resource.
If you love science, I'll love LabTV, a series of free 5-minute videos on exciting topics. This blog post includes a free graphic organizer for students to use while watching the episodes. Great for the end of the school year!
Corkboard Connections: Science Comes Alive with LabTV!
Putting the Earth into Science is a classroom resource that aims to integrate Earth science topics into the core subjects of physics, chemistry, biology and mathematics. Through an interdisciplinary approach. The activities offer a meaningful educational experience to students who are often unaware of how Earth science impacts their daily lives. This resource is directed to teachers of high school chemistry, physics, biology, general science, environmental science and mathematics.
In this video from NASA, astronauts demonstrate the Bernoulli Principle on board the International Space Station. Using everyday objects like tissue boxes and a piece of paper, the astronauts show that when a liquid or gas flows more quickly, its pressure decreases. Also shown are some everyday on-Earth examples of the Bernoulli Principle in action.