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Cool Song about separating mixtures

▶ The NEW Periodic Table Song (In Order)

Scientific Method

"Quick Six" (a fast-paced card game about the elements for ages 8-12+)

Science Videos - Perfect for your next lesson! Here you will find an organized collection of science videos that I find both entertaining as well as useful both inside the classroom and out. Topics include - Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Space and Earth Science.

My Biome Song

3 types of rock- a science song - YouTube - 2-minute video of the types of rock put to song

Rock Cycle Song

This music video uses upbeat music to help teach the layers of the Earth. The inner core, outer core, mantle, and crust are repeated in the lyrics several times as well as many facts about each layer. Lyrics are not included on the screen. The music style is current and similar to music students are listening to on the radio. (02:45)

They Might Be Giants: "Meet the Elements" (BB Video)

Balancing chemical equations with Skittles. For my visual and kinesthetic learners.

▶ T43 or T41 method for learning polyatomic ions in general chemistry - YouTube This is the BEST way to learn polyatomic ions!

Classical Conversations --Cycle 3 weeks 13-15...science songs

My students couldn't get enough of the Scientific Method Song by Have Fun Teaching. This website offers creative songs/raps about a multitude of topics. Following listening to the song, have your students complete the worksheets, activities, and flashcards that work hand in hand with the music!


Water Cycle Song

photosynthesis song: chloroplasts and chlorophyll - YouTube For FIFTH grade. Activity: write down the four things plants need to do photosynthesis. Lead Topic: what is photosynthesis.

The Matter Song (Solid or a Liquid or a Gas)

No two snowflakes are alike? Find out the answer to this scientific question in this video. Share this with students during winter. Produced by the American Chemical Society

I can use this song to introduce the scientific method to my students. We can listen to it each day to get the class started. AS

This song parody will reinforce some concepts regarding "solutions" in science. It distinguishes "solute" from "solvent" and emphasizes some of the characteristics of a solution and aqueous solutions. It is sung to the tune of "Don't Stop Believing" recorded and performed by Journey ( and a selection in the TV hit, "Glee".)