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6th Grade Life Science

Teacher Faces His Worst Fears to Inspire Students - All Good

Teacher Faces His Worst Fears to Inspire Students - All Good

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How North America Got Its Shape - TEDEd

North America didn’t always have its familiar shape, nor its famed mountains, canyons, and plains: all of that was once contained in an unrecognizable mass, buried deep in Rodinia, a huge supercontinent that lay on the face of the Earth. Peter J. Haproff explains how it took millions of years and some incredible plate tectonics to forge the continent we know today.

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Scientists at Work - Hawaii

American Museum of Natural History

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Monitoring Mt. Etna - Magma on the Move

American Museum of Natural History

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Yellowstone - Monitoring the Fire Below

American Museum of Natural History

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Instrusive and Extrusive Igneous Rocks

Igneous Rocks Introduction

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Characteristics of Life - The Amoeba Sisters

Characteristics of Life - The Amoeba Sisters

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Photosynthesis Video Quiz

Photosynthesis Video Quiz

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Energy for Life Cellular Respiration

Energy for Life Cellular Respiration

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What Exactly Are Minerals? Geologists Notebook

What Exactly Are Minerals? Geologists Notebook

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Getting to Know Energy

Getting to Know Energy

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Forces and Motion Discovery Education

Forces and Motion Discovery Education

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Elements of Physics Energy Work and Power

Elements of Physics Energy Work and Power

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Basics of Physics Exploring Energy

Basics of Physics Exploring Energy

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How do crystals work - TEDed

Many crystals have signature shapes— like the cascade of pointed quartz or a pile of galena cubes. Every crystal’s atoms have a defining feature: their organized, repeating pattern. The pattern isn't restricted to minerals - sand, ice, metals and DNA also have crystalline structures. So what causes them to grow into these shapes again and again? Graham Baird dives into the unique properties of crystals.

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Describing the invisible properties of gas - TEDEd

How do you explain the properties of something we can’t see? See how scientists use scientific principles, such as gravity, to observe gases. This lesson explores gases and how we have come to know what we know about them.

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Solid, liquid, gas and...plasma? - TEDEd

Have you ever seen static electricity cause a spark of light? What is that spark? What about lightning, the Northern Lights, or the tail of a comet? All of those things and many others – in fact, 99.9% of the universe -- are made of plasma. Michael Murillo gives the full picture on plasma.

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The invisible motion of still objects - TEDEd

Many of the inanimate objects around you probably seem perfectly still. But look deep into the atomic structure of any of them, and you’ll see a world in constant flux — with stretching, contracting, springing, jittering, drifting atoms everywhere. Ran Tivony describes how and why molecular movement occurs and investigates if it might ever stop.

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Is fire a solid, a liquid, or a gas - TEDEd

Sitting around a campfire, you can feel its heat, smell the woody smoke, and hear it crackle. If you get too close, it burns your eyes and stings your nostrils. You could stare at the bright flames forever as they twist and flicker in endless incarnations… But what exactly are you looking at? Elizabeth Cox illuminates the science behind fire.

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What is the coldest thing in the world? - TEDEd

The coldest materials in the world aren’t in Antarctica or at the top of Mount Everest. They’re in physics labs: clouds of gases held just fractions of a degree above absolute zero. Lina Marieth Hoyos explains how temperatures this low give scientists a window into the inner workings of matter, and allow engineers to build incredibly sensitive instruments that tell us more about the universe.

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How Atoms Bond - TedEd

How Atoms Bond - TedEd

The Science of Macaroni Salad: What's in a Molecule? - TedEd

The Science of Macaroni Salad: What's in a Molecule?

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History Brief: the Dust Bowl

History Brief: the Dust Bowl

Bill Nye Rocks & Soil

Bill Nye Rocks & Soil

The Kindness Scientist

Dr. Dacher Keltner, head researcher at UC Berkeley's Greater Good Science Center, speaks on how kindness and generosity not only make us happy -- but can contribute to good health!

Plasma: The Most Common Phase of Matter in the Universe

How Plasma Works and Examples in our Universe

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Bose-Einstein Condensates - Coldest Place in the Universe

Bose-Einstein Condensates - Coldest Place in the Universe

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Bill Nye Phases of Matter

Bill Nye Phases of Matter Bill Nye States of Matter

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How a Golden Retriever Saved Army Veteran

How a Golden Retriever Saved Army Veteran Luis Montalvan

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The Atom Song

The Atom Song

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