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MashPlant is proud to be the official host of the STEMfest Explain It! Video Competition. Vote here for your favorite 2014 entry. Voting closes October 25th at 12:00am. Click here to view the entries and winners of the 2013 Explain It! Video Contest.
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Voltaic Pile

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Alessandro Volta and Luigi Galvani battle it out on Jeopardy debating the origin of the battery. Meanwhile, Abby explains how the voltaic pile works.

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Why Does It Rain

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An explanation of why it rains, along with a twist on why it snows and hails!

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Why Does It Rain

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An explanation of why it rains, along with even more information about snow and hail!

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Four 5th grade students explain the systems, structure, and functions thinking that takes place when we talk about science and math. Explore the concept of how we understand STEM.

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Why Does It Rain

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An explanation of why it rains, along with a twist on why it snows and hails!

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Physics in Gaming

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A description of how physics plays a part in gaming.

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Fractions

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One 5th grade student explain fractions through using Google Drawings.

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Two 5th grade students created a base ten out of Minecraft blocks! They explain why place value is useful through their new block system.

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Pop and Mentos

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Watch as five scientists explain Pop and Mentos like it has never been explained before!

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Solar Oven

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Watch as Sarah turns our sun and its renewable energy into a solar oven.

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Three 5th grade students explain how fractions and decimals are the same by creating images in Google Draw and using virtual manipulatives.

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Mary Elizabeth (1st grade) explains the science behind the colors of light and rainbows with some help from her sidekick, Moose.

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Glowing Rubber Egg

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Two science students take an ordinary egg and do extraordinary things with it!

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2014 STEMfest video visualizing the size of our galaxy in a way we all can understand.

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Why Divide?

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Two 5th grade students show you 2 scenarios about dividing.

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Two 5th graders created a rap and an animation to explain the parts of the water cycle.

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Sound

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A brief description on how sound works.

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Two 5th grade students use the technological tool "Snap Circuits" to explain how a circuit works!

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Weight Distribution

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Watch as Carl and Max explain the science behind weight distribution

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Four 5th graders created a script to teach you circuits work!

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Two 5th grade students have created a stop motion animation explaining how to do stop motion animation! Enjoy!

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Two 5th grade students teach you how to bundle and unbundle!

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Four 5th grade students take you on an exciting adventure through their nature show to discover the details of the Grey Wolf Food Chain!

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Frozen Water

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A video about frozen water created by Sean B and Daniel L.

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Sound

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A brief description of how sound works.

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Why Divide?

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Two 5th graders explain division and scenarios when you cannot divide evenly.

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One 5th grade uses virtual manipulatives and Google Draw to explain how and why to use expanded form when working with decimals.

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Three 5th graders created scenarios to show you fractions and decimals are the same.

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Magic of Hovering

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Watch as Natalie and Rachel explain the magic of hovering!

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Two 5th graders explain how to round numbers!

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Marshall (8th grade) explains fundamental concepts of rocketry by constructing and launching a water rocket.

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Making a Snowflake

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Watch as Glen and Caroline explain how to make a snowflake!

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