Students explain the attributes of polygons.
Students demonstrate how and what magnets attract. They perform an experiment multiple experiments to show which materials attract.
Students demonstrate how magnetic forces repell.
Students explain and demonstrate the parts of an atom.
Students explain how integers work.
Students explain how to use integers.
5th grade students explain aerodynamics.
5th grade students explain what a pixel is.
5th grade students explain how static electricity works.
5th grade students explain characteristics that make up beetles.
Students on the Frances Willard Elementary (Rock Island, IL) F.I.R.S.T. LEGO League team explain rain gardens.
Christopher explains the Base 10 system by comparing it to other base systems.
Video on Greenhouse Effect and it's importance by Sid (Grade 2). Idea, script, narration and music by Sid.
5-year old Mary Elizabeth and her assistant, Moose, conduct an experiment using flowers, food coloring, and time-lapse photography.
Abby unlocks the science behind the magic of cheese.
Using integers in math and the real world.
Real life applications of the Pythagorean Theorem.
5th graders explain the difference between gravity and anti-gravity.
5th grade students demonstrate examples of arrays in real life.
5th graders use stop motion animation to show the movement of the tectonic plates.
5th graders explain through multiple demonstrations the process of attracting and repelling.
5th graders creatively explain square numbers.
Using integers in the real world, complete version.
Students explain Pangea and the formation of the continents.
An explanation of the process of photosynthesis.
5th grade students created a model to explain the parts of this invertebrate.
A explanation of the forces involved in helicopter flight.
Explanation of magnets and energy transfer
Explanation of the science related to cupcakes
A music video explaining acceleration and free-falling!
1st and 2nd graders explain how LIGHT is dispersed into many colors to make a rainbow.
A brief introduction to 3D printers and design software that is revolutionizing manufacturing!
STEMfest Explain It! Video Entry:
Explanation and demonstration of momentum and impulse
Marshall (7th grade) conducts a flame test experiment and relates his results to the colors found in fireworks
3rd and 4th graders discuss what causes things around them to stop.
5th graders explain how to add and subtract decimals.
5th graders explain wind can create electrical energy.
5th grade students explain 2 famous paradoxes. They Skyped with a physicist from Fermilab to help answer some of their questions about paradoxes and time travel.
5th graders explain how batteries create electrical energy to complete circuits.
5th graders explain how solar cells create electrical energy.
5th grade students explain why time zones exist.
5th grade students explain percents through real life examples.
5th grader students explain the plate tectonics that cause eruptions.
This video presents information about the digestive system, using a Minecraft model.
Adaptation of Regeneration