Children can learn about all the parts of nervous system and the functions of the nervous system in this very popular video.There are several other videos also on human body system on our website, please do check.
Friction is a very important concept of physics.In this animated educational video,kids can learn about the meaning of friction.When and where effects of friction can be felt ?And what are the advantages and benefits of friction.
Learn about the differences among elements, compounds and mixtures. In this chemistry video for kids, definition of elements and compounds is explained with very clear and animated examples.
In this video, kids can learn about how the electricity is produced and how electricity works. Electricity produced from coal,electricity produced by water are very clearly described. Apart from it ,generation of wind energy with help of wind mills and solar electricity production with help of photo-voltaic cells is also explained clearly.
A solution is a homogeneous mixture of two or more substances.In a solution, a solute is dissolved in other substance known as a solvent. A solvent can be defined as liquid or gas, that dissolves another liquid ,a solid or a gaseous solute, this results in formation of a solution.
Simplified lesson on ' Weathering & Erosion' for primary grade kids. Weathering is the process where rocks are worn away or broken down into smaller pieces by wind ,water or plants etc.Erosion happens when these broken rocks and sediments are picked up & moved to another place by ice, water or wind. Water erosion and Wind erosion are two major types of erosion. Also erosion and weathering reasons can be divided into chemical and physical weathering. Children can learn differences in weathering vs. erosion and there are few suggested activities also in this tutorial.
A brief introduction of www.makemegenius. com is provided in this short animation movie for children.It can serve as a guide for toddlers to take maximum advantage from the best website for science for kids.Do watch it to understand the ways to explore various educational videos on this site.
In this video,kids can learn all about static and current electricity. This animated video takes the children through the whole concept and differences between static and current electricity.This is a good resource for teachers who are trying to explain this unit to preschool and kindergarten toddlers.
Muscles in an average human body constitute 40% of the body's weight ,there about 600 muscles in a human body.All these muscles put together form muscular system.The muscular system is a network of muscles and tissues which control the body's movement. All the activities which the body performs (i.e., jumping ,smiling & running etc.) happen due to the contraction and relaxation of the muscles. The major functions of human muscular system are : a) Body movement which happens due to muscles contraction and expansion.b)Maintenance of posture with help of skeletal muscles c) Production of body heat which is required to maintain the temperature of the human body.
In this animation video ,kids can learn about formation of fossils and about fossil fuels.The study of fossils is known as paleontology.Thousands of years ago ,when living organisms died, they were buried under land and sea. Pressure of other upper layers that were formed later and with certain chemical reactions, some of the remaining parts of dead organisms changed shape.Watch this lesson for definition and more understanding about fossils.
Have you ever visited a library or a large book shop?There are thousands of books related different topics. Have you realized that these books are arranged under some titles like story books,cooking books,study books for different grades etc. Do you know why this is done? This is done to help the reader or students to sort out the books in an easy manner.All books related to one subject or class are put in one section.This is called classification.Scientists have done the same thing for classifying living organisms. There are over millions types of living things.To sort out similar type of living things and to understand them better ,they have been divided into different categories based on their similarities and differences.Biologists have divided all living organisms in five different groups (In US ,they divide it in 6 different kingdoms).Classifying all of the living beings in these groups has made the identification and understanding of different characteristics for different types of animals , plants and other microorganisms easier for all. Each species belong to a genus,each genus belongs to a family,and each family belongs to an order etc.etc.All animals are in one kingdom and all plants are in other kingdom.Most accepted classification has 6 kingdoms,plants,animals,fungi and two one celled organisms kingdoms which are prokaryotes and protoctists
All living things need food to have energy which help them to grow and move.A food chain tells how each living thing gets its food and how most of living beings are dependent on each other for their energy requirement.It is also called food web or energy pyramid. A food chain always starts with a producer, which in most of the cases is a plant and it ends with a predator,it is at the top of the food chain. Consumers, scavengers,herbivores and decomposer form important constituents of a food chain. The difference between a food chain and a food web lies in the complexity of certain food chain.A food chain follows a single path where one animal eats the other one whereas a food web shows interconnection among several animals.
Magnets and Magnetism - Meaning and Definition-What is a magnet ?How it can pull other things?What is magnetism? What is magnetic field? How magnets help in navigation? Magnets experiments and Magnet types ? Get answers to these and many more other questions about magnetism in this interesting video.Suitable for Class 4,Class 5 ,Grade 4,Grade 5 .
Life Chain ,Energy Pyramid Video for Kids - Butter Fly, Frog, Birds,Humans,Mosquitoes. Meaning of Life Cycle :It is the sequence of the transfer of food energy from one organism to another.A food chain begins with a producer, producers are eaten by primary consumers (called herbivores) which are eaten by secondary consumers (known as carnivores), some of which may in turn be eaten by tertiary consumers.The complex system of interrelated food chains in an environment is known as a food web. Suitable for :Year 6,year 7,year 8,year 9,year 10, year 10, year 11, grade 3,grade 4, grade 5,grade 6,grade 7,class 3,class 4,class 5,class 6,class 7,ks 3,ks 4,ks 5,ks 6,ks 7
Do you know that Plants cannot absorb nitrogen directly from the atmosphere! This nitrogen needs to be fixed first so that it can be used by plants and animals.In this short video, we learn that certain types of bacteria help to convert atmospheric nitrogen into usable forms such as nitrates and nitrites.These nitrogen fixing bacteria are commonly found in the roots of plants of pulses(legumes). These usable forms of nitrogen are absorbed by plants to produce amino acids, which in turn form proteins. When an animal eats these plants, nitrogen enters its body through the proteins present in plants.When plants and animals die, they start decomposing after some time. During this process, proteins containing nitrogen are converted into nitrates and nitrites by the action of decomposing bacteria ,which is present in the soil. Few other types of bacteria convert nitrates and nitrites into nitrogen gas.This way nitrogen cycle continues. There are 4-6 simple steps in a nitrogen cycle.These are nitrogen fixation,nitrification,assimilation,ammonification, denitrification.All steps of nitrogen cycle are presented in an order in the above video for kids
Learn about all the different types of rocks in this short cartoon video for kids
Germs are everywhere.They are invisible to eyes.They are so tiny that they can be seen only under microscope.There are are good germs as well as bad germs .Bad germs spread diseases. Germs can be divided into two categories- Viruses and Bacteria.Some bad bacteria cause diseases like sore throat,pneumonia etc.Some bacteria is good also e.g. certain kind of bacteria in our intestines help our body to digest the food easily. Viruses can also cause diseases like flu,measles,chickenpox etc.The list is really long.Viruses are present everywhere so washing hands on regular intervals becomes important to avoid infections or attack by viruses.
Children would remember the earth's atmospheric layers and the inner structure of next time whenever they eat pizza,egg or burger. The earth's atmosphere is divided into five layers.The order is as follows: Troposphere,Stratosphere,Mesosphere, Thermosphere and Exosphere.The layers of the atmosphere are thicker at the bottom and they go thinner as we move up.Air pressure and intensity decreases with the altitude in the earth's atmosphere. The inner structure of the earth is like an onion or an egg,having several layers.The outer shell is known as crust,where all plantation grows.The next layer is mantle,it is made of solid rocks but it behaves like a thick liquid.Next layer is called the core, it is made of solid iron and nickel. Temperature in the core is believed to be 5000 degree Celsius.Despite so much heat, iron is in solid form in the core because of massive pressure.
A short cartoon movie explaining the difference between Potential and Kinetic energy.Potential energy is the stored energy in an object due of its position or its configuration whereas Kinetic energy is the energy which a body possesses because it is in motion.Know many other facts about potential and kinetic energy Suitable for KS4,KS5,KS6,KS7,KS8 Grade 4,Grade 5,Grade 6,Grade 7 from year 8 to 12.
Urinary system video for kids. Animated lesson on how Urine comes.Excretion of wasteful liquid is very important for human body .This video takes you through the different parts of this system & functions of these important parts.Functions and parts of human excretory system are explained in a very simple and entertaining manner,all organs and facts of the excretory system are clearly defined in this video for kids.
A video explaining difference between endothermic and exothermic reactions.An endothermic reaction depends on taking in heat to proceed.So in endothermic reaction ,heat is absorbed. The opposite of an endothermic process is an exothermic process,in which energy is released in the form of heat. Suitable for :KS4,KS5,KS6,KS7 Grade 4,Grade 5,Grade 5,Grade 6,Grade 7 students
Global Warming Meaning: Global warming can be defined as heating of earth because of increase in green house gases ((carbon dioxide, water vapor, nitrous oxide, and methane).There are several other causes also for global warming which are explained in this video .These gases trap more heat from the sunlight reflected by earth ,so temperature of the earth goes up.This may hurt all living beings.There are other harmful effects also .In this educative video,find all answers to the questions about what is global warming ,what is ozone layer,what is greenhouse effect etc. Suitable for :Kindergarten,grade 2,grade 3,grade 4,grade 5,grade 6,grade 7, year 6,year,7,year 8,year 9,year 10, year 11,year 12, ks 2,ks 3,ks,4,ks 5,ks 6,ks 7.
Soil erosion video explains the process which removes top soil layers & carries them away from soil to water -bodies or other land. It results in the loss of valuable top soil and important nutrients that are necessary for crops to grow.There are 3 major kinds of erosion: erosion by wind,erosion by water and erosion by tillage.Plants,grasses and tress play an important role in preventing soil erosion and run-off.Soil conservation is very important to save our agriculture so that we keep getting enough food. Soil erosion is a very slow process and goes relatively unnoticed.Top soil gets eroded slowly thus affecting the nutrients quantity in the soil which reduces the productivity. In this video ,children will learn about the meaning of erosion, causes of soil erosion and the effects of soil erosion on the land.
Carbon Dioxide (CO2) cycle & effect on global warming -Definition & Meaning-Carbon cycle is a process by which carbon is exchanged among the various geological systems of the earth and its atmosphere.All living things are made of carbon,it is the 2nd most abundant thing on the Earth after water.But as the Earth is dynamic even carbon is always on the move. This movement of carbon dioxide (combined with oxygen) from one life form to other is known as the Carbon Cycle. The Carbon Dioxide Cycle describes the movement of carbon ,how it is recycled & reused in biosphere.The carbon cycle steps involve several natural processes.Plants absorb carbon from atmosphere to prepare their food,this carbon becomes part of the plants.Plants die and they get buried in soil for millions of years,these plants become fossil fuel and turn themselves into coal or oil. When humans burn these fossil fuels,carbon is liberated and it becomes part of the atmosphere again
There are several plates floating on earth surface.The earth crust is covered by them, these are called tectonic plates. In geography,movement of these plates is known as plate tectonics.Geologists keep studying about formation and movement of these plates.Few are large plates and few are small ,they are moving slowly at different speeds.The plates under ocean are called oceanic plates whereas plates under continents are known as continental plates.The place where these plates meet are known as boundary.Simple explanation of plate tectonics & continental drift for kids by animation video.Easy way of teaching a little complex theory to the children.
With help of this educational video, kids can understand all about the different phases/changes of the matter.It removes the confusion between states of matter and phases of matter.We need to keep in mind that matter is everything around us.Like explained in states of matter video,matter is anything made of atoms and molecules and matter is anything that has mass and takes up space. If you don't understand mass, think it as the amount of stuff in an object.Objects keep changing due to heat and pressure e.g.water can move in different phases like it changes to ice on freezing & ice can change back to water through heating due to evaporation.Similarly condensation,melting are also different phases of matter.
Animal Cell Structure -Cell is the basic unit of any living organism.All organisms are made of cells ,there are some unicellular organism which are made of only a single cell.The have different parts of a cell are called organelles,which carry out different functions. An animal has several parts and each part has different function in the human body. For example a part called mitochondrion produces energy from the food whereas another part called ribosomes assemble protein from amino acids.Every cell is surrounded by a thin membrane which protects the cell from external environment.
Meaning & Definition:The endocrine system is the collective name given to several glands, each of which secretes different types of hormones directly into the bloodstream, which are important for our body to grow & function normally.it influences almost every cell, organ and function of our bodies. A gland is a group of cells.A gland produces and gives of chemicals which are necessary for smooth function of human body.Endocrine system has several glands e.g. Pituitary,Thyroid,Adrenal,Pancreas etc.The endocrine system is in charge of regulating mood, growth & development, tissue function, and metabolism.It is also responsible for sexual function and reproductive processes in human body.
A fun video for kids explaining Newton's all laws of motion. The 1st law states that 'Things want to keep on doing what they are already doing'.It means that if you kick a ball ,it will keep moving unless it is stopped by some external force. At the same it states that if a thing is in resting position ,it will always be in that position unless some external force is applied on it to make it change its position.This law is also known as the law of inertia. The second law states that' Force is directly proportional to mass and acceleration.This simply implies that harder we kick a ball,farther it will go and vice versa. 3rd law states that there is a action & reaction act in a pair.In simple terms it says that for every reaction ,there is an equal and opposite reaction.
A small beautiful video explaining the science behind rainbow formation.When the sunlight falls on a raindrop, the light is bent because the light is moving from one medium(air) to other medium( water). Drops of rainwater disperse light in a similar way as a prism.. When the light comes out of the water droplet, the sun's rays (white light) gets split into light of different wavelengths (colors). Each raindrop behaves like a prism, dispersing white sunlight into its seven component colors ,hence a rainbow is formed. Educational video for :KS2,KS3,KS4,KS5 class Grade 1,Grade 2,Grade 3,Grade4,Grade 5.Kindergarten,toddlers,preschoolers.
Understanding Photosynthesis process for Kids. By the process of Photosynthesis , plants produce energy to grow and survive. They absorb sun (light energy), water & nutrients from soil and carbon dioxide from air . These are used make glucose/sugar, which works as the energy/food for the plants.In this chemical reaction,oxygen is also produced as byproduct by the plants which is used by living beings for respiration. Different parts of the plants play different roles to complete the photosynthesis process.Roots absorb water and nutrients from the soil.Leaves help in getting air and sunlight from the atmosphere.Chlorophyll in the leaves also help in photosynthesis
The function of the circulatory system in human body is to help in transportation of materials throughout the body.It transports oxygen,nutrient and water to all the cells of your body.Most of the nutrients in your body moves through blood, circulatory system has the organs which help in pushing blood in all parts of our body.Heart is one of the important organs of the circulatory system. Heart & blood circulation system video for Kids.Blood Circulation in human body.Explanation of Circulatory & Cardiovascular system.Educational Videos for Kids
Skeletal System-Meaning and Definition- Human Skeletal system consists of all the bones and joints present in the body.This organ system of human body protects and supports the body.The bones give a structure for muscles to help the body to move.In this educational cartoon movie, children can learn all about skeletal system in humans in a fun way. Human anatomy Educational Video for class 3,class 4,class 5,class 6 ,grade 2,grade 3,grade 4,grade 5,grade 6,grade 7. Even small kids from kindergarten and preschool can take away lot of learning from it.
We have all read in school that matter is everything around us. It is anything made of atoms and molecules and matter is anything that has mass and takes up space. If you don't understand mass, think it as the amount of stuff in an object.Matter can exist in 4 different states e.g. solid,liquid,gas and plasma. All the states depend upon the distance among molecules/atoms present in the material. Atoms are closest when matter is in solid state whereas in state of gas ,atoms are further away from each other as compared to liquids and solids.Changing temperature like heating can change the state of the matter. Objects keep changing their states due to heat and pressure e.g.water can move in different phases like it changes to ice on freezing & ice can change back to water through heating due to evaporation.
Humans have five senses. These are :Sight , hearing , taste , smell , and touch. This video explains these human body senses in an easy & interesting way . This video contains functioning of eye ,ear, ear as well as nose.All the different organs of human senses are well explained in animated form This animated cartoon video is in two parts.
Have you ever traveled in a plane?Have you ever felt that your ears pop up when you are on a high altitude? This happens due to atmospheric pressure.As you go up ,air pressure outside your ears becomes lower than the air pressure inside your body! Your ears pop to equalize that gap. Do you know that the air around us has weight, and it presses against everything it touches. This pressure is called atmospheric pressure or air pressure.This is helpful in several areas for living organisms like respiration.Air pressure drops as we move to higher altitudes as explained in above example.As the air pressure decreases,the amount of oxygen also decreases that is why mountaineers carry oxygen cylinders with them to breathe on higher altitudes. Check this interesting animated educational video for K12 kids.Suitable for grade 5th and 6th school education. Video for kids of KS3,KS4,KS5,KS6,year 4,year 5,year 6,year 7,year 8,year 9,year 10,year 11
Atoms and Molecules -Meaning and Definition-Atoms are basic building blocks of any matter.Combination of these atoms are molecules.Atoms are made of particles called protons, electrons & neutrons.All the facts about atoms and molecule are clearly defined. Check this video for fun learning of atomic structure as well as kids can clearly distinguish atoms and molecules after watching this video.
Immune System -Description and understanding- Human immune system is made up of several cells,tissues,proteins etc which protect human body from viruses and other harmful micro-organisms.It helps in preventing diseases and fighting illness. The function of the human immune system and organs of the immune system need to be understood well to understand the whole human body.In this funny,informative & educational movie, kids can very easily understand the functioning of this important human organ system. It is a part of Human Anatomy series.It is suitable for all learners starting from kindergarten to K12.
What is Soil & how many types of soil is out there? Meaning and definition -Soil is a thin upper layer of material on the Earth's surface where plants have their roots. It is made over a long period of time with weathered rocks and decayed plants and animals.A scientist who studies the soil is known as pedologist. There are three (3) major types of soil -Sandy,Clay and Loam . As for as soil profile is concerned, soil is made of different layers, these layers of soil are called soil horizons.Each layer has its own distinct characteristics.The upper layers are rich in organic matter,humus and other nutrients and are good for plants.The lower layers are rocky.Upper layer is called topsoil whereas lower level layers are known as subsoil and bedrock.
Eye is an important part of a living being,giving the sense of sight.A simple video for school kids explaining the functions of eyes & different parts of the eye.
Dew Video for kids.Video explaining science behind Dew drops formation.Good for elementary and primary school kids
The Greenhouse Effect can be defined as a natural process when certain gases in the atmosphere trap infrared radiation of the environment. Like a greenhouse keeps its inside temperature warmer,the greenhouse effect makes the planet warmer, The greenhouse effect is caused by greenhouse gases.The most important greenhouse gases are: water vapor, carbon dioxide, and methane.
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