Science Videos Tips
Instructional Science Videos for Kids
Video Teaching Guide
Science A-Z offers engaging and instructional science videos for kids that extend the core concepts of a unit, model real science in action, or serve as virtual field trips, helping students visualize ideas from Science A-Z instructional resources. The videos illustrate science concepts and practices, often showing STEM professionals in action. Each science video is accompanied by Video Discussion Questions to foster critical thinking.
The SAZ Adventures video series is produced by Science A-Z. Doug and Jane show how the important concepts students are studying in the science unit apply to the real world around them. These videos come with Video Discussion Questions, as well as SAZ Adventures Teaching Tips that provide standards connections, key vocabulary, and other instructional support. Look for the symbol or use the filter to find these fun videos!
Why Use Science Videos
Multimedia brings technology into the classroom and engages students, especially visual and auditory learners, with science content that might not otherwise be accessible.
Science A-Z's science videos also provide dynamic illustrations of complex processes that text and static diagrams cannot.
How to Use Science Videos
Start with the Video Teaching Guide to learn about tips or activities for before, during, and after showing science videos to students.
Use the Video Discussion Questions that accompany every video to foster discussion and critical thinking about what students watched. The five discussion questions per video target various Depth of Knowledge and Bloom's taxonomy levels to ensure students not only comprehend what they learn, but also analyze and evaluate it.
Earth, Moon, and Sun
How Fast Is Light?
The Human Body
The Solar System
Clouds, Wind, and Storms
Minerals, Rocks, and Soil
Solids, Liquids, and Gases
Describing States of Matter