New! Bill Nye The Science Guy on Blood and Circulation
5th - 8th
Did you know that high-speed aviators need to wear a special g-suit in order to keep blood flowing to their brains when experiencing intense acceleration forces? Bill Nye takes a flight in such a situation. After his trip, two facts about the circulatory system are flashed on the screen. That is all there is to this short clip, but it's enough to get the blood pumping in your life science class!
Bill Nye Static Electricity
In this static electricity worksheet, students watch a 'Bill Nye' science video about static electricity. Students then answer the 16 questions as they watch the video.
“Bill Nye: Genes” Video Worksheet
For this "Bill Nye - Genes" worksheet, learners watch the movie and respond to 35 fill in the blank and short answer questions regarding information from the documentary pertaining to genes.
Phases of Matter
In this Bill Nye packet, 5th graders focus on the phases of matter. Students complete a chart of what is already known and what has been learned as well as 6 short answer, 7 true/false, and 3 multiplie choice questions about the topic explored.
Barge Building: What Floats Your Boat?
Students construct aluminum foil boats that float while holding the greatest number of pennies. They investigate the concept of water displacement, record their results, and watch a Bill Nye video on buoyancy.
Learners identify characteristics of water. They describe the process by which light decreases and pressure increases as water depth increases. They demonstrate the principle of water pressure in a small group experiment.
Why Bill Nye, and Others Like Him, are Rockstars
How does Bill Nye maintain rockstar status nearly two decades past when he first appeared on PBS?
The Science of Flight in Relationship to Birds and Gliders
Students study man's first form of flight which truly imitated the free-flight of birds--the glider. They examine such important contributions to the invention of the glider, such as Sir George Cayley, Jean Marie LeBris, Otto Lilienthal and others. They focus on how gliders actually fly
The Circulatory System (Grades 6-8)
Students explore the interrelationship of structure and function in the circulatory system. They name the parts of the circulatory system and telling what each part does. They draw a picture of the heart and describe the pathway of blood through it.
Sending a Sundial to Mars
You know him from his famous science education videos, but now hear him get personal as he tells the story of how his father, while being a prisoner of war, became fascinated with sundials. Today, he has inherited the fascination, and in fact, has helped to get a sundial set up on Mars! Bill Nye, as a guest on TED Talk, teaches here what an annalemma is, and inspires viewers to learn more about our relationship to the sun.
Buoyancy: Integrating Science and Literature
Integrate science and literature by testing -- with scientific method -- the veracity of the floating peach described in Roald Dahl's James and the Giant Peach. Clips from a Bill Nye: The Science Guy episode about buoyancy frontload vocabulary for your young scholars prior to an experiment about what will sink and what will float. Education at its most engaging and relevant.
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- Kati C.
- Rockaway Park, NY