Videos have long been an excellent way to engage kids in learning. When it comes to science, today’s online videos take us places far beyond field trips. They show us science experiments that you just can’t do in the real classroom. They help answer the eternal “Why does it do that?” question. In short, they make science learning fun and meaningful. Take a look at our favorite sources for free science videos online.
1. Steve Spangler’s Sick Science
A Kale Smoothie recipe that actually tastes amazing! The perfect breakfast or snack, with no bananas and full of protein.
For a long time, I couldn’t stand the taste of kale in a green smoothie. I always felt like I could taste it too much, so I stuck with spinach most of the time.
But I finally came up with the perfect blend of ingredients that mask the kale SO WELL, you can’t even tell it’s there!
This Kale Smoothie recipe makes one large smoothie or two smaller servings. Sometimes I drink the whole thing for breakfast if I’m in the mood and don’t feel like eating yet, but often my husband and I will s...
Remember when the top knot was all the rage? Well, top knot, you’ve got some stiff competition, and it comes in the form of the slightly more feminine and sexy AF half-up top knot, as worn on the heads of Kourtney Kardashian, Lily Aldridge, and Kim Kardashian. This super flattering style adds a few extra inches in the vertical direction, and it’s relatively simple to achieve.
To recreate, take the front half of your hair and gather at the crown of your head (the higher, the better). Use a rubber band to secure. Then wrap the hair already in the rubber band into a bun and pull the tail through, like tying a knot. Keep in place with a few bobby pins. Showing the tail is chic, so pull out a few random pieces to re...
Written by Karen Harris
A blast from the past! Since time machines have not yet been invented, our only way to peer back in time, at people and events in the distant past and the not-so-distant past, is to look at photographs that were taken at the time. We hope this gallery of photographs help you to reminisce, help you learn something new, and help you craw connections between our past and our present.
A man standing on the first cables during the construction of the Golden Gate Bridge, with the Presidio and San Francisco in the background (1935).
It took some guts to work on the construction of San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge. In the 1930s, there was an unwritten rule regarding high-steel bridge constru...
Welcome to the Priyanka Chopra’s Look Book!
Is there anything Priyanka Chopra cannot do? I don’t think so. She is an actress, singer, philanthropist, beauty pageant winner and recently crown world’s second most beautiful woman after Beyoncé.
Priyanka Chopra has also a great sense of style. No matter what she throws on, there is always an elegance about the way she wears her clothes. She makes simplicity look good. Take a look at all of Priyanka Chopra’s best stre...
An edgy style is all about mix and matching your clothing wearing apparel with other outfit accessories that are reflective of your unconventional and unique personal style. To pursue a different winter edgy style, check out the following ideas that will keep you cozy without losing your expressive taste.
1. Hunt for Signature Jackets
Having a signature style doesn’t mean firmly sticking with a particular brand or color scheme. It’s more about a style that reflects your personality or identity. Find a winter jacket that best suits you. Black leather jackets, bomber jackets, solid-colored or plaid pea coats or trench coats are some popular choices.
Do you know dogs also get depressed? What are the causes of dog depression? What actually makes a dog a sad dog? Well, no doubt like humans, animals don’t have the feelings the way humans keep, but that doesn’t mean they cannot feel pain or depression. Dogs also suffer from depression and sadness, but the critical point is what makes your puppy a sad dog!
Here are some symptoms that can help you find out whether your puppy is suffering from dog depression or not.
- Dog often appears sad and lack of energy.
- Doesn’t overeat, and so drink less.
- Suddenly loss of interest in activities, and feeling sick.
Remember, dog depression is a chronic condition and is dangerous, ...
It’s said that you know you’ve become an adult when you put your bed against the middle of the wall rather than the corner. You can see why one would make this association: people living with a partner arrange their bed so that each person can get out of their respective side of the bed without disturbing the other. Someone responsible enough to wash their sheets frequently wants this chore to be as convenient as possible. Moving into a room large enough that it’s no longer necessary to shove the bed into a corner for space might represent a turning point in life.
Even so, plenty of single adults are up to the challenge of crawling across their beds to change the sheets and like sleeping in corners just fine. Some of us can’t imagine giving it up for anything, actually. If you have a hard time imagining sleeping peacefully in this spacious minimalist bedroom, you’re not the only one. Why is this?
Tumblr users started this odd debate...
If you asked me a year ago what word best described my parenting, it might have been “rigid.” Being a preschool teacher for so many years had made me a little too good at setting limits and following through. It got to the point where every day with my 3-year-old son was a repeat cycle of tears and unnecessary power struggles. I found myself thinking that I couldn’t let go of one single thing because then, “He’d win.”
But one day it hit me… at what point did he and I stop being on the same team? At what point did I start controlling him instead of guiding him? Of course I should want him to “win.” I want him to win at solving problems. To win at loving others unconditionally. Most importantly, to win in our relationship.
Fast forward to now, and I’m viewing defiance and misbehavior in a whole new light.
Photographing a wedding can be pressured and hectic. Remove the stress with our go-to guide to the wedding poses guaranteed to give gorgeous results every time.
There are many elements to capturing a wedding day with your camera. This article will focus mainly on posing for the bride and groom.
Before the big day, always scout out the venue/s and make a note/take photos of the spots which will work well for poses. Look for romantic surroundings and settings which could frame stolen moments.
Don’t forget to ask your bride and groom for their list of must-have images during your initial consultation. Meeting their requirements is a sure-fire way to get them to recommend you to family and friends.
There is a lot to remember on the day, so make sure you have a list of shots you need to get. Tick them off as you go along.
So with that in mind, here are ...