Favorite Things: Video Channels
125 Great Science Videos
A gaggle of great videos for science teachers ranging from astronomy and space travel to biology and chemistry.
197 Educational YouTube Channels You Should Know About
These channels allow instructors to share information and blend media in unprecedented and exciting new ways. From teaching Mandarin Chinese to busting myths about Astronomy, the educational possibilities are virtually endless pun intended!
Takes you "backstage" at some of the UK's most amazing science facilities. They include space telescopes, powerful lasers and football-field sized experiments.
View preview videos for some of BBC Science’s top documentaries.
Bright Storm’s YouTube channel
Includes hundreds of videos for Algebra I, Algebra II, Trigonometry, Precalculus, and Calculus, as well as some SAT and ACT prep videos.
Jump into the world of Circuit Playground. Learn all about the amazing things that make circuits tick - and beep, and blink, and more!
Crash Course Channel
Two awesome courses in one awesome channel: John Green teaches you world history and Hank Green teaches you biology.
Certified art instructor has created instructional videos on Youtube for parents and children who want quality art instruction.
Exploring deep space - one video at a time. Including videos about the famous Messier Catalogue and access to world-class telescopes.
Collection of short films curated for Geography teachers to use in the classroom.
Bizarre stories from the slimy, smelly, creepy world of science.
History of Mathematics
Illustrates the invention of counting, calculating and measuring. Discover math's history with this free video series on mathematics.
Offers a fantastic selection of performing arts videos and DVDs from around the world.
Has tons of videos on science and research.
MAKERS is a multi-platform video experience from AOL and PBS, showcasing hundreds of compelling stories from the Women Who Make America.
Math Class With Mr. V
Features more than 300 videos made by a mathematics teacher teaching lessons on basic mathematics, geometry, and algebra.
Movie Segments to Assess Grammar Goals
This is one of the most unique grammar websites and may be super motivating for your students. Movie clips are used to teach grammar concepts. There are exercises and associated worksheets.
With almost 33 million views on its 1900 videos, NASA Television is one of the most watched channels on YouTube.
North America Virtual Field Trip
Take an extraordinary journey through the wildest places in North America and meet the incredible array of wildlife that lives in our own backyard.
Watch informational preview videos from the highest rated science series on television categorized by the following topics: Ancient Worlds, Body and Brain, Evolution, Military and Espionage, Nature, Physics and Math, Planet Earth, Space and Flight, Tech a
National Science Foundation produces original video content on news and discoveries in science and technology. Don’t miss Chalk Talk!
A neat YouTube channel about fun number facts.
Fantastic physics animations, film clips, interactive tutorials, and supporting pages.
A series from the American Chemical Society that uncovers the chemistry in everyday life.
Science Game Center
The goal of the Science Game Center is to demonstrate to teachers, scientists, museums, and parents the myriad ways games can be used to improve education in math and science. The Science Game Center will provide a place where users can describe their exp
SciShow YouTube Channel
Hank, an eccentric science teacher, posts educational and explanatory videos to YouTube. They’re not your average YouTube videos, though. They’re very well done and relatively humorous. Some of the topics (and content) may not be suitable for younger chil
Bringing a love of science to the world through easy-to-understand science videos
Carefully curated educational videos, many of which represent collaborations between talented educators and animators.
TED: Ideas Worth Spreading
A fantastic resource for learners of all ages. This website is full of "inspired talks by the world's greatest thinkers and doers" is easily searchable and will keep you and your children busy for hours, learning from the most brilliant minds of our time.
The Way Things Work Video Channel
Wonderful animated video series exploring various topics based on the best-selling book of the same name. Teacher's guides available.
Top Documentary Films
Watch documentaries onliine for FREE! The selection includes a wide variety of topics and makes an excellent learning resource for all ages.
Start Learning from the World
The science video blog from atoms to astrophysics!
A fabulous and fun way to learn math in context and at many levels!
Videos capture a teacher, his whiteboard and some feedback from students. Topics include Algebra and Geometry.