The videos in this collection from Teachers TV are suitable to be shown in primary science lessons as stimulus material and are ideal for use as a lesson starter or as an engaging demonstration of a new concept.

Videos in this section cover a wide range of topics, including:
* forces, pushes, pulls and movement
* hearing and sound
* seeing and light
* the environment
* minibeasts
* electricity and circuits
* materials, reversible and irreversible change

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Action!

From Teachers TV this video, part of the Science Tube series, examines forces in action, what they do and how they can be measured using a Newton meter.

There are four sections that each look at different forces.

Skateboarder
See how the...

Bugs

From Teachers TV, this Science Tube video looks at microbes. It illustrates that microbes are all around us and describes some helpful and harmful effects of microbes. It highlights the importance of good hygiene practices. There are five different sections:

Bug ballet shows microbes under a powerful...

Green World

From Teachers TV, and part of the Science Tube series, this video contains five short clips that look at how plants adapt to their environments and how they're essential to our lives. The clips are:

What plants need reveals how botanists can replicate different environments to give plants the right...

How Stuff Changes

From Teachers TV, and part of the Science Tube series, this video contains five short clips that explore the non-reversible changes that lead to the formation of new materials. The video clips cover:

Fire! Fire! The Hindu festival of Dessehra includes burning and explosions of fireworks that result in...

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