links to top quality, classroom ready videos, songs, software, lessons


Youtube.com -

has many excellent "how to" videos for many topics - check these out:
the world's most simple electric motor one two
element song pictures animation student sings
Here's how to download YouTube video files onto your computerusing voobys.com (in case you don't have internet access in the classroom)
Teacher Training Demos OMSI

also, try Metacafe.com Steve Spangler

Teleschool Express

will duplicate video and audio selected programs free of charge for HI DOE Schools, HOWEVER, Schools must provide the Blank Tapes and DVDs.

Science Songs

Here are the lyrics to science songs I use in my classroom. You can hear all the songs I've recorded in mp3 from here.
See some videos of the songs here.

Internet Archive - The Internet Archive is building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital form. Like a paper library, we provide free access to researchers, historians, scholars, and the general public. If you go to a site just to find out it's a dead link, use the "Wayback Machine" to see it!! There are many free public domain videos to download.


GeorgiaStandards.Org - has excellent lessons. Also, the framework for each topic has common misconceptions that students have.


Make Moving Images - GIFs good for cycles, illustrations with many parts


Software

For the most awesome animation showing the tectonic place boundries, download this and install SeismicEruptionSetup.exe It's by Alan Jones from Purdue University. He also has a program called Seismic Waves: A program for the visualization of wave propagation - SeismicWavesSetup.exe

Textbooks

Rave reviews have been given to Earth Science McDougal Littell program.

Powerpoint Presentations

Make-a-PowerPoint-Presentation-That-Includes-Audio-and-Video-Files
http://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-PowerPoint-Presentation-That-Includes-Audio-and-Video-Files