Showing posts with label Tides. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Tides. Show all posts

Sunday, March 23, 2014

How the Tides Work - Three Explanations

I'm starting to see commercials for season 10 of the Discovery Channel's popular series Deadliest Catch. Those commercials got me to watch a couple of old episodes of the show through Netflix. One of those episodes included a segment about the role of tides on the shifting arctic icepack. If you have students who watch Deadliest Catch, the following three videos could help them understand how tides work.





Monday, September 2, 2013

Moon Phases, Tides, and Oreo Cookies

In a recent post by Ryann Warlick I saw a nice infographic that features Oreo cookies being used to explain the phases of the moon. That infographic (embedded below) prompted me to do a quick search for some related videos. I found a couple of good ones on YouTube and one on Next Vista for Learning. Those videos are embedded below too.


Moon Phases Explained (with Oreos)
by mhars.
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