Layers of the Earth for Kids | Learn facts about the different layers of Earth
What do you know about the inside of our planet? In our Layers of the Earth for Kids video, you will discover some facts about the four main layers that make up our beautiful Earth! The first thing you'll learn is that the Earth is not simply a giant ball of dirt, rocks, and minerals.
Volcanoes for Kids | A fun and engaging introduction to volcanoes for children
Our Volcanoes for Kids video is a fun and engaging way to introduce volcanoes to children. In this video children will learn all about volcanoes and take away some fun interesting facts everyone should know. We learn what a volcano is, the difference between Magma and Lava, the different types of volcanoes, where they are located, and much, much more!
Let's learn about volcanoes.
THE BIGGEST VOLCANOES In The World 🌋
Meet the top 10 biggest and most dangerous volcanoes in the world.
Geography Lesson: Pompeii Volcano Eruption | Twig
In 79 AD, Pompeii was a thriving Roman city. Little did the people know that nearby Mount Vesuvius was about to erupt, destroying the entire city and encasing it in ash for nearly 1500 years.
Run, sail, or hide? How to survive the destruction of Pompeii
It's a bustling day in Pompeii. After a quick visit to the market, Fabia spots her brothers, Lucius and Marcus, crossing the Forum. The siblings begin discussing Lucius' wedding - but a deafening boom interrupts them.
Plate Tectonics for Kids | Tectonic plates explained
In this video we will explain plate tectonics for kids! Together we will learn about the two main types of tectonic plates, Oceanic and Continental. We also cover the 3 kinds of boundaries which are: Convergent, Divergent, and Transform. This helps us understand exactly how the plates move AND what happens when they do.
Earthquakes and Tsunamis for Kids
In our video Earthquakes and Tsunamis for Kids, we will provide and simple and engaging introduction to both earthquakes and tsunamis. We will walk through historical examples, techniques to predict, ways you can stay safe during earthquakes and tsunamis and much more!
Rocks for Kids | Learn all about geology and rocks
Did you know there are three types of rock on this planet? In Rocks for Kids, you will learn all about how different kinds of rocks form. You will discover the properties and traits that make these rocks unique. And maybe you will find that being a geologist, a scientist that studies rocks, would totally rock!
Be a Rock Detective!
Did you know that of all of the rocks in the world, there are only 3 main kinds? What are they? And how can you tell them apart? Jessi and Squeaks show you how you can become a rock detective!.
Live seismic activity mapView the live world map to show where earthquakes are occurring. Can you spot any connection between the earthquake locations and the tectonic plate boundaries?
BBC Explore MountainsThis BBC website looks at how mountains are formed and where in the world they are located.
BBC Explore EarthquakesThis BBC website looks into earthquakes and their origins. Find out more about what happens deep underground.
Dig In To Paleontology
Would you like to spend all day thinking about dinosaurs? Well, some scientists do! Find out all about what it means to be a paleontologist!
Formation of Fossils | BBC Bitesize | science
Fossils, Soil and Rocks ks2
Mary Anning: Fossil Hunter | Science for Kids
Find out about the amazing Mary Anning who revolutionised palaeontology through her collection and recording of the different fossils she found in Dorset.
Mary Anning - Fossil Hunter
How finding fossils at the seaside changed science.
The life and work of Mary Anning (dramatisation) | History - True Stories
Mary Anning tells the story of her life and shows us how she found fossils that changed scientific thinking worldwide.
The true story of Mary Anning: The girl who helped discover dinosaurs | BBC Ideas
The story of Mary Anning, a fossil collector and palaeontologist who changed scientific thinking worldwide - but didn't get recognition for her work at the time. This beautiful animation was made using sand from the beach where Mary Anning lived and worked in Lyme Regis on the south coast of England (and has won an RTS award!)
How an ammonite becomes a fossil
An animation which explains how this ancient ocean dweller is changed into a fossil.
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