Fun K-12 science experiment videos can now be found on SchoolTube! SchoolTube is pleased to announce Vicki Cobb, the award winning science author, has launched Vicki Cobb’s Science Channel on SchoolTube.
What’s On Vicki Cobb’s Science Channel?
Visit Vicki Cobb’s Science Channel on SchoolTube to find fun science experiments and projects that students can do in the classroom or at home. Vicki’s experiments explain complex science and physical concepts with easy-to-understand demonstrations and experiments conducted by students. Visit the channel to find experiments on: Air Pressure, Adhesion, the Bernoulli Principle, Buoyancy, Combustion, Electrons, Forces, Gravity, Molecular Motion and More!
About Vicki Cobb
Vicki Cobb has written more than ninety-eight highly entertaining nonfiction books for children. Vicki’s most popular book is called, Science Experiments You Can Eat, and is filled with fun science experiments. Cobb’s lighthearted approach to hands-on science has become her trademark for getting kids involved in experiences that create real learning. It is no surprise that she is known as the “the Master Chef of Kids’ Hands-on Science.” Currently, she is becoming increasingly popular as a speaker to children by video conference as educators search out sources for materials and activities that promote learning. Today’s popular buzz words in education–“hands-on-science,” “experimental learning,” “out-come based,” “multi-disciplinary” and critical thinking” are embodied in Vicki Cobb’s work.
Vicki Cobb chose SchoolTube to launch her science channel packed with fun science experiment videos because SchoolTube is 100% focused on K-12 education. “SchoolTube allows my videos to be seen and shared in an environment that is free from inappropriate content, said Vicki. “Plus, SchoolTube is a trusted name in K-12 education. My videos on SchoolTube can be watched during school hours on the school’s network.”
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