30 channels of video for experiments | EDUCATION 3.0

In this collection of video channels you can find step-by-step experiments to perform with students of different ages and as a family. The selection also includes channels in English so that, in addition to learning science, they improve their skills in this language. Haival

To stimulate the imagination and scientific interests in the little ones, this channel presents different experiments to be carried out from home. Start by asking a series of questions, including: ‘What do you think will happen?’ or ‘Why do you think this happened?’ to ask children before and after each activity and encourage their participation and research. Some examples shown science experiments are ‘rain of colors’, with water, oil and food coloring or a ‘magic balloon’ with a plastic bottle, balloons and containers of hot and cold water. EducatIon kids

It proposes three simple experiments to perform with everyday objects. One of them is carried out with a transparent glass glass filled with water and the drawing of an arrow. The objective is for the children to check which direction the drawing will mark when it is placed behind the object: will it be what they imagined? In addition, after each exercise the scientific reason is explained so that the spectators finish understanding them. Curiodidates

With this video designed for the most curious you can learn how to make instant ice, a kind of ‘slime’ using potatoes or observe the waves that the voice makes when singing or speaking. All are explained step by step and for their realization easy-to-obtain materials are used. A question of the day on a given topic is also proposed to encourage students to participate in the comments by finding out the correct answer. Vix Hacks

With a duration of three and a half minutes, it shows how to perform 11 tests of all kinds: from ‘walking’ some coins with two sugars, holding on balloons without them breaking to turning an egg into a soft ball by leaving it 72 hours in vinegar. They are easy to execute and are suitable for all ages. ExperInventions

In this channel it is possible to find several experiments related to the subject of Physics and Chemistry. They are simple and can serve as support for theoretical explanations that have been seen in class or to experience from home. Some of them deal with generic topics of matter and others focus on concrete things like Coca-Cola or even fire. It also explains how to homemade objects such as a kaleidoscope or a robotic hand using elements that are at home.  Experiments arrive

It encourages the development of curiosity, since much of its content has as protagonists objects that, at first glance, are very different from each other: a mobile and a walnut, for example. His videos add up to almost half a billion views and the most popular experiment has been the union of a metal ball at 1,000ºC with an eraser to try to melt it. Science Bob

Scientist Bob, along with some guests, shares his experiments in videos of between one and five minutes. In all of them, the expert explains both the operation and the scientific theory on which they are based. In his video with the highest number of views, he fuses two chemical components to create a large volume foam. HooplaKidzLab

Available only in English, its philosophy is to teach science based on very simple experiments that adapt to all ages and in which easily available materials are used. His hundreds of experiments include some ideas for class projects and many others to enjoy as a family, such as creating a homopolar engine or demonstrating what it would be like to fire a gun in outer space. Ideas in 5 minutes

This popular channel has a specific playlist for scientific experiments. In it there are dozens of options that can be carried out easily, such as a tutorial to create magnets by joining two objects. These are simple and simple experiments to carry out at home or in class. Its thousands of videos concentrate two billion views and more than 11 million subscribers. DIY Time * There is no school today!

All his experiments are homemade and are focused on arousing the curiosity of the little ones using principles of chemistry. In which craft tutorials, experiments, slime, jokes, life hacks, recipes, games, school supplies … Sick Science!

Available for consultation in English, this channel is directed by Steve Spangler, a well-known American television personality who is also a science teacher and owns a business dedicated to the manufacture of scientific toys. The experiments he proposes are divided into different categories such as those dedicated to chemistry, although there is also room for food and sugar, among others. ExpCaseros

The young Natalia and Mayden are responsible for this channel in Spanish. They created it in September 2012 and currently accumulate more than 6,400,000 subscribers. Their experiments are homemade and their language pleasant and didactic so that the kids understand them and can put them into practice, although as their authors always indicate with the supervision of an adult. They upload videos every Monday and Thursday, and you can combine the channel with their Home Experiments website. Cluster

The professor of Physics and Chemistry Sergio Paredes is the author of this channel and his objective is that students understand what science is from the different experiments that can be carried out. Along with the experiments dedicated to the subjects he teaches, there are others classified under the label “spectacular” that will attract the interest of students: Plasma ball-the Darth Vader effect, Colored fire-flame emission, Deox reaction: chemical battery, Static electricity: the magic wand … Paredes has also developed the Cluster portal, the science explained with experiments. Veritasium

This educational science channel was created by physicist Derek Muller in 2011 and his experiments are combined with other content such as interviews with experts and the general public to uncover misconceptions about science.

Its authors are a group of teachers from the Department of Physics and Chemistry of the IES Antonio María Calero de Pozoblanco (Córdoba) in collaboration with their students. The Spangler Effect

This American channel is directed by Steve Spangler, professor, designer of scientific toys, speaker, writer and winner of an Emmy award. It offers a large number of videos with detailed explanations about scientific experiments. One of his most famous experiments is the reaction produced by a Mentos candy in Diet Coke. This surprised his viewers so much that the video went viral. In addition to the channel, Spangler has a blog where he makes useful information about new scientific ideas and tricks available to teachers and students. Doctor Mad Science