IFY Science Club 2015-2016 Web sites and video links

Balloon & Candle

Balloon in a Candle Flame - Science Experiment! - YouTube 
Balloon Animals 4 Ways to Make Balloon Animals - wikiHow
Balloon Car

3 Ways to Make a Balloon Car - wikiHow

Balloon-Powered Car Challenge

Carbon Cycle (Global Warming) 

The Carbon Cycle - YouTube

The Carbon Cycle,Carbon Dioxide -Cycle ( CO2 ) - YouTube

Color Changing Milk (Surface Tension)  Color Changing Milk - Science Experiment! - ScienceAndMath.com - YouTube 
Egg Dropping 1st place Egg Drop project ideas- using SCIENCE - YouTube
Magnetic Needle Compass Magnetic Needle - YouTube
Paper Airplane

Best Paper Planes How to make a paper airplane that Flies 10000 feet Galaxy Fighter [HD] - YouTube


How to make a Paper Airplane BEST Paper Planes in the World - Paper Airplanes that FLY FAR Martin - YouTube

How to make a Paper Airplane that flies Far - YouTube

Long Distance Paper Glider

Paper Plate Speaker

Paper Plate Speaker - YouTube

Weekend Project- Styrofoam Plate Speaker - YouTube

Plankton The Power of Plankton - YouTube
Popcorn Science Popcorn Science Project
Soup Powered Boat

Build A Soap Powered Model Boat - ScienceBob.com

ExpeRimental- The Soap Boat Water Experiment - The Kid Should See This

Rufus and the racers

Surface Tention Experiments Seven Surface Tension Experiments - YouTube
Thermal Expansion Thermal expansion - Wikipedia
Dianna Cowern, a-k-a Physics Girl Dianna Cowern, a-k-a Physics Girl - Talks at Google - YouTube
Science Friday Educate - Science Friday
Science Chapter 6.1:
1. 什麼材質的建築比較有彈性
2.Tsunami是怎麼產生的. 這是National Geographic解釋2011年日本大海嘯的video:
Science 6.2 Videos and Related Info:
Science 6.3 Videos 
10 Things You didn’t know about avalanches (BBC):
North California Earthquake 25 years ago (北加州的大地震滿25):
What Happens When Chemists Don’t Wash Their Hands (做完實驗沒洗手的化學家,意外地發明了代糖):
Science Videos, etc.:
Time for Kids 補充:
Question: Why does having twins make their experiments better? (Hint: When you were trying to test for your hypothesis for the Science Fair project, the teacher asked you to change “only one variable” in your experiment.)
Return to Earth after 167 Days in Orbit (Family Science Day Follow-Up):
Question: Why do you think the astronauts look so weak when they are back? (Hint: What does the lack of gravity for a long time do to our bones and muscles?  What is required in astronauts' daily routine in the space to prevent even worse effects?)
Why Freezing Water Increases Its Volume (Science 7.1) 通常是熱脹冷縮,但結冰卻是"脹":
Erupting Volcano in Hawaii (Science 6.2):
Sri Lanka Landslide (Science 6.3):
Tons of Toilets (for fun, calculate your home's number of toilets per 100 person and see where your home stands on the chart):
Spaceship Crashes in Mojave Desert (commercial space travel, for those interested; remember where Mojave Desert is from Social Studies?):
Our class is kind of taking a break from more Science lessons,  but here are some interesting videos:
Derby Car Race (held annually at Awana and Scouting clubs) -- very good Physics concepts:
Amazon Warehouse Robots:
Amazon Prime Air Delivery:
Computer History:
Mystery of the Ancient Computer: Documentary on the World's First Computer:
Inside Google (Time):
Science Ch 7 Videos + others:
Science Chapter 7: Weathering and Erosion for Kids:
How Yosemite Valley was Formed by Glaciers: (one possible answer to the research question in study guide)
Interesting Psychology Experiments:
Here are science 8.1 videos and other things:
Here are some science Ch. 9 videos: 
Build a Motor/ Inside a Motor:
Challenge: Can you explain why these “simplest motors” work?
What is this? Why does it work?
(but the magnet will gradually lose its magnetism, so it is actually not “free” energy)
Another Challenge: Now, can you explain this? (Hint: How generators work)
Make a Compass for Survival (textbook p.317):
Sun Flare Might Cause Blackouts: (textbook p.318, p.321, p.341 #19)
How Geothermal Energy works in a Power Plant: (textbook p.335)
Hydroelectric Power’s Pollution? (textbook p.335)
Grade 4 related and unrelated Science videos:
1. Ecosystems and Relationships between living and non-living things:
How wolves change rivers (animals other than humans also change the environment):
Here’s What a Massive 5-Year Study of Ocean Life Reveals (+how chameleons change color):
2. Social Studies: Branches of Government (related to Grade 4 Sacramento field trip, and Unit 5)
3. UC Berkeley Open House follow up: (esp. for those who got the tickets to tour the special dinosaur fossil collections)
4. Who decides what can be in our foods: (esp.1st and 2nd videos)