Not all TV is created equal so if we’re going to let our children watch the box, let’s make it count. Here’s one cool TV show that will definitely make it count…
Bill Nye the Science Guy
With 28 Emmys® to its credit and legions of fans, it’s easy to see why the Bill Nye the Science Guy show is one of the most popular educational series of all time. Beloved by teachers, parents and students alike, Bill Nye and his unique brand of Way Cool Science make complex science principles accessible for all learners.
Bill Nye’s Classroom Edition DVDs are correlated to National Science Education Standards for grades 4-8 and they include exclusive interviews with Way Cool Scientists, and printable educator’s guide complete with assessment tool. They also cover a wide variety of science topics:
Plants, The Planets, Rocks and Soil, Water Cycle, Nutrition, Bones and Muscles, Cells, Chemical Reactions, Phases of Matter, Biodiversity, Energy, Simple Machines, Earth’s Crust, The Moon, Science of Music, The Sun, Motion, Genes, Erosion, Ocean Life, Magnetism, Brain, Gravity, Digestion, Outer Space, Atoms, Blood and Circulation, Volcanoes, Life Cycles, Storms, Populations, Electrical Current, Earth’s Seasons, Wetlands, Measurement, Earthquakes, Wind, Fossils, Sound, Heart, Waves, Buoyancy, Heat, Pollution Solutions, Respiration, Light Optics, Evolution, Atmosphere, Dinosaurs, Computers, Invertebrates, Fish, Friction, Oceanography, Inventions, Light and Colour, Reptiles, Static Electricity, Rivers , nd Streams, Insects, Flowers, Amphibians, Germs, Climates, Mammals, Birds, Animal Locomotion, Lakes and Ponds, Deserts, and more…
Bill Nye the Science App
Science rules, especially when you grab a seat at The Science Guy’s desk and help yourself to heaping handfuls of science. Just scan your thumb to gain entrance to Nye Labs, the most amazing, scientifically fascinating place on Earth (and possibly beyond!). Twenty orbits around the sun and 28 Emmys along the way—now that’s something to celebrate!
Bill Nye Science Experiments
- Make a periscope
- Clean a penny
- Atmospheric pressure
- Test eggshell strength
- Carbon dioxide
- Static electricity
- Egg float