This is a page of curated playlists from SciJoy's YouTube channel. Go on field trips, investigate stretching out all your atoms, do simple chemistry experiments, electrify the floor, explore how we measure calories using fire, meet various reptiles and amphibians, look inside the world's largest Van de Graaff, hangout on simulated Mars, and put the A in steam with Art Assignment videos.
The content of these videos was made in coordination with videos being posted on other YouTube channels.
Let's take a deeper dive into a topic. What would happen if you stacked all the atoms in your body end-to-end? How do you stop an arterial leg wound from bleeding? What is NASA for? How does a 3D printer work? How do you become a storm spotter, and why do we need them? How does buoyancy work?
These are hands-on activities you can usually do at home like electrifying the floor, wiring a sundial, foaming chemistry experiments, and making a simple Van de Graaff generator.
Let's go look at the space shuttle, robots traversing Martian like soil in the desert, go inside the world's largest Van de Graaff generator, see the opening of a hyena diorama, and look at Space Camp.
Explore the Hab on the Mars Desert Research Station and watch robots complete a variety of tasks in the simulated Mars soil of the Utah desert.
Videos that don't quite fit in any other category like when we set off 100 mouse traps with ping pong balls to simulate nuclear reactions and filmed it with a 360 camera.
These are videos that complete prompts created by the Art Assignment.
FIRST Robotics Competition challenges students and mentors to create robots that climb towers, shoot basketballs, take down castle defenses, and much more.