1. Create a channel. When you create your own channel you can mark videos as “favorite” and they will be saved there. This makes it super easy to go back and find that one that you really liked, but just can’t remember the title…
2. When you find channels you like, subscribe to them. Subscribing to a channel creates a shortcut to that channel- it shows up in a listing on the side of your home page.
3. Never search for a video while your students are watching. You never know what will pop up! Even the most innocent search words can bring up some rough stuff…
4. Use the pop out/full screen option for viewing with students. This eliminates ads on the side that can be distracting and/or inappropriate.
Run! Mrs. Nelson’s Got the Camera, who is hosting a YouTube Linky Party to share your favorite videos. Here are some of mine…
This video is from KidsTV123. It is a GREAT channel!
This one is kind of long, so I only show some of it. Does a great job of showing how things are recycled.
Shows how clouds are formed.
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