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Bill Nye the Science Guy: Brought to You by the Brain

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Bill Nye explores facts about the brain, zeroing in on some of its functions, kinds of memory, optical illusions, and general information. Suggests activities and experiments that demonstrate the wonder of the brain.

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Runtime: 23 minutes 3 seconds

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Bill Nye The Science Guy
Season / Ep
16 minutes 35 seconds
Grade Level: 4 - 9
Person speaking with a crescent moon visible in the daytime sky behind them. Caption: Sometimes you can see the moon during the daytime.
Bill Nye The Science Guy
Season 1 / Ep 11
23 minutes 20 seconds
Grade Level: 4 - 8
Bill Nye holding an infant. Caption: You, she, and I have the same number of brain cells
Bill Nye The Science Guy
Season 2 / Ep 14
23 minutes 3 seconds
Grade Level: 5 - 9
Man standing next to leafy plants. The soil has been cut away so that the root structure is visible. Caption: It's a cycle, and it's driven by energy from the sun.
Bill Nye The Science Guy
Season 2 / Ep 15
23 minutes 19 seconds
Grade Level: 3 - 6
Man with a man-sized spider on a web behind him. Caption: Spiders kill the food they eat with fangs and venom.
Bill Nye The Science Guy
Season 4 / Ep 6
23 minutes 21 seconds
Grade Level: 3 - 8
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Bill Nye The Science Guy
Season 4 / Ep 8
23 minutes 30 seconds
Grade Level: 5 - 8
Person standing in front of houses with children playing in the background. Caption: we discovered that matter exists in three phases.
Bill Nye The Science Guy
Season 5 / Ep 7
23 minutes 16 seconds
Grade Level: 4 - 9

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    Lori B. (Rockville, MD)
    May 6th, 2015 at 07:39 AM

    We used this video to support our instruction of the nervous system in our inclusion Biology classes. It's a useful resource and offers the students another way to access this material. We will definitely use it again.