Full Video |14:49


Full Video |14:49

This video describes the five main forms of energy and how to differentiate between them. Students will learn about potential and kinetic energy. Everyday examples illustrate how we work and live with different types of energy. Terminology includes: chemical energy, nuclear energy, electromagnetic energy, heat energy, mechanical energy, and the Law of Conservation of Energy.

©2017 Visual Learning| Grade(s) K-2, 3-5, 6-8

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