10 Best Educational Science Music Videos in 2019

Looking to spice up your science classroom?

Using educational music videos can be an effective tool to introduce topics or help reinforce important information. Many teachers around the world use videos in their classroom to boost student engagement.

While there are many educational science songs available online, it can be a challenge to find the top quality music videos.

That’s why we’ve compiled our list of top ten educational science music videos. Whether you’re a teacher looking to spice up your lesson, or a student looking for an alternate way to study, we’ve got you covered.

Here are our top ten favorite science music videos of 2019:

1. The Meiosis Song

A student favorite, this science music video helps explain the process of meiosis cell division. Covering all eight steps from Prophase I to Telophase II, this science song certainly deserves a top spot on the list. If you want to test your knowledge, try out the karaoke version and practice quiz of the Meiosis Song.


 2. Parts of the Brain Song

The human brain is an incredibly complex organ. And while it’s certainly a challenge to cover all the essential parts of the brain, we put forward our best effort with this music video. From the four brain lobes to the complexity of the Limbic System, if you’re looking to learn the many parts of the brain, this science video is for you.


3. Human Bones Song

One of the catchiest songs in the Jam Campus library, the Human Bones song gained instant popularity with younger students. Played in classrooms around the world, this music video helps students learn the essential parts of the human skeletal system. From clavicle to the femur bone, this is a great jam to play on repeat!


4. Water Cycle Song

Ever heard of the water cycle? This science music video explains how water moves on our earth and the processes on which it changes forms. Covering topics such as evaporation, transpiration, sublimation, condensation, and more, this Water Cycle Song can help your students understand the basics.


5. Circulatory System Song

The cardiovascular system (or circulatory system) is a complex process that helps keep us alive and well. Use this song to introduce the circulatory system to students to help them remember the key functions of oxygen, blood, the heart, and the process of pumping blood through the body.


6. Citric Acid Cycle (Kreb’s Cycle) Song

This topic was our top song request from the past few months. So we decided to take it on! While the Citric Acid Cycle (Kreb’s Cycle) is a wildly complex process, we did our best to simplify the steps in this hip-hop style jam. It moves fast, so you may have to watch it a few times on repeat.


7. Electromagnetic Spectrum Song

Part of our everyday lives, electromagnetic waves are everywhere around us. This science music video covers the entire spectrum of electromagnetic waves, from radio waves to gamma rays. Use this song to help students remember how different electromagnetic waves are used.


8. Plate Tectonics Song

Ever wondered how earthquakes happen? Plate tectonics! This song covers the different types of plate boundaries, convergent, divergent, and transform boundaries. It also helps explain the concept of plate tectonics and the major plates within our earth.


9. Respiratory System Song

Every time we breathe in, a complex process is happening inside our lungs. This science music video helps explain the respiratory system and the exchange of gases within our lungs. Use this song to introduce the respiratory system or help students remember the functions within our lungs.


10. Types of Clouds Song

Ever wondered how clouds are formed? While it’s a relatively simple process, there is a variety of different types of clouds in the sky. Use this science music video to learn about the different cloud types. Then go outside, look up at the sky, and practice. Can you tell what kind of clouds those are?

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