Hila Science Videos


These videos, created by the Campbells, support various
 grades and strands of the Ontario science curriculum.

View all videos on the Campbell's YouTube Channel

Apple Ipad and Google Draw Tutorials


Solar Energy Video

This video demonstrates connecting solar panels in series and parallel.  The panels in solar array pictured above on St. Josephs CHS, are connected in series and parallel.


Find a Galaxy

It is possible to see a galaxy with nothing more than a pair of binoculars. This video explains where and when to look.

Grade 9: Earth and Space Science: The Study of the Universe
Grade 6: Understanding Earth and Space Systems


An Introduction to Gears

Grade 4: Structures and  Mechanisms: Pulleys and Gears.
Grade 8: Structures and Mechanisms: Mechanical Advantage


Gears and Clocks

(All Grades) "be aware of scientific and technological events happening in your community"

Mechanical clocks use gears.  This video takes a look at some clock mechanisms  including the tower clock at Pembroke City Hall. There are also clock towers in Arnprior, Renfrew and Eganville.

Honey Bees

Insect Life Cycle - Honey Bees

Grade 2: Understanding Life Systems: Life Cycle - egg, larva, pupa, adult
Grade 6: Understanding Life Systems: Biodiversity - Honey Bees and pollination

Sink and Float

Buoyancy and Density

The science behind sinking and floating.
Grade 8: Understanding Matter and Energy: Fluids


Electricity, Series and Parallel Circuits

Electrons are presented as the charged particles that carry electrical energy in most circuits. The video includes a demonstration of series and parallel circuits.
Grade 6: Electricity and Electrical Devices.

Lemon Battery

Creating a battery from a lemon is a common project in many science text books. Successfully creating one of these devices is not easy. This video demonstrates how to construct and use a lemon battery.

Ursa Major/Big Dipper

A short video clip showing how to use the constellation Ursa Major to find Polaris (North Star) and Ursa Minor. This video is designed to support an introductory astronomy program.
Supports Ontario grade 6 and 9 science curriculum.