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Even though we began to use videos less in classrooms compared with the previous years when the technological tools and applications wasn't improved and made use of extensively; we shouldn't ignore the amazing contribution of videos to lessons. Just a simple video, which is chosen carefully for being appropriate with the subject, can easily summarize the whole subject and convey the message effectively and implicitly to kids in a very short time. No need for talking long hours. Select a good video and fancy the atmosphere in the classroom. I advise you a few websites. You'd have a look at them!
1.st is www.curious.com
2. nd is http://www.watchknowlearn.org/
3.rd is www.goanimate.com (You can prepare your own video here)
4.th is www.youtube.com