Conservation of Energy Song

Here is a song I created to help my 6th grade students study. I hope you enjoy. Eating your food might help you realize The energy burns in you inside It’s called chemical energy Batteries, food, and other fuels like coal Others oil and gasoline Are stores of energy, oh The law of conservation of energy Can’t materialize and never be destroyed Whenever anything happens with energy It has no choice it’s just changed into a different form Oh, Oh, Oh Potential energy has to do with might And if it’s in a place of height Gravity and magnetism drive, oh If objects can be squashed or stretched again Like elastic bands or strings Elastic potential energy The law of conservation of energy Can’t materialize and never be destroyed Whenever anything happens with energy It has no choice it’s just changed into a different form Oh, Oh, Oh When we say moving things Kinetic energy The faster that something does move (when it moves, when it moves) It has more energy Kinetic energy If it slows an inch or two The more energy then it will lose The law of conservation of energy Can’t materialize and never be destroyed Whenever anything happens with energy It has no choice it’s just changed into a different form The law of conservation of energy Can’t materialize and never be destroyed Whenever anything happens with energy It has no choice it just changes its form The law of conservation of energy Can’t materialize and never be destroyed Whenever anything happens with energy It has no choice

24 thoughts on “Conservation of Energy Song

  1. I’m trying to remember all the words to this song for my test on Tuesday!!! :) these videos really help!!

  2. My science teacher and me and all of the other students in my class, love all of your videos. I am a 6th grader. Your videos helped me make better grades in science class. Thank you.

  3. lol, my Physics teacher showed this to us in class today…(I’m a senior)

    This is stuck in my head now. >_>

  4. Mr. Parr this song rules im adicted to it and so is my entire class (I’m in zaneo’s class.)

  5. Mr. Parr I loved this song and so did my entire 7th Grade Science class. I wish you were my 6th grade science teacher instead of Ms. Klepford. YOU ROCK!!!!!!

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