Hank explains the Calvin Cycle, the light-independent reactions that occur within a plant to turn sunlight, water, and carbon dioxide into energy. The Calvin Cycle is broken down into three steps: Fixation, Reduction, and Regeneration.
Hank explains another stage of cellular respiration, The Krebs Cycle (also known as the Citric Acid Cycle). He notes that the purpose of this stage is to generate energy and uses several examples to convey how this process is necessary in our daily lives.
Beakman explains the phases of water and the water cycle. Then he explains how snow is made in clouds and have 6 sides and you can use a black sheet of construction paper to observe snowflakes as they fall.