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“Let’s Save the Earth” Presentation
Using photography and PowerPoint, Ms. Postman developed an activity that shows her students how small, individual acts can make a big difference in protecting the environment.
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Adopt an Acre of Rainforest
Prep for Earth Day with this project-based activity in which students learn about the effects of deforestation and educate others in the community. Does your class want to adopt an acre?
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Alka-Seltzer Science Experiment
Here is a fun, quick science experiment using a unique ingredient…. plop, plop, fizz, fizz, oh what an EXPLOSION it is! Your class will want to do this science experiment over and over again!
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Beach Ball Toss
This kinesthetic learning game will help young students better understand the physical makeup of the Earth. They’ll learn land-water ratio, the names of continents and more – and have a ball doing it.
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Chemistry Moles
Here's a tip for chemistry teachers wanting to get their students interested in the measurement unit mole (6x10^23 particles). Every year as I begin the unit dealing with moles, I hand out a pattern f...
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Circuits in Physics
When my students do electrical experiments in physics, the wires and electrical components of the circuits slide all over the place, making it difficult for my students and me to compare the circuits...
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Counting Birds
Ms. Daniel’s class participates in a birding event in which her students count birds, draw pictures, and write stories. The event is coordinated online, where students can enter results of their counting and submit photos.
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Crime Lab Science
In my many years of teaching chemistry and physics, I observed that the laboratory investigations that created the most enthusiasm were those that cast the student in the role of crime lab analyst. Ra...
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Daily Web Visits
Ms. Harper uses a collection of kid-friendly Web sites and some unique types of classroom helpers to start the day.
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Demonstrating Simple Machines
Ms. Prosansky suggests simple items found in any hardware store that you can keep in your classroom and use to create simple machines that model familiar scientific concepts.
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