Do you know the relative sizes of the moons in our solar system? Put yourself to the test with some Play-doh.
Here you'll find short, lively activities to focus your class trip, or full-period lessons to integrate into your yearly curriculum. Dive in!
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Anoushka Takla's fourth graders seek to answer the question: "What happens to our trash over time?"
Erica Katz's fifth graders seek to answer the question: "Why does the moon look different on different days?"
Explore the amazing diversity of plants, animals, and ecosystems that are found on the continent of Africa!
Create a change in air pressure using a garbage bag and vacuum cleaner, and then create a model to explain!
In this role-playing skit your students will describe the various processes of the water cycle in the Amazon.
With a few guidelines and some innovation, we can design spaces to have sufficient light and be energy-efficient
Investigate an issue in your school or community, then collect physical evidence related to that issue.