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Science

A scientific inquiry into transferring energy that's good enough to eat. Popping corn may be a harbinger of good things to come, but it's also a...
Aluminum foil boats, dishwashing liquid, forks and paper clips make for great science adventures with water I love any science activities involving...
An easy-to-make 3-D model of this star formation will help to put its familiar shape in perspective The shape of the Big Dipper has fascinated...
If the below was a sample of my handwriting, would you be able to determine my personality characteristics? During my wonderful 27 years of teaching...
A few simple objects in a shoebox will be all you need to wow your students with science What elementary science teacher hasn't pored over school...
Here are some additional quick and easy science activities. Why Baking Bread Rises Students will understand that yeast produces gas bubbles within...
A lesson on the reflection of light takes on new dimensions when kids build their own periscopes I see you: after making their own periscopes, your...
Measure even the tallest trees with planning, teamwork and math skills. No ladders required! What's the tallest object your students can measure...
Constructing this simple airplane with your students will demonstrate this basic principle of energy After years of whining, I finally took the...
Baking powder and baking soda provide a lesson in acids and alkalis for grades 3-6 The Home Economics room is across the hallway from my sixth grade...

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