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Students use cabbage, backing soda, cobblestones, and more to test the acid in the water. In this acid mine damage lesson plan, students complete 13 experiments to test and treat acid.
In this science experiment learning exercise, students first study 18 important terms. Then students read paragraphs describing 6 different experiments, and complete questions which take them through the scientific process.
Students participate in a science lesson that integrates connections between health issues on Earth and how those issues are related to studies conducted on the International Space Station. T
Students participate in hands-on scientific experiments relying solely on household kitchen materials.
Students are introduced to the concepts of magnetism and electronics. As a class, they walk through the steps of the scientific method and define new vocabulary. In groups, they are given a bag of objects and they are to separate them into magnetic and non-magnetic. They also discover on a basic level how electronics operate.
High schoolers choose a question from a given list and develop an investigation about it. In this biology lesson plan, students analyze bacterial growth by carrying out a guided experiment. They present their findings in class.
Students conduct two set experiments on Lumbriculus worms and create a third experiment of their own. The first of the two set experiments allows students to observe regeneration of the worms while the second allows students to test the effects of nicotine on its heart rate.
Students undertake a series of experiments related to the water cycle. All experiments use John Dewey's experiential philosophy as their bases. Each lesson plan is clearly based on philosophy and attempts to be relevant.
Young scholars use the Scientific Method steps to complete an experiment on various brands of soap to determine their floating capabilities. In this scientific method lesson, students write a hypothesis about the ability of various soap bars to float. Young scholars make their observations, and then record the information. Students read the history of Ivory soap and write a journal entry about the experiment.
Students research the "Third Liberty Loan" pamphlet. In this discussion lesson, students read the pamphlet and discuss their opinions. Students answer questions and discuss main points of the document.
Learners use the scientific method to make predictions about mold growth. In this fungus instructional activity, students use worksheets to help them illustrate predictions and graph mold growth from white to wheat bread. Learners first hypothesize which bread will grow more mold and test the hypothesis in an experiment. Students measure the mold on a daily basis and record the data. Learners analyze  the results.
Students a hands on sociological experiment. They create a hypothesis about the attitudinal differences between generations on a particular subject, Students test their hypothesis with a survey and chart their findings. Results are presented in class.
In this scientific method worksheet, students read "The Lipstick Experiment" and then complete the 2 student tasks on the worksheet. They then answer the 5 questions regarding what they just read. The answers are on the last page.
ESL students experiment with eggs to learn the science concepts and science process language.
A ten-lesson study of the history of flight awaits you and your charges. Learners get to do all sorts of great activities: they construct hot air baloons and scale models of the Wright Brother's Flyer, develop an understanding of the physics behind flight, and analyze data from a series of experiments using other things that fly. Outstanding!
Use the scientific method to experiment with an egg. Your class can examine buoyancy and density by finding how many spoons of salt are needed to float an egg. They can predict, experiment, record data, and analyze results.
Fifth graders recognize the need to follow the scientific method carefully and be aware of variables in experiments.  For this airplane lesson, 5th graders design and test an airplane, and complete a data sheet. Students retest five times introducing a different variable.  Students graph results.
Students incorporate knowledge box into their classroom activities. In this technology integration lesson, students fill out a graphic organizer using Glossopedia to analyze a new subject.
Young scholars investigate the four taste regions of the tongue. In this biology lesson, students view a diagram of a tongue and identify the four regions. Young scholars perform a taste test with lemons, sugar, and crackers.
Students perform a series of experiments which show that plants require nutrients in certain quantities. They also cooperatively read materials on the nutrient requirements of plants, fertilizers, composting, and soil management, and students identify plant nutrient deficiencies using a specialized key. Students apply their knowledge to vote on mock ballot propositions that relate to agricultural and urban water issues.

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