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New Review Seaworld Science Activity
A fun collection of activities about marine life would be a great addition to your elementary science unit. From cute penguins to scary sharks, the unit features crafts, experiments, and basic research projects that will teach your learners all about the depths the sea.
K - 4th Science
Alaska Native Ways of Knowing
Pupils watch a video on the Alaskan native ways. They examine how knowledge was passed down from elders and how the Alaskans lived with harmony in nature. Learners then prepare and present a classroom science fair project based on their own lives.
3rd - 12th English Language Arts
Simple Circuit: Electric Currents and Circuits
Through inquiry and exploration, 4th graders will learn and understand the functions of open and closed circuits. They will break into 2 groups, define vocabulary, hypothesize how to light a bulb, then test their hypothesis 4 different ways using open and closed circuits.
O Captain! My Captain - Part 3
Heroic Trading Cards? Using a suggested list, class members use the Internet to find information about a memorable leader, select and transfer images, and craft a trading card celebrating their leader’s qualities and accomplishments. A fun way to integrate technology into the classroom.
8th English Language Arts
Testing the Strength of a Column
Columns have been used throughout the world because they are good load-bearing structures. Learners with visual impairments conduct an experiment to work through the design process as well as to understand this engineering phenomenon. They construct several different types of cylinders out of cardstock and then test each one to see which type can hold the most weight.
3rd - 8th Special Education & Programs
Fourth and fifth graders engage in this impressive instructional activity which focuses on the causes of hurricanes and tropical storms. The use of video clips and Internet sites helps facilitate discussion amongst pupils which should lead them to a much-better understanding of hurricanes.
4th - 5th Science
Budgeting: Finding Personal Financial Success
What a comprehensive, engaging set of activities for learners to gain a firm foundation of financial knowledge, practice budgeting for after they have completed their education, and consider the unexpected turns that life may throw their way.
9th - 12th Math CCSS: Designed
How Much Is Too Much? How Little Is Too Little?
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.
5th - 8th English Language Arts
Students create flubber glaciers. In this glacier dynamics lesson, students experiment factors that may affect glacier speed. Factors include slope, ice temperature, and basal conditions. Students develop hypothesis, conduct experiment, and draw conclusions based on the results.
4th - 7th Science
Primary Biological Content Area Covered
Students use the scientific method to make predictions about mold growth. In this fungus lesson, students use worksheets to help them illustrate predictions and graph mold growth from white to wheat bread. Students first hypothesize which bread will grow more mold and test the hypothesis in an experiment.
5th - 7th Science
The Generation Gap
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.
10th - 12th English Language Arts