Young scholars create a model of a circuit breaker to help them explain how friction causes heat, and how current is carried.
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Science 10 - Electricity & Magnetism/Activity 13 - Household Circuits
If you are teaching an electricity unit and want to go into detail about household circuitry, here is a worksheet to support your endeavor! It consists of 22 fill-in-the-blank questions about alternating current, direct current, branch...
9th - Higher Ed Physical Education
New Review The Weather Channel Virtual Field Trip – Hurricanes
Take the class on a virtual field trip to look into the eye of the storm. Elementary and middle school scientists learn about hurricanes, how they form, and safety precautions to lessen the impact of hurricane disasters. Most importantly...
3rd - 8th Science CCSS: Adaptable
From Salmonberry to Sagebrush - Exploring Oregon’s Native Plants
Take a deep dive into Oregon's ecosystems, plants, and changes from the past to the future. Many hands-on activities in an environmental science unit delight scholars, including creating a field guide for a local park. The in-depth study...
9th - 12th Science CCSS: Adaptable
Study Jams! Weathering & Erosion
RJ argues that playing the video game, Super Duo Breaker and Whoosh, is a good way to study for a quiz on weathering and erosion. The game character Mr. Breaker breaks things down and the character Mr. Whoosh carries them away in the...
4th - 8th Science CCSS: Adaptable