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A series of math and science activities feature M&M's® as manipulatives to help kids work through equations. The resource includes exercises on finding averages, percent of compositions, moles in chemical reactions, genotypes and...
MENSA Education & Research Foundation
Do you have early finishers asking what they can do next, or any budding scientists eager to learn more about plant and animal cells? Then here is a cell unit for you! The packet provides scholars with everything they need in order to...
Howard Hughes Medical Institute
Zebrafish find popularity among aquarium owners for their beauty and biologists for their unique abilities. Biologists discovered zebrafish have the ability to regenerate damaged hearts. Use the video to observe and understand this...
How can you tell if a microorganism is helpful or detrimental to an ecosystem? Learners inspect slides or pictures of microorganisms and record their observations to identify those that are beneficial or harmful. They then pretend to...
Gay-Lussac first published the law relating the volume and temperature of gas, but he kindly credited Charles in what is now known as Charles's Law. Part of Socratica's chemistry playlist, the video explains Charles's Law. It also works...
Gallium dissolves aluminum so aggressively that people are not allowed to transport it on airplanes. While some find the facts and properties of the metal useful, many enjoy seeing it act as a beating heart. The science behind this...
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
Some people have a natural ability to jump, but did you know DNA also naturally jumps? Learn about the fun habit by looking at the research of a pioneering female scientist. Barbara McClintock fought prejudice and surpassed her mentors...
If Earth is modeled by a grapefruit, what planet could be represented by a golf ball? This activity uses everyday and not-so-everyday objects to create a model of the Solar System.
The Brain Scoop
Have you ever tried to pinpoint the exact type of insect captured? Scientists collect insects and pin them for future study to do just that. The video explains how to properly pin an insect to display the unique body parts and features....
Many manufacturing processes require vanadium, though many people have not heard of it. The 23rd video in a series of 118 about chemical elements explores vanadium. It shares multiple samples in different formats including wire, powder,...
Magic of Physics
Three main factors determine the wave height experienced in the ocean. Scholars use a virtual simulator to alter wind speed, fetch, and duration. Each combination creates a unique wave measured in significant height.
Take the time and energy learn about Earth's energy budget. An engaging unit of four lessons focuses on the components that make up Earth's energy budget. Future scientists come up with a formula for the energy budget, then use software...
Did you know that leaky faucets waste $10 million worth of water? Conservationists perform an experiment and draw best-fit lines to explore how the US Geological Society determined this value.
Creepy crawly insects! Learn the names of 12 different insects, including ladybugs, cicadas, and katydids. Each card features a picture of the insect as well as its name in large letters.
Students explore polymers by designing and preparing an inexpensive and effective reusable ice pack. They develop and test a design for a reusable ice pack in the science lab. Students apply chemical and physical properties of polymers...
In this scientific equipment worksheet, students locate words related to science lab materials. A list of 21 words is provided for identification. An answer sheet is provided.
Students examine and practice science laboratory safety rules. In groups, they discuss ways to illustrate the rules. Students plan and record videos demonstrating the safety rules.
First graders perform experiments to investigate property changes that occur in materials or matter. In the science lab, they use heat to explore changes in rice, sand, gelatin, baking soda and more. Learners observe and record the...
Students create a Student Safety Committee. For this lesson for science lab activities, students discuss the communication skills required to help each other in the science lab. Students analyze their classmates' response to a scenario...
Set up stations around your science lab to introduce youngsters to different equipment. They examine a beaker, graduated cylinder, ruler, balance, and thermometer. The said worksheet is not included, but you will find a few useful tips...
Students explore energy by participating in a science lab in class. In this energy form lesson, students define the different types of energy such as light, mechanical and sound while examining energy measuring tools in class. Students...
Students discuss the importance of safety in the science lab and also in industry. They also will understand some of the implications of chemistry in the world using links provided.
Students participate in a science lab to determine the pH of three different soil samples. Students conduct an experiment by creating a question, a hypothesis and then an investigation of soil samples. Then they compare colors apprearing...
Eighth graders complete labs using toy trucks to study deceleration, record thier data, and then transfer it to graphing software to produce a graph. They create a lab report of the completed lab using a word processing program.
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