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The Magic School Bus and the Electric Field Trip

For Students 2nd - 4th Standards
Energize a shared reading of the Magic School Bus and the Electric Field Trip with this collection of supplemental materials. Whether your looking for discussion questions, reading comprehension worksheets, or writing prompts, this...
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Get Charged!

For Teachers 4th - 8th
Learners explore the concept of electricity in this activity based unit.  In this physical science lesson, students focus on electricity and electrical engineering. The teaching unit includes 5 activities to develop learners conceptual...
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WWII Project Outline

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Work together as a class and get to know the ins and outs of World War II with this engaging collaborative project. Class members are broken into groups to research particular war topics, from life on the home front to the Holocaust and...
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I'm a Summer Reading Star!

For Teachers K - 6th
Reading is rewarding on its own, but why not add in some extra incentives? As individuals read, they can fill out the bingo board included here, earn coupons, create bookmarks, and fill out a banner, piece by piece.
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The Energy Times

For Teachers 6th - 8th Standards
Extra! Extra! Read all about past and present energy use in a classroom-made historical newspaper. Useful as a cross-curricular assignment between science, history, and language arts, the project is sure to get young journalists...
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Tutorial: Creating the Sound of Hydrogen

For Students 10th - Higher Ed Standards
How do you create the sound of hydrogen? An interesting video explains how to use mathematical formulas and sound software to translate the spectrum of light that comes from hydrogen into a sound. The resource walks through each step...
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Football, Physics, and Symmetry

For Students 9th - 12th
Ready to tackle the concept of symmetry? Show your class a video that combines it with football, and you'll definitely score the extra point! The resource illustrates different types of symmetry and relates it to both muscle memory and...
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Tutorial: Rocket Science!

For Students 9th - 12th
Have a blast learning how rockets defy gravity! Show your physics scholars the calculations scientists use to relate the mass of the rocket and its fuel to the force required to fight Earth's gravitational pull. No rocket? No problem!...
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What If the Earth Were Hollow?

For Students 9th - 12th
Man has dreamed of outer space travel for hundreds of years...but, what about inner-Earth travel? Could it work? Young scientists explore the notion of jumping into a hole through Earth and the factors that affect the journey, such as...
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Foiled Proof

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
Find the area of FOIL. A short video makes the connection between the FOIL method and the area model of multiplying two binomials. The graphics show how the different parts of the area model can be connected to the nemonic FOIL.
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A Simple Proof of Conservation of Energy

For Students 9th - Higher Ed
Energy is conserved? Prove it! The narrator does just that in a short video depicting the mathematical proof of conservation of energy. Young physicists see how the kinetic and potential energy present in a system are related to one...
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What IS Angular Momentum?

For Students 9th - Higher Ed
Have you ever felt like you're going nowhere? You really are going nowhere — if you happen to be spinning, rotating, or orbiting something! Young physicists learn about angular momentum in a short illustrated video. The narrator...
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Computer Color is Broken

For Students 9th - Higher Ed
Is your smartphone really doing its best work when it comes to color? The narrator describes technology's lazy approach to recreating colors in an insightful video. Science scholars discover how digital cameras store images, and why the...
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How to See Without Glasses

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
What should you do if you are studying for a test and your glasses break? The video introduces an easy way to instantly improve your vision. It discusses why it works and the physics behind vision, lenses, and focus.
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Antimatter Explained

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
Why are we surrounded by so much matter rather than antimatter? The video defines matter and anitmatter before explaining the properties of both and their relationship with each other.
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How Big Is The Sun?

For Students 9th - 12th
The sun and the moon have very different sizes but appear roughly the same size in the sky. An interesting video lesson discusses the reason behind this fact through by analyzing scale. The video instructor expands the lesson by...
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How To Detect A Secret Nuclear Test

For Students 9th - 12th
Discover how science is ready to protect the world against nuclear explosions. An interesting lesson describes how science monitors the world for evidence of nuclear explosions. By using technology to detect waves, it is possible to...
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Tour of the Map of the Big Bang

For Students 9th - 12th
Tour the universe from the comfort of your own desk! View the video to learn more about bigbangregistry.com, an interactive map of the great beyond. Pupils discover cosmic background radiation, the oldest light in the universe. The...
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The Physics of Car Crashes

For Students 9th - 12th
Engineering the design of a car is a lesson in physics! Learners watch as the narrator describes how a car absorbs the impact during a crash. The instruction highlights acceleration and deceleration patterns and quantifies the amount of...
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How To Discover Weird New Particles | Emergent Quantum Quasiparticles

For Students 11th - Higher Ed
Creating new particles is only limited by the imagination. An entertaining video lesson shows scholars how scientists manipulate known particles, atoms, and molecules to create new particles. The instructor discusses many examples as...
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How to Teleport Schrödinger's Cat

For Students 11th - Higher Ed
Teleportation is possible! An artistic video lesson discusses three types of quantum teleportation. The narrator explains what is possible and what is not before giving real teleportation examples.
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London Bridge Was Sold to the US!?

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
London Bridge is falling down—into Arizona? A short video clip explains the rise, fall, and re-building of one of the world's most popular bridges. Scholars investigate how people constructed and ultimately moved London Bridge to its...
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Comprehensive English Examination: August 2014

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
Just like with any skill, test-taking aptitude improves with practice. Learners complete the handout, answering reading comprehension questions and engaging in timed writing exercises. The test includes multiple-choice and constructed...
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STEM Problem Solving Activities

For Teachers 1st - 6th Standards
Need engineering resources? Problem solved! A STEM curriculum resource provides instructors with problem-solving activities. The document has eight parts: (1) electricity, (2) energy, forces, and motion, (3) general problem solving, (4)...

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