Students will act as paleontologists and attempt to gure out the environment where various fossils would have
Main Curriculum Tie:
Science - 4th Grade
Standard 4 Objective 2
Explain how fossils can be used to make inferences abou
Food Chain Tag
Students will learn a brief background about energy transfer between the sun, producers, primary
consumers, and secondary consumers. of the students are primary consumers (plants) and of the
students are primary consumers (rabbits) and of t
Making Measurements: How Big is Your Hand?
Measurement is an key topic in math and science, and in kindergarten and first
grade, teachers work hard to ensure it makes sense for kids. But measurements can
be a little too abstract to grasp, and kids may nee
Help your child create a magical miniature garden in the most unlikely of places: a
recycled soda bottle! He'll be able to contruct his very own terrarium, plant real
seeds and watch the whole thing flourish and grow.
What You Need:
The Incredible Edible Cell
You will be required to construct a model of a plant OR animal cell. All
models must be made out of edible materials that will remain fresh at least 3 days
without refrigeration. Avoid using materials that have an unpleasant odo
Who Is More Likely To Be a Super Taster?
Grade Level: 6th to 8th; T ype: Social Science, Human Anatomy
This experiment will evaluate whether people of a specific gender or age are more
likely to have an elevated number of taste buds, allowing
The entire class models molecular behavior in this clever gas-liquid-solid lesson
How Tall Is It?
Mathematics, Data Analysis and Probability, Science, Life Science
Grade 1- 3
Students will learn how to determine how tall the trees in their neighborhoods are.
A Delicious Way to Teach Kids about Five Senses - Lovely
Starting our Five Senses unit, I wanted an activity for my preschool students that would be attention grabbing.
What is more exciting than watching popcorn pop in an air-popper?! Popping p