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In this activity, students will discuss and compare plants, animals, and their surroundings in deserts, oceans/ beaches, and rainforests.
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In this activity, students will conduct an investigation to create a bioplastic as an alternative to plastics we typically use as consumers.
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In this activity, students will explore the structures within a leaf where the process of photosynthesis occurs.
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In this activity, students will explore light travel and how it is redirected with the use of mirrors.
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In this activity, students will learn about thermal energy.
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In this activity, students will learn about the elements in the periodic table and how to interpret the information for each element.
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In this activity, students will brainstorm why people live, work, and vacation by the shoreline.
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In this activity, students will learn about the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
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In this activity, students will learn about Earth's four major systems: geosphere, hydrosphere, atmosphere, and biosphere.
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In this activity, students will investigate how electricity and magnetism are closely related by building and testing their own electromagnets.
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Students will investigate the relationship between friction and motion by building a simple hovercraft.
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In this activity, students will compare samples of monomers and polymers in powder and thread form (sugar/cotton candy and cotton flock/cotton balls).
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Students will investigate the application of 3D printing to space technology.
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In this activity, students will investigate how robots work including robotic parts and explain how energy is transferred to make different parts move.
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Students will construct a coin battery and measure its voltage output. They will compare their battery’s voltage to that of traditional AA/AAA batteries and consider modifications to their battery so it produces enough power to light up an LED bulb.
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In this investigation, students will design three different circuit arrangements with a switch capable of lighting a small light bulb. They will use the results of this investigation to determine the best configuration for wiring holiday lights.
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In this activity, students will investigate factors that influence the temperature of an isolated system and relate this to average kinetic energy and thermodynamic properties.
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In this activity, students will gain an understanding of the benefits and limitations of the structure of the human ear.
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