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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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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 test the effectiveness of different parachute designs.
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In this activity, students will design a bridge or a building and observe how it performs in a simulated earthquake.
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In this activity, students drop rubber balls in order to observe and measure the effects of elasticity.
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After learning about the amount of paper that the United States uses every year, students will observe how homemade recycled paper is made. Upon examining the result, students will be challenged to refine this process in order to produce a paper product.
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In this activity, students work in groups to model swarming behaviors, and analyze the behaviors to develop an understanding of how they increase the chances of survival of a species.
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In this activity, students will research ancient organisms and create a timeline showing when they appeared on Earth.
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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 investigate how a specific group of insects move, referred to in our lesson as the focus insects.
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Students will use provided materials to develop a structure that will withstand movement in Earth.
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In this activity, students will learn that plants and animals have common needs.
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In this activity, students learn that plants acquire their material for growth chiefly from air and water rather than from soil.
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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 practice classifying matter while playing a game.
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In this activity, students will investigate the variety of ways plants can disperse their seeds, or the fruits containing the seeds.
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In this activity, students will paint craft spheres to resemble the Earth, moon and sun.
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