What is ocean acidification, and who is affected by it? Engage your students in a mock conference on the issue.
Here you'll find short, lively activities to focus your class trip, or full-period lessons to integrate into your yearly curriculum. Dive in!
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Anoushka Takla's fourth graders seek to answer the question: "What happens to our trash over time?"
Erica Katz's fifth graders seek to answer the question: "Why does the moon look different on different days?"
Explore the amazing diversity of plants, animals, and ecosystems that are found on the continent of Africa!
Create a change in air pressure using a garbage bag and vacuum cleaner, and then create a model to explain!
In this role-playing skit your students will describe the various processes of the water cycle in the Amazon.
Investigate an issue in your school or community, then collect physical evidence related to that issue.
Trek through the Aquarium to observe and describe animals surviving in both aquatic and desert environments.
Investigate how well different materials block sunlight Then, create art inspired by the science behind it all!