Students will explore tectonic plate boundaries and different types of seismic waves generated by earthquakes.
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Learn about what macroinvertebrates live in your school yard!
Show off your Manor, and make it more appealing to a diversity of macroinvertebrates!
With just a few supplies from home, you can make a twisty set of bongo antelope horns in a heartbeat.
These mockingbirds have an interesting history: can you construct their evolutionary relationship using logic?
Observe invertebrates in an outdoor or aquarium setting to find evidence of how organisms survive.
By building your own seismograph to document shaking, you'll learn how scientists measure earthquake intensity.
How much space is truly in space? How does the distance between things affect the ways we see things?
In this active model, students will simulate sugar molecule production to store energy—using ping pong balls!