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Study and explore the science behind bubbles! Learn about surface tension, optical effects (reflection, refraction and interference), balanced forces, surface area, hydrophilic and hydrophobic forces and more! Product includes: • 4 Reading passages and questions (key included)• Homemade bubble solut
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This lesson plan will help introduce students to the idea of buoyancy and density through a read aloud and a fun hands on experiment. Description: This lesson is on density and its impact on an objects buoyancy. Specifically, that density (not simply size) impacts whether an object will float or no
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This is a really FUN activity. The students make ice cream in a bag. I have used it as an activity for physical science and phase changes. I have also just used it as a fun end-of-the-year activity. I also included some activities that I have my students do while they are waiting to make their
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This is an end-of-the-year week long investigation intended for honors high school chemistry. There are 12 different Sherlock Holmes type "cases" [intended for up to 24 students working in lab teams] that students solve for faculty and staff members across campus, with the ability to modify/rotate
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This is a recipe to create a silly putty like substance using borax, glue, food coloring, and water. Uses include: a writing activity about describing, a class reward party, a science activity. . .and the list goes on! To keep up with my growing supply of elementary science resources, please becom
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This is a 1 day project where students will make a home-made lava lamp from a plastic water bottle, vegetable oil, food coloring, & an Alka-Seltzer tablet. The lab worksheet provides all directions AND includes pre & post lab questions. It also includes a follow up that briefly explains th
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Use this activity guide as an add on to any activity or lesson plan! This easy activity, reading, and exit slip allows students to grasp the concept of how a cow is milked! Includes Reading and Video Introduction Teacher Activity Guide Ext Slip Objectives Students will develop an understanding o
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This activity demonstrates the excitement of science! Students will learn science based magic tricks to put on a show for an audience, such as their peers in another class or their parents. This resource can be a fun end of year activity. It could also be part of an afterschool enrichment program
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STEM EXPERIMENT STEM is the general trend for science activities in today's courses. STEM activities can be implemented at any time throughout the course. It is not content specific, but requires scientific knowledge and critical thinking skills to complete. STEM activities focus on real-world
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This hands on STEM challenge is to create a floating device for an action figure. Great for end of the year or beginning of the year activity! Print double sided and fold like a book! You can give students materials you find around the house or classroom. Things may include: -plastic bags -par
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