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States of Matter - Sort and classify matter in to three states (solid, liquid, gas).Includes:4 information cardsclassification title cards3-part cards for solid, liquid, gas24 photographic sorting cards1 control chart showing the correct classificationSorting Cards are approx. 2½" x 3".
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Newton's 3 Laws of Motion - Information and photographs explaining Newton's 3 Laws of Motion.This set includes:short bio card on Isaac Newton3 information cards (1 for each law)3 formula cards (1 for each law)3 information cards (force, mass, acceleration)Each of the 3 laws include the following:4 p
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Cards featuring 12 common objects that transform energy from one form to another, with 12 matching cards showing the input type of energy and output type of energy. Including: electrical energy, chemical energy, heat energy, sound energy, and energy of movement. Student matches each object to the c
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Get your kids' engaged with STEM! Read the story of the Three Billy Goats Gruff to students and allow them to find the problem. That's the challenge! Pass out materials (there is a suggested list for each grades K-4th), show/read challenge(s) and the expectations, start a timer (I use www.online-sto
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Also included in: STEM Bundle {Fairy Tales}

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Cards featuring 12 common objects that transform energy from one form to another, with 24 cards showing forms of energy for input and output. Including: electrical energy, chemical energy, heat energy, sound energy, and energy of movement. Student matches each object to the two corresponding energy
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Atom Nomenclature Book illustrates and describes 7 parts of an atom: atom, subatomic particles, nucleus, protons, neutrons, electrons, and electron shells. The atom is in color, the individual parts are all shown in red.Includes: book cover7 picture cards7 description cardsPages are approx. 3¾ x 5"
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Atom Nomenclature Cards are formatted in a 3-part card series with black-line master included. The 7 parts of the atom are: atom, nucleus, protons, neutrons, electrons, subatomic particles, and electron shells. The atom is in color, the individual parts are all shown in red.Includes:7 cards with lab
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Description: Journey into history and the fascinating world of Archimedes’. Follow his footsteps as he determines the ratio “pi”, discovers the relationship between a sphere and a cylinder, and helps King Hiero determine the density of his crown! This project integrates history, physics, and mathem
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Simple machines have made all of today's technical advances possible. This small timeline shows the four most important scientists who contributed to our understanding of simple machines. A timeline is a concrete representation of history, giving a hands-on experience of the length of an event or pr
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Paper roller coasters is sure to be a project students will love! It is an engineering project that requires collaboration, problem solving, exact measurement, and a knowledge of physics. Students will explore and put to test Newton's Laws of motion while building their vertical paper roller coaster
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The First Great Lesson starts with the Big Bang, and we have now come to understand that it was not just matter and energy that was released into existence; matter and antimatter were released at the same time. Mathematically, there should have been an exact amount of matter to antimatter. However,
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Atom Nomenclature Book illustrates and describes 7 parts of an atom: atom, subatomic particles, nucleus, protons, neutrons, electrons, and electron shells. Includes: book cover7 picture cards7 description cardsPages are approx. 3¾ x 5".You may be interested in Atom Nomenclature Cards
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A great addition to a physics and/or geography lesson, this product offers a myriad of types of bridges bound to get children excited to learn more.Bridges include:SuspensionTrussArchSimple BeamCantileverCable StayedIf you have a moment and would like to earn credit for your TPT purchases, please le
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Atom Nomenclature Cards are formatted in a 3-part card series with black-line master included. The 7 parts of the atom are: atom, nucleus, protons, neutrons, electrons, subatomic particles, and electron shells. Includes:7 cards with labels7 cards without labels7 labels1 black-line masterCards wit
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Levers are only one of six simple machines that make our lives easier! With this resource, learn about the different parts of a lever. Nomenclature Cards entice the child to explore the parts of the concept, building their vocabulary and reading skills. Each part is presented within the whole, givi
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Balance scales were one of the first kinds of scales, simple due to their mechanical build. They employ levers to measure weight and are therefore an excellent example of levers' daily applications. Nomenclature Cards entice the child to explore the parts of the concept, building their vocabulary an
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This PDF can be used to make a set of three/four part cards that can be used to teach students about the different types of light. Each term has a control card (word and picture), a word card, a picture card, and an information card. Topics included are: Light, Infrared Light, Ultraviolet Light, Vis
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As we played at the park with our hot wheels, tossing them down a slide, we wondered if we could predict their patterns. So we needed a record sheet. Enter: Slide Physics. I LOVE homeschooling.
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Make a catapult and record the results. In science we record things. Otherwise, it's just messing around. ~Myth Busters
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Very early in the year, the children will be given the First Great Lesson (Creation of the Universe). One of the experiments (more of an impressionistic demonstration) that goes along with the first Great Lesson demonstrates how smaller pieces come together to make bigger pieces (from particles to s
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This lesson is used as an introduction to quantum physics by explaining how we need to think of an electron in reality. The students typically use the Bohr model and the electron board material in class, and this is very helpful in understanding energy levels and how atoms bond with each other. Howe
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In this lesson, the students are going to measure their body’s ability to produce peak anaerobic power. The students may have a hypothesis on who they believe is very powerful, but they may be caught by surprise as the students measure their abilities. This lesson reinforces the scientific method, a
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Through this experiment, we want our students to look at their bodies as simple machines, and see if physics has an influence on how fast someone can throw. This lesson (and experiment) also works in reinforcing concepts from the scientific method for the students, which works well when taught in co
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Snowball catapults is an awesome hands-on engineering project that can be used during the winter season. Students will learn about simple machines, specifically levers as they explore, design, and test their snowball catapult. Students will also be given opportunities to modify their design and test
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