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Natural Selection: Bird Beak Data Collection Lab
This is a group lab where each student becomes a 'bird' and attempts to 'eat'. So many pieces of food let your live, even more food allows you enough energy to reproduce. After following the simulation for 5 or more rounds, students should be able to identify adaptations & benefits of each, ide
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Lemonade Stand Business Simulation Project
Students get to experience what it is like to be an entrepreneur or business owner by simulating the running of their own business, a lemonade stand! They will go through four parts of a project using a free online lemonade stand simulation game for part of it.This project is a learning simulation t
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Making Phone Calls (w/Emergency Wallet Cards)
This started as a file with wallet-sized, EDITABLE emergency phone cards. Students need these in case they are on their own without a phone. Staff can carry a master copy during field trips. I added an 8-step lesson plan including the following activities: Sequencing cards (with suggestions for modi
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Candy Germ Transmission
Need a fun way to teach how germs are spread? Candy Germ Transmission is a fun experiment that can work well with any age group. I use it for high school, but I have friends who have used it in elementary school as well. The experiment uses two similar candies that are transferred between stude
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Reason for the Seasons Lab
This lab is suitable for students from grades 5-8 and addresses the following learning goals: I can survey a group of people to collect data I can tally data and organize by main idea I can create a bar graph or pie chart with the data I collect I can model how the Earth experiences seasons I can mo
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Ecology Lab:  Exploring an Ecosystem
Most of our students pay very little attention to their environment. They may frequent a public park or live on a lake or pond, but rarely do they notice the complex web of interactions that are taking place right before their eyes. For these reasons, I find this activity to be very worthwhile and

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