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Attendance is no one's idea of fun. Until now. With this one simple idea I switched the first two minutes of every class from a dull item to cross off our to-do list to something we all look forward to. You can do the same with this simple trick. Watch the video to learn how, then go download th
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Are you sick of fighting the homework battle? Do you feel like youâre constantly chasing down missing homework assignments from students? Wish you could get students excited about doing their homework? Then, youâll love this quick video with tips for increasing homework completion in your classro
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This collection of hands-on activities covers the main concepts for studying waves and sound. You'll use different vibrating objects and see how each makes sound. Investigate wavelength, speed, frequency, amplitude through building a variety of models. Compare two types of waves transverse and longi
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This collection of hands-on activities digs into the concepts behind force, motion, and energy. Use battery-powered and pull-back cars to compare constant and accelerated motion. Learn a new way of graphing to help students see their experimental data turn into a picture. Use models to explore what
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This collection of hands-on activities digs into the concepts behind molecular motion including diffusion and osmosis. Students collect evidence of osmosis by weighting deshelled eggs and potatoes before and after exposing them to different concentrations of solvents. Theyâll use two different model
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In this lab student measure the resistance of various twinkle lights; individually at first and then in combination. They learn how to set up a multimeter as an ohmmeter and to use it for this purpose. Students demonstrate that resistance is cumulative when placed in series. Extension ideas have stu
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