Students make predictions about which common grocery store items they think contain GMOs. Students will then scan the bar code of the products using the GMO app. The GMO app indicates if the product has GMOs or not. Students can compare their
Students will be put into 2 rows and assigned an element. Students from the rows will "speed date" and discuss how many electrons they need to be happy. At the end, students will determine which elements they're the most compatible with.
Students will complete a blueprint using the specified design program that includes all of the listed appliances and furniture for each room. However, keep in mind that it is a tiny house, so accurate and precise measurement will be critical in the
Students will use different types of beaks (chopsticks, spoon, etc.) to gather food. Students can then make comparisons about which "beaks" were the easiest to gather food and determine the effects as per natural selection.
This is a video guide that corresponds to the film "Filthy Cities in New York City". Students will explore the effects of pollution, overcrowding, and poverty on 1920s New York City and then make decisions based on being a city planner.
Students will convert a chocolate chip cookie recipe from the English System to the Metric System. Students will then be required to measure the volume and mass of their ingredients and combine them to create the dough. I typically take the dough
A series of questions that follow along with the move "No Impact Man". This activity allows students to reflect on the impact they have on their environment and what changes they can make.
Perfect for Earth Day!
Students will work through the steps of the Scientific Method using a bag of M&Ms. Students will determine whether the M&M company really does put a certain percentage of each color of M&M in every bag.
This lab allows for students to explore specific heat capacity through the eyes of a chef. Students are prompted to think about the connection between preparing pasta in boiling water with and without salt. Students will learn through their
Students measure and observe each chemical added to a graduated cylinder and convert between SI Prefixes. Students will observe an acid-base reaction when the liquid starts clear, turns pink, then turns back to clear with each chemical added.
Students will explore the concept of Conservation of Mass using a Transformers toy and clips from the Transformers movie. Students will be able to determine if the directors used the theory of Conservation of Mass in the movie, or if it's just