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Students will learn about the production process of plastic and other synthetic materials. They will work in teams to create a story from the viewpoint of a plastic bottle, explaining the process it goes through from raw materials to disposal
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Students will be tasked with designing a soda container that can be served from a vending machine from a 5-foot-tall shelf in three seconds or less. In creating this experiment, students will learn about the effect of gravity and its relationship to
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Students will learn about commonalities between humans and our ancestors. They will analyze fossil evidence among various species and create an explanation that we have an evolutionary relationship with other species. Be sure to check out our free
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Students’ challenge during the week is to design an umbrella that can be used without hands. After learning about umbrella design, they will work with materials to create a prototype, test it and refine it. Don't forget to rate our lesson plan, and
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Students will learn about Newton’s 3rd Law of Motion. They will work in teams to find ways to improve the design of a football helmet to protect football players from injury. Don't forget to rate our lesson plan, and be sure to check out our free
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Students will work in teams to analyze data about earthquakes in order to determine the best location to install a new technology that protects structures during earthquakes.. Don't forget to rate our lesson plan, and be sure to check out our free
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Students will work in teams to create their own model of rock strata that shows the progression of the geologic time scale. The challenge is open-ended in that students may show different eras, eons, epochs or periods. Don't forget to rate our
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Students will explore websites to learn what hurricanes look like from space and why they take on the appearance they do. They will simulate a model with shaving cream on desks, then complete a more thorough replica in teams. Don't forget to rate
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Students will learn about the issue of world hunger and malnutrition, then study the concept of artificial selection. They will tie these two concepts together to create a plan that will reduce malnutrition in developing countries, ideally through
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Students will learn about the high temperatures in Death Valley and the danger they pose to visitors. They will work in teams to design a device that will help cool visitors who may be stranded or in danger from the heat. Don't forget to rate our
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Students will learn about Newton’s First and Second Laws of Motion. Using this knowledge, they will design a plan for a car that will reduce the amount of damage in an accident. All plans must be backed by evidence through experimentation. Don't
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Students will be assigned a problem to solve at the beginning of the week, each team potentially being assigned a different topic. They will spend each day of the week going through the steps of the Engineering Design Process. By the end of the
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Students will engage in discovery-based learning to determine the principles that all living things, and only living things, are made of cells. Sometimes an organism is a single cell or multiple cells. Students will create a set of criteria for
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Students will conduct a one-day mini-experiment to observe and analyze the effects of wind and water on land. Teams will work together to create a stop-motion animation of the process and effects of erosion and deposition. If technology is limited,
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Students will research and analyze online data about population growth and natural resource consumption. They will generate insights about how growth impacts the world around us as well as the implications. Don't forget to rate our lesson plan, and
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Students will play a simulation of a Rabbit and Wolves game modeling through graphs the changes in ecosystem populations due to small changes within the system. After gathering data, students will outline and write a report using the data as
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In this lesson plan, students will create a model of a series of air pressure flows to demonstrate the likelihood of a thunderstorm and tornado outbreak based on atmospheric conditions. Models may be physical displays or written on
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Students will learn about how atoms combine to form molecules. They will create a model of the molecules that make up some of the ingredients of a chocolate candy bar. Be sure to check out our free mini lesson plans, as well as our STEM student
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Students will use data about other planets and objects within the solar system to develop an argument for which planet would be best suited to hold Earth’s inhabitants, based on similarities with Earth. Don't forget to rate our lesson plan, and be
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Students will learn about food webs, then run a digital simulation. Using the data they will make inferences about how population changes in one species impact the others. They will work in teams to construct their own food web model in a habitat of
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School Datebooks is a private company, started 30 years ago by Sharon Powers. Sharon was a start-up entrepreneur before being a start-up entrepreneur was cool. Sitting at her kitchen table in 1985, Sharon created the Central Catholic “Knightline” datebook. Immediately understanding the potential national market for datebooks, Sharon sold datebooks to all the surrounding schools. The Knightline, Docket, Barn Door, Maveranda and Bronco Board helped thousands of kids throughout the local community succeed. One of those kids, Tim Powers came home to run and grow the family business in 1995. Many current employees are sure the idea for a datebook was due to Tim’s (now company president) inability to keep track of assignments. While that story has never been substantiated, we’re pretty sure it’s true. From 5 local schools in 1985 to more than 12,000 today, and with Sharon’s entrepreneurial spirit, School Datebooks continues to be an innovative, aggressive, enthusiastic company looking to grow and share our unique corporate culture. With offices in Lafayette, Ind., and Denver, Colo., we strive to continue our long-standing work in education..

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