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Plant life cycle activities-Writing to define, label, research, and explain. Part of a complete science unit with science experiments, mini lessons, charts and for teaching the life cycle of plants for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade. Over 20 plant activities and printables in this unit.

Plant life cycle activities-A complete science unit with hands-on mini lessons, learning labs, anchor charts for photosynthesis and parts of a plant, and a focus on writing about science with this culminating foldable flower lapbook. Students write to def

Want to make a fun DIY toy that moves? This kinetic carousel spins wildly and demonstrates potential and kinetic energy. Learn how w/ @pbsparents.

Want to make a fun DIY toy that moves? This kinetic carousel spins wildly and demonstrates potential and kinetic energy. Learn how w/ PBS Parents.

FREE Skeleton and Skeletal System Printables, Activities and Resources, Including this Life Size Skeleton! http://www.eskeletons.org/resources

Here's a way to make education fun for kids. Print out an life-size skeleton on your standard size paper.

Aerodynamics and Hydrodynamics   Science Project fully assembled wind turbine model

Aerodynamics Science Fair Project: Investigate which wind turbine rotor blade design is the most aerodynamic and therefore, produces the most energy.

A free virtual field trip to teach about renewable energy

Our need for energy is undeniable--we use it to fuel our cars, start our computers and mobile devices, power the lights and other household appliances in our

Science Fair: Renewable Energy Project for Kids: Power from Water

Kids learn about potential energy, and mechanical energy, and how to make power from water with one of our favorite renewable energy projects for kids.

The atomic theory of matter tells us that a gas is made up of tiny particles called atoms (or molecules, which are combinations of atoms), which are constantly in motion, smashing into each other and the walls of whatever container they might be in. Here is a highly visual model of this idea.

The atomic theory of matter tells us that a gas is made up of tiny particles called atoms (or molecules, which are combinations of atoms), which are constantly in motion, smashing into each other and the walls of whatever container they might be in.