Minimalist Posters Celebrating Six Pioneering Women in Science
One designer’s homage to Marie Curie, Jane Goodall, Rosalind Franklin, Grace Hopper, Rachel Carson, and Sally Ride.
💎Periodic Table with real Elements
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The Best Science YouTube Channels for Kids!
Science videos for kids to use in a primary classroom. My favorite YouTube Science channels to find educational videos for kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd grade!
My first year teaching 6th grade science I worked tirelessly attempting to create THE most perfect Powerpoint presentations for my class. I would spend so much time making them from scratch only to find that my students weren't totally engaged during my lessons. I was creating an environment that wasn't really conducive to retention of…
Water Cycle STEM models – NGSS Lesson
I had such a satisfying teaching yesterday!! I revamped one of my NGSS lessons that I tried out last year that focused on the standard: MS-ESS2-4. Develop a model to describe the cycling of water through Earth's systems driven by energy from the sun and the force of gravity. My students designed and build working models of…
Fun Game for Kids - Counting Down Stars
Moon Phases: This Oreo moon phases activity has students learn and have fun using Oreo Cookies! Oreo Moon Phases Activity Contents: 1. Moon Phase identific...
Invisible Ink Science Experiment - Homeschool 101
This invisible ink science experiment is fun for ALL AGES! Only requires 3 ingredients. Get ready to write secret messages! Video & free printable lesson.
Moon Phases Learning Toy - Happy Tot Shelf
A fun and interactive way to learn about moon phases, using plastic cups! Turn the cup to see the moon change. Learn how to make one here.
Scientific Method Inquiry Lab with Bubble Gum Worksheet
This is a great lab that follows the steps of the scientific method while chewing bubble gum! The students absolutely love this lab and are able to practice using a triple beam balance. Great lab for any science class! Check out some related products!Intorduction to Science Activity - Science Square...
Introducing Newton's Laws with Learning Cycles
Click Here to subscribe to the CoolStuff Newsletter and get notified when our next blog is released. As many of you know, the Learning Cycle is an approach to science instruction developed by Atkin and Karplus in 1962 while working on the SCIS (Science Curriculum Improvement Study) project. This approach puts the pheno