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K-2牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 321匧IFTOFF牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 NASA牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-167


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 This supplement is to introduce early childhood classroom students to the International

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Space Station and the role rockets play in its construction.


3-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 200 Gooey, Slippery, Slimy, Weird & Fun Experiments牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-70

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Janice Van Cleave

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 This book is a collection of science experiments designed to show you that

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 science is more then a list of facts science is fun! The 200 experiments in

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 the book take science out of the laboratory and put it into your daily life.


4-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Acid Rain : Student抯 Handbook牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 EPA牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 E-1


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 This book contains information and activities to provide a better understanding

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 of the acid rain problem and a greater interest in its resolution.


K-4牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Aernautics牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 NASA牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-162


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 This educator guide explains basic aeronautical concepts, provides a background

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 in the history of aviation, and sets them within the context of the flight environment

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 (atmosphere, airports, and navigation).


5-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Air Masses牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋 Michigan State牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 E-2

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 University

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 This unit focuses on the collection and use of data about changes in weather.

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 One set of weather data is provided in this unit or you could use weather from

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋your local newspaper. Prior to this unit, students should have had experience

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 using thermometers for collecting temperature data. They should have learned

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 that wind is moving air and can come from different directions and at different

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 speeds.


5-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Amateur Radio in Space牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 NASA牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋 S-2


The Space Amateur Radio Experiment (SAREX) is designed to facilitate

communication between astronauts in orbit with students on the ground.

Through SAREX, astronauts make scheduled and unscheduled amateur

radio contacts from the Shuttle Orbiter with schools selected through a

proposal process from around the world. These contacts energize the

participating students and families about science, technology, and learning.


K-5牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Amphibian Alert牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-152


This curriculum aims to teach children what amphibians are and why amphibian population

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 declines are important to scientists and communities throughout the world.


K-5牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Astronomy Adventures牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 National Wildlife Federation牋牋 牋牋牋牋 S-73

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Ranger Rick抯 Nature Scope


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Five activities that deal with astronomy can be taught as one unit or taught by itself.


3-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Astronomy for Every Kid牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Janice Van Cleave牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-98

101 Easy Experiments That Really Work


This guide contains activities that explore how life is affected by the things

on and beyond the earth抯 atmosphere as well as how celestial bodies

affect each other



5-10牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Astronomy: Project Earth Science牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 P. Sean Smith牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋 S-5


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Project Earth Science: Astronomy spotlights ways to teach students about

everything from why Earth has seasons to what a light year is.

For the students, hands-on, teacher-tested activities bring the concepts of

astronomy down to Earth. For the teachers, background information,

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 supplementary readings, and suggestions for integrating other disciplines

provide a framework to launch a successful introduction to astronomy.


5-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Awesome Experiments in Force & Motion牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Michael DiSpezio牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-181牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 This book is provides activities on inertia, Newton抯 laws of motion, friction,

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 gravitation, and energy


5-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Awesome Experiments in Light & Sound牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Michael DiSpezio牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-182


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 This book provides activities on properties of waves such as reflection,

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 refraction and interference.


2-4牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Bats Incredible牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 AIMS牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-80


Bats Incredible uses the bat as the focus for an exploration of the concepts

of adaptation, interaction, and diversity. This conceptual unit provides a

natural integration of life (bats), earth (caves), and physical (aerodynamics

and sound) science. Students experience the aero dynamics of flight, investigate

the feeding adaptations of bats, investigate echolocation and explore bat habitats.

Assessment strategies, curricular correlations and home links are integrated

through this book.


K-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 BIRDS, BIRDS, BIRDS :牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 National Wildlife Federation E-3

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Ranger Rick抯 Nature Scope牋牋牋牋牋

牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋

This guide combines the science activities with language arts, history,

creative writing, geography, social studies, math, and art activities to make

this booklet as useful as possible. This book can be your major source of

background information and activity ideas that you can use over and over again

with your students.


K-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Bottle Biology牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Mrill Ingram牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋 S-6


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Students create complete ecosystems using a soda bottle and film cans.

Activities include modeling a rainforest, building a decomposition column,

and designing a gardening system. Each chapter contains construction

details, background readings and assessment questions adaptable to all

ages and skill levels.


5-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Bubble*ology牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 LHS GEMS牋牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋 S-7


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Need a simple way to explore important concepts in chemistry and physics?

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 This book uses soap bubble activities-making an ideal bubble-blowing instrument,

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 using the Bernoulli principle to keep bubbles aloft, and making bubbles that last

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 for days to make science accessible and fun.


3-6   牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋The Budding Botanist牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 AIMS牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋 S-81


This guide provides hands-on activities that investigate the world of plants.

Particular attention is given to (1) seeds: their structure, how they grow,

their properties, and how they are dispersed; (2) plants: their structure,

how plant parts work, photosynthesis, and development of seeds and fruit.

The last section is a short look at the structure of plant cells.


K-5牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Bug Out On Math and Science牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Miami-Dade County牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-21

Public Schools

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 This guide provides activities on the characteristics, life cycles and behavior

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 of insects.


4-12牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋 Building Big 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 David MaCaulay 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-116


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Engages readers imaginations and gets them thinking about structures

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 they see every day bridges, tunnels, skyscrapers, domes and dams.

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Includes 5 hrs. of video on 5 cassettes.


3-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Classroom Critters and the Scientific Method牋牋牋牋牋牋 Sally Kneidel牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-13


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Do goldfish hide? Are kittens left-handed or right-handed? Do anolis lizards prefer

mealworms or crickets? These and many other questions are answered when

students use the 37 animal-friendly, behavioral experiments found in this

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 innovative resource. Each experiment explores the five steps of the scientific

method: question, hypothesis, method, result, and conclusion.


K-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Classroom GEMS Activities and Resources 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-155


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 This project is designed to provide Michigan抯 citizens of tomorrow with the

knowledge and skills to understand, value, protect, and renew our precious

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 groundwater resources.


4-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 The Complete Science Fair Handbook牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Anthony D. Fredericks 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-14

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Isaac Asimov

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 This book is a systematic guide to the design and development of a successful

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 science fair. It is intended to stimulate higher levels of participation, well-designed

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 and functional projects, an abundance of originality, and your students deeper

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 appreciation of how they can actively participate in the scientific world. This book

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 is also a convenient ready reference that helps teachers guide their students through

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 the exciting and dynamic world of science.


K-2牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Constructing Toys & Concepts牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Michigan Department 牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-15

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 of Education

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 This unit is designed to help students construct a clear understanding of

how to describe and classify common materials in ways to reveal

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 something about usefulness. It has also been designed to help students learn to

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 structure their experiments, to use comparisons to interpret results of experiments,

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 and to apply those results in other contexts.


3-7牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Cool Chemistry牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Steven W. Moje牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-89牋牋牋牋牋

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Believe it or not, there is a chemistry lab waiting for you in your closets

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 and kitchen cupboards! Gather your equipment, check your supplies and

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 get ready to try dozens of the coolest chemistry experiments around.


K-2牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Cosmic Classroom: Living in Space牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Space Center Houston牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-134牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 This book contains games and activities that demonstrate what it takes to prepare for

and live in outer space.


3-5牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Cosmic Classroom : Stars, Planets & Satellites牋牋牋牋牋 Space Center Houston牋牋牋 S-19


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 By using the artifacts from the manned space program, and enlarging

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 certain concepts of astronomy and earth science, teachers are able to build

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 on their student抯 natural interests in stars, planets, extraterrestrials, astronauts,

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 and a universe so vast that it can barely be imagined.


K-6牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Critters牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 AIMS牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-82


Critters contains 30 investigations involving mealworms, snails, goldfish, brine shrimp,

earthworms, crickets, moths, and silkworms, as members of the Critter Club. Activities

involve classification, camouflage, biomes, food chains, etc.


1-3牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Cycles of Knowing & Growing牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 AIMS牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-83


Cycles of Knowing & Growing explores the cyclical changes that are common

to living systems. As they observe plant and animal cycles, students will see

that living things change over time. They will also be made aware of some

predictable patterns in their own daily patterns and patterns in their growth.


K-4牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Dig In! Hands on Soil Investigation牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 NSTA牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 E-4


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Give students the dirt on soil with a practical book that brings new

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 meaning to the term 揾ands-on. Using these 12 activities and two original

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 stories as guides, kids will soon be up to their elbows in the study of soil

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 formation, habitats and land use, animals that depend on soil, plants that

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 grow in soil, soil science, and soil conservation. Each teacher-tested lesson

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 plan offers helpful background, assessment methods, and suggestions for

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 further exploration.


5-9牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Down to Earth牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 AIMS牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-8


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Down to Earth contains studies in three areas: geology, meteorology, and

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 oceanography. Students explore variables in meteorology by looking at

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 relative humidity using a wet and dry bulb thermometer and take a closer

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 look at heat absorption, the effect of the sun抯 angle on energy received,

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 and evaporation rates. Other activities include finding the composition of

a hill built by students, examining the idea of mapping the ocean floor, and

calculating the amount of pollution a car produces in one minute.


5-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Earth, Moon, and Stars牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Cary I. Sneider牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-115


This guide focuses on the shape of the Earth and gravity; moon phases and eclipses;

and the stars. In activities that involve real-world sky gazing, students observe and

record changes in the sky and create models to explain their observations. A challenging

questionnaire on the Earth抯 shape and gravity can be used as a pre- and post-assessment tool.

4-9牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Electrical Connections牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 AIMS牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-84


Electrical Connections is designed to clear up some of the mystery and alleviate

some of the fear regarding electricity by learning a few basic electrical concepts.

Major topics covered include: static electricity, attraction and repulsion of charges,

electrical conductors, series and parallel circuits, electrical switches, and connections

between magnetism and electricity.


3-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Electricity 32牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 TOPS Learning Systems牋牋牋牋 S-199


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Electricity requires no lab equipment or unusual supplies. Just photocopy

the 20 activity sheets, gather simple materials (like bulbs, batteries, foil and clothespins),

and you're ready to explore TOPS Learning Systems hands-on.









K-6牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Exploring Environments牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 AIMS牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 E-27


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Exploring Environments takes students on expeditions to eight different environments.

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Eight full color scenery posters (17攛 22) are provided. Sample plants and animals

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 along with background information are given so that students can examine the

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 interactions between living things and see how they meet their needs. Teaching tips

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 are given for grade level spans K-2, 3-4, and 5-6. To complete the Exploring Environments牋牋牋牋牋牋

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 activities, both the book and posters are needed.

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Posters come with book when you check it out


K-12牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Exploring Matter with TOYS 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Mickey Sarquis牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-22


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 In this book you will find teacher-tested, motivating activities that draw students in

with toys, gadgetry, fun-to-do experiments, and observations of scientific phenomena

in everyday events. Each activity contains a list of the key science topics covered

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 and process skills used, estimated time length, materials list, safety and disposal

procedures, step-by-step instructions, extension suggestions, and reproducible handouts.


5-12牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Exploring Meteorite Mysteries牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 NASA牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-23


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Teachers and scientists designed this book to engage students in inquiry science

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 with interdisciplinary connections. The study of meteorites provides a unifying theme

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 that links almost every aspect of Earth and planetary science and mathematics,

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 physics, chemistry and even biology. The effects of meteorite impacts have serious

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 implications for social science. Many of the lessons begin with a simple activity and

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 build to more complex ones.


3-6牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Field Detectives牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 AIMS牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 E-28


Field Detectives is designed to encourage students to look closely at the diverse

habitats in and around their school playground. They become detectives who

search for evidence of life and clues to the natural world around them. Activities

emphasize the provision of needs within a habitat for food, water, air, shelter,

and space. Students investigate relationships found within all habitats regardless

of size or location.


4-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 First Lego League 2001 Team Manual牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 First Lego League牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-158

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Featuring Arctic Impact


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 A manual explaining the conditions and terms of the First Lego League

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 competition for the year 2001.


5-9牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Floaters & Sinkers牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 AIMS牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋 S-85

Floaters & Sinkers is an excellent source of hand-on activities for the middle school student that

builds the concept of density as the ratio of mass to volume. Through a carefully planned

series of experiences, student抯 measure volume, explore the idea of space between particles

whether seen or not, discover the relationship between surface area and cargo capacity

of boats, and explore the densities and volumes of different types of spherical objects and

irregular shaped objects.


5-9牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 From Head to Toe牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 AIMS牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-86

From Head to Toe includes studies of the human body, its framework, respiratory system,

and circulatory system. The activities focus on measurement and provide an

excellent vehicle to build self-awareness and establish a basis for a good physical

fitness program.








5-9牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Fun With Foods牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 AIMS牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-87


Fun With Foods contains a series of hands-on investigations utilizing and analyzing

common foods. The wonderment and curiosity that is aroused in working with and

examining foods is the beginning of many delightful discoveries, some of which

include the percent of an orange that is edible, how effective preservatives are in

retarding the growth of mold, the presence of sugar in most foods, and

mayonnaise as an emulsion.


K-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Garbage and Recycling 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Sally Morgan 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-131

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Rosie Harlow

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 This guide contains experiments that look at problems of producing too much garbage

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 and explains how recycling can make our environment a cleaner place.


K-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Glow in the Dark Constellations牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 C.E. Thompson牋牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-138

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 A Field Guide for Young Stargazers


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Inside this handy beginner抯 guide to stargazing, you will find dazzling glow-in-the-dark

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 illustrations of major constellations visible in each season of the year, step-by-step

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 directions for finding more then 30 stars and star groups, brief retellings of the legends

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 behind the names of the constellations and 8 simple glow-in-the-dark sky maps.


5-12牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Geology: Project Earth Science牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Brent A. Ford牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-25


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Use Project Earth Science: Geology to introduce your students to plate tectonics

and teach them what causes volcanoes and earthquakes. Lead explorations of these

and other larger-than-the-classroom geological phenomena with the teacher-tested,

standards-based activities. Earth抯 physical evolution and dynamic processes are

carefully explained in language accessible to students and teachers. Supplemental

readings provide educators with the background information to answer student questions

and concerns.


5-12牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Gravity Rules!牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 AIMS牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-88


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Gravity Rules! is an activity book and video package using the high-energy sport of

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 skydiving to teach students basic force and motion concepts. The one-hour video

features actual in-the-air scenes of skydivers performing basic and advanced

flight maneuvers. In the classroom students make simple paper models and explore

how the forces acting on the models allow them to duplicate the motions of real

skydivers. Students also collect, record, and analyze data taken directly from

instruments seen in the video. To complete the Gravity Rules! activities, both

the book and video are needed.


K-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 The Great Lakes in my World牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Lake Michigan Federation牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-157

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Activities Workbook牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Great Lakes Commission牋牋牋牋


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 This activity guide focuses on the human impact on the natural processes and pollution

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 issues concerning the Great Lakes.


K-12牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Great Lakes Watershed Education Resource Kit牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-170


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 This kit contains teacher resources, children literature and posters to enhance

teaching units on Great Lakes watersheds and environmental stewardship.


3-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Guide to the Best SCIENCE FAIR PROJECTS牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Janice VanCleave牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-27


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 This guide will help students develop a prize winning topic and determine

the best way to create, assemble, and present it (with special tips about

successful displays). Try our favorite experiments on topics from astronomy

and biology to chemistry, math, and engineering.


3-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Guide to MORE of the Best SCIENCE FAIR PROJECTS 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋 S-28

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Janice VanCleave

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 A second complete guide to winning science fair projects.

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 (See: Guide to the Best SCIENCE FAIR PROJECTS)


K-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 HANDS ON - Earth Science Activities 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Marvin N. Tolman牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-29


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 More than 160 inquiry activities covering air, water, Earth,

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 ecology, meteorology, and astronomy. Each activity encourages

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 students to analyze, synthesize, and infer based on their own

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 hands-on experiences. Includes integration possibilities for other

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 disciplines, step-by-step procedures, and teacher information.


K-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 HANDS ON Life Science Activities 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Marvin N. Tolman牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-30


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 More then 150 discovery experiences covering plants and seeds, animal life

cycles, adaptation, body structure, the senses, health, nutrition, and more.

Each activity encourages students to analyze and synthesize information

based on their own hands on experiences. Includes integration possibilities

for other disciplines, step-by-step procedures, and teacher information.


K-6牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Hands-On Nature 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Jenepher Lingelbach牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-117

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Lisa Purcell

Information and activities for exploring the environment with children, by

asking meaningful questions, making careful observations, testing new

ideas, and sharing thoughts and observations.


1-12牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Hands On Save Our Streams 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Izaak Walton 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 E-10

League of America牋牋

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 This guide will help you learn how to monitor and find out if a stream is

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 healthy. It begins with an explanation of watersheds and how water flows

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 through the soil, waterways and atmosphere. Instructions for monitoring

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 streams and steps to plan a science project are included.


5-6牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Hard as Ice牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Michigan Department 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-31

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 of Education

This unit is designed to help students construct a clear understanding

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 of the solid and liquid states of matter and what happens when solids melt into

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 liquids or liquids freeze into solids. It has also been designed to help students learn

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 to pose questions, search for solutions to problems, work together with others,

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 and value the need for evidence in making decisions.


K-3牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 High/Scope Curriculum Series: Science牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Frank Blackwell牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-202

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Charles Hohmann

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 This curriculum guide uses the elements of scientific method in simple

and straightforward activities for primary-level children.


K-5牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 How to匱each Measurements in牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋 Neal J. Holmes牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋 S-115牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋

Elementary School Science牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Joseph J. Snoble


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 This guide focuses on the importance of measurements in the communication

information. Hands-on activities help teachers guide students to a solid

understanding of measurements, the metric system, and standardized units.







5-10牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 How to匱each with Topographic Maps牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Dana Van Burgh牋牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-34

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Elizabeth N. Lyons

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Marcy Boyington

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 This 揌ow To guide is divided into two sections. The first section provides

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 an overview and background information on topographic maps. The second

section is a series of classroom activities to help teach topographic

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 map skills. The guide includes a topographic map produced by the

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 United States Geological Survey.


K-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 INCREDIBLE INSECTS :牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 National Wildlife牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋 E-11

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Ranger Rick抯 Nature Scope牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Federation牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋

This guide combines science activities in Incredible Insects with language

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 arts, history, creative writing, physical education, social studies, math, and

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 art activities to make this guide as useful as possible.


5-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Investigating Solids, Liquids & Gases with TOYS牋牋牋 Jerry Sarquis牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-38

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Lynn Hogue

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Mickey Sarquis

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 In this book you will find teacher-tested, motivating activities牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Linda Woodward

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 that draw students in with toys, gadgetry, fun-to-do experiments,

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 and observations of scientific phenomena in everyday events.

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Each activity contains a list of the key science topics covered

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 and process skills used, estimated time length, materials list,

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 safety and disposal procedures, step-by-step instructions, extension

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 suggestions, and reproducible handouts.


K-12牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 In Touch With Girls and Science牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 AAAS牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-36


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 This manual provides activities that are designed for use with girls in school,

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 community, and home settings, such as school science and mathematics programs,

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 scouting and church-based programs, and college science and engineering student

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 societies. They can be used with the guidance of adult leaders, teachers, parents,

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 or young-adult mentors. Special emphasis is placed on having girls come in

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 contact with female role models and mentors. The activities in this manual were 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 selected because they foster problem-solving skills through the use of data

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 collection and analysis.


K-5牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Interdisciplinary Science Modules牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Northwoods Math牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-159

Science Center

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Scientific investigation is the focal point for these materials.

The format for each module consists of 4-5 learning stations which set

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 the stage for hands-on, minds-on, cooperative learning to take place.

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Activities include; Animal Crackers, Body in Motion, Should We Care About

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Cormorants, Water Pollution & Solutions, Water the Reusable Resource and

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 You Are What You Eat.


3-5牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Jaw Breakers & Heart Thumpers牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 AIMS牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-90


Jaw Breakers & Heart Thumpers combines the study of nutrition and the

human body. Activities help students answer such questions as: Why do you need

breakfast? How does the amount of fat in foods compare? How does exercise

affect your heartbeat? How do our fingerprints compare?









2-12牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Keeping a Nature Journal 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Clare Walker Leslie 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-120

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Charles Roth 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Learn to observe and connect with the world around you through drawings and

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 descriptive writing.


K-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Lake Effects Lake Superior Curriculum Guide牋牋牋牋 Great Lakes Aquarium牋牋牋牋牋牋 E-12


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 There are four sections of lessons in the Lake Superior Curriculum Guide

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 The Physical Lake Superior: lessons that focus mostly on the physical

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 evolution and dynamics of Lake Superior. The Living Lake Superior:

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 activities that teach about the plants and animals for the basin, from arctic

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 disjuncts to zooplankton. The Cultural Lake Superior: lessons about

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 human dimension, including history, human geography and environmental

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 issues. Synthesis: lessons and activities that just couldn抰 be

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 categorized: truly interdisciplinary programs that go beyond the classroom walls.


K-5牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Lake Erie: A Day in the Life of a Fish牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Ohio Sea Grant牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 E-13


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Have you ever really taken time to look at a goldfish carefully? This book is the chance

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 to do so. It will show students what to look for and what questions to ask when

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 watching a fish. Are the gills moving? Where are the fish swimming? What is the temperature

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 of the water? This guide will take you through the entire life of a fish.


K-12牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Let抯 Reduce and Recycle:牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 EPA牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋 S-119牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋

Curriculum for Solid Waste Awareness 牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋


Designed to increase solid waste awareness and promote recycling participation

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 by children.


5-7牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 The Lives of Plants牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Michigan Department牋牋牋 牋牋牋 S-39

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 of Education

This unit is designed to help grade students construct a clear understanding

of the way plants perform the unique and critical energy transformation of photosynthesis.

It has been designed to help students learn to pose questions, search for solutions to problems,

work together with others, and value the need for evidence in making decisions.


1-3牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Living In Space牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋 NASA牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Sheila Briskin Andrews牋牋牋 S-40

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Audrey Kirschenbaum牋牋牋牋牋牋

In June 1984 President Reagan announced a new NASA education program,

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 揙peration Liftoff: 揊or more then 25 years NASA has pioneered on the cutting

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 edge of science and technology and has stimulated our young people to strive

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 for excellence in all they do. This program is designed to encourage pupils in

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 the nation抯 elementary schools to take a greater interest in mathematics and science.


5-9牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Machine Shop牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 AIMS牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-92


Machine Shop allows students to join the characters "Fantastic Force" and

"Mucky Mass" in their adventures as they discover the utility of simple machines.

Hands-on activities help students develop an understanding of the physics involved.

Students are challenged to apply their understanding to weigh each other using a

seesaw, to have tug-of-wars with pulleys, to determine how bicycle gears work,

and to construct catapults and racing machines. The pervasive concepts of

conservation of energy, forces, and power are developed through each of these

intriguing activities.


3-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Magnetism 33牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 TOPS Learning Systems牋牋牋牋 S-198


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Magnetism is filled with wonderful inventions that run on simple materials.

This unit uses small, rectangular, ceramic magnets about as wide as postage stamps.


K-12牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Mammal Tracks Life Size Tracking Guide牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Heartwood Press牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-213


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 This life size tracking key will help you determine which species made the footprints

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 you are observing. It is in a three-part key卪ovement pattern, group, or species.

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 This is a great tool when checking out the Wolf Box for Making Tracks Kit from our

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 equipment list.


5-12牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Meteorology: Project Earth Science牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 P. Sean Smith牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋牋 S-42牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Brent A. Ford

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Integrated activities cover the origin and composition of the atmosphere,

as well as the variables that influence weather and affect the movement

of air masses. From studying the hydrologic cycle to reading weather maps

and tracking hurricanes, your students will become skilled weather watchers.


K-12牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Michigan WISE Project牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 DNR牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 E-14


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 The Great Lake WISE (Waste Information Series for Education) Project is a 牋牋牋

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 K-12 science-based curriculum created by the Michigan Departments of

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Natural Resources and Education to allow teachers to integrate solid waste

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 and related environmental issues into existing curricula. By encouraging students

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 to think critically about our trash dilemma and propose solutions, students learn

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 the importance of individual action and develop lifelong habits of caring for the environment.


5-12牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Microgravity牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 NASA牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-44


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 This curriculum guide defines explains and shows how microgravity can help us

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 learn about the phenomena of our world. The front section of the guide is designed

to provide teachers of science, mathematics, and technology at many levels with a

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 foundation in microgravity science and applications.


4-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Microscopic Explorations 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 LHS GEMS牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-45


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 This guide features 10 learning stations designed to enliven student curiosity

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 in a number of scientific fields. Using hand lenses and microscopes, students

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 observe, record, and investigate water droplets, fingerprint ridges, dollar bills,

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 insects, and much more.

K-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Mining for Music牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 National Energy 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-74


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 This guide is a multi-disciplinary unit of instruction which can be successfully integrated

into curricula in history, earth science, general science, math, social studies, geography,

language arts, art, photography, and technology.


K-12牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Monarch Butterfly牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Royal Mail牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-46


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 This manual contains ideas that you can further develop with your creativity and

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 experience. It is our hope that by carrying out the activities in this manual, the

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Monarch Butterfly can be protected during its journey through the cities that

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 participate in the project. The activities were designed to be used during migration

in the months of September, October and November.


2-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Mostly Magnets牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 AIMS牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-101牋牋牋牋牋

Mostly Magnets provides students with fascinating and enjoyable activities that

help them learn about the varied behavior of magnets and related science concepts.


5-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 NASA抯 Student Glovebox牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 NASA牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-165


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 This unit is designed to help you build and understand what a Glovebox is and what the

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 astronauts use it for in space. A poster of the Glovebox parts accompanies this unit.


K-5牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Nurturing Inquiry Real Science for the Elementary Charles R. Pearce牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-48


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Inquiring minds want to know plenty of hands-on ways to transform

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 younger students from passive listeners into an active,

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 engaged community of budding scientists.


K-4牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Our Mission to Planet Earth牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 NASA牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-49

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 A Guide to Teaching Earth System Science


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 With NASA抯 development of Our Mission to Planet Earth: A Guide to Teaching

Earth System Science, the children in your classrooms today could become

the scientists of tomorrow who will analyze the data streaming back to Earth via

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 satellite communications. Children will become familiar with the concept of cycles,

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 defined as a process that repeats itself in the same order, and to learn that some

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 human activities can cause changes in their environment.


5-9牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Our Wonderful World牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 AIMS牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 E-29


Our Wonderful World is an environmental studies book which explores how we relate to our

surroundings. Most of the activities are appropriately implemented out-of-doors and include

these topic areas: air, water, transpiration, soil, plants, animals, and insects. Students build

a water still to extract water from the air through condensation in one activity and study the

reaction of insects to temperature changes in another.


4-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Out of This World牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 AIMS牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-102


Out of This World deals with the solar system and astronomy. It concentrates on

studies involving the planets and moon by using simulations, fact sheets, and



3-6牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Overhead & Underfoot牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 AIMS牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋 S-103


Overhead & Underfoot is filled with investigations that focus on weather and

our natural environment. Students take a closer look at relative humidity by

building a simple hygrometer, air pressure by building a barometer, and

wind speed and direction by building an anemometer and a wind vane.

Students will also examine soil composition, pollution, insect travel, and

peanut butter and jelly geology.


4-9牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Pendulums 34牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 TOPS Learning Systems牋牋牋牋 S-200


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Task cards in this book run on little more than thread, paper clips, pennies

and masking tape. Now you can teach science on less than a shoestring and

your students will love it


5-12牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Oceanography: Project Earth Science 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 P. Sean Smith牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-53

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Brent A. Ford

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Immerse your students in Earth抯 most abundant resource-water. Embark on a

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 voyage of discovery as you steer your students through activities designed to

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 teach them about currents, waves, and tides. From an understanding of the properties

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 that make water unique, your students will get a global view of the marine environment,

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 including the impact of human activities on the oceans.


5-6牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Phases of the Moon牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 MSU牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-52


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 The goal of this unit is to get students to explain where the moon is in its

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 orbit when we see it as a crescent, and when it is full, and why the moon shows

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 these phases at different places in orbit.




2-6牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 The Pillbug Project: A Guide to Investigation牋牋牋牋牋牋 Robin Burnett牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-54


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Help children see for themselves what science is all about with the perfect

classroom critter, the docile pillbug. Organized around 10 days of activities,

this innovative book helps students explore organisms life cycles and

environments, understand scientific inquiry, and have fun. You抣l like the

practical lesson plans, assessments, and reproducibles; kids will love the whimsical

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 illustrations and the adventures of Patricia Pillbug.


5-12牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Planetary Geology牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 NASA牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-163牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 This guide provides activities on geologic processes, impact craters, planetary

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 atmosphere, planetary surfaces and geologic mapping.


Pre K-1牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Playtime is Science牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Educational Equity牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-191

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Concepts, Inc.

This equity-based parent/child science program was created to give all children

regardless of gender, race, national origin, disability or level of family income access

to inquiry-based science from the beginning of their education. The program stresses

process and builds on children抯 natural curiosity about the physical world.


3-5牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Popping with Power牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 AIMS牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-104


Popping with Power contains activities that deal with energy sources and conservation.

Students become machinists, engineers, and electricians as they investigate questions

such as: How do machines make life easier? How long can you keep an ice cube from

melting? How can you throw a very heavy ball over a tall wall? Student抯 natural curiosity

and enthusiasm about energy encourages them to get involved in these problem solving

math/science activities.


K-3牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Primarily Earth牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 AIMS牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-105


Primarily Earth explores Earth, air, and water. This introduction to earth science offers a

series of hands-on activities which encourage primary students to use their senses to

observe the world around them. The book includes a look at the features of the Earth,

rocks, soil, water, clouds, wind, and air.


K-3牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Primarily Physics牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 AIMS牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-106


Primarily Physics consists of 32 activities investigating sound, light, and heat energy.

Each of the three sections begin with fact sheets that provide essential background



K-3牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Primarily Plants牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 AIMS牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-107


Primarily Plants contains 22 investigations that cover such concepts as: most plants

grow in soil; all plants need water, effects of temperature; green plants need light;

flowers produce seeds that grow into new plants; ferns and mosses are simple green plants;

and many kinds of plants have roots, stems, leaves, and flowers. The book also has four

science information sections: Plant Growth; Seeds, Spores, and More; Plants Needs; and Plant Parts.


K-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Project Learning Tree牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 American Forest牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 E-15

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Foundation牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋

Through hands-on, interdisciplinary activities, PLT provides students

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 with opportunities to investigate environmental issues and encourages them

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 to make informed, responsible decisions.






K-12牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Project Wet牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Project Wet牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 E-17


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 The goal of Project WET is to facilitate and promote awareness, appreciation,

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 knowledge, and stewardship of water resources through the development and

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 dissemination of classroom-ready teaching units.


K-12牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Project WILD 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Western Regional牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-122

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Environmental Education

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Interdisciplinary activities on wildlife appreciation, diversity, ecology,Council牋牋牋牋牋

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 and conservation.牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋


K-12牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Project WILD-Aquatic 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Western Regional 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-123

Environmental Education

Interdisciplinary curriculum/activity guide that teaches牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Council牋牋牋牋牋

about wildlife and water.


4-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Ray抯 Reflections牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 AIMS牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋 S-108


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Ray抯 Reflections takes the students on an exciting integrated math/science

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 journey as they explore the reflection of light from plane mirrors in 揟he Pharaoh抯

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Charmers, through U-shaped and S-shaped tunnels, and play 損ool with light

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 rays, among other things. Discover how the science vocabulary used to describe

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 the behavior of light and its reflection 搈irrors is the same as the mathematical vocabulary

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 used to describe geometric points and lines.


4-12牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Rockets牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 NASA牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋 S-57


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 This guide begins with background information on history of rocketry, scientific

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 principles, and practical rocketry. The sections on scientific principles and practical

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 rocketry focus on Sir Isaac Newton抯 Three Laws of Motion. These laws explain

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 why rockets work and how to make them more efficient. Following the background

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 sections are a series of activities that demonstrate the basic science of rocketry

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 while offering challenging tasks in design.


3-4牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Running on Plants牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Michigan Department 牋牋 牋牋 S-58

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 of Education

This unit is designed to help students construct a clear understanding

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 of the world of plants and its relationship to peoples food supply. It has also been

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 designed to help students learn to pose questions, search for solutions to problems,

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 work together with others, and begin to value the need for evidence in making decisions.


2-4牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Scholastic Science Art 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Deborah Schecter牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-59


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Observe, classify, predict and investigate! Elementary students learn basic science

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 concepts and process skills through these fun and creative art projects. Design

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 leaf-print book covers and mix colors to make rainbow light-catchers; teach your

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 students about energy with wind-up whirligigs; and lead them in imaginative projects

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 about animal adaptations, magnetism, chemistry, and much more. Incorporating the

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 National Science Education Standards, this resource includes easy-to-follow directions,

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 background information, literature links, and reproducible science journal pages.


3-6   牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Schoolyard Ecology 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 LHS GEMS牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 E-18


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Turn your elementary students into ecologists: help them learn key ecological

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 and biological concepts as they investigate the immediate environment. This

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 guide discusses biological sampling and mapping, while also developing

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 mathematical capabilities. Students complete journals to promote a

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 language arts connection.



4-6牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Science & Stories牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Hilarie N. Staton牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-185

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Integrating Science and Literature牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Tara McCarathy


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Bring science to life through popular literature. Grade-level appropriate

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 science correlate with easily available books and pay careful attention

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 to reading strategies, oral language skills and writing skills.


K-3牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Science & Stories牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Hilarie N. Staton牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-186

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Integrating Science and Literature牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Tara McCarathy


Bring science to life through popular literature. Grade-level appropriate

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 science correlate with easily available books and pay careful attention

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 to reading strategies, oral language skills and writing skills.


K-3牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Science Book of Water 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Neil Ardley 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-128


Contains variety of water experiments to explore the properties of water.


K-12牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Science Demonstration Projects in Drinking Water牋牋 EPA牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋 S-60


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 This pamphlet includes a brief selection of science demonstration projects related

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 to drinking water for K-12 students. The general areas covered by the demonstration

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 projects include the chemical/physical aspects of water, contamination and treatment

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 of drinking water, distribution and supply of drinking water, and water conservation.


4-9牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Science Equals Success牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋U.S. Department of 牋牋牋牋牋 S-61

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Education

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 This book is a hands-on, discovery science activity that center around

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 four EQUALS processes-problem solving, cooperative learning, spatial skills

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 and career awareness. Activities are designed to increase students interest

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 and motivation in math, improve confidence and competence in doing math.


K-12牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Science Experiments by the Hundreds牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Julie H. Cothron牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋 S-62

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Ronald N. Giese

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Richard J. Rezba

This two-book set teaches students experimental design, ways to explore project

ideas, how to write safe procedures, methods of analyzing data, and how to write an

experimental report. There is a student book and a teacher抯 guide.


4-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Science Experiments with Sound & Music牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Shar Levine牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-183

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Leslie Johnstone

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 These cool science projects will give you good vibrations! They抮e

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 all about sound where it comes from, and how it works and affects

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 us. You抣l find out some very interesting and unusual things. Open up

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 your mind (and your ears) to solve some of the weird and wonderful

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 mysteries of sound!


EL牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 SCIENCE: Through Children抯 Literature牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Carol M. Botzow牋牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-65

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 John W. Butzow

From Mike Mulligan to the crew on the Magic School Bus, children抯

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 books are full of lively characters who can bring science to life.

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Revised and updated, this popular resource shows how to use 33 works

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 of fiction to teach life, Earth and space, and physical science. This book抯

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 first section, which covers methods of teaching science and children抯

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 development stages. Each instructional unit includes a summary of the

featured book, related science concepts, vocabulary, activities and a bibliography.





K-3牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 More Science Through Children抯 Literature牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Carol M. Botzow牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-203

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 John W. Butzow牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋

The authors have created more fascinating thematic units of instruction to

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 help make science understandable and enjoyable to young learners. This exciting

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 approach allows you to build on the appeal of stories, connecting them to real-life 牋牋牋牋牋

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 experiences to build skills and understanding in students.


K-1牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Sense-able Science牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 AIMS牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-109


Sense-able Science is a collection of student-centered activities in which primary

students explore and discover each of their five senses. While learning important

basic math concepts, students will recognize the functions and uses of their five senses,

and learn to protect and appreciate the value of these senses. Meaningful background

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 information for teachers is provided along with suggestions for student-made books,

models, and literature correlations.


4-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Show Me How To匴rite An Experimental 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Judy Fisher Shubkagel牋牋 牋牋牋 S-66

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Science Fair Paper牋牋


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Fill-in-the-blank pages to guide students through every detail of their own projects-

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 including selecting a topic, writing the abstract, reporting results, presenting data,

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 writing a bibliography, and creating a display


5-9牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 The Sky's the Limit牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 AIMS牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-110


The Sky抯 the Limit invites students to explore every aspect of the science of

aerodynamics through simple and inexpensive materials. 揊lying is magic for

children of all ages! This book attempts to clarify some of the reasons why the

magic works while preserving its sense of mystery. Students enjoy constructing

kites, paper airplanes, balloon rockets, super tubes, and much more.


4-9牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Soap Films & Bubbles牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 AIMS牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-111


Soap Films & Bubbles provides extensive explorations into the behavior of soap films.

Valuable insights will be acquired through activities that are sure to intrigue students.


5-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Solar System Puzzle Kit牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 NASA牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-168


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 An activity kit that provides a 3-D picture of the solar system.


5-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Space Based Astronomy牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 NASA牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-67


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 This curriculum guide uses hands-on activities to help students and teachers

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 understand the physical science concepts that make space based astronomy possible.

(Astronomical observations made from outer space).


K-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Space Food and Nutrition牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 NASA牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-169


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 This unit explores the meals that were available from the Mercury Project to the

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 International Space Station and how it has changed and developed to meet the needs

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 of the astronauts.


5-12牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Spills and Ripples牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 AIMS牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-112


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Spills and Ripples is an innovative, exciting, and wet set of investigations

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 designed to arouse curiosity about fluid dynamics. Students improve their

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 understanding of density, pressure, and surface tension by learning to control

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 boundaries between fluids, to manipulate Cartesian divers and to construct

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 low cost instruments, like a hydrometer and manometer.


K-12牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 The Stars 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 H.A. Rey牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-129


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 This guide provides information about constellations and their position

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 in the celestial sphere throughout the year.


3-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Stop Faking It Energy牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 William C. Robertson, Ph. D.S-192


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 If you fear the study of energy is beyond you, this entertaining book will do more

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 then introduce you to the topic. It will help you actually understand it. There are

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 explanations of energy basics - work, kinetic energy, potential energy, and the transformation

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 of energy and energy as it relates to simple machines, heat energy, temperature and heat

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 transfer.


3-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Stop Faking It Force and Motion牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 William C. Robertson, Ph. D.S-193


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Intimidated by inertia? Frightened by forces? Mystified by Newton抯 laws of motion?

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 You抮e not alone, and help is at hand. This is a jargon-free way to learn the background

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 for teaching middle school physical science with confidence.


5-12牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Suited for Spacewalking牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 NASA牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-164


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 This unit discusses the space environment, the history of spacewalking and NASA抯

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 current spacesuit. It also challenges students to design and build a spacesuit

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 prototype and to understand important topics in spacesuit design.


5-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Taking Charge An Introduction to Electricity牋牋牋牋牋 Larry E. Schafer牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-195


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 This guide is designed to help teachers bring the intimidating subject of

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 electricity to students in the middle grades. Students explore static electricity

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 in the first module before seeing that static electricity can move as current

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 electricity, investigated in the second module.


K-12牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Targeting Students Science Misconceptions牋牋牋牋牋牋 Joseph Stepans, Ph. D.牋牋牋牋牋 S-197


This book provides activities to correct student misconception of physical science concepts.牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋


K-9牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Teaching Chemistry with TOYS牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Jerry Sarquis牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-71

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Micky Sarquis

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 John Williams

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Innovative activities use everyday toys to demonstrate the principles of

chemistry in ways children easily understand. Each activity contains a

list of the key science topics covered and process skills used, estimated

time length, materials list, safety and disposal procedures, step-by-step

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 instructions, extension suggestions, and reproducible handouts.


1-4牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Teaching Physical Science through牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Susan E. Gertz牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-184

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Children抯 Literature牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Dwight J. Portman

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Mickey Sarquis

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 This book offers 20 complete lessons for teaching hands-on, discovery oriented

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 physical science in the elementary classroom using children抯 fiction and nonfiction books

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 as an integral part of that instruction. These lessons are intended to complement

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 and enrich your own curriculum.








K-9牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Teaching Physics with TOYS牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Beverley Taylor牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-72

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 James Poth

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Dwight Portman

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 In this book you will find teacher-tested, motivating activities

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 that draw students in with toys, gadgetry, fun-to-do experiments,

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 and observations of scientific phenomena in everyday events.

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Each activity contains a list of the key science topics covered

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 and process skills used, estimated time length, materials list,

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 safety and disposal procedures, step-by-step instructions, extension

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 suggestions, and reproducible handouts.


5-12牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Teaching Soil and Water Conservation 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 The USDA Soil 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-135

Conservation Service牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Provides hands-on soil science and soil water activities covering topics such

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 as: organic matter, soil water holding capacity, erosion, fertilizers, bird and insects

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 forest soils.


K-12牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 A Thousand Friends of Frogs 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 The Center for Global 牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-130

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Environmental Education牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 This activity guide encourages an understanding of frogs, their habitat,

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 and their roles as bio-indicators.


K-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Trees Are Terrific! : 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 National Energy 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 E-19

Ranger Rick抯 Nature Scope牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Foundation


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 In this book we抳e got a lot of tree teaching ideas for you ideas that you can

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 use throughout the year. We抳e also provided some ways you and your group can

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 搒how your gratitude to trees, such as by planting trees.


K-12牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 The Universe at Your Fingertips牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Project Astro牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-76

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Astronomy Activities & Resources


The Universe at Your Fingertips is a key product of Project ASTRO containing

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 exemplary classroom activities selected by a team of teachers and astronomers,

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 comprehensive resource lists and bibliographies, brief background material

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 on astronomical topical, and teaching ideas from experienced astronomy educators.


K-12牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 More Universe at Your Fingertips牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Project Astro牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋 S-77

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Astronomy Activities & Resources牋牋牋


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 More Universe at Your Fingertips is the second compilation of astronomy activities

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 and teaching resources from Project ASTRO at the Astronomical Society of the Pacific.

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 This book is designed to stand on its own apart from The Universe at Your Fingertips.

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 and does not require access to the other book for effective use.


K-5牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Using Art To Teach Science牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 NASA牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋 S-79


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 The creative skills involved in the process of artistic expression translate very

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 well into the problem-solving world of technology. Even in the elementary level

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 it can help build confidence, as well as develop abstract thinking skills.


4-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 ViewFinders牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 The Dunn Foundation牋牋牋牋牋牋 E-27


牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋 ViewFinders is a universally applicable curriculum emphasizing the connections

between the environment, community and aesthetics. ViewFinders was developed

to raise awareness of the importance of the visual environment and how

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 it affects our communities and quality of life.



K-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Walk Around the Block牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Ginny Graves, Hon. AIA牋牋牋 S-142

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Center for Understanding the Built Environment


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 A guide that increases understanding of the architectural design, city planning

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 and human processes which influence how our cities work.


3-8牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Water Matters:牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 NSTA Press牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Vol. 1Wetlands, Water Use and Wastewater Treatment 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 E-20

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Vol. 2Navigation, Groundwater and Water Quality 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 E-21

Vol. 3Oceans, Watersheds, and Hazardous Waste 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 E-22


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Each Water Matters volume comes with six posters (three with text geared for

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 elementary students and three for middle level) that can be displayed separately

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 or linked together into a huge, nine-poster mural! The teacher抯 guides have

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 activities that directly tie into the poster scenes, depicting wetlands, water use,

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 wastewater treatment, navigation, groundwater, water quality, oceans, watersheds,

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 and hazardous waste.


2-6牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Water Precious Water牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 AIMS牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-113


Water Precious Water contains investigations that relate to water awareness, water cycle,

evaporation, conservation, treatment, quality, absorption and erosion, distribution and

water properties


K-2牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 Winter Wonders 牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 AIMS牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋 牋牋牋 S-114


Winter Wonders is a collection of activities that focuses on process skills.

Students will hone their observational skills in order to better sort and classify,

gather and record data, analyze data, and draw conclusions. Included are activities

that are especially appropriate for use during the winter season.


4-6牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 A World in Motion牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 SAE International牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 S-160


牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 This guide is a fully integrated print and video program that emphasizes

hands-on discovery of science principles through engineering activities.


K-12牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 WOW!:The Wonders of Wetlands牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 牋牋牋牋 Environmental Concern Inc.牋牋牋 E-26


Classroom teachers that will find useful background material and stimulation activities

to fit their programs. The first part of WOW! is filled with background material for teachers preparing

牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋牋 wetland study units. The rest of the guide is brimming with proven wetland activities.














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