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Observation sheet for students to record what they observe as their clover plant begins to grow! Click here to read the blog post associated with this item.

What better way to learn about how solids interact with liquids than through science! Especially when it involves making hot chocolate! In this lesson, students learn about chemists and what…

This is an online course taught through Google classroom. Once you sign up, you will have six months to complete all activities and assignments in order to earn your continuing…

This activity is perfect when you want to have your students practice measuring objects with either non-standard units of measure (inch worms) or standard units of measurement (paper ruler is…

Have you ever wondered what makes popcorn pop? In this lesson students will explore the science behind popping popcorn. This lesson plan is full of graphic organizers, connection to text,…

What better way to get kids excited about Egypt than with a really cool science activity and experiment! In this lesson, students observe an apple in salt for a week…

I love having students conduct research and genetics offers them a perfect chance to begin the process. This is an introductory lesson that is perfect for upper elementary and middle…

This book introduces students to how a scientist classifies objects as to whether or not they are living or nonliving.  This book is part of the E Books Bundle.

Are you tired of doing the same old pumpkin activity year after year? Looking for something to jazz up October? This is the lesson for you! Students work with you…