A model of a toxic spill in a river. Students will see a color change in each of the cups as the toxic spill flows down the "river." This is a good opportunity to discuss how toxic spills can kill animals in a river community.
Help your students understand how protons are the positively charged particles and electrons are the negativley charged particles by charging their own iPod with an onion. Um you can charge your iPod with an onion?
Pinner says. " My kids love this game. I have gotten emails from former students asking if I still play this. One of my kiddos walked in first period today and said, Oh, were playing Grudgeball today? I have two ora
Give your high school students a Halloween treat with a fun, engaging and scientific twist using this Science of Zombies resource pack. It is sure to fascinate, gross out and educate. It makes for a great emergency sub plan for any time of the year as w
During communicative activities, punch holes in the papers of students that are off task or not in the target language. Easy to keep track of participation when you collect the papers! Or spin it so a hole punch is positive.
EDITABLE Science Bell Ringer prompts for the ENTIRE school year. Save yourself tons of time! This amazing resource will have your middle school or high school science students writing, thinking critically and creatively, producing and analyzing graphs an