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Three Science Words We Should Stop Using

"Science is really about making models and about playing. Yes, playing. Playing isn't just for kids, adults just get better toys... There is no point except to play. That is still a great science experiment." Wired Science: Three Science Words...

Three Science Words We Should Stop Using

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STEM Resources- awesome links for each stem discipline as well as museums for virtual fields from around the world! #STEM

eGFI – For Teachers » Web’s Best STEM Ed. Sites

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This NEEDS to be a bulletin board in my classroom next year!!!

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What is a Hypothesis, Theory and Law - video - YouTube

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This is a one page foldable for students to put into their science journals covering the topic of DENSITY. This is good for introducing mass or as a review.

Science Journal: Quick Density Guide and Practice

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virtual surgeries and dissections - my kids LOVED these

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Free Digital Measurement Practice with Triple Beam Balances!

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This FREE reference was designed to help students learn the steps to measuring displaced volume. They can be used a variety of ways and I have carefully crafted them to be very step-by-step and detailed. Enjoy!

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FREE print-and-teach materials to use with ANY TED Talk. Works for EVERY subject area!

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Watch A Neurosurgeon Perform A Subdural Hematoma Operation | IFLScience

Acute Subdural Hematoma

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8 Science YouTube Channels for Kids

8 Science youtube channels for kids. Learn at home or school.

8 Science YouTube Channels for Kids

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Elf Mason Jar Christmas Gifts on

Christmas Mason Jar Ideas (with free printable tags)

Elf Mason Jar Christmas Gifts on the Polka Dot Chair

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How About a Tug of War? Making Thinking Visible

Making students engage in a thinking tug of war: How About a Tug of War? Making Thinking Visible - an excellent resource for promoting engagement and higher order thinking skills!

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Fun classroom timers- these are so cool!

Classroom Timers - Fun Timers

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Winding It Down While Ratcheting It Up

Write Like a Scientist anchor chart

Winding It Down While Ratcheting It Up

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GOT IT? JOT IT!: A "Not So Boring" Note Taking and Research Organizer

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Science for Kids: Balancing Robot (FREE Printable)

Science for Kids: Make a Balancing Robot! (FREE Printable)~ Buggy and Buddy

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Free and Editable Science Vocabulary Wall

Science Vocabulary Art Wall {Free and Editable}

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STEM Challenge...Can you build a free-standing tower from all of the noodle pieces?

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Great organizer when you want students to come up with questions or ponderings about a story or particular subject--could use for group discussion too! (Free Download)

Pixar Week: La Luna

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Standing on the Shoulders of Giants

We share our work, we stand on shoulders, and we connect together. Our connections make us better educational leaders and that translates into better instructional delivery by educators that ultimately benefits the students of our communities.

Standing on the Shoulders of Giants

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Plate Tectonics and How mountains are made S3.D.1.3.3: Distinguish between slow and rapid changes to Earth’s surface (i.e., rapid [earthquakes, volcanic activity]; slow [weathering, erosion]).

How are Mountains Made? - We Made That

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Scientists seem to be infatuated with objects that float and sink. Even non-scientists find great joy in dropping stuff in water to see if it floats or sinks. Fans of David Letterman are quick to point out one of Dave's favorite segments called, "Will It Float?" Here's the latest float or sink challenge: Why do lemons float in water but limes si...

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Take a journey through the human eye and how it works with this fantastic video

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