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    • Surf City Mom

      3M Science of Everyday Life - Discovery Education Aligned to national standards, these exciting inquiry-based lessons address key areas of life science, physical science, earth science, and technology/innovation using common materials you can find in your classroom. Help students make real world connections to science and ignite the spark that may eventually lead students to a scientific career!

    • Lori Andersen

      Elementary Science Lesson Plans that use 5E model. Based on NSES.

    • Hannah Proctor

      Several science experiments on the science of everyday life.

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