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    resources to build a unit study around the movie "Chimpanzee"

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    FREE: CHIMPANZEE Family Activity Pack...would make a good unit study

    Sound Wave experiment

    Home of the Virtual Body....neat site!

    great resource for science activities with kids

    Space unit with many cool activities and links.

    Heart diagram - perfect with the study of the heart in the Valentine's Day DNG unit study/lapbook! #homeschool

    Exploring the Human Body - lots of resources - Red Oak Lane

    List of 15 FREE Online Science Resources

    Science Interactive Notebooks- a tutorial on using a Manila envelope to hold a mini unit of info. I am thinking about using one of these for a chunk of info on rates of reaction

    Human Body: The Skin ... lots of resources and ideas in this post!

    Loads of human body resources

    Great idea for learning about space: Free Online Resource - Cosmic Quest from The Children's Museum of Indianapolis

    Paper Plate Life Cycles, Frog, Pumpkin, Apple, Sunflower, Plant, Ant, Butterfly, Watermelon Salmon and Sea Turtle A total of 10 life cycle activities to supplement your science program.$ www.teacherspayte...

    More Land or More Water? We did this yesterdaday as an introduction to our science unit on Water. The kids loved passing the ball around and seeing where they landed. I followed this activity up with the paper plates percentages (another pin). And we also made an anchor chart about the different ways we use water

    Plant Science: Grow sprouts quickly in an Edible Mini Garden

    10 Ways to Support an Interest in Engineering

    A fun and simple sink or float experiment with lemons. So easy to do - nothing more than a lemon and a glass of water and you have everything you need!

    9 YouTube Channels for hands-on Science Experiments for Kids, all are simple experiments you can do at home in your kitchen.

    Science for Kids: Water bottle fountain. Instil a sense of awe and wonder in your students with this simple yet impressive science experiment.