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Spring Forward! - Lessons on Daylight Saving Time.    The following videos offer concise explanations of Daylight Saving Time.

Spring Forward! - Lessons on Daylight Saving Time. The following videos offer concise explanations of Daylight Saving Time.

Dissolving pumpkin candy experiment. Add some fall festiveness to your science class!

Dissolving Candy Pumpkins

Looking for the perfect halloween science experiment? This dissolving candy pumpkin experiment takes 2 minutes to set up and is super simple. Kids will love it!

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It's time to brush those teeth and make them nice and clean! Not sure how to brush your teeth? Well, get out your toothbrush and your dancing shoes .

Teach Junkie: 19 Fun Ideas and Resources to Teach Force and Motion

19 Fun Ideas & Resources for Force and Motion

Free Technology for Teachers: Twenty Educational Games About Marine Life

"NOAA's Games Planet Arcade offers twenty-six educational games for young students. The games are intended to help students learn about oceans, wildlife, and weather. Twenty of the games address topics related to marine life.

Interactive Lung Science Experiment plus Tobacco Prevention lessons and resources for teachers - middle school - with printable magazine, poster, and more!

Lung Science Experiment and Tobacco Prevention Resources

Would be great for Red Ribbon Week. Interactive Lung Science Experiment plus Tobacco Prevention lessons and resources for teachers - middle school - with printable magazine, poster, and more!

A SciShow Kids viewer wrote us and asked: How does soap work? Find out what really happens when you take a bath!

A SciShow Kids viewer wrote us and asked: How does soap work? ---------- Like SciShow? Want to help suppor.

10 Awesome Force And Motion Activities And Extra Resources - The Discovery Apple

Newton's First Law of Motion. Sir Issac Newton was one of the greatest influential scientists of all time. He formulated the 3 laws of motion. First law of m.

STEM / Science for Kids: Exploring Rainbow Reflections with a CD and Paper Snowflakes- fun way to explore light! ~ BuggyandBuddy.com

Rainbow Science: Creating Light Patterns with a CD

Frugal in First: Scientific Method

FGreat chart to use to tackle the SCIENTIFIC METHOD with primary students. This anchor chart explains the steps scientists use. It incorporates WHOLE BRAIN teaching when explaining these steps to students. Unfamiliar words like HYPOTHESIS can be very tri

Jessi and Squeaks just learned about terrariums, and now they want to make one for themselves! Join them to learn all about these tiny gardens in a bottle an...

How to Make a Terrarium. Build a Tiny Plant World! is the title of a new SciShow Kids video. The video explains how plants stay alive inside of terrariums and what you need to create your own plant terrarium.

If children are “engineering” their very own original designs, then they are doing the “E” in STEM. It’s the application of their prior knowledge in science, mathematics, and utilization of technology that they apply in order to create! All children are natural “STEMists!” #STEM #science #EngineeringDesignProcess

If children are “engineering” their very own original designs, then they are doing the “E” in STEM. It’s the application of their prior knowledge in science, mathematics, and utilization of technol…

When high school chemistry teacher Scott Byrum noticed that the acoustic tiles in his newly-renovated lab were square, he saw a golden opportunity. Or, if you l

Ceiling Periodic Table

Periodic Table on the Ceiling * Teacher Scott Byrum's high school chemistry class at North Sand Mountain School in Higdon, AL I don't have ceiling tiles, but I want to do this.

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