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Unlock the wonder and fun of science by exploring the printables, lessons, graphic organizers, and quizzes below. Whether you're teaching a unit on geology, space, chemistry, or physics, you'll find the science materials you need for elementary, intermediate, and high school students. You can easily incorporate math, history, or art activities into your science curriculum with these resources. Use Earth Day activities in April to teach your students about nature and respecting the environment.

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As Soon As It's Fall Poetry Pack

In these activities based on the poem, As Soon As It's Fall, by Aileen Fish... read more


Star Chart: Autumn Sky

The major constellations are shown so your children and you can get outside... read more

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Lighter Than Air Teaching Guide

Use this teaching guide to integrate the picture-book biography of "aeronau... read more


What is a Food Chain?

Watch this video to learn about food chains. A food chain shows how energy ... read more


How Water Changes State

This video demonstrates how water changes physical state from a solid to a ... read more


Vibrations and Sound

Introduce young kids to the physics of sound. Watch this video to learn how... read more


How Different Plants Grow

Plants grow in different climates. Use this video to compare the growth of ... read more


Popcorn Predictions

Which cup of kernels will produce the most popcorn? Encourage students to m... read more


The Water Cycle

Water covers more than 3/4 of Earth's surface. Watch this animation to lear... read more


Phases of the Moon

Why does the shape of the moon appear to change? This science animation exp... read more


What Living Things Need

Watch this video to learn what all living things need: space, air, food, an... read more


How Plants Grow From Seeds

Many plants grow from seeds. Watch this video to learn about the life cycle... read more


How Plants and Animals Get Energy

A food chain shows how energy passes from one living thing to another. Watc... read more


Newton First Law of Motion

This animation demonstrates Newton's first law of motion, also known as the... read more


Which Bird Beak Can Crush Seeds?

Let's examine bird beak anatomy. Which bird beak can crush seeds – a Heron'... read more


Do Seeds Need Water to Grow?

Watch and learn how scientists use the scientific method to find answers. D... read more


The Life Cycle of a Butterfly

Learn about the life cycle of insects. This video explains how caterpillars... read more


Force and Friction: How an Object Moves

Explore force, friction, and the movement of objects. This video demonstrat... read more

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