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Exploration/Tinkering Exploratory play is about asking questions: “What happens when I do this?” “What if I did it this way?” Experimenting with materials and pushing their limits encourages us to consider a wide range of possibilities when problem-solving.
Objective: Simulate changes in moth population due to pollution and predation, and observe how species can change over time. Introduction: Charles Darwin accumulated a tremendous collection of facts to support the theory of evolution by natural selection.
Welcome to Fuel Up to Play 60 — the new home of all your favorite games and lessons from Nutrition Explorations! Here, you can still play your favorite games, AND you can learn more about Fuel Up to Play 60. Join the program and see how some of your favorite NFL players are working with the National Dairy Council to help you make your school an even healthier place! Little D's Nutrition Expedition® Games Little D's Nutrition Expedition® nutrition program is designed for lower elementary students.
Feb 28 Today’s post is another teacher freebie gathered to help enrich learning through multimedia web tools. These links provide your students opportunities to virtually experience some of the world’s finest art, science, and historical museums. Some sites are image galleries, some are learning games, and others are unique multisensory journeys through the past.
Archaeologists sometimes use sound waves to help them find objects at underwater sites. When you move faster in space, you move slower in time. Identical twins have the exact same genes, but their fingerprints are unique. Bats are the only mammals that can truly fly.
Music can make the driest scientific concepts entertaining, or even hilarious. Catchy tunes about DNA blend genetics with jokes. Ballads about the heart and pi bring dull facts to life.
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Introduction You have probably noticed how you are very much, but not exactly, like your parents. This is true not only for people but also for all living things. This activity will let you see the similarities and differences between a young cicada and an adult.