Teach kids about the needs of seeds with this seed experiment that answers the question: "What liquids help seeds to grow?" Part 5 in a series of seed experiments from Gift of Curiosity

Seed experiment #5: What liquids help seeds grow

May- Plant Science- Teach kids about the needs of seeds with this seed experiment that answers the question: "What liquids help seeds to grow?" Part 5 in a series of seed experiments from Gift of Curiosity

What slides the best on ice? Find out with this fun hockey science experiment for kids. This would make such an awesome science fair project!

Hockey Science Experiment

Week 7 - Hockey/Skating - What slides the best on ice? Find out with this fun hockey science experiment for kids. This would make such an awesome science fair project!

Generating questions for science projects using question stems is a great way to build critical thinking skills and perfect for differentiating instruction! Click through to read a few different types of question stems you can use in the classroom and to get tips on how to best utilize the practice of generating questions with students!

Generating Questions for Science Projects

Generating questions for science projects using question stems is a great way to build critical thinking skills and perfect for differentiating instruction! Click through to read a few different types of question stems you can use in the classroom and to

Science Fair: Do Some Liquids Expand More than Others when Frozen?

Do Some Liquids Expand More than Others When Frozen?

In this science fair project, kids observe the expansion of liquids when frozen and determine if some liquids expand more than others in the freezing process.

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What Is Center Of Gravity?

Scientific Method graphic organizer for creating their own experiments to solve their problem/question. Perfect example of Level of Inquiry Everything is open to the student.

A fun way to teach the Scientific method before a school science fair.  So basic and easy.

The dissolving Peep experiment. A fun way to teach the Scientific method for a school science fair. So basic and easy.

Diaper Science!! One of the most fun science lessons I do!

An elementary school science project but would use this idea to compare diapers brands in consumer ed.

Why doesn't the ocean freeze? Students answer this question by simulating the chemical composition and temperature of arctic waters in their...

Science - Grade This is fun, inexpensive experiment to do in the classroom! You can start off by asking the kids if they think the ocean freezes and why and go from there.

5.2A, 5.2B, 5.2C, 5.2D, 5.2E, 5.2F Skittles and the Scientific Method Experiment

Skittles and the Scientific Method

9 totally awesome LEGO Science Projects that get kids learning while they are having a ton of fun. LEGO bridge construction, magnet maze, zip line, flashlight and more.

LEGO Learning: Awesome LEGO Science Projects

9 totally awesome LEGO Science Projects - LEGO bridge construction, magnet maze, zip line, flashlight and more.

This melting ice science experiment is perfect for exploration for children and for science fairs.

Melting Ice Experiment

This melting ice science experiment is perfect for science fairs. Check out all the 28 Days of STEAM Projects for Kids for fun science, technology, engineering, art, and math activities!

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