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  • Demonstrate oxidation states of manganese with this colorful free activity download

    Demonstrate oxidation states of manganese with this colorful free activity download

    Introduce students to this consequential transition element with our colorful lab activity that demonstrates the various oxidation states of manganese.

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  • Summer Bites: Mosquito facts you're itching to know

    Summer Bites: Mosquito facts you're itching to know

    Why do mosquitoes feed on blood? Why do their bites itch? What is the anatomy of a mosquito? How do they spread disease? Buzz around this article to inspire your biology and ecology lesson plans.

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  • 23 cross-curricular STEM kits to address learning loss this summer – or any time of year!

    23 cross-curricular STEM kits to address learning loss this summer – or any time of year!

    A perfect way to get students back on track. The STEM kits help students brush up on math and science skills lost during the past year of virtual learning.

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  • Want the facts on heat transfer? No sweat. Plus a free student handout from McGraw Hill’s AccessScience

    Want the facts on heat transfer? No sweat. Plus a free student handout from McGraw Hill’s AccessScience

    So many processes in everyday life involve heat transfer; your students will be inspired to discover all the situations where it occurs.

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  • Have no fear; your hydrophobic effect activity is here!

    Have no fear; your hydrophobic effect activity is here!

    Demonstrate the hydrophobic effect, surface tension, and hydrogen bonding with this fascinating underwater activity.

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  • Our favorite free online resources for science teachers

    Our favorite free online resources for science teachers

    Our must-see list of online activities and resources for teachers planning remote learning for their students during school closure and looking for professional development.

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  • 26 hands-on science activities to do at home or school – plus a FREE 5-in-1 Science Activity Power Pack

    26 hands-on science activities to do at home or school – plus a FREE 5-in-1 Science Activity Power Pack

    Check out 26 of our most popular science activities and the convenient activity-pack download. Covers classroom or distance-learning lessons for chemistry, biology, physics, geology & earth science.

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  • Get the buzz on pollination and a free student handout from McGraw Hill's AccessScience

    Get the buzz on pollination and a free student handout from McGraw Hill's AccessScience

    Teach students about the busy world of bees, butterflies, and other animals that do the vital work of moving pollen around with this free resource from McGraw Hill’s Access Science.

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  • Crush it in your chemistry class with this free crushing can activity

    Crush it in your chemistry class with this free crushing can activity

    A hands-on way to help the students in your class investigate how gases behave when exposed to temperature, pressure, and volume changes.

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  • Essential activities for essential earth science lessons: Mineral testing14:17

    Essential activities for essential earth science lessons: Mineral testing

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  • Shocking facts about static electricity from McGraw Hill's AccessScience

    Shocking facts about static electricity from McGraw Hill's AccessScience

    Spark students’ curiosity about the basics of electric charges. Inspire hands-on educational activities that develop critical thinking skills that students can do at home or in the classroom.

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  • Get students fired up with this burning money chemistry experiment

    Get students fired up with this burning money chemistry experiment

    Fire up your students with this high-octane chemistry demo that illustrates combustion reactions.

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  • Get the facts about bacteriology and a free student handout from McGraw Hill's AccessScience

    Get the facts about bacteriology and a free student handout from McGraw Hill's AccessScience

    Inspire students to explore the bacteriology tools used by geneticists, epidemiologists, doctors, archeologists, historians, forensic scientists, and farmers.

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  • Free stuff for your class. (It's easier than you think)

    Free stuff for your class. (It's easier than you think)

    Learn how DonorsChoose.org can help you fund the science materials you need, so you can make your science classroom dreams a reality.

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  • Red, white and boom! How fireworks work.

    Red, white and boom! How fireworks work.

    The budding pyrotechnic engineers in your science class will be excited to learn how chemistry is behind the beautiful colors and thunderous sounds of fireworks.

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  • Makerspace 101: Makerspace basics and how to get started

    Makerspace 101: Makerspace basics and how to get started

    Here’s a five-minute crash course in makerspaces so all your ducks are in a row for when you decide to dedicate a space for making in your classroom.

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  • Use this free printable worksheet to teach butterfly life cycles

    Use this free printable worksheet to teach butterfly life cycles

    Students can organize and record their observations of the stages of developing butterflies, from larva to butterfly.

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  • Inside the Ward's Lab: Tarantula Molting1:08

    Inside the Ward's Lab: Tarantula Molting

    Join the small handful of teachers who have a tarantula as a classroom pet and experience this yourself. Or just take a look at this cool video of tarantula molting.

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  • How to use a ballistic pendulum to teach velocity, momentum, and projectile motion.3:39

    How to use a ballistic pendulum to teach velocity, momentum, and projectile motion.

    Learn how to use this innovative projectile motion apparatus to design repeatable experiments in your physics classroom and cover a variety of topics with one piece of equipment.

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  • Do we have Eclipse science facts? Totally! Plus a free student handout from McGraw Hill’s AccessScience

    Do we have Eclipse science facts? Totally! Plus a free student handout from McGraw Hill’s AccessScience

    Solar and lunar eclipses captivate student’s curiosity. Help them learn that there's even more to an eclipse than meets the eye!

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