High School

Resources for High School Science

  • Cross-link science and fun with this free Joke Juice activity

    Cross-link science and fun with this free Joke Juice activity

    A quick and easy activity illustrating the effect of cross-linking on a polymer

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  • Discovering the scientific method; Plus a free student handout from McGraw Hill’s AccessScience

    Discovering the scientific method; Plus a free student handout from McGraw Hill’s AccessScience

    Students can think like a scientist by using the scientific method.

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  • How to teach with Hydra: A free guide for working with and caring for your live materials.

    How to teach with Hydra: A free guide for working with and caring for your live materials.

    Download this care guide for the facts on Hydra reproduction, regeneration, and instructions for their collection, care, and feeding.

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  • How to teach with Nasonia: A free guide for working with and caring for your live materials

    How to teach with Nasonia: A free guide for working with and caring for your live materials

    Download this guide for the facts on Nasonia lifecycle and instructions for culturing and handling Sarcophaga and Nasonia.

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  • Scope out the facts on respiratory virus detection from McGraw Hill’s AccessScience

    Scope out the facts on respiratory virus detection from McGraw Hill’s AccessScience

    Help students explore methods used by “Disease Detectives” in virology labs to detect respiratory viruses.

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  • Students get starstruck with these facts about the Milky Way Galaxy

    Students get starstruck with these facts about the Milky Way Galaxy

    Your students will be the few in a “billion” people who can answer questions about the structure and composition of the Milky Way Galaxy.

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  • Delayed reactions in action with this free iodine clock activity

    Delayed reactions in action with this free iodine clock activity

    A quick and easy activity illustrating the effect of concentration, temperature, and a catalyst on the rate of reaction.

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  • Chill out in the lab with this free endothermic freezer flask activity

    Chill out in the lab with this free endothermic freezer flask activity

    A hands-on way to help the students in your class investigate endothermic reactions.

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  • How to teach with Daphnia: A free guide for working with and caring for your live materials.

    How to teach with Daphnia: A free guide for working with and caring for your live materials.

    Download this care guide for the facts on culturing this complex yet easily studied organism.

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  • Shake things up with these facts on earthquakes. Plus a free student handout from McGraw Hill’s AccessScience

    Shake things up with these facts on earthquakes. Plus a free student handout from McGraw Hill’s AccessScience

    Help students separate fact from friction when it comes to the motion of the Earth’s crust and the movement of its tectonic plates.

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  • Take a deep dive into the science of ocean waves with this free student handout from McGraw Hill’s AccessScience

    Take a deep dive into the science of ocean waves with this free student handout from McGraw Hill’s AccessScience

    Use this free resource to demonstrate the science of surface waves, wind waves, linear theory, stokes drift, shoaling & breaking, wave measurement, and more.

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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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  • 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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  • Soak up this free disappearing water activity

    Soak up this free disappearing water activity

    Use this free activity to whet your students’ appetite for exploring superabsorbent, hydrophilic polymers and their real-world applications.

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  • Eureka! A free density column activity

    Eureka! A free density column activity

    Students discover the basics about the relative densities of solid objects and the intriguing ways “density matters” in real-world applications.

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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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  • Heat up your chemistry class with this free exothermic crystallization activity

    Heat up your chemistry class with this free exothermic crystallization activity

    A hands-on way to help the students in your class investigate exothermic crystallization and supersaturated solutions.

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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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  • Celebrate Black History Month and download 4 free printable science posters

    Celebrate Black History Month and download 4 free printable science posters

    Celebrate African American scientists' incredible achievements and get original works of art to inspire your students to blaze their own trail in STEM fields.

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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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