Students can explore environmental management, why it's important, techniques, and the challenges participa...
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Help students stretch their minds and understand the gravity of the black hole phenomenon.
Students can explore environmental management, why it's important, techniques, and the challenges participants face.
This free resource helps students learn how the elements make up everything on the earth, in the solar system, and in the universe.
Students can explore wildlife conservation, why it's important, and methods used to address biodiversity loss.
Students can think like a scientist by using the scientific method.
Help students explore methods used by “Disease Detectives” in virology labs to detect respiratory viruses.
Help students separate fact from friction when it comes to the motion of the Earth’s crust and the movement of its tectonic plates.
Use this free resource to demonstrate the science of surface waves, wind waves, linear theory, stokes drift, shoaling & breaking, wave measurement, and more.
Solar and lunar eclipses captivate student’s curiosity. Help them learn that there's even more to an eclipse than meets the eye!
So many processes in everyday life involve heat transfer; your students will be inspired to discover all the situations where it occurs.
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.
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.
Inspire students to explore the science behind vaccines by using this powerful resource from McGraw Hill’s AccessScience to build your lesson plans on virology and immunology.
Penguins are a beloved flightless aquatic bird. Your class will be delighted to learn about their characteristics, habitat, and evolution.
Inspire students to explore the bacteriology tools used by geneticists, epidemiologists, doctors, archeologists, historians, forensic scientists, and farmers.
Inspire students to explore how biotechnology demonstrates key concepts from biology, chemistry, and physics and its relationship to modern applications within the biological sciences.
Energize your class with the facts on radiation to help them distinguish safe forms of radiation from harmful ones.
Unearth the science behind soil to introduce students to various STEM concepts, including soil formation, classification, and mapping; and physical, chemical, biological, and fertility properties.