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How science helps Santa go down the chimney…and 4 more easy holiday science activities to break up students’ breaks
Use this super-easy activity list to help students discover that physics, chemistry, and other STEM topics don’t take a break from the world around them, even during the holidays.
Weigh the Possibilities: 3 Quick Experiments Using Scales and Balances
Create a lesson plan for middle-school science in no time with these 3 activities using scales and balances. Cover chemistry, biology, and physics while offering experience with science equipment.
6 Tools to Teach Brain Anatomy
Have you watched the video, "How to make brain dissection a no-brainer"? That short video presents mind-blowing ways to introduce students to brain dissection and anatomy. https://wardsworld.wardsci.
How to make brain dissection a no-brainer
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Experts Pick Their Favorite Lab Slides
Putting that “Wow!” factor into a student’s lab experience is a home run for every science teacher. And what’s more exciting than that first moment when a cool lab slide comes into focus? When we ask
How to Prepare a Bacteria Sub-Culture
In this demo, we'll show you how to properly prepare an aseptic bacteria subculture in order to multiply your bacteria and prepare it for use by more students at once, or with repeated experiments.
Ice, Ice, Bubble: A Dry Ice Sublimation Demonstration
Ready to be the coolest teacher at your school? Just kick off your sublimation lesson with this crowd-pleasing demo. A special effects staple on concert stages everywhere and often used in ice cream
Essential Activities for Essential Earth Science Lessons: Igneous Rocks
Explore in-demand STEM careers in earth science and geology while introducing students to rocks formed from the cooling of magma and lava with this easy-to-use and affordable activity. Demonstrate
Essential activities for essential earth science lessons: Metamorphic rocks
Explore in-demand STEM careers in earth science and geology while introducing students to rocks formed by metamorphism of other rocks with this easy-to-use and affordable activity. Demonstrate rock
Essential Activities for Essential Earth Science Lessons: Mineral Testing
Explore in-demand STEM careers in earth science and geology while introducing students to a broad selection of common minerals, with this easy-to-use and affordable activity. Demonstrate mineral sam
Scalpel Safety: How to Prepare a Scalpel and Stay out of the ER
When your dissection lesson calls for sharp objects, this quick scalpel safety primer will help you and your students stay focused on the lesson at hand, and out of the ER. Watch as we demonstrate h
Essential Activities for Essential Earth Science Lessons: Sedimentary Rocks
Explore in-demand STEM careers in earth science and geology while introducing students to rocks formed by deposition of sediment, with this easy-to-use and affordable activity. Using just a few simp
How to Culture and Care for Daphnia
In this video, we'll show you how to culture and care for your Daphnia so you can reap all the benefits these freshwater creatures have to offer. Ward’s Science — Connecting Over 150 years of scienc
Critters in the Classroom: Insect Edition - Madagascar Hissing Cockroach
Watch this video to get better acquainted with this docile creature and learn how to use them in your classroom to: - Design your own experiments about population effects - Create hypotheses and te
Critters in the Classroom: Insect Edition - Eastern Subterranean Termites
In this hands-on video, we'll show you the fascinating world of the Eastern Subterranean Termite, or Reticulitermes sp. Ward’s Science — Connecting Over 150 years of science exploration to tomorrow’s
Critters in the Classroom: Insect Edition - Chilean Rose Hair Tarantula
Watch this video to get better acquainted with this eight-legged friend and learn how to properly handle and care for them in your classroom. Check out this article for more information: https://bit
9 facts you may not know about Painted Lady Butterflies and how to use them in the classroom
Students can use a hands-on demonstration to learn about the butterfly life cycle and a range of fascinating concepts like migration, photonic crystals, biopolymers, and insect endocrinology.
All About Science Olympiad
Looking for an exciting way to bring your most passionate science students together for creative problem solving, teamwork, friendship, and science fun outside the classroom? A Science Olympiad team
How to Use a Ballistic Pendulum to Study Velocity, Momentum, and Motion
In this video, we'll show you how to re-create this classic physics demonstration in your classroom using a ballistic pendulum apparatus, and offer tips and ideas for a variety of activities you can d