Are your third graders interested in space and planet identities? Launch a science unit for your third grade class with this introductory lesson plan on planets in our solar system. Your students will love exploring space and learning all about planet facts.
Want to know the difference between cirrus and cumulus clouds? What is a cold front? Where do you find a rain shadow? Find out by reading this Earth science vocabulary list with key terms and concepts about weather and climate.
Here is an Earth science vocabulary list of key terms and concepts for learning about plate tectonics. We know more about the critical role that plate tectonics played in shaping of our planet. So understanding the terminology will help you be a better earth science student.
Here is an Earth science list of key terms as well as their definitions for learning about earthquakes. Create lesson plans, use this as the basis for a quiz, or create science homework using these vocabulary terms.
Do you need help understanding the difference between physical and chemical changes? Want to know how to calculate the concentration of a solution? This study guide will explain all about the structure of matter.
This chromatography lab experiment can be done as a hands-on middle school science lesson about mixtures and solutions. Students will separate the different colored dyes that are used to make black ink.
Crystals are some of the most beautiful forms in nature. They are made of minerals whose atoms or molecules are arranged in regular, repeating geometric patterns. Crystals are easy to grow from salt or sugar.
In this easy and fun life science lab activity, students will extract DNA from strawberries, but bananas, kiwis or onions will also work. Since DNA is a large macromolecule, enough can be extracted from a small amount of plant material to be easily visible.