Science for Kids: Observing Plant Growth Using Bulbs
One of our favorite science activities for kids is observing plant growth. In this science experiment for kids we'll be forcing bulbs into bloom and observing the changes that take place over time!
Dissolving, Expanding And Bouncing Egg Science Experiment
Out of all the egg science experiment you can do dissolving egg shells should be at the top of every child's to do list (a visual and tactile STEM project)
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Teaching Biochemistry in High School - Science and Math with Mrs. Lau
One of the most difficult units in high school biology to learn (and to teach!) is the biochemistry chapter. The complex vocabulary and the abstract concepts make this unit seem like a foreign language to most students. I know because for the first few years of teaching, all of my students had the same …
Show kids that plants will grow towards the light by making a plant shoebox maze. credit: Plants for Kids. I also want to do a garden in a glass box so kids can see what goes on underneath. Part of science and discovery center. Can have them guess at the beginning what will happen and then document what is going on.
Amazing Life Science Ideas from Amazing Teachers — The Science Penguin
I love to see photos of and hear about fabulous things teachers are doing in their classrooms. Some amazing teachers agreed to share their ideas for life science with all of you. ::applause:: Compost Jars Carrie G. from Iowa City, Iowa During our Living Systems unit we learned about food chains. For decomposers (“grinders”), we […]
Where do fallen leaves go?
In this Mystery, students discover the role fungi play in decomposing dead materials and in creating soil.
Sutured wound, SEM (Colored scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a suture in a dog’s skin wound. Magnification: x20 when printed at 10 centimetres wide. Credit: STEVE GSCHMEISSNER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY)