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Teach Junkie: 19 Fun Ideas and Resources to Teach Force and Motion

19 Fun Ideas & Resources for Force and Motion

Does it dissolve?

Does it dissolve? Predict whether each substance would dissolve or not. Then dump in to a pitcher of water and stir. Kids love dumping and stirring!

Pumpkin STEM: Make learning fun with this fall themed STEM activity in which students design and create a stand to support a pumpkin!

OCTOBER HALLOWEEN STEM Activity: Pumpkin Stand - NGSS Aligned

Maker and STEAM activity that gets the students using their engineering, science, technology and creative thought process while staying relevant to the current season.

Students can create their own greenhouse to observe the life cycle of a plant.                                                                                                                                                      More

Gardening & Plant Science - Students can create their own greenhouse to observe the life cycle of a plant.

Structures lesson?? Paper Roller Coasters - A STEM Activity

Paper Roller Coasters - A STEM Activity - Create a roller coaster from card stock and tape with at least one trick maneuver. Then calculate the average speed of the marble.

St. Patrick's day

Paper Strip Shamrocks - Sugar Bee Crafts Fun shamrocks made out of paper - there's a tutorial on how to make them - so easy! - -Paper Strip Shamrocks ~ Sugar Bee Crafts Want fantastic tips concerning arts and crafts? Go to our great site!

The Techy Teacher: Force and Motion -- Marshmallow Shooters!

Force and Motion. What better way to teach this than Marshmallow Shooters! Yeah the only reason we're making these is so I can teach Gregory Force and Motion ;

Science Teaching Junkie: All of the Moon Phases in Less Than a Week - Very useful post. I am about to begin teaching space science with my Yr 7s.

Science Teaching Junkie: All of the Moon Phases in Less Than a Week - Very useful post. I am about to begin teaching space science with my Yr

A fun hands on science activity to practice force and motion with your students. Create a catapult out of basic crafts! Great for Halloween pumpkins or other materials!

A fun hands on science activity to practice force and motion with your students. Create a catapult out of basic crafts! Great for Halloween pumpkins or other materials.

Lawrence Hall of Science -science games and hands-on activities for elementary school students. (25 online games some of which go along with the hands-on activities.)

Lawrence Hall of Science - Science Online science games and activities that will help kids experiment, design test and discover amazing things about the world. It's science and it's fun!

If you need a unit to grab those reluctant learners and "Power" them up, you can't do better than force and motion! It's filled with experiments, plus lots of movement and action. It's everything kids could want! Get links to everything you need on this post!

Give Me Some Force and Motion!

Dragon's Den Curriculum: Give Me Some Force and Motion!If you teach force and motion don't miss this post filled with videos, games and activities to really get those concepts across!

Discovery Education offers the Science of Everyday Life with resources and activities covering grades K-12 for teachers, families, and stude...

Free Educational Resource: Science of Everyday Life

SCIENCE OF EVERYDAY LIFE - has partnered with Discovery Education to bring this resource in the hands of K - There are interactive videos & labs and inquiry-based lessons aligned to national standards by grade level.

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