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nav_earthsci  |  nav_lifesci  |  nav_physci  |  nav_sciproc
 

nav_earthsci

 
  Water Cycle  
  Atmosphere  
  Earthquakes, Volcanoes & Plate Tectonics  
  Erosion  
  Geologic History  
  Oceans, Lakes, and Rivers  
  Rocks and Minerals  
  Seasons  
  Solar System  
  Space  
  Weather  
 

nav_lifesci

 
  Animals  
  Birds  
  Cells  
  Endangered Species  
  Environmental Studies  
  Evolution  
  Fossils and Dinosaurs  
  Germs and Microbes  
  Habitats and Ecosystems  
  Heredity and Genetics  
  Human Body  
  Insects  
  Marine Life  
  Plants  
 

nav_physci

 
  Atoms and Molecules  
  Electricity  
  Energy  
  Force and Motion  
  Gravity  
  Heat  
  Light  
  Magnetism  
  Matter and Elements  
  Simple Machines  
  Sound  
 

nav_sciproc

 
  Classifying  
  Experiments  
  Instruments and Measurement  
  Inventors and Inventions  
  Observation  
  Science Careers  

     Lesson Plans
Not-So-Messy Hands-On Science  K-23-5
Four fascinating and fun science activities that guarantee twice the science learning with only half the mess.

Unit Plan: Water Water Everywhere  3-5
Explore how the same water has been reused for millions of years and learn how the roles precipitation, evaporation, and condensation play in the water cycle.

Unit Plan: Water Works Wonders!  Early ChildhoodK-2
Children will learn where water is found, how it's used, and how it moves and changes forms as they explore the wonder of water.

Wet All Over: Water  K-23-5
Dive into hands-on activities and learn about the water cycle.

Where Do Rainy Days Come From?  3-5, 6-8
Introduce the water cycle process with engaging, hands-on activities. Source: Instructor magazine

     Online Activities Teacher Guides
Weather Watch Teacher's Guide 
Lesson-planning suggestions for using the "Hurricanes!" online activity in the classroom.