Another great year at Science NetLinks is coming to a close! We host thousands of online resources and are constantly adding more. Take a look at the ten most popular lessons of 2014 on Science NetLinks:
- Systems of the Human Body (Grades 3–5): Students learn that there are different systems within the body and that they work independently and together to form a functioning human body.
- Growth Stages 1: Infancy and Early Childhood (Grades 3–5): Introduces the stages of human growth and development that take place during infancy and early childhood.
- Sink or Float? (Grades K–2): Make and test predictions about sinking and floating and then classify objects according to whether they sink or float.
- Animal Adaptations (Grades 3–5): Expand students’ knowledge of animal features and behaviors that can help or hinder their survival in a particular habitat.
- Growth Stages 2: Middle Childhood and Early Adolescence (Grades 3–5): Introduce students to the stages of human growth and development that take place during middle childhood and puberty.
- Look at Those Seeds Grow! (Grades K–2): Learn the basic parts of seeds and what they need to grow into a plant.
- The Water Cycle (Grades 3–5): Help students understand the continuous cycle that water undergoes as it changes form.
- Temperature Changes Everything (Grades 6–8): Understand the effect of temperature on the motion of particles.
- Properties of Air (Grades 3–5): Demonstrate that air takes up space, and puts pressure, or pushes, on everything around it.
- Plasmolysis in Elodea Plant Cells (Grades 9–12): Students will microscopically observe various subcellular components and determine the effects of different salt solutions on Elodea plant cells.
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