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  • Power Play 

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    In this lesson, students broaden their ability to identify energy sources, the energy transformation process, and build basic machines/systems that use energy transformations to get work done.

    6,7,8
  • Classification 2: A Touch of Class 

    Lesson

    In this lesson, students learn that living things can be sorted into groups using various features to decide which things belong to which group.

    3,4,5
  • Nowhere to Hide 

    Lesson

    Through the use of an interactive activity, this lesson focuses on the concept of natural selection.

    6,7,8
  • Skull Diversity 

    Lesson

    In this lesson, students explore skulls that are part of an online exhibit at the California Academy of Sciences.

    6,7,8
  • Systems of the Human Body  

    Lesson

    This lesson explores the different systems within the body and how they work independently and together to form a functioning human body.

    3,4,5
  • Animal Diversity 

    Lesson

    This lesson about animal diversity will help students understand the difference between actual physical attributes of animals and fictional ones.

    K,1,2
  • Gravity Launch 

    Lesson

    In this lesson, students will explore how the earth’s and moon’s gravity affects the path of a rocket launched into space.

    3,4,5
  • Make a Mission 

    Lesson

    The focus of the lesson is technology, not only how it allows humans to collect scientific data and information on a faraway terrestrial planet, but also the constraints involved in designing the spacecraft to carry this technology.

    6,7,8
  • Break It Down! 

    Lesson

    In this lesson, explore the everyday implications of system failure and challenge students to identify the causes of system failure.

    3,4,5
  • Changing Cicada  

    Lesson

    This lesson provides students with an opportunity to consider the concept of heredity in the context of the periodical cicadas.

    K,1,2
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