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As the oceans become increasingly threatened by global warming and climate change, it is imperative students understand the importance of the ocean. This bundle includes worksheet regarding: climate change, ocean acidification, plate tectonics and many more.
Suited for children of all ages, Mystery Architecture is an official Science Olympiad event. Through this event, students can extrapolate their knowledge of material science, density, and weight distribution to understanding how all architecture is structured.
Through this activity, students can practice the scientific method by changing independent variables and recording the consistency of the produced slime. Not only do students get exposure to the science behind polymers but the thinking behind science in general.
Dr. Fossil activity introduces students to both paleontology and DNA comparison among species. Through the activity, they will apply their understanding of these concepts along with use their critical thinking skills to identify the mystery animal.
Lego Organ Building is an activity meant to introduce younger students (K-3) about the structure of the body, using legos to mimic cells. By understanding the basics of cell, tissue, organ structure, students can better understand the function of the human body.