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The Science Behind Golf

The Science Behind Golf

The U.S. Open may be over, but that doesn’t mean the golfing excitement has to end. Professional golfers make this challenging sport look easy, but with every flawless swing, these athletes use the concepts of motion, momentum and torque to get the ball into the hole. Learn more about...
World Oceans Day

World Oceans Day

Today is World Oceans Day! Celebrate this week by teaching your class about the importance of our oceans, the threats they face and how students can take action to help keep them healthy. With these hands-on activities, students will learn more about the plants and animals that reside in...
World Environment Day

World Environment Day

June 5 is World Environment Day! Encourage environmental responsibility in your classroom by helping students understand how they can take an active role in caring for the environment. We have provided some great resources and hands-on activities to help you get started!   Copy-Paper...
International Day for Biological Diversity

International Day for Biological Diversity

The United Nations has proclaimed May 22 the International Day for Biological Diversity. Celebrate this science holiday by encouraging students to increase their understanding and awareness of biodiversity issues. Biodiversity is a vital part of ecological services, including everything...
Springtime Science Activities

Springtime Science Activities

Celebrate spring weather with hands-on activities that get students outside and engaged in science-related lessons. From determining the age of a tree to making their own balloon greenhouse, students will learn a variety of environmental science topics using everyday items that can be...
International Migratory Bird Day

International Migratory Bird Day

Celebrate International Migratory Bird Day on May 10 by teaching your class all about how and why some animals migrate. To help you get started, we’ve compiled a list of hands-on activities and resources to help students learn what migration is, when animals have to migrate and how they...
Air Quality Awareness Week

Air Quality Awareness Week

Teach your students about the importance of clean air during Air Quality Awareness Week from April 28-May 2. With these hands-on activities, students will improve their Air Quality IQ and learn more about the science behind air pollution. They will also gain a deeper understanding of the...
Earth Day

Earth Day

April 22 is Earth Day, and this year’s theme is “Green Cities.” Promote environmental awareness in your classroom by helping students gain an understanding of sustainability and why it is important to take care of the Earth. These lesson plans and hands-on activities are designed to...
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