Digital Science Lessons
In this lesson, we address the science behind wildfire and address some critical questions.
These Lessons are designed to have students interact with content, ask questions, and practice critical thinking skills.
- NGSS-aligned lesson packets with an introductory video, homework, and pre-lesson assignments.
- Science challenge: activities which deliver background content and demonstrate an activity you can try on your own
- K-5 “Fun Science Fridays”: mini activities for young children
We challenge you to use materials from your yard to create a sturdy bird’s next that a real bird might use one day!
Learn how to measure wind speed by creating an anemometer from common household materials.
Investigate the composition of your soil from home with this easy experiment designed for younger children.
Make worms appear from within soil like magic! With a few simple ingredients, we challenge you to do this mustard worm activity.
Use a field guide and a simple net to go hunting for insects in the outdoors and identify them.
Materials Needed Project creation guide for middle school or high school, poster template, presentation template, and previous lesson’s data sheet.
Learn how to use household materials to create your own insect catching net.
The second video lesson in our series on creating a research project around animal behavior using online animal cams.
Sitting and quietly watching nature is a great way for little kids to develop beginning observation skills.
In this lesson, learn how to create a transect and in order to measure your findings in a specific area.