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How can you turn a snail, worm, or roly-poly into an object of inquiry for a young learner? Ask a few questions!
In this lesson, students explore the benefits and drawbacks of nuclear energy to decide if it's worth the risk.
“You see, but you do not observe.” -Sherlock Holmes, A Scandal in Bohemia
Through scientific sketching, you can identify patterns in traits shared by a species and get to know variation.
What is ocean acidification, and who is affected by it? Engage your students in a mock conference on the issue.
Use observation skills to find "opposites" within aquarium animals.
What factors and constraints do we have to consider when designing a renewable energy plan for a community?