Create a change in air pressure using a garbage bag and vacuum cleaner, and then create a model to explain!

Which type of ice causes a rise in sea level when it melts: glaciers, icebergs, or both?

A complimentary extension to the lesson Global Climate Change and Sea Level Rise.

In this active model, students will simulate sugar molecule production to store energy—using ping pong balls!

Learn about buoyancy by creating a creating a neutrally buoyant "scuba diver."

Ask questions about the light phenomenon called refraction while you explore the Academy exhibits!

In this lesson, students explore the benefits and drawbacks of nuclear energy to decide if it's worth the risk.

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Looking for ideas to spice up your science teaching? Our activity database features full-period lessons to integrate into your normal curriculum.