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  • Zoo Works | Price - $0.00

    Students use technology to investigate and present information on a variety of animals visited during a trip to the zoo.


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    Grade Level: 34567891011

  • Light Assembly | Price - $0.00

    This challenge encourages students to engage their creative side to design a light sculpture that expresses the personality of the team. They will design, program and present a light show with 

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    Grade Level: 891011

  • Harajuku isn't its own style, but rather a popular meeting ground in Japan for a number of street styles. It can have a playful, colorful mix of girly and punk styles pop

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    Grade Level: 101112

  • 1) Grab student attention by showing them some of the before/after pictures on the Post Processing Effects page. Students today can add special effects to their obstacle course.

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    Grade Level: 89101112

  • An Neural Network is a computing system that is based on the biological neural network that make up the human brain. Neural networks are not based on any specific computer program written for it, b

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    Grade Level: 567891011

  • Break Dancing Mania | Price - $0.00

    Synchronize motor movements of a "break dancer" to keep in rhythm with light and beats. Correlate synchronicity of movements with imagination and creativity for real life confidence and team buildi

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    Grade Level: 3456

  • Children will have fun learning about octopuses as they complete the online book activities. They will learn scientific vocabulary such as the word "camouflage" as they delve deep under the ocean t

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    Grade Level: K123

  • tornado is a violently rotating column of air that is in contact with both the surface of the Earth and a cumulonimbus cloud or, in rare c

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    Grade Level: 3456

  • These activities will show students what organs aid in digestion and how digestion occurs in the human body.

     


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    Grade Level: 4567

  • Soil is the very top layer of the crust. It is important for life on earth because it allows plants to grow, which people and animals depend on. Think for a moment ab

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    Grade Level: 9101112

  • Utopian and dystopian literature are forms of speculative fiction that often share traits with science fiction due to their frequent focus on technological advances. While utopian literature fantas

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    Grade Level: 78910

  • The lesson will focus on the benefits of eating a variety of colorful fruits and vegetables. Students will discuss the health benefits of different colored fruits and vegetables to better understan

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    Grade Level: K12345

  • Wind Wonderopolis | Price - $0.00

    Wind is the movement of air caused by the uneven heating of the Earth by the sun. It does

    | Average Rating: 3.0 of 5


    Grade Level: 123

  • Australian Aboriginal art is one of the oldest continuing art traditions in the world. Much of the most important knowledge of aboriginal society was conveyed through different kinds of storytellin

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    Grade Level: 567891011

  • In this interactive lesson the students will be introduced to Quantum Physics. They will be introduced to wave/particle duality, Heisenburg Uncertainty Principle, superposition, Schrodinger's cat,

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    Grade Level: 9101112

  • Hurricanes are one of nature’s most powerful storms. They produce strong winds, storm surge flooding, and heavy rainfall that can lead to inland flooding, tornadoes, and rip currents.


    | Average Rating: 4.7 of 5


    Grade Level: 23456

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