On Newton’s Wings
Students learn about the scientific process by setting up an experiment with various parachute sizes and objects.
Students learn about and experiment with shadows by using their own shadows and the shadows of various objects.
Students learn about craters and conduct experiments to explore what might cause craters to vary in size and shape.
A Team Approach
Students work together in order to successfully complete a series of tasks, including working with building blocks.
Explore shapes through a variety of fun hands-on activities, including a shape-sorting game and a scavenger hunt.
Topsy Turvy Field Trip
Students learn the importance of working together with others as they make choices about what to take with them on a field trip.
Students take on the roles of different planets and the sun to learn all about how planets revolve around the sun.
The Right Tools for the Task
Learn all about the different types of tools, and how to find the right tool for whatever task you’re doing.
The Bounciest Ball Experiment
Conduct experiments with different balls to observe which bounce the highest and to see how to make them bounce higher.
Create racetracks for marbles and experiment with designs to improve the way the marbles travel down the course.
Roll, Pitch, Yaw
Your students will be “flying” around the room in this activity that explores the flight terms, “roll,” “pitch,” and “yaw.”
Explore the moon and observe its different phases using the Space Racers Moon chart, flipbook and moon phases cards.
Students learn the names of the planets in the solar system and play a fun game where they learn the order of the planets.
Students to use their senses to explore, gather clues, and identify everyday objects in this fun hands-on lesson.