Are you looking for fun ways to cover scientific topics in your classroom? Check out our science lesson plans for teachers.
A Teacher’s Testimonial: Seda Dawson is a 7th-grade science teacher at Westchester Academy for International Studies, Houston, TX. She shares how and why she uses Science Journal for Kids‘ resources in her classroom.
Becoming a scientist – an interview with Anne Draelos – a postdoc at Duke University, who had fun with science since she was a kid!
Three scientific articles about COVID-19 adapted for middle school and high school students. Distance learning resources.
Hands-on experiences are the best way to do science so here are five experiments anyone can complete at home. Experiment 1: Isolate DNA from bananas.
Five articles for students that explore economic questions related to concrete health and environmental issues.
Overview This activity can be adapted for students in 4th – 9th grade. Part 1: Students will answer the question “How does light affect germination
A data collection and analysis lesson plan for sixth graders.
Consider collaborating with your school’s French teacher on an interdisciplinary unit on climate change using these adaptations translated into French.
Kids love to discover new things. That’s why we like to give them access to recent scientific research! In these four adaptations, we have brought
Five articles to help you teach your students how vital vaccines are in stimulating the immune system to produce antibodies that it can later use to fight infection.
Help your students improve their data graphing skills with a spreadsheet application, instead of with graphing paper and pencil using real-world data.
We’ve collected six articles that can support you in teaching middle- and high-school students about the immune system, antibodies, and vaccinations.