Are you looking for fun ways to cover scientific topics in your classroom? Check out our science lesson plans for teachers.
Meet a scientist! An interview with Kendra Sirak – an anthropologist that uses ancient DNA to study past populations.
Are you interested in teaching your students about alternative energy sources, such as wind, solar, and hydrogen? This hands-on lesson gives students the opportunity to
Meet a scientist! An interview with Kaitlyn Varela – a biochemistry scientist. Science lessons and inspiration from Science Journal for Kids.
Middle school lesson about evolution using dinosaur fossilized bones and other paleontological evidence.
A hands-on lesson and reading extension based on real scientific research about pollinators and habitat loss.
A fun hands-on activity to teach students about archaeology and basic genetics! Includes a reading extension and distance learning option.
Three great articles in English and French for middle and high school students about catfish – an invasive species in French rivers.
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.
An educational game about overfishing and fisheries management – with candy!
Meet a scientist! Interview with our youngest ever science writer. Science lessons and inspiration from Science Journal for Kids.
A distance learning online lesson about natural disasters such as floods, hurricanes, earthquakes, and wildfires. It’s based on an educational online simulation game developed by the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction
Becoming a scientist – an interview with Anne Draelos – a postdoc at Duke University, who had fun with science since she was a kid!