Learn how factories contribute to air pollution and what can be done. Answer key included.
Cut out the word and title cards in this lesson plan and have your students sort the animals according to whether they lay eggs or have live babies.View the eBook that this E-Lesson is taken from here.
Magnets are made of a material in which the electrons are aligned in one common direction, instead of randomly. Students will discover that magnets attract certain types of materials with the activities in this lesson plan. Teacher notes and answer key included.
Learn what fertilizer is and how it is used. Discover ways to manage fertilizer fun-off and disposal. Experiment with fertilizers. Answer key included.
Using the five kingdom chart give as many examples as possible for each phylum or class in the chart provided.
Your students will examine how nuclear energy works. Then have them debate the good and the bad of nuclear energy. Your class will use the question page to help research and debate their position on nuclear fuel.
Without light from our Sun, the Earth would be cold, dark and lifeless. Light is a valuable kind of energy for all living things. Look carefully at the picture in this lesson plan and circle all the sources of light that you see and then decide if they are an artificial light source or natural light source. Next look at the pictures on the chart and put a check mark under gives off heat or produces no heat. Answer key included.
In multicellular organisms, cells are specialized and divide the work, rather than having each cell perform all the same functions. Specialization causes cell differences in structure, according to what is best suited to certain functions. The ability of specialized cells to compete other functions is decreased.
Have your students think about times when they reduce and reuse regularly and its importance. Then have them decide whether the questions included in the lesson plan are true or false and explain their reasoning. Answer key included.
This activity can be used as a learning exercise about energy transfer.
Learn how to properly dispose of batteries. Run a battery collection contest at your school. Answer key included.
There are many organisms that cannot be placed in either the plant or animal kingdom. One of these groups is called the monerans.
Learn about transparent, translucent and opaque materials. Discover what reflects light, what absorbs light and what is bouncing light with these activities. Answer key included
Materials are the physical substances from which objects are made. Students will learn about materials that are natural, man-made and that materials are everywhere. At the end of the lesson plan they will play a game that teaches them that there is more than one way to classify objects. Teacher notes and answer key included.
If everyone in the world took just one measure to reduce the amount of waste they produce, our world would be considerably closer to sustainability. Here is a summary of things you can do to reduce your environmental footprint.
Have your students make a list and draw a picture of all the things they can think of that push or pull something.