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STEM and the Next Generation Science Standards are designed to foster a love as well as knowledge about mathematics and science. This ...

Fun idea of how to create a circuit with just a few items. This is a great way to incorporate science nonfiction topics with reading. *Need aluminum tape from the hardware store and LED lights*

Create your own Newton's Cradle and explore some of the fundamentals of physic with this simple hands on experiment.

DIY Newton's Cradle from a shoe box: Create your own Newton's Cradle and explore some of the fundamentals of physic with this simple hands on experiment.

Need a light? Use potato power! With this science experiment for kids, learn how chemical reactions take place between two dissimilar metals and how to create voltage. #ShellScienceFair

Potato Powered Light Bulb: With this science experiment for kids, learn how chemical reactions take place between two dissimilar metals and how to create voltage.

Here’s a collection of ideas and resources for teaching everything from genetic mutation to cloning mice, just in time for Jeans for Genes Day

Creative Ways to teach Genetics! Genetics is often in the news – and always a safe bet to spark fierce debate in the classroom as well as round the dinner table. But how much do your students really understand about what’s going on inside them?

Best lab ever, Gummy DNA. You could make these and ask students to sort through them to create the 23 pairs.

Genetics Notecards, also labs, including Gummy worms DNA. You could make these and ask students to sort through them to create the 23 pairs.