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5 EXERCISES TO FIX HUNCHBACK POSTURE FROM OFFICE WORK

5 EXERCISES TO FIX HUNCHBACK POSTURE FROM OFFICE WORK

Electrical Circuits Anchor Chart - Use these mini anchor charts to help teach Science TEK 4.6C. This visual will help your students remember the difference between an open circuit, close circuit, series circuit, and parallel circuit.

Electrical Circuits Anchor Chart - Use these mini anchor charts to help teach Science TEK This visual will help your students remember the difference between an open circuit, close circuit, series circuit, and parallel circuit.

Circuit Symbols Poster More

Circuit Symbols Poster More

Excite and engage your middle and high school Physical Science students with this Electricity STEM Challenge activity! This highly engaging project allows students to use their knowledge over electrical circuits to create a GAME board that their fellow classmates can PLAY as a review for an upcoming test. It's a win, win for both student and teacher!

Excite and engage your middle and high school Physical Science students with this Electricity STEM Challenge activity! This highly engaging project allows students to use their knowledge over electrical circuits to create a GAME board that their fellow cl

Make science fun and playful by making a magnet powered car! Make a road and see if you can push/pull your car in the right direction without touching it.

Miniminds (or a magnet workshop) Make science fun and playful by making a magnet powered car! Make a road and see if you can push/pull your car in the right direction without touching it.

Build a Simple #Circuit from a Pizza Box (No Soldering) You may have to stop at Radio Shack on the way to pick up the pizza :)

1 - White or Blue LED 1 - Piezoelectric Buzzer 1 - LDR (Light Dependent Resistor) 1 - 3 Volt Button Cell Battery ~ 25 Metal Brads