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Learn all about hydraulic and pneumatic power systems in the Fluid Power Lab. Great at home, science fair or in the classroom STEM, STEAM, Maker Project.

Learn all about hydraulic and pneumatic power systems in the Fluid Power Lab. Great at home, science fair or in the classroom STEM, STEAM, Maker Project.

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.

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

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 :)

Build a Simple Circuit from a Pizza Box (No Soldering) This lesson itself is too complicated for but we could easily modify. I love the use of paper clips, brads, and pizza boxes. After explaining circuit basics the students could really get creative!