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This is a great project for learning about how pathogens interact with cells. Students will choose a pathogen and create a wanted poster which will be shared with the class. Students often come up with very creative products to share with the class.

This is a great project for learning about how pathogens interact with cells. Students will choose a pathogen and create a wanted poster which will be shared with the class. Students often come up with very creative products to share with the class.

This is too cool, what a better way to illustrate the inter-workings of a biome for a young person? (Tabletop Biosphere)

Make Labs' Biosphere & More!

If you've ever dreamed of owning your own tabletop biosphere, or looking for a fun project either to display in your home or give as a gift, look no further. Here are some resources to creating your own living biosphere .

This Energy Unit was created for the busy teacher who has a great deal of science to cover and not a lot of time. This unit covers the benchmarks for Energy. ($3.00)

Energy: One Week Science Unit for Primary Learners

Energy- An Energy Unit for Primary Students! This unit covers the benchmarks for Energy for the young learner and is complete with a Science Notebook.

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Wonders of Water Science Project - Making Clean Water: After learning about pollution and water conservation, you could have your Brownies split into groups and make clean water that has been "polluted" with dirt and other sediments.

Teaching the Digestive system. Thank you to Mary Markowski for a creative idea!

Love this idea! Teach kids the digestive system by decorating an apron with markers or fabric paint. When they wear the apron, children will be able to see where the parts of their own digestive system are located.

SOLAR SYSTEM FLIP BOOK: STUDENT CREATED! - TeachersPayTeachers.com

Solar System Flip Book

Solar System flip book and more from Lesson Plan S.'s "Solar System Spectacular: Calling all Astronauts!

Teaching a unit on erosion? Use a pan of dirt to show erosion caused by wind (hair dryer), water, or glacier (ice cubes).

This a great visual and hands-on activity that teaches the effects of erosion by using a pan of dirt to show erosion caused by wind (hair dryer), water, or glacier (ice cubes).

Triorama report

But some different biome animals This triorama could be used for book reports, story sequencing, science projects, geography studies, other SOSE topics or anything else you can think of!

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