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Interior structure and predicted tensile stress along the south-polar faults.

Timing of water plume eruptions on Enceladus explained by interior viscosity structure

how bubbles work and 20 things to do with them

How Bubbles Work and 20 Things to Do with Them

LT How Bubbles Work & 20 Things to Do with Them (science, art, play and more! From Left Brain Craft Brain

This Interactive Notebook on Force and Motion is packed with activities, foldables, sliders and more to make a fun filled and interesting topic for both you and your students.

Force and Motion Interactive Notebook

This science interactive notebook on Force and Motion is packed with activities, foldables, sliders and more to make force, motion and Newton's laws a fun filled and interesting topic for both you and your students. Force and Motion Interactive Notebook

atoms and molecules - ways to learn about them with kids

Atoms & Molecules: 10 Fun ways to learn

10 fun ways to learn about atoms and molecules for kids - with simple instructions to build a model atom as a building block for learning.

Great science web site for teachers. Lessons for all ages.  Great investigations for the first weeks of school to emphasize the true nature of science.

Understanding Science 101 science based website that features videos about all the elements on the periodic table

very, very cool. Now I want to make felt versions like this :)

♥ A graphic showing all 8 planets in our solar system, Mercury through to Neptune, to scale where one pixel = km. Scales were worked out with this very useful solar system scale calculator. Find out more about the planets on the Planet Facts page.

moving back and forth on an issue, first deciding one way and then changing to another.

Toing and froing: moving back and forth on an issue, first deciding one way and then changing to another.

Leap day 6

IT'S A LEAP YEAR! 21 Fun Leap Day Activities

Landscape Photography Tips: Highway 30 by Jake Olson Studios Photo by Jake Ols...

Highway 30 by Jake Olson Studios Photo by Jake Olson — National Geographic Your Shot

Mandy's Tips for Teachers: Super Charge Your Math Instruction {FREEBIES}

Super Charge Your Math Instruction {FREEBIES

Study the stars with your preschooler! Learn how to turn your phone into a simple DIY constellation projector with our FREE printable constellation cards. Part of our Studying Stars series for Preschoolers. | Preschool | STEAM | STEM | Kids Activities | Stars | Space | For Kids | Learning through Play |

DIY Constellation Projector

Study the stars with your preschooler! Learn how to turn your phone into a simple DIY constellation projector with our FREE printable constellation cards. Part of our Studying Stars series for Preschoolers. Preschool STEAM STEM Kids Activities S

The Size of the Sun in the Sky As Seen From Each Planet Infographic | Infographics Blog. BUT to enhance our understanding even further, what would the sun look like in relation to the sky as if the viewer is standing on the planet looking at the sun.

The Sun's apparent size in the sky as seen from the surface of each planet. I don't know about anyone else, but seeing the Sun as large as it would appear standing on Mercury is very intimidating.

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