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This free web site provides a collection of 25 multi-disciplinary, interactive exercises and activities based on the Sun and solar science, most geared to grades 4-12 with a few for grades k-3. Included are lesson plans and activities for educators.
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TeachEngineering: The Science and...
TeachEngineering offers a robust library of K-12 STEM teaching materials that align with Next Generation Science Standards and Common Core Math Standards. In...
The Physics Classroom: Chemistry...
Physics educators may already be familiar with the highly regarded website The Physics Classroom, but chemistry instructors and students should also check it...
Properties of a Liquid-Drop...
This 2006 student project by Scott Huang of Stony Brook University describes an investigation of how a drop of water acts as a lens. The curvature of a drop of...
Penn State: Plant Disease Fact...
This selection of online fact sheets concerned with plant diseases was compiled by Professor Gary W. Moorman, a Professor of Plant Pathology at Penn State. The...
Will Future Astronauts Need To...
A study published this spring in the journal Nature Geoscience made headlines with its evidence suggesting that the moon may be tectonically active. Inspired by...



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