Greenhouse Effect Models

Models can be an effective way of teaching climate change in an age when its very existence is in denial. Guide your students through the creation of a model that will demonstrate the effect of increased greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. This activity from Teach Engineering involves five major student-led investigations and two teacher demonstrations. These activities are all hands-on […]

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Classroom Volcano

Volcanoes are a classic science experiment for your science classroom. What better way to introduce your students to the geological disaster than with a fun and messy hands-on experiment? The Geological Society came up with a great guide to create your own volcano in the classroom. Grades: 2-4

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Greenhouse Gas Simulation

The impact that greenhouse gases have on the earth cannot be understated. Giving your students a hands-on experiment can be a great way to help them understand the impact that pollution has on global temperatures. Share a fun and engaging experiment that will demonstrate the concept of greenhouse gases and the effect they have on earth’s temperatures. This activity comes […]

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Chromatography

Give your students a fun and engaging activity that explores the process of chromatography: a process used in the field of forensic science to separate and analyze chemical mixtures. This activity can be used to teach chemistry or forensic science and is a great way to present a mystery to your class. Grades: 3-5

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