National Science Week Activities for 2018 (with Printable Resources)
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A fun science experiment involving capillary action and biology.
A fun science experiment about density and physics.
Templates to create science journals for your students.
Use these items to set up a science inspired photo booth in your classroom.
A hands-on science experiment about biodegradability.
Display this poster when learning about sustainability.
A game to use when learning about waste and recycling.
A mini book that your students can complete to explain how they can help the planet.
A worksheet that explores the vocabulary of sustainability.
A comprehension activity about the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
An experiment for students to observe the growth and change of a plant.
A worksheet that requires students to identify man-made and natural materials in the classroom.
The school theme for National Science week 2018 is 'Game Changers and Change Makers'. Here are some fun and easy activities you can do in your classroom.
Why do icebergs float? How does salinity affect the different layers of the ocean? Use these two easy science experiments for kids to introduce how water density and temperature affect ecosystems, sustainability and the environment.
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Explore "Future Earth" for 2017 National Science Week with these activities and resources. Time for students to put their metaphorical gumboots on and learn more about sustainability and the environment!
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