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An infographic poster showing the implications of The Ecological Footprint.
A teaching presentation comparing natural and processed materials and how humans make scientific comparisons.
A science experiment which investigates the absorptive properties of various materials.
69 weathering and erosion related vocabulary cards for a word wall.
A science investigation in which the students investigate how to use thrust force to increase the speed of a model car.
A teaching presentation in which the students observe qualitatively how speed is affected by the size of a force.
A science experiment which investigates the relationship between multiple forces acting on a single object in various ways.
A science experiment which investigates rolling friction and the properties of various materials and shapes.
A teaching presentation introducing the students to the non-contact force of electrostatics.
A science experiment which investigates the strengths of solid wood and laminate.
An acrostic poem template to use in the classroom to celebrate Earth Day.
This Physical Sciences unit investigates contact and non-contact forces. Demonstrations and experimental procedures are explored with particular attention given to the scientific method.
This Chemical Sciences unit investigates natural and processed materials. Demonstrations and experimental procedures are explored with particular attention given to the scientific method.
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