analyze and interpret patterns in data to construct reasonable explanations based on evidence from investigations;
Discover how the sun transfers thermal energy and which objects absorb more heat with this science experiment for kids.
A science experiment which investigates the relationship between multiple forces acting on a single object in various ways.
A science experiment which investigates the relationship between friction and the properties of various materials.
A science experiment that investigates how a substance's state of matter can be changed.
A science investigation in which the students investigate how to use thrust force to increase the speed of a model car.
A science experiment which investigates the buoyancy of different objects when placed in water.
A hands-on investigation task that allows students to design, create, and evaluate the effectiveness of a parachute.
Investigate and record the amount of energy from the sun with this science experiment for kids.
A worksheet for recording data about magnetic flux lines observed in a classroom demonstration.
A worksheet that explores how matter changes state at different temperatures.
A worksheet used to check the students' knowledge of working scientifically.
A science experiment which investigates the absorptive properties of various materials.
A science experiment which explores the growth and change of a seedling.
A science experiment which explores the structural adaptation of blubber.
A hands-on science experiment about salt water density.
An experiment to complete when learning about clouds and the water cycle.
A hands-on experiment to use when investigating the water cycle.
A hands-on experiment to use when exploring natural disasters.
A hands-on experiment to be conducted by students when investigating earthquakes.
A 60-minute lesson in which the students investigate how moving objects in different ways affects the strength of friction force.
A 60-minute lesson designed to investigate the relationship between force and the resulting speed of an object.
A 60-minute lesson in which the students investigate the forces involved in throwing, dropping, bouncing, and rolling, and how they affect an object.