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The Exploratorium has taken some of their most popular exhibits and created "Snacks" - "miniature science exhibits that teachers could make using common, inexpensive, easily available materials."
Snacks come with "easy-to-follow sections that include instructions, advice, and helpful hint" and also includes an image of the project, an introducation, list of materials, assembly instructions and more.
Although written with high school teachers in mind, Snacks are now being used by elementary and middle school teachers as well as colleges, and by teachers of art, as well as math, shop and more. They have even made their way to community groups.
If you are looking for some science experiments to use in your classroom check out Science Snacks at the Exploratorium!
... because, c'mon, you're reading Gizmodo), you probably grew up watching Bill Nye. The goofy puns, the cheeky visuals, the corny yet cool music videos, all inspired a generation to grow up and do cool things with science.
LearnOutLoud.com's 'Literature' section is the place to let you listen to your favorite books! We have over a thousand classic literary audio books poetry, drama, and short stories, as well as many literary history & criticism titles.
Would you like to hear a story? Then you’re in the right place! Welcome to the StoryBee, where you can listen to professional storytellers from across the country as they spin their wonderful tales. Just click on your age group, and you’ll find a list of story titles. Click on any title, and the story will play.
A nice resource for Preschool & early elementary school students. This site offers a great collection of online games, videos, & offline activities designed to help students learn & practice skills in math & science.
NOVA revolves around a simple premise: the world of science is exciting! For NOVA viewers, science means adventure and exploration—because from ants to aliens, this weekly documentary series probes the far reaches of earth, sea and stars.
10 Beautiful Book Dioramas Putting Your Fourth Grade Project to Shame PolicyMic Remember when you were in middle school and you made that sweet shoebox diorama of The Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler or To Kill a Mockingbird?
Guest bloggers Hunter Maats and Katie O'Brien, teachers and authors, discuss the value of making mistakes and helping students adopt the mindset to view their mistakes as healthy challenges rather than crushing defeats.
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