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Mystery science

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In this Mystery, students will learn how seeds must get away from their parent plant in order to survive.

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Explore different materials and their properties with this engaging unit. Activities and printables for the Foundation and Prep Year chemistry strand.

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In this Mystery, students explore how energy can make things go. In the activity, students experiment with rubber-band cars to figure out how much energy the cars need to end up in the “Sweet Spot.”

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My murder mystery lesson is by far my students' favorite - and for good reason! They get to be a part of the story, walk around and engage with classmates, and compete to see who can solve the mystery first! Here's a link to my classroom mystery resources via TeachersPayTeachers, or read on to learn ...

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A great science introduction that introduces your students to science and its processes and helps you gain important insight into your students.

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In this Mystery, students discover how the Sun’s path changes with the seasons. The activity for this Mystery is part of the Exploration. It is a photo challenge, so you will not need supplies.

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Detective activities bring fun to any mystery reading unit. Let your kids try secret codes, invisible ink, fingerprinting, and more!

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Watch the video to discover the answer to "How dangerous is it to look at the Sun?" and don't forget to vote for next week's question!

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STEM Design Challenge for Kids: Mystery Bag Challenge with Free Printable STEM Challenge Cards- Makes a great classroom center, summer camp activity, or boredom buster! ~ BuggyandBuddy.com

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