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Who Can Make the Best Coordinate System?
Engineering Category: 
Students learn about coordinate systems in general by considering questions concerning what it is that the systems are expected do, and who decided how they look. They attempt to make their own coordi...
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8 (7-9) ITEEA :
 Technology (2000)
TX :
 Science (2010)
15 mins 2 US$ 1.00
Wet Pennies
Engineering Category: 
Students conduct a simple test to determine how many drops of each of three liquids can be placed on a penny before spilling over. The three liquids are water, rubbing alcohol, and vegetable oil; beca...
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7 (6-9) ITEEA :
 Technology (2000)
NC :
 Science (2004)
20 mins 4 US$ 1.00
Washing Air
Engineering Category: 
Students observe and discuss a simple model of a wet scrubber to understand how this pollutant recovery method functions in cleaning industrial air pollution. 5 (4-6) CO :
 Science (2009)
ITEEA :
 Technology (2000)
NGSS :
 Science (2013)
20 mins 28 US$ 15.00
What is a Nanometer?
Engineering Category: 
Students are introduced to the nano-size length scale as they make measurements and calculate unit conversions. They measure common objects and convert their units to nanometers, giving them a simple ...
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11 (7-12) ITEEA :
 Technology (2000)
TX :
 Science (2010)
25 mins 3 US$ 0.00
What's a Wavelength?
Engineering Category: 
Students measure the wavelength of sounds and learn basic vocabulary associated with waves. As a class, they brainstorm the difference between two tuning forks and the sounds they produce. Then they c...
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11 (10-12) ITEEA :
 Technology (2000)
TX :
 Science (2010)
30 mins 28 US$ 0.00
Walk, Run, Jump!
Engineering Category: 
In this activity, students participate in a series of timed relay races using their skeletal muscles. The compare the movement of skeletal muscle and relate how engineers help astronauts exercise skeletal muscles in space. 5 (3-5) CO :
 Science (2009)
 Math (2009)
ITEEA :
 Technology (2000)
30 mins 6 US$ 0.00
Watch It Slide!
Engineering Category: 
Students use inclined planes as they recreate the difficult task of raising a monolith of rock to build a pyramid. They compare the push and pull of different-sized blocks up an inclined plane, determ...
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4 (3-5) CO :
 Math (2009)
ITEEA :
 Technology (2000)
30 mins 3 US$ 1.50
What Works Best in a Radiator?
Engineering Category: 
Students learn the importance of heat transfer and heat conductance. Using hot plates, student groups measure the temperature change of a liquid over a set time period and use the gathered data to cal...
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10 (9-11) ITEEA :
 Technology (2000)
NGSS :
 Science (2013)
TX :
 Science (2010)
30 mins 3 US$ 2.00
Who Robbed the Bank?
Engineering Category: 
Students use DNA profiling to determine who robbed a bank. After they learn how the FBI's Combined DNA Index System (CODIS) is used to match crime scene DNA with tissue sample DNA, students use CODIS ...
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7 (6-8) CO :
 Science (2009)
 Math (2009)
ITEEA :
 Technology (2000)
30 mins 2 US$ 0.00
What Is Going on with Grandma?
Engineering Category: 
Students are introduced to the concepts of the challenge question. First independently, and then in small groups, they generate ideas for solving the grand challenge introduced in the associated lesso...
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12 (10-12) ITEEA :
 Technology (2000)
NGSS :
 Science (2013)
TN :
 Science (2009)
30 mins 2 US$ 0.00
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