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Waterwheel Work
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Students learn the history of the waterwheel and common uses for water turbines today. They explore kinetic energy by creating their own experimental waterwheel from a two-liter plastic bottle. They i...
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4 (3-5)CO :
Science (2009)
Math (2009)
CCSS :
Math (2010)
ITEEA :
Technology (2000)
NGSS :
Science (2013)
50 mins3 US$ 0.50
Watt Meters to Measure Energy Consumption
Engineering Category:
Students use watt meters to measure the power required and calculate energy used from various electrical devices and household appliances.8 (6-8)CCSS :
Math (2010)
ITEEA :
Technology (2000)
NCTM :
Math (2000)
NSES :
Science (1995)
NGSS :
Science (2013)
40 mins3 US$ 0.15
Waves Go Public!
Engineering Category:
Students apply everything they have learned over the course of the associated lessons about waves, light properties, the electromagnetic spectrum, and the structure of the eye, by designing devices th...
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8 (8-12)ITEEA :
Technology (2000)
NGSS :
Science (2013)
SC :
Science (2005)
1 hr 40 mins2 US$ 1.00
Weather Alert
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Students discuss the characteristics of storms, including the relationship of weather fronts and storms. Using everyday materials, they develop models of basic lightning detection systems (similar to ...
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8 (6-8)CO :
Science (2009)
ITEEA :
Technology (2000)
NGSS :
Science (2013)
1 hr 30 mins2 US$ 2.00
Wet Pennies
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Students conduct a simple test to determine how many drops of each of three liquids—water, rubbing alcohol, vegetable oil—can be placed on a penny before spilling over. Because of their different ...
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7 (6-9)CCSS :
Math (2010)
ITEEA :
Technology (2000)
NGSS :
Science (2013)
NC :
Science (2004)
20 mins4 US$ 1.00
What a Drag!
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The purpose of this activity is to demonstrate how drag affects falling objects. Students will make a variety of shapes out of paper and see how size and shape affects the speed with which their paper shapes fall. 6 (5-7)CO :
Science (2009)
Math (2009)
CCSS :
Math (2010)
ITEEA :
Technology (2000)
NGSS :
Science (2013)
45 mins4 US$ 1.00
What Color is Your Air Today?
Engineering Category:
Students develop awareness and understanding of the daily air quality using the Air Quality Index (AQI) listed in the newspaper. They explore what engineers can do to help reduce poor air quality.6 (4-6)CO :
Science (2009)
Math (2009)
CCSS :
Math (2010)
ITEEA :
Technology (2000)
NGSS :
Science (2013)
1 hr 2 US$ 1.00
What Happened to the Water? Designing Ways to Get and Clean Water
Engineering Category:
In this scenario-based activity, students design ways to either clean a water source or find a new water source, depending on given hypothetical family scenarios. They act as engineers to draw and wri...
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4 (3-5)CO :
Science (2009)
ITEEA :
Technology (2000)
NGSS :
Science (2013)
50 mins2 US$ 0.00
What is a Nanometer?
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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)CCSS :
Math (2010)
ITEEA :
Technology (2000)
TX :
Science (2010)
25 mins3 0.00
What Is Energy? Short Demos
Engineering Category:
Three short, hands-on, in-class demos expand students' understand of energy. First, using peanuts and heat, students see how the human body burns food to make energy. Then, students create paper snake...
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4 (3-5)CO :
Science (2009)
CCSS :
Math (2010)
ITEEA :
Technology (2000)
NGSS :
Science (2013)
45 mins28 US$ 3.00
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