Author: Amy Cowen
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With the new Google Classroom share buttons on the Science Buddies website, teachers can easily add science reading assignments for their students.
Can slime mold find the fastest way to the food, even without a brain? A school science project puts slime mold to the test.
A new feature at Science Buddies allows teachers using Google Classroom to easily share Science Buddies resources with their students.
Eighty sixth grade students worked in teams to build ArtBots in class and got a firsthand look at circuits.
Password Duel classroom activity helps students explore questions related to password strength.
Take time this Engineers Week to encourage a girl to try an engineering project or activity!
Introduce kids to engineering and inspire students around the world this Engineers Week.
Engineering projects and activities you can do with your students to celebrate Engineers Week
For Valentine's Day, exciting hands-on chemistry, food science, and physics projects that involve candy.
Can your students solve this year's Fluor Engineering Challenge and design and build a marble sorting machine?
A river runs orange? Student science projects make real-world connections to how heavy metals and other pollutants affect aquatic life.