Blog Author: Amy Cowen
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Explore weather science with lessons for a handmade thermometer, anemometer, hygrometer, and more.
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Student explores hydroponics project and finds ways to problem solve doing a plant-growing project in Alaska!
Teacher uses lesson to make sustainability relevant for students
This third-grade student and his mother have used Science Buddies three years in a row to help find a project for the science fair.
This teacher uses a 10-minute bellwork system to introduce students to a range of STEM careers.
STEM lessons encourage students to use multiple subjects when designing solutions.
Teachers help us develop three new lessons for using Science Journal in the classroom!
Learn more about breadboards and electronics projects you can do with them.
Learn more about Science Buddies Lesson Plans with a guided walkthrough.
The Google Classroom button at Science Buddies makes it easy for teachers to add STEM resources to Google Classroom as assignments or as announcements! Our push-button Google Classroom integration makes it easy for teachers to add resources…
This student's middle school science fair project sparked interest that carried her through high school and into college.
Junior Solar Sprint is a fun way to teach electronics and engineering design.
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Moon landing with hands-on science activities.
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