Science Buddies Blog: Lesson Plans Archives
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Previous posts in the Lesson Plans category
For World Oceans Day, talk with students about ocean pollution and the need to reduce the amount of plastic trash flowing into waterways.
DNA Day! Free NGSS-aligned genetics Lesson Plan guides activity to model the odds of developing an autoimmune disease
New Lesson Plans from Science Buddies support middle and high school classroom exploration of sensor-based technologies for environmental monitoring.
Celebrate heart health in February with the help of two lesson plans that use hands-on classroom activities to introduce circulatory system concepts to elementary school students.
A free Lesson Plan for middle school helps teachers lead a STEM activity that can be connected to discussions about flu season.
New Lesson Plan uses a simple taste test to help students understand genetic mutation firsthand. Not everyone will detect the taste of phenylthiocarbamide (PTC). What does this mean and what can students learn about genetics from investigating the…
Pair the Alternate Universe movie with a black holes lesson plan for space-bending science class fun!
Science Buddies announces the availability of twenty NGSS-aligned lesson plans for K-12 STEM educators.
Science Buddies Lesson Plans make it easier than ever for teachers to confidently lead standards-based science and engineering experiments and activities with their students.
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