8th grade science
Diana n Jody Murphy
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Valentine's Day Activities: Science Stations | February Science
Keep your students engaged on Valentine's Day with these 8 hands-on science experiments! Disappearing hearts, dissolving hearts, sparkly explosion, secret messages, heart catapults, build a heart tower, make Valentine's Day slime, and crystal hearts!
Candy Cane Science Experiment (Freebie)
A fun way to incorporate science during the holiday season! Use water, oil, vinegar and a clear soft drink to try and dissolve candy canes with your students. This activity is meant for younger students (pre-k/kindergarten). You can introduce what a hypothesis is and set a timer
Gardening by the Moon
Did you ever wonder if the phase or Astrology sign the Moon was in at the time of your planting made a difference in your garden? Many people have made the connection, and written books regarding how certain crops or flowers are sturdier or better during certain moon phases, and when the Moon is in certain Astrology signs. Check out some of the examples I have written about here.
Laboratory Equipment Reference Chart - Over 30 apparatus included!
This is a very detailed Laboratory Equipment Reference Chart. It includes just about every type of lab equipment that is used in a chemistry course. 39 seperate lab apparatus are highlighted and described. Each peice of equipment has a picture, a description, and a list of uses for
SC.3.L15.1 Classify animals into major groups (mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish, arthropods, vertebrates and invertebrates, those having live births and those which lay eggs) according to their physical characteristics and behaviors. Classifying animal cards to use as a visaulization.