Slow Reveal Graph: Where does Arizona’s electricity come from?

This slow reveal graph has been designed specifically to start to address the 4th grade 4.P4U3.4 Arizona Science Standard. Special thanks to STEMAZing Teacher Leader Kathy Hartley who co-designed the student worksheets for this slow reveal graph. Google Slide Deck for Teachers¬†(with question prompts on slides, includes teacher notes) Google Slide Deck for Teachers (without…

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Wireless Electricity

These wireless electricity modules are loads of pHun and are great for teaching about the transfer of energy when object’s are not touching, electricity, electromagnetism, and so much more. Engineering Design Challenge: Night Light Check back for a defined engineering design challenge to use these modules in the development and design of a night light…

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Data Square – Nature of Science Activity

Print the templates below on card stock. There are two templates of the puzzle on each page. Cut out one of the large squares and then cut out the pieces as shown above. At first, just give students the four pieces on the left without the small square. Challenge them to form a square with…

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Moon Phase Box Model – Instructables

Great model for showing the phases of the moon. For older students, you might consider adding a way to rotate the moon so you can also demonstrate tidal locking – same face of moon visible from Earth all the time.

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