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This playlist is an introduction to natural resources and cycles in our world. Activities are best used in lower grades.What Materials Make Up Our Earth? (Houghton Mifflin): In this short tutorial, students click on different parts of the environment (rocks, soil, air, plants, clouds, and water), an...
This playlist is focused on helping students practice making healthy choices as they grow.Health and Growth (BBC): Students try to keep Ben, the virtual boy, healthy by providing water, food, exercise, and rest. The simulation asks questions for students to identify what is important in maintaining ...
Interactive Weather Maker (Scholastic): This simulation allows students to create their own weather by controlling temperatures and the relative humidity. The resulting weather is displayed in a simulation window with a description of the current weather conditions. Rate a Tornado (PBS): Students u...
As students watch a series of animations about the atmosphere, they witness the convection of our sun’s radiation as it heats the earth, learn how atmosphere gases protect life on earth, and explore how changes in these gases can affect organisms. Atmosphere Design LabIn an interactive...
This playlist introduces students to basic information about storm formation and weather predictions. Through tutorials students explore lightning, tornadoes and practice predicting the weather. Lightning and Thunder (Jason Project)Students identify types of electrical charges from clouds duri...
Use this playlist to learn about renewable and nonrenewable resources. Knowledge is applied to real-world scenarios that expose students to the use of our Earth’s resources. Classifying Energy Sources (Jason Project)Students read information about energy sources by moving the mouse ove...
Make your students masters of cloud formations and types with Understanding Clouds and attached worksheets, which serve as teaching, note-taking and review tools in one. Convection helps students visualize the process, and comes with a number of helpful scaffolds. Get physical with The Water Cycle, ...
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