There's no place like home, but what does that look like for a wild animal? Infinity pool or wild stream? Help students explore and create a unique habitat to make an animal's dream home!
Defy the rules of physics in this liquefying lesson! Students will learn how energy causes an ice cube to melt and how they alone can change the outcome of this process.Do you dare to slow down the meltdown?
Get your students' hands dirty in this interactive lesson! Students will become young botanists as they plant and examine the effects sunlight has on their plant. Can they use the power of the sun to get their plant to outgrow all others? Only time will tell!
All hands on deck for this one! Turn your students into nautical experts as they learn what is required to keep an object afloat. But make sure to keep a weather eye open, me mateys, so as not to sink!
This lesson is out of this world! Your students will be able to have part of the solar system at their very fingertips. They will design a portion of the Solar System and complete rotations to better understand how our universe works.
Did you hear that? Everything we hear comes from vibrations, and this rockin' lesson lets your students create their own instruments to feel and hear the vibrations.
Birds of a feather may flock together, but the early bird gets the worm in this lesson! Can your students create the best bird beak to collect as many gummy worms as possible before the timer runs out?
Sam has fallen into the watery depths without his life jacket and cannot swim! In this lesson, your students will create a plan to save Sam from the sea. Can your students use different problem solving skills and work with others to ultimately save Sam?
The mountain is decaying away and only your students can save it! Using what's in the kit and the power of their brains, students will work to build a structure to immediately stop erosion.
Creativity and curiosity are crucial to master this lesson. Using only their imaginations and a few materials, can your class make a new substance unlike all others?
Who can effectively use the power of the sun in such a way that causes their radish to outgrow all others? Ready, set, grow!
Watch out Gingerbread Man! This mischievous lesson is designed to bring out the little Engineer in your students. Using the materials that are given, can they build traps to trap the Gingerbread Man? Only time will tell.
Incorporating the classic fairy tale story into this lesson will blur the lines of science and magic. Can your students finally figure out how to keep out that wolf and all the hazardous weather he brings along with him?
Can science explain magic? In this lesson, your students will get the opportunity to use science to to find the evidence behind the magic.
Mouths are vital for survival, but are some better than others? Can your class design the best animal mouth to collect as much food as is possible in a limited amount of time?
Become an expert engineer in this creative lesson! Students will need to use their incredible and unique design thinking skills to build the largest straw tower.
Help, everything is washing away! Have your students create structures that will help save the hillside. This fun activity teaches about erosion and lets students be creative on ways to save people from future mudslides!
How does electricity work? In this lesson, students will be able to understand the concept of energy while creating their own super circuits!
Water bears never die! What sort of creature could survive, like a water bear, for thousands of years but on another planet? Your students will need to bring out all of the stops to build a better water bear!
Let it fly! From launching candy pumpkins to pom poms, students will get to create their own catapults. Have a competition to see who can launch the furthest. Engineering has never been so fun!
It's raining, it's pouring, so save the water! In this lesson students will create a rain collection system that will collect water to be stored for later use.
Creativity and curiosity are crucial to complete this lesson! What different kinds of substances can your students make using only their imaginations and a few supplies? The world is their oyster in Material World!
What do animals need in order to survive? In this hands on activity, students will build habitats for animals using the materials given. Using the experience, they will be able to put together all of the components that are needed to help animals thrive.
How high can you go? This fun lesson challenges students to build towers out of ordinary objects. The goal is to build the highest structure to hold a marshmallow. Whose team will win?