Star light, star bright! Teach students all about constellations and earth movement with this engaging science lesson plan. Broken out over several days, this unit encourages students to research and report on a constellation.
What is a robot? What can robots do? Computer programmers tell robots what to do by creating a sequence of commands. In this lesson, students work in pairs to program a robot to act out the story from the mini story book My Friend.
Students will have a zoo learning about the foods zoo animals eat. Your students will decide what zoo animals are supposed to eat, what they're not supposed to eat, and learn why people and animals have different diets.
Your students will love this lesson that teaches them about the life cycle of a chicken. It gives students the chance to visualize the steps that occur from a chick's birth to when it becomes a chicken!
Windmills have been around for generations to grind food and create energy. During this challenge, students will use various materials and put their engineering skills to work by creating their own windmills.
Let your students spread their wings with this lesson that teaches them about the life cycle of a butterfly. A fun song will get your class moving and a variety of different worksheets will suit any class.
Introduce your students to the scientific concept of sink or float. This hands-on experiment allows them to see which objects sink and which float. The concepts taught will be solidified with the completion of worksheets.
Every experiment begins with a hypothesis. In this hands-on science lesson, young botanists will learn about making educated guesses by planting and observing the growth of their very own lima bean seeds.
From seed to flower, students will learn all about the life cycle of a plant in this science lesson. Your class will discover what living things need to grow, and learn the various stages of a plant’s life span, with new vocabulary words.
What do a bicycle and a car have in common? They both move using the simple machine wheel and axle. In this lesson, students learn about how this simple machine works, and will identify objects that use a wheel and axle.
Help your class gain a foundational understanding of matter by learning how to conduct inquiry and gain an understanding about the characteristics of gases. This lab will have your students amazed at what is really in the air.
In this teacher-approved lesson, students will make and play with oobleck (corn starch and water), then write about their experiments. Young scientists will have a blast seeing their oobleck mixtures seemingly come to life.
One of the basic concepts in science is recognizing that all things can be classified as living or nonliving. In this lesson, your students will explore the characteristics of living and nonliving things with engaging hands-on activities.
Cows do more than just moo on the farm. They allow us to make dairy products like milk, cheese, and yogurt. In this lesson, students will learn about how dairy farms provide milk from cows to create nutritious foods.
Want to facilitate learning beyond the traditional textbook format? With Education.com's interactive science lesson plans for different grade levels, teachers and parents can use these lesson plans to have students look forward to learning about the color spectrum and solar system, as well as more generally, chemistry and physics, with their peers everyday.