Events

Mystery Science: Could You Build a House Out of Paper?
Mystery Science

In this Mystery, students examine how large structures like houses are built from smaller pieces.

Mystery Science: How Many Different Kinds of Animals Are There?
Mystery Science

In this Mystery, students examine how scientists organize animals into groups based on their characteristics.

Mystery Science: Why Do Frogs Say "Ribbit"?
Mystery Science

This Mystery is a case study in biodiversity using the frogs of North America. In the activity, Who’s Calling?, students learn to identify frogs by their unique calls and investigate which of two locations has a greater variety of frogs.

Mystery Science: Why is There Sand at the Beach?
Mystery Science

In this Mystery, students investigate the effects of rocks tumbling in a river.

Mystery Science: If You Floated Down a River, Where Would You End Up?
Mystery Science

In this Mystery, students develop a model of the earth’s surface and use it to discover an important principle about how rivers work.