Use these free lesson plans to turn your classroom into a lab and let the magic of “doing” begin!
Students learn which parts of their brain help them learn and remember.
Students explore the physics of aerodynamics by evaluating competing golf ball designs.
Students conduct a series of demonstrations that illustrate the science behind how sound is made and heard.
Students learn about the anatomy of an egg and how egg proteins change when they are heated, beaten, or mixed with other ingredients.
Students make a simple but strong structure from tubes made from rolled up newspaper.
Students discuss deforestation’s impact on land, water, air, and other living things and design eco-friendly community models.
Students make a rudimentary light reflectivity tester to help them determine the relative reflectivity of various materials around the classroom.
Students explore different items that can be recycled and observe and compare the differences between various paper products.
Students investigate basic science principles involved in different types of collisions, from a bat hitting a baseball to a car crash.
Students work in groups to explore the properties of Post-it® Notes and determine the amount of force required to pull them across a plane.