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Flubber Flow is a 30-minute activity in which teams of four to five children experiment with Flubber and investigate how a solid can flow! They predict and model the properties of glaciers, view ...
Show Your Stripes - Changes in Temperature Ed Hawkins
These 'warming stripe' graphics are visual representations of the change in temperature as measured in each country over the past 100+ years. Each stripe represents the temperature in that ...
Assess burn scars with satellite imagery
Using Landsat 8 imagery from before and after the 2015 wildfire season in Glacier National Park, Montana, learners calculate the damage using a Normalized Burn Index, digitize the burn area, and ...
Amazing Expanding Ice
Children experiment with freezing water to observe a state change of water, and discover that it is less dense as a solid (ice) than it is as a liquid (water). Amazing Expanding Ice is an overnight ...
The tip of the iceberg
Children observe an ice cube in water and discuss the amount of ice above and below the water, discuss density of ice, and make predictions. Based on what they have observed about small ice chunks, ...
Climate Postcards Lisa Gardiner
Students learn about the climate zones of the world by interpreting graphed data, identifying climate zones described in postcards, and deciding what they should pack to visit each of the locations ...
What is Weather?
This activity introduces the concept of weather. Students follow the first stages of the scientific process to investigate the four factors that contribute to making weather what it is.
The Sun Warms Earth
These videos capture how the sun warms the Earth with support materials for teachers and students. Students will make observations to use as evidence that sunlight warms Earth's surface.