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Students work in pairs to pick black and white beads out of a bag to represent the percent of renewable and nonrenewable resources used in different countries, and then graph the information.
Do Different Colors Absorb Heat Better?
This is a STEM activity to learn how different colors absorb light better than others. Vocabulary and investigating questions are included to facilitate discussion, and a rubric is provided for ...
What is a watershed?
In this activity students build a model of a watershed to learn where water goes when it rains. Students then make predictions and draw what they observe.
Ice Globes | Winter
This short video focuses on how the melting of snow creates a more sticky substance that is easier to make snowballs with.
El Niño 101
This video explains what El Niño is and provides the definition of El Niño. It goes into detail about the devastating terrestrial and aquatic effects El Niño can have on living organisms and the ...
Flow: Currents and Climate
This video introduces viewers to oceanic thermohaline circulation - the system of global ocean currents that cycle warm and cold water across the planet.
In this activity, students will use hot and cold water to see how fluids at different temperatures move around in convection currents.
Renewable Energy 101
This is a National Geographic video that defines renewable energy and discusses the benefits and drawbacks of different examples.
Pika Models + Climate Change
Students explore the life of pikas, tiny mammals that live in alpine areas, and how they are being impacted by climate change. After a brief introduction which includes a reading, a short video, and ...