Helen Mcintyre
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These 40+ free STEM websites: science, technology, engineering, and mathematics are for grades 6-12, and great for teaching STEM.

These 40+ free STEM websites: science, technology, engineering, and mathematics are for grades 6-12, and great for teaching STEM.

Have you ever wondered why chemistry is so important? Why do we study chemistry? We all are made of chemicals and everything around us is made of chemicals. Everything we hear, see, smell, taste, and touch involves chemistry and chemicals (matter). Hearing, seeing, tasting, and touching all involve ...

Have you ever wondered why chemistry is so important? Why do we study chemistry? We all are made of chemicals and everything around us is made of chemicals. Everything we hear, see, smell, taste, and touch involves chemistry and chemicals (matter). Hearing, seeing, tasting, and touching all involve ...

This is a pack of 100 task cards that highlight social scenarios and situations that kids can discuss and identify how they would solve each situation. The social situation cards are organized into five different sets that target different situations: With friends, with family, in classes, in the hallway and cafeteria, and online and texting.These cards are great for students with social difficulties and those who are rigid and might get "stuck" in their way of thinking.

This is a pack of 100 task cards that highlight social scenarios and situations that kids can discuss and identify how they would solve each situation. The social situation cards are organized into five different sets that target different situations: With friends, with family, in classes, in the hallway and cafeteria, and online and texting.These cards are great for students with social difficulties and those who are rigid and might get "stuck" in their way of thinking.

Whodunnit?This activity is designed for a single 45 minute class period.  However, it can be extended to two class periods (or more) if you want your students to present their findings.The mystery hinges on your students' ability to use the f=ma formula and critical thinking in order to solve the crime, including whodunit and what weapon the perpetrator used.

Whodunnit?This activity is designed for a single 45 minute class period. However, it can be extended to two class periods (or more) if you want your students to present their findings.The mystery hinges on your students' ability to use the f=ma formula and critical thinking in order to solve the crime, including whodunit and what weapon the perpetrator used.