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Fish out of water - Science (6,7,8). Can a fish breathe out of water? Can you breathe under water? What about frogs: where and how do they breathe?

Fish out of water - Science (6,7,8). Can a fish breathe out of water? Can you breathe under water? What about frogs: where and how do they breathe?

Plant lab - Science (5,6,7,8,9). Design and run an investigation into the effects of four variables - nitrogen, temperature, light intensity and light.

Plant lab - Science (5,6,7,8,9). Design and run an investigation into the effects of four variables - nitrogen, temperature, light intensity and light.

pH: what is pH? (Years 7-9). Students are introduced to the key concepts associated with pH. They use four different chemical tests to distinguish acids and bases in everyday household items and rank solutions in order of acidity.  Students use the pH scale, a pH meter and a universal indicator to distinguish acidic, basic and neutral solutions and to identify mystery solutions. Includes an option to explore the mathematical basis of the pH scale.

pH: what is pH? (Years 7-9). Students are introduced to the key concepts associated with pH. They use four different chemical tests to distinguish acids and bases in everyday household items and rank solutions in order of acidity. Students use the pH scale, a pH meter and a universal indicator to distinguish acidic, basic and neutral solutions and to identify mystery solutions. Includes an option to explore the mathematical basis of the pH scale.

Easy to make! Get the full how to for these velcro dot sticks. Great for Busy bags, manipulatives, learning tool and a host of other ideas!

Easy to make! Get the full how to for these velcro dot sticks. Great for Busy bags, manipulatives, learning tool and a host of other ideas!

Like the simple tree with the colorful circles. Jamestown Elementary Art Blog: Jamestown Elementary: "Reaching our unique growth potential"

Like the simple tree with the colorful circles. Jamestown Elementary Art Blog: Jamestown Elementary: "Reaching our unique growth potential"