In this activity, students are introduced to the concepts of static and kinetic friction and discover how the type of surface involved affects the strength of the frictional force.
In this activity, students work together to put a food chain in order. Each student is labeled as one of the organisms that is part of the food chain.
In this lesson, students learn the concept of metamorphosis in an organism's life cycle by studying the growth and development of butterflies, frogs, and dragonflies.
Lesson is posted with permission from the Perkins School for the Blind.
In this activity students model seafloor spreading and the position of newer rock and older rock in relation to the mid-oceanic ridge.
In this activity, students are introduced to the three states of matter by examining tactile models illustrating the characteristics of particles in each state. Note: This activity is specifically designed to be used with visually impaired students, but can be used with any group of students.
In this activity, students put cotton balls, crushed paper, and sand in boxes with different sizes to explore the relationship between mass, volume, and density.