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During this project, students will first learn about growth mindset by reading an informational article about Carol Dweck’s work. Then, they’ll select a famous person in history with a growth mindset. They’ll choose from 14 famous leaders and pioneers in their fields for the basis of their research. Students will research their famous person as they respond to targeted research questions. While researching, they’ll be on the lookout for ways that the famous person had a growth mindset. Next, the
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Cool Science Experiments for Kids – Get your kids interested in STEM → science, technology, engineering, and math with these easy science projects using physics and chemistry. Create a glitter tornado, shine pennies then turn them green, and catch ice on a string using supplies you have around the house. Smart is the New Cool! #free printable #STEM #lesson plan
Easily help your students understand the parts of our blood with relatable characters. Students can read about the jobs each part of the blood has before they begin to make their own. Using household materials students can make sample blood with all of the familiar parts. This is one of the amazing lessons in my student centered, project based inquiry unit on the Human Body.
Get your students pumped up for spring and STEM! Conduct an experiment to see which water bottle filled with jelly beans will land vertically the most times. Students make a prediction and test their hypothesis. After they have completed their activity, there is time for reflection on what worked and what didn't. It aligns with the NGSS (Next Generation Science Standards).