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As an introduction to earthquakes, your child will watch a few short videos (including a demonstration) and answer comprehension questions. As an optional extension activity, you can have them recreate the demonstration from one of the videos to explain how earthquakes happen to your family!
With this short and sweet resource, your child can practice labeling the parts of a dandelion flower.
Have fun exploring, experimenting with, creating with, and learning about dandelions as a family!
Encourage your child to write, sketch, and think about things they observe while out in nature! Grab some clipboards, pencils, the observation sheets in this document, and a magnifying glass (if you have one handy). Have fun observing, wondering about, and exploring nature together!
Your child can learn about Katherine Johnson and how her amazing math skills helped put the first men on the moon in this watch and respond activity!
Learn about the woman who transformed the face of the Kenyan landscape by starting a movement that resulted in the planting of over 30 million trees, professor and Nobel Prize winner Wangari Maathai!
During this lesson, your child can engage in literacy, S.T.E.M, and art activities as they learn about the history of and explore different techniques to use when coloring with crayons!
Your child will briefly learn about renewable energy as they think about their prior knowledge, generate questions, and watch a video to learn more.
Your child will gather information from 2 or more sources to learn about some of the women who had an impact on early aviation. As they compile information, they will create a timeline to show what they have learned.
Your child will explore the properties of bubbles, experiment with different ways to create bubbles, and more with engaging activities, video options, and resources!
Your child will learn about many interesting ways that animals use bubbles to survive. They will categorize ways animals use bubbles, see bubble netting in action, and as an extension option, they will have the opportunity to explore why humans enjoy bubbles as they follow a bubble recipe and complete an art project or experiment!
After conducting research and taking notes, your child will experiment with creating their own working model of a tsunami as the explore how tsunamis form, the impact they can have on the coast, and how doing things such as planting mangrove trees can protect the coast.
Introduce your child to the brilliant mathematician Hypatia in this Watch and Respond resource where your child will watch a short video and complete response questions.
Your child will learn about the origins of the Iditarod as they watch a brief video and use creative thinking as they complete response activities. They will even have the option of figuring out how long it would take them to walk, bike, or run the distance of the original journey!
In this lesson, your child will learn about the Hollywood movie stary who invented technology during WWII that is the basis for wifi, bluetooth and cell phone technology we use today! Your child will explore the life of Hedy Lamarr and her invention through books, videos and a STEM experiment involving a remote control car!