In this inquiry activity, students will explore structures around their environment and pose questions related to form and function. They will use the technological problem-solving process to design and build a workable structure to investigate form and function concepts. They will relate their findings to established scientific facts and produce a scaled model of a structure, or the structure itself.
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This activity can be an engaging way for students to visualize how ionic compounds are formed and where their formulas come from. Although it will take time to create the decks of cards the first... read more
Through a series of explorations, students will examine our relationship with the celestial bodies and consider how these bodies have benefited humanity and influenced life on Earth. Students will... read more
In this inquiry-based activity, students will design and build a model of a greenhouse using mirrors and/or lenses that can be used to grow food all year. They will use their knowledge of optics to... read more