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Scientific Method

What You’ll Need to Complete these Activities:

Can You See it – Potato Chip Lab:

  • A bag of potato or tortilla chips (A sturdy chip (like Ruffles, Fritos Corn Chips, Doritos, etc.) works best here, and you can reuse chips from class to class if needed.)
  • Potato Chip Observation Template (included in PDF)
  • Pens or pencils
  • Crayons/colored pencils

Lab Tools:

What Specimen is That?

There’s a Method to the Madness – Bellwork Activity:

  • Tooth brush
  • Floss
  • Toothpaste
  • Cup for rinsing

Swimming In Science STEM Lab:

Science Cubing

Don’t Burst My Bubble – Bubble Gum Lab

Cells

What You’ll Need to Complete these Activities:

Cell Organelles: Animal or Plant? Lab

Cell Processes: Why Are Cells So Small? Lab

Chromatography: Exploring the Color of Plants Lab

Cellular Processes: Is There Life on Other Planets

Moving Across the Membrane: Osmosis and Diffusion lab

  • Three 250 ml beakers or other clear container (per student group or per demonstration)
  • Balance beam
  • Sugar or corn syrup
  • Salt
  • One raisin and one grape (per student group or demonstration)

Microscope Parts and “e” Lab

Genetics

What You’ll Need to Complete these Activities:

Let’s Mix it Up – A Venture into Hybridization Card Activity:

My Fruit is Alive DNA Extraction Lab

Phenylthiocarbamide Says WHAT?!? Lab

Evolution

What You’ll Need to Complete these Activities:

Building Beasts:

May the Best Beak Win:

How Old is That Fossil?

  • Scissors
  • 1/2 sheet of White paper per student
  • Pencils

Human Anatomy

What You’ll Need to Complete these Activities:

Cardiovascular System Pump it Up Lab

  • Stopwatch or phone timer
  • Chair
  • Room to move around

Digestive System Trek the Tract Activity

Integumentary System Skin Sensitivity Lab

Muscular System In a Blink Muscle Action lab

  • Recycled paper from your waste can
  • Transparent film such as saran wrap, blank over head transparency, or goggles
  • Stopwatch or phone timer

Nervous System Catch Me if You Can Lab

Respiratory System Don’t Hold Your Breath Lung Capacity Lab

Skeletal System Dem Crazy Bones Project

Taxonomy & Classification

What You’ll Need to Complete these Activities:

Are You Contagious Epidemic Lab:

Mushroom Dissection

Lily Dissection

Invertebrate Mobile Project

  • Depending on student design choice: miscellaneous items such as poster board, cardboard, toilet paper tubes, coat hangers, index cards, string, any materials found in your recycling bin, etc. to build your project.

Frog 3/D Model for Pre/Post/Virtual Dissection

**(Lesson is sold separately from this bundle and found here.)

To implement a Frog Dissection, the following materials would be needed:

Earthworm 3/D Model for Pre/Post/Virtual Dissection

**(Lesson is sold separately from this bundle and found here.)

To implement an Earthworm Dissection, the following materials would be needed:

Ecology

What You’ll Need to Complete these Activities:

Biome Diorama Project:

  • Shoe box
  • Tissue paper
  • Glue and glue gun
  • Scissors
  • Crayons/colored pencils
  • Crafty materials such as plastic animal and plant figurines, yarn, puff balls, glitter, stickers, realistic miniature trees and plants, you name it! You can supply them or have your students bring them from home.

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