Learning Exercises

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Part of Radioactive Decay Lesson Course: Chemistry see more

PowerPoint Presentation notes for Radioactive Decay Lesson see more

This lesson attempts to teach how radioactive decay works. A two question warm-up will be ready for students as class... see more

An introduction of the Law of Universal Gravitation to get a better understanding of the force of attration between two... see more

Students will use a map of Mars to measure the height and width of Mars' four largest volcanoes. They will decide what... see more

The nature of light and color is discussed. What color means in a photograph is demonstrated. Course: Earth... see more

Students will access the internet to complete a chart with a variety of information about 8 specific bodies in our solar... see more

Galaxies are clusters of billions stars and may have different shapes. State Standard 4a Course: Astronomy see more

Students can compare the different landing sites of the moon. see more

Terrific site that shows the graph that will result from a variety of parameters that you input for weight, speed,... see more

Worksheet to give students a direction and focus in using the Stellarium program. see more

Students will be divided into five groups. Each group will be given three pictures of space objects. As a group they will... see more

Lots of great links, vocabulary and projects about magnets see more

See assignment on mirror URL see more

It is difficult to get an idea of the relative sizes of the sun and planets in our solar system. In this activity you... see more

Fun activity that incorporates candy (what all kids like) into their learning experience. see more

Great visual depiction of all the elements with thumbnail encyclopedic info (name, date and place of discovery). see more

This is a powerpoint lesson that can be used to introduce the Google Mars website. Course: Earth Science see more

This is a worksheet that students can fill out to try to prove that their crater is the best on on Mars. Course: Earth... see more

This assignment can be used to get students to analyze the surface of Mars. Course: Earth Science see more

After completing the activity, Your Age on Other Planets, use this lab to understand Kepler's 1st Law on eccentricy.... see more

After completing the activity, Your Age on Other Planets, use this lab to understand Kepler's 1st Law on eccentricy.... see more

Create a classroom chart of planetary information gathered from the internet. Course: Astronomy see more

Question and answer page about stars, star clusters and their ages based on the color they appear. Course: 8th Grade... see more