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Neat Science Treats SET

Grades 4 to 8 - eBook - Lesson Plan

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Order #: RHPSET105 ISBN13: 978-1-77167-525-3 Grades: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Reading Level: 4-8 Total Page: 95 Author: Rob Nelson and Marci Haines
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Our Neat Science Treats SET combines both titles in one bundle:

RHPA165 - Technology Teasers
RHPA212 - Exciting Inventions

About Technology Teasers:
Engage your students with our collection of 20 challenges relevant to the technology of mechanisms, electronics, and control. The challenges are centered on cogs, pulleys, electrical circuits and so on. Each challenge problem needs to be solved through using technological principles ideally reached via authentic "real-life" contexts. The aim of the challenges in this book is to help students develop some aspects of their "technological literacy" that they can then apply to problems that they come up with for themselves. Although only one solution is offered, there are many others equally or better suited to the problem, and students should be encouraged to try a range of ideas.

About Exciting Inventions:
A baker who liked to throw around empty pie tins invented the Frisbee. An eleven-year-old boy invented the Popsicle after he left his soda pop and water concoction on the back porch one winter. Exciting inventions is sure to motivate and maximize your students learning outcomes. Core content, direct instruction format, student activities to demonstrate knowledge and a reproducible student handbook are included. Plenty of optional lessons are also included. This lesson is filled with major project ideas to create and display original inventions at an Invention Convention.

This Physical Science Set provides a teacher and student section with a variety of reading passages, activities, crossword, word search and answer key to create a well-rounded lesson plan.

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