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In this activity, learners create a garden in a disposable glove. They learn about the conditions necessary to make the seeds sprout and actively participate in caring for their plants.
In this biology activity (page 3 of the PDF), learners will explore how plants turn sunlight into food through a process called photosynthesis.
In this hands-on botany activity, learners sprout vegetables in film canisters.
In this activity, learners explore the human influences on the carbon cycle and examine how fossil fuels release carbon.
In this activity, learners explore the structure of plant leaves. Learners find out what happens when they coat either the top or bottom sides of leaves with petroleum jelly.
In this activity, learners use food scraps from the kitchen to grow new vegetables.
In this experiment using sprigs of Elodea, learners will observe a natural process that removes carbon dioxide (CO2) from Earth's atmosphere.
In this activity, learners plant seeds and watch them sprout and grow inside a CD case.
In this online interactive, learners use fossils to infer temperatures 55 million years ago, at the sites where the fossils were found.
In this food science activity, learners conduct an experiment that demonstrates the importance of light to plants.
In this activity (on page 1), learners role play as atoms to explore how atoms can be rearranged to make different materials.
In this hands-on activity, learners will become familiar with the special adaptations of rainforest plants and discover the conditions needed for tropical trees to survive along with what can impinge
In this long-term activity, learners make a home for a colorful community of microorganisms.
In this culinary activity, learners use multiple senses (sight, smell, touch, and taste!) to explore real seaweed samples.
In this activity, groups of learners work together to create edible models of chemicals involved in autotrophic nutrition.
In this activity, learners take on the role of a carbon atom and record which reservoirs in the carbon cycle they visit.
In this activity, learners gain knowledge about how carbon moves through all four of the Earth’s major spheres (biosphere, hydrosphere, atmosphere, and lithosphere), and understand how humans influenc
In this game, learners walk through an imaginary Carbon Cycle and explore the ways in which carbon is stored in reservoirs and the processes that transport the carbon atom from one location to another
In this creative roleplay activity, learners will explore the various processes of the carbon cycle using movement and props to aid in comprehension.
This activity provides an opportunity for learners to observe and examine how carbon dioxide, water, and light produce glucose/starch through a process called photosynthesis.