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The Carbon Cycle
Cool Guy Carbon shares about his adventures over the past millions of years.
A simple interactive that helps students understand the basics of photosynthesis.
Cellular Respiration Interactive
A simple interactive that helps students understand the basics of cellular respiration.
In this interactive, the trait of floppy or straight ears is used as a simplified example of how genes affect traits.
First learn about the internal anatomy of the frog and then drag and drop the labels to the correct internal organ.
This simple interactive explains that all matter has mass and takes up space, the tools for measuring mass and volume, and the difference between mass and weight.
History of the Understanding of Atoms
Learn about how the ideas of Democritus and findings of Dalton, Thomson, and Rutherford changed our understanding of matter.
Learn how to use the number of protons, neutrons, and electrons in an atom to determine its identity, mass number, and charge.
FREE PDF to Use with Interactive
Use PhET's Build and Atom simulation to review your understanding of atoms.
FREE Google Forms Atoms Digital Lesson
The Atoms and Atoms Simulation interactives include codes for a Google Form and 10 questions to check for understanding.
Periodic Table Part 1
Help build the periodic table and then learn about the different elements and groups.
Periodic Table Part 2
Use an interactive periodic table to answer questions.
Periodic Table Games
Test your understanding of the periodic table. Race to see how fast you can place the labels.
Time Machine: Periodic Table
Answer questions about the periodic table of elements to recover the lifesaving code hidden throughout history!
Periodic Table Bingo Cards
Each of the 50 bingo cards are filled with the first 20 elements, Fe, Ni, Cu, Ag, and Au. Students move markers over the pieces and can access a provided periodic table.
Build on your understanding of atoms as you learn about, identify, and build molecules. Note: This interactive includes PhET's Build a Molecule simulation.
UPDATED! You are locked in school on your birthday! Answer the questions about density to unlock the school's security system and get home in time for your party!
This is a very quick review of mass, volume, density, and what floats.
Matter and Energy
WILD WILD EARTH: Parts 1-4
Enjoy the sites and creatures of Australia, Asia, Europe, and Africa as you learn about matter and energy.
Energy and Its Many Forms
Explore 5 forms of energy and use Phet's "Energy Forms and Changes" simulation to answer questions about how energy changes from one form to another.
New! Why Does Ice Float?
Great for before winter break! Students use PhET's States of Matter simulation to explore states of matter and discover that ice is less dense than liquid water and therefore floats.
States of Matter Escape Room
This virtual escape room includes many visual effects and a funny story line that addresses the states of matter and the changes of states of matter.
Click here for a FREE activity that compliments the interactive.
Kinetic and Potential Energy
Guided questions to accompany PhET's Skate Park to help students explore kinetic and potential energy, friction, and the conservation of energy.
En español - Thanks to some AWESOME teachers in Mexico, this interactive has been translated into Spanish!
Mechanical Waves: UPDATED
You are abducted by aliens and must answer questions about waves in order to get home! Thankfully, Ditto is there to help!
Note: This is an updated version of this interactive that includes several PhET simulations!
FORCES and MOTION
You and a friend have been invited to participate in the UTAH WILDERNESS CHALLENGE! Ride ATVs, parachute, run, and bike your way to victory as you answer questions about forces and motion.
Sugar and Salt Crystals
Compare magnified images of sugar and salt crystals and learn about why they are shaped the way they are.
Science Investigation Notebook-
Genially and Google Slides Versions
This science investigation notebook is a downloadable and editable. It can be used with the "design an experiment" (or any other experiment). The basic genially account is free. The Google Slides version is free on TPT.
Design an Experiment
Students learn about experimental design while investigating how quickly or how well people can complete tasks under different circumstances.