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Investigating Circuit Design– Solar Cells

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STC Secondary: Investigating Circuit Design

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Explore Smithsonian: How Can Electricity Correct a Telescope in Outer Space?

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STC-Secondary™: Researching Optical Systems

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Mini Golf Motion

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Floating and Sinking– Investigating Boat Designs

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Floating and Sinking– Weighing Floaters and Sinkers

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Electric Circuits– Making a Filament

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STC Secondary: Exploring the Nature of Light

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Sound– Lesson 6: Vibrations We Can't See

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Sound– Lesson 2: How Sound Travels

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Explore Smithsonian: Dr. Avi Loeb - Jr. Professor of Science

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Experimenting with Mixtures, Compounds, and Elements– Drying Chromotography Paper

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Stories of Women in STEM at the Smithsonian

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STC Program: Electrical Energy and Circuit Design Unit Kit

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Exploring Properties of Matter– Other Surface Features

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What is Our Evidence That We Live On A Changing Earth?
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What Is Our Evidence That We Live on a Changing Earth?

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Explore Smithsonian: James Smithson - The Founder of the Smithsonian

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Motion and Design– Lesson 1: Designing Vehicles: Getting Started

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Experimenting with Forces of Motion– The Force of Friction

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Motion and Design– Safety with Building Pieces

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BumperDucks

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Experimenting with Mixtures, Compounds, and Elements– Organization!

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Experimenting with Forces of Motion– The Mousetrap Car

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Sound — Lessons 1-4: Materials

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STCMS™: Energy, Forces, and Motion

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Sugar Simulation

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Motion and Design– "The Explore Build" Extension Activity

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Sound– Lesson 1: Thinking about Sound

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How Can We Identify Materials Based On Their Properties?
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How Can We Identify Materials Based on Their Properties?

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