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Floating and Sinking– How is Salt Water Different from Fresh Water?

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Investigating Circuit Design– Generating Electric Energy

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What Explains Similarities and Differences Between Organisms?

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Sound– Lesson 2: How Sound Travels

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STCMS™: Electricity, Waves, and Information Transfer (2018)

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Experimenting with Forces of Motion– Materials Considerations

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Animal Studies– Materials Management

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Explore Smithsonian: How do Orchids Attract Pollinators?

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

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Floating and Sinking– Investigating Boat Designs

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Explore Smithsonian: How Does a Curator of Great Cats Monitor the Health of Individual Lions in a Pride?

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

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Life Cycle of Butterflies– Lesson 8: Observing the Crysalis

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How Can We Predict Patterns of Motion?

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Floating and Sinking– Which Things Float? Which Things Sink?

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Life Cycle of Butterflies– Lesson 1: Getting Ready for Caterpillars

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Explore Smithsonian: How do Scientists use Electricity to Study Fish Populations?

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Development and Reproduction– Wisconsin Fast Plants Beginning the Cycle

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Explore Smithsonian: What can we Learn from Lion Poop?

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STC-Secondary™: Researching Optical Systems

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Explore Smithsonian: How can Scientists Track the Movement of an Invasive Species of Fish?

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

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Investigating Biodiversity and Interdependence– Investigating Fungi

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Experimenting with Mixtures, Compounds, and Elements– Separating Solutes (Preparation for Lesson)

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Organisms– Literacy Integration

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Life Cycle of Butterflies– Literacy Integration: Nonfiction 1 - Multiple Intelligence Retell

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Life Cycle of Butterflies– Lesson 3: Learning More About Caterpillars

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Keep it Balanced

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STC Secondary: Experimenting with Forces and Motion

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Life Cycle of Butterflies– Literacy Inegration: Nonfiction 2 - Multiple Intelligence Retell

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