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

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Exploring Planetary Systems– The Solar System:Design

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Exploring Properties of Matter– Other Surface Features

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Sound– Lesson 10: Changing the Pitch by Changing the Tension

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Floating and Sinking– Weighing Floaters and Sinkers

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Ecosystems– Notebooking Strategies

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Life Cycle of Butterflies– Lesson 8: Observing the Crysalis

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Motion and Design– Safety with Building Pieces

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Life Cycle of Butterflies– Literacy Integration: Fiction

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Exploring Plate Tectonics– Convection in the Mantle

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Explore Smithsonian: How do Scientists Track and Monitor Blue Crab Populations in the Chesapeake Bay?

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Floating and Sinking– Investigating Boat Designs

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Rocks and Minerals– Creating Take Home Field Guides

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Land and Water– Lesson 2/3 The Water Cycle: Modeling Land and Water

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

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Ecosystems– Lesson 2: Setting up the Terrarium

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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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Investigating Biodiversity and Interdependence– Investigating Fungi

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Exploring Planetary Systems– Other Surface Features: Don't Hurry the Slurry

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Soils– Lesson 6: How Quickly Do Soils Settle in Water?

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Soils– Organizing the Distribution Center

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Land and Water– Literacy Extension

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Exploring Plate Tectonics– Recording Earthquake Waves

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Expedition: Insects

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Sound– Lesson 1: Thinking about Sound

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Experimenting with Forces of Motion– The Mousetrap Car

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Sound– Lesson 8: Making a Model Eardrum

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Sound– Lesson 9: Making Sounds with Strings

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Explore Smithsonian: How Can We Know About the Reproductive Cycle of an Animal by Its Poop?

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

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