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      • Thumb image for WintergreenResource Type: Document

        Wintergreen

        Grades: TK/K to 12
        Subjects: Weather, Climate & Atmosphere, Earth & Space Science, Earth's Resources, Ecology & Ecosystems and 11 additional..
        In this outdoor, winter activity, learners find living green plants under the snow and determine the light and temperature condi...
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        Winter Field Lab: Snow Hydrology

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        This field activity may be implemented during late winter or early spring when things have not quite thawed. Students collect th...
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      • Thumb image for Winter Field Lab: Pond HydrologyResource Type: Website / HyperLink

        Winter Field Lab: Pond Hydrology

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        Subjects: No subjects selected.
        This field activity may be implemented during late winter or early spring when things have not quite thawed. From a frozen pond,...
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        Wingin' It

        Grades: TK/K to 9
        Subjects: Bonding & Compounds, Engineering & Design, Physics, Weather, Climate & Atmosphere and 4 additional..
        How high can you fly? Build and test an airplane wing with some paper, cardboard, skewers, and a fan. You will also be learning ...
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      • Thumb image for Wingin' ItResource Type: Document

        Wingin' It

        Grades: TK/K to 9
        Subjects: Technology, Measurement, Tools, and Data Analysis, Engineering & Design, Physics and 3 additional..
        Students learn about the Bernoulli effect by building an airfoil (airplane wing) and making it fly. They make simple wings out o...
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      • Thumb image for WINDS: Measuring Ocean Winds from SpaceResource Type: Website / HyperLink

        WINDS: Measuring Ocean Winds from Space

        Grades: No grades selected.
        Subjects: Weather, Climate & Atmosphere, Current Science, Agriculture & Natural Resources
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        Windmills

        Grades: TK/K to 6
        Subjects: Technology, Measurement, Tools, and Data Analysis, Physics, Weather, Climate & Atmosphere and 6 additional..
        In this physics activity (page 8-9 of the PDF), learners will explore wind energy. They will build their own windmill and see ho...
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        Wind Tunnel

        Grades: TK/K to 9
        Subjects: Technology, Measurement, Tools, and Data Analysis, Engineering & Design, Physics and 4 additional..
        Scientists use enormous wind tunnels to test the design of planes, helicopters, even the Space Shuttle. In this simulation activ...
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      • Thumb image for Wind TubesResource Type: Document

        Wind Tubes

        Grades: TK/K to 12
        Subjects: Engineering & Design, Physics, Weather, Climate & Atmosphere, Chemistry, Earth & Space Science
        In this activity, learners create and experiment with wind tubes. These tubes are a playful and inventive way to explore the eff...
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      • Thumb image for Wind Mapping with BubblesResource Type: Website / HyperLink

        Wind Mapping with Bubbles

        Grades: TK/K to 6
        Subjects: Weather, Climate & Atmosphere, Earth & Space Science, Earth's Resources, Geology & the Dynamic Earth
        Discover the wind's direction using bubbles, a map and a keen eye. Learners blow bubbles and note their general direction on a m...
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      • Thumb image for Wilsonia citrina: InformationResource Type: Website / HyperLink

        Wilsonia citrina: Information

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        Wilsonia citrina: Information
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        Will It Float?

        Grades: TK/K to 9
        Subjects: Personal and Community Health, Properties of Matter, Current Science, Human Anatomy & Physiology
        Student preconceptions are one of the greatest challenges we face as science teachers. This Predict, Explain, Observe, and Expla...
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      • Thumb image for Wildland fires in YellowstoneResource Type: Website / HyperLink

        Wildland fires in Yellowstone

        Grades: No grades selected.
        Subjects: Life Sciences
        This Yellowstone National Park website is the home page for wildland fire information. Fire information is presented as links, a...
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      • Thumb image for Wikipatterns.comResource Type: Website / HyperLink

        Wikipatterns.com

        Grades: PS/Pre-K to 12
        Subjects: Technology, Measurement, Tools, and Data Analysis, Network Design and Systems, Information Technology, Web 2.0 & Social Networking
        This site provides a guide to the major stages of wiki adoption. It explores patterns of behavior that encourage wiki use and an...
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      • Thumb image for Why is Antarctica the Windiest Place on Earth?Resource Type: Website / HyperLink

        Why is Antarctica the Windiest Place on Earth?

        Grades: TK/K to 9
        Subjects: Weather, Climate & Atmosphere, Heat & Thermodynamics, Earth & Space Science, States of Matter (solids, liquids, gases), Earth's Resources
        This site contains teacher tools, which include downloadable readings, detailed daily breakdowns of tasks, teacher strategies fo...
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      • Thumb image for Why do some things float while other things sink?Resource Type: Website / HyperLink

        Why do some things float while other things sink?

        Grades: No grades selected.
        Subjects: Mathematics, Education, Child Development & Family Services
        Students investigate the concept of density through inquiry-based experiments and exploration.
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      • Thumb image for Why do Paleobotanists Believe in a Cretaceous Origin of Angiosperms?Resource Type: Website / HyperLink

        Why do Paleobotanists Believe in a Cretaceous Origin of Angiosperms?

        Grades: No grades selected.
        Subjects: Evolution and Adaptation, Life Sciences
        This technical article questions the interpretation that Angiosperms first appeared in the Cretaceous Period. Although this arti...
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      • Thumb image for Why Do Eclipses Happen?Resource Type: Document

        Why Do Eclipses Happen?

        Grades: TK/K to 12
        Subjects: Our Solar System, Earth & Space Science
        This fun and simple hands-on astronomy activity lets learners create 3D models of the Earth, Moon and Sun to demonstrate solar a...
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        Whodunit?

        Grades: TK/K to 6
        Subjects: Physics, Experimentation and the Scientific Method, Chemistry, Chemical Reactions & Stoichiometry and 4 additional..
        In this fascinating and fun experiment, learners use chemistry to identify a mystery powder and solve a "crime" -- a process sim...
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      • Thumb image for Who Goes There?Resource Type: Document

        Who Goes There?

        Grades: TK/K to 9
        Subjects: Structure and Function in Living Things, Earth & Space Science, Life Sciences, Ecology & Ecosystems and 2 additional..
        In this outdoor, night activity, learners track nocturnal animals' footprints, droppings and other signs of their presence. By s...
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