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Students will learn about the parts of an insect and their function and then will design and build their ultimate insect.
Students will gain an understanding of performing a controlled experiment and how different variables affect the distance travelled by a stomp rocket.
Students will be able to describe the water cycle by creating and observing a model.
Students will participate in a hands-on exploration to observe how varying materials absorb solar energy differently.
Students will plan, construct, test, and modify solar cookers with a variety of materials, collaboratively describe how different materials react to solar energy, and evaluate materials for utilizing solar energy.
Students will play a game in order to model how and why people have to work together in order to prevent overuse or destruction of natural resources.
Students will gain an understanding of the law of reflection by tracing the path that light travels, and designing a periscope to demonstrate understanding.
Students will gain an understanding of how a simple hovercraft uses the forces of motion to move.
Students will gain an understanding of the comparative size of the objects in our Solar System and the great distances between them.
Students will investigate the physical characteristics of rocks and minerals to identify the diamond. Focusing on hardness, students will use the Mohs Scale in their investigation. By process of elimination they will identify the diamond.