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Science - 6th Grade

6th Grade Science Quiz 1

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Curiosity: Human Evolution : Video : Discovery Channel

Curiosity studies the complex evolution of human life as we know it today. Learn more on Curiosity's "Mankind Rising"!

National Optical Astronomy Observatory

Dr. Stephen Pompea with the Galileoscope in Paris during the IYA2009 opening ceremonies. Dr. Stephen Pompea is the Manger of Science Education at the National Optical Astronomy Observatory and editor of Great Ideas for Teaching Astronomy, 3rd edition, and half a dozen other books on teaching about astronomy.

Planet Diary Space Activity

Pluto was kicked off the official list of planets in 2006 after astronomers fine-tuned the definition of a planet. It became one of the newly-named dwarf planets. In this Planet Diary activity, you'll learn what it takes to get admitted to this "club." Then you'll meet its current members.

Outer Planets - Earth Science in Maine
Describe main features of the outer planets and their moons. Compare the outer planets to each other and to Earth. Galilean moons gas giants Great Red Spot outer planets planetary rings Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune are the outer planets of our solar system. These are the four planets farthest from the Sun.
ScienceCasts: The Zero Gravity Coffee Cup
Read http://science.nasa.gov/science-news/science-at-nasa/2013/15jul_coffeecup/ for more! Drinking coffee in space is surprisingly tricky. Physicists researching the strange behavior of fluids onboard the International Space Station have invented a zero-g coffee cup to make the morning "cuppa Joe" a little easier to swallow.
Class Tech Tips: DIY Human Body for Science Activities

The Resource for Education Technology Leaders focusing on K-12 educators. Site contains a Software Reviews Database, articles from Technology & Learning Magazine, articles from Educators in Educators' eZine, Event and Contest listings, Reader suggested Web sites, and weekly news updates on education technology leaders."

STEM Resource Series: Over 70 Stemtastic Sites, Pt. 2

The Resource for Education Technology Leaders focusing on K-12 educators. Site contains a Software Reviews Database, articles from Technology & Learning Magazine, articles from Educators in Educators' eZine, Event and Contest listings, Reader suggested Web sites, and weekly news updates on education technology leaders."

Chemistry Vocabulary 6th Grade

52 terms · element, matter, compound, physical property, chemical property, Physical Change, Chemical Change, Mass, Volume, density, melting point, Boiling point, Vaporization, Evaporation, Precipitate, Reactivity, W

Chem4Kids.com: Matter

Matter is everything around you. Atoms and molecules are all composed of matter. Matter is anything that has mass and takes up space. If you are new to the idea of mass, it is the amount of stuff in an object. We talk about the difference between mass and weight in another section.

Color Changing Milk

Pour enough milk in the dinner plate to completely cover the bottom to the depth of about 1/4 inch. Allow the milk to settle. Add one drop of each of the four colors of food coloring - red, yellow, blue, and green - to the milk.

Why Does a Feather Fall Slower than an Elephant

Suppose that an elephant and a feather are dropped off a very tall building from the same height at the same time. We will assume the realistic situation that both feather and elephant encounter air resistance. Which object - the elephant or the feather - will hit the ground first? The animation at the right accurately depicts this situation. The motion of the elephant and the feather in the presence of air resistance is shown. Further, the acceleration of each object is represented by a vector arrow.

How Fast Is Falling Rain?

How fast do raindrops fall? Physics professor and blogger Rhett Allain crunches the numbers to find out.