• Adaptation Extravaganza

    Third, fourth, and fifth grade students will be able to explore animal and plant changes that is influenced by climate, food access and survival needs. The Heard Museum will send a representative or a group of representatives to present activities that will actively involve our students in the adaptation changes of animals and plants, furthermore bringing their nonfiction reading to life. 

    Rountree - Cristen Allen

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  • All Hands on Science!

    All Hands on Science will allow the 132 kindergarten students at Lindsey Elementary to engage more thoroughly in scientific exploration and discovery by putting science tools and materials into their hands. These science tools, including hand lenses and magnets, will be used by hundreds of students in the years to comes.

    Lindsey - Cherry Ertsos

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  • Atomic Madness!!

    Hands-on models help students visualize and build atomic models as they learn about atoms, electron charges, and periodic elements.

    Ford - Mary Claire March

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  • Bolin's Robotics Club

    Bolin's Robotics Club meets every week after school to work in collaborative groups to complete different challenges with an assortment of robotics. After designing, building, and programming, the club members will present their robot challenge to their peers. 

    Bolin - Allyson Kennaugh

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  • Can't Stop, Won't Stop, BrainPOP! 4-6

    BrainPOP engages students through informative animated movies, learning games, interactive quizzes, vocabulary and writing activities, and more. The animated clips feature Tim and Moby, two humorous characters, that "hook" the students in, in order to illustrate complex subject matter. It is easy to use for teachers, students and parents with 24/7 access. 

    Reed - Tanya Johanson

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  • Conductivity is a Chemistry Thing Too!

    Students learn to use a conductivity sensor to determine types of unknown substances, relative concentrations of known substances, and the limitations of determining the types of unknown substances and their concentrations. 

    Allen High School - Sandy Lee

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  • Dichotomous Key Activity

    The two Dichotomous key activities allow for students to inspect and manipulate models while identifying organisms. Activities include classifying objects, identifying leaves and arthropods using a simple key, creating leaf art and exploring leaf morphology and adaptation. 

    Curtis - Nathaniel West

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  • Effects Of Blood Alcohol Concentration On The Body

    Forensics Students at Allen High School must be able to demonstrate understanding of the levels of tolerance and impairment due to alcohol consumption. By using impairment goggles to simulate levels of inebriation, they can apply this knowledge to forensic and criminal law studies.

    Allen High School - Darren Hayes

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  • Forensic Osteology at Allen High School

    A forensic science osteology kit would provide replicas of bones to study and learn how biological profiles of crime scene victims are created. Students with chosen tracks for criminal justice, law enforcement and forensic science could all benefit from becoming an "expert" in bone identification and analysis and as the final project create a crime scene scenario with a trial.

    Allen High School - Tara Allgood

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  • Growing Anderson All-Stars

    Interactive games and activites will introduce students to knowledge of how different food enables your body to function and will encourage more eagerness with trying a larger variety of food products and learning about them. Through interactive learning, students will start healthy eating habits and consequently be healthier adults. 

    Anderson - Rebecca Beane Purdue

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