Some recently created projects:

Let's Have Some Fun with Words!!    more info for "Root Word Project"
Author:
Mrs. Kaplan
Last Modified:
Mar 26, 2014
Use the following items to measure mass volume and density. See if they Float or Sink!    more info for "Density Lab"
Author:
Robbins
Last Modified:
Sep 16, 2013
These links are all related to weather or the seasons. The links about the seasons will be geared towards younger grades a bit as it is part of their curriculum.    more info for "Weather and Seasons"
Author:
Miss B
Last Modified:
Nov 20, 2013

Some frequently hit projects:

In this unit of study, you will learn about bio - technology and explore three different areas involved with bio - technology.    more info for "Bio - Technology"
Author:
Mr. Sorenson
Last Modified:
Apr 18, 2011
Please find the links to many websites used by students and staff.    more info for "Favorite Resources"
Author:
Ms. Schultz
Last Modified:
Feb 24, 2014
Many people report that 999 out of every 1000 species that has ever lived have gone extinct. This activity will help you learn more about a process that has helped shaped the world's biodiversity.    more info for "Extinction Through History"
Author:
Mr. Woolley
Last Modified:
Oct 04, 2012

Some projects using many resources:

Find links for teachers below: (Please close all windows when done.)    more info for "Teacher Resources"
Author:
Ms. Schultz
Last Modified:
Jan 29, 2014
This activity will help you discover if the environment affected some of the early Native American inhabitants of Utah.    more info for "Utah Studies--Early Native Americans in Utah"
Author:
Albion Middle School Library--Mrs. Bates
Last Modified:
Mar 23, 2011
Students research websites to find how the atomic theory has developed over the years.    more info for "History of Atomic Theory"
Author:
Mrs. McNees
Last Modified:
Nov 19, 2010

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