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Environmental, Earth and Space Science

  • Air Pollution Awareness Demonstration This demonstration is dedicated to raising your students' awareness of the air pollution created by their everyday activities. View »
  • Infographic - Ecology: The Study of the Place We Live Ecology is a non-linear science and it can be difficult for students to visualize the interactions. Use this infographic to start conversations in your class about the relationships of ecology. View »
  • An Innovative Model System for Teaching DNA Replication Looking for a DNA model set that is easy to assemble, durable, and easy to understand for students and teachers alike? Then check out our DNA Synthesis Set. View »
  • Hydrogen Power in the Classroom This demonstration allows your students to see the results of energy transfer from light to electricity to chemical, and then back to electrical, using a reversible fuel cell. View »
  • Modeling a Comet in the Classroom Make an active comet model that’s guaranteed to grab your students’ attention. This demonstration models the nucleus of a comet using dry ice and a mixture of common ingredients found in comets. Not only does the model look like a comet, it gives off jets of vapor simulating the tail released by real comets. View »
  • The Winkler Method Learn the chemistry of the Winkler Method while walking through the procedure to measure dissolved oxygen in this video. View »
  • Sand Dune Erosion in a Box Top This activity for elementary and middle school students demonstrates the concept and effects of erosion simply and inexpensively using found materials. View »
  • Water Quality Awareness Use this engaging activity to increase student awareness of the current state of global water quality and availability. View »
  • Infographic: Ecosystem Services Clean water, pollination, and flood control are several of the free services that ecosystems provide to human kind. This infographic shows how ecosystem service provide huge economic and health benefits to humans. View »
  • Solar Cell Misconceptions All of your students have seen photovoltaic solar cells used in a variety of ways; however, students may have misconceptions in understanding what influences solar cell output. This activity sets the record straight and explores how ambient temperature and the angle of illumination can affect solar cell output in volts. View »
  • Introduce Environmental Studies with a River Tank™ If you don’t have access to a natural body of water for study, then bring a body of water to your classroom with a River Tank™. View »
  • Population Density Activity Provide your students a hands-on opportunity to measure population density without leaving the classroom. Learn how combinations of fabric, paper, buttons, beads, candy, and/or beans can provide data for the study. View »