ScienceFlix: STEM Books and Media for Ages 10-15
Scholastic ScienceFlix brings science education to students with hands-on scientific experiments, in-depth STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) careers exploration, and interactive videos, articles and lesson plans. For school aged children from 10 to 15 years old.
Includes nearly 300 science experiments and covers nine key science curriculum fields: astronomy, biology, botany, chemistry, ecology, food science, geology, meteorology, and physics.
Explore various chemistry experiments. Topics covered include ozone depletion, wood alcohol, heat energy, purifying water, and carbonation in beverages.
Explore various ecology experiments. Topics covered include diversity of soil ecosystems, community succession in milk, observing plant growth in different biomes, and much more.
Environmental Science Experiments
Offers students and teachers the tools to explore various environmental issues. Includes hands-on activities to learn more about environmental problems and what can be done to solve them.
Forensic Science Experiments
Provides full-text peer-reviewed articles from scholarly journals, periodicals, Features experiments on concepts in the field of forensic science. Each experiment is a self-contained unit with its own further resources, tips for the teacher, and links to the National Science Education Standards.
Provides students and teachers with the tools they need to explore various genetics experiments. Topics include genetic engineering, family pedigree, and plant genetics.
Human Body Experiments
Provides students and teachers with the tools they need to explore various human body experiments. Topics covered include bone anatomy, stomach structure, respiratory analysis, how kidneys work, and blood flow.
Marine Science Experiments
Presents experiments in marine science, on topics such as plankton, salinity, marine sediments, whales, fish adaptations, and ocean regions.
Weather and Climate Experiments
Explore various weather-related science experiments. Topics include worldwide weather phenomena and climate factors that are impacted by human activities.
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