Science Icons drawn on chalk board

These lessons cover STEM topics for grades 4-12. Many of them include options for advanced students. Additionally, the lessons meet Next Generation Science Standards. Another resource is the Common Core Standards for Oregon.

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Lesson Titlesort descending Lesson Summary Subject Grade Level
Team Building and Critical Thinking Games In this lesson students learn critical thinking and team building skills. Team Building Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12)
Team Building II In this lesson students learn to boost team energy by building teamwork in fun and interactive ways. Team Building Elementary (4-5), Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12)
Team Building III In this lesson students participate in a plethora of team building activities. Team Building Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12)
Team Building IV Students in this lesson expand their team building skills through the Classification Game, and One Question Game. Team Building Elementary (4-5), Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12)
The Axial Seamount: Life on a Vent This activity asks students to understand, and build a food web to describe the interdependent relationships of hydrothermal vent organisms. Marine Elementary (4-5), Middle School (6-8)
Thermal Expansion In this lesson students learn about how warming waters affect the ocean ecosystem. Biology, Ecology, Marine Elementary (4-5)
Think Like a Beaver Students in this lesson will learn create a model beaver dam and demonstrate changes in the ecosystem community pre-and-post dam. Ecology Elementary (4-5)
Tiny Oligotrophic Tiny Oligotrophic is a fast-to-learn, strategic tile placement game where players compete to place biomass the fastest. Biology, Chemistry, Climate Change, Marine Elementary (4-5)
Tracking Ice: Arctic Sea Ice and Mathematics Curriculum This set of lessons will guide the class through building a sea ice drift forecast using the same near-real time data used by research scientists and operational forecasting centers. Climate Change, Ecology, Marine, Math, Physics High School (9-12)
Trees or Solar Panels In this lesson students will evaluate energy options available in the area, and use Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technology to make energy decisions. Renewable Energy Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12)

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