Physical Science

Collection by Marebeth DiMare • Last updated 2 weeks ago

Marebeth DiMare

4 Things to Teach in Science at the Beginning of the Year - Around the Kampfire

Find engaging and fun beginning of the year science activities that will excite your students and build a foundation for future science lessons.

December FUN-Filled Learning with NO PREP!

The Month of December is such a busy and fun time! I don't want learning to take a backseat, so I made some FUN-filled NO PREP Packets for the month of

Secondary Science Virtual Labs

I'm a teacher, blogger, and curriculum writer. I've been teaching science for 12 years at both the middle and high school levels.

Virtual Science Labs and Dissections | Freedom Homeschooling

At FREEdom Homeschooling you will find all the best free homeschooling curriculum available online, in one convenient location.

Science infographic - Ever wonder how matter can transform and change states? #infographic #science Mad Science of The Bay Area - | Your Number One Source For daily infographics & visual creativity

Science infographic and charts Ever wonder how matter can transform and change states? #infographic #science Mad Science of The Bay Area Infographic

Virtual Labs - Ultimate Homeschool Podcast Network

Learn where to find resources to do chemistry and biology labs online - virtual labs make it easy to study science at home.

Atoms Cornell Doodle Notes Distance Learning

UPDATED August 2020! These scaffolded, no-prep Atoms Cornell Doodle Notes are an introduction to atoms, subatomic particles, basic atomic structure, and reading the Periodic Table. They combine two effective note-taking strategies: Cornell Notes and Doodle Notes! These notes cover the general defi...

Changing States of Matter SORT (Cut & Paste) Review or Assessment- NOW DIGITAL!

Changing States of Matter Cut and Paste: Teach, practice and asses this tricky concept in an interactive way!Ask students the question: How can the states of matter can be changed from one form to another. Students then determine what adding and losing heat does to water in all of its forms. Example...

INTERACTIVE: Part 1: Identify the Independent and Dependent Variables with the MythBusters!

Watch the INTERACTIVE video and practice your skills at identifying the independent and dependent variables of an experiment. Independent Variable: is the di...

What is the universe made of? - Dennis Wildfogel

The atoms around you have existed for billions of years -- and most originated in the flaming, gaseous core of a star. Dennis Wildfogel tells the captivating tale of these atoms' long journeys from the Big Bang to the molecules they form today.


Is the bottled water you are drinking acidic or alkaline? Why should you even care? We tested Poland spring, Fiji, Smart water, Essentia tap water and even Brit...

This Awesome Periodic Table Shows The Origins of Every Atom in Your Body

Here’s something to think about: the average adult human is made up of 7,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 (7 octillion) atoms, and most of them are hydrogen - the most common element in the Universe, produced by the Big Bang 13.8 billion years a

How to analyze data and prepare graphs for you science fair project.

Data Analysis & Graphs

How to analyze data and prepare graphs for you science fair project.

Learn how to use Google Sheets for reports and charts

Google Sheets Tutorials for Beginners

Free Google Sheets video tutorials for beginners. Learn spreadsheet basics and how to create common charts. For middle and high school students.

Astrophysics Reveals The Origin Of The Human Body

Although there are some 90 naturally occurring elements, they originate from a huge variety of places prior to ever arriving on Earth. The hot Big Bang provides the origin of the lightest elements…