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View Resource How Big Is Your Footprint?

Many of our daily activities affect the environment, from our consumption of natural resources to our disposal of household waste. One of the most important is our generation of carbon dioxide, a...

http://www.ucsusa.org/publications/earthwise/win0304-earthwi...
View Resource Hydrogen Sprint: Introduction & Overview

These activities cover all the steps for building a model hydrogen-powered car for competition in the Hydrogen Sprint. The six activities may be used by a class or a team to explore the design...

http://www.fsec.ucf.edu/En/education/k-12/curricula/heh3/doc...
View Resource Sounds and Music

Experiments that fall under each of the following: Knowledge, Comprehension, Application, Analysis, Synthesis, and Evaluation. (grades 3-4)

http://www.asme.org/Education/PreCollege/TeacherResources/So...
View Resource Bridges

Teams of four to six build a K'NEX bridge model that crosses the one-foot-wide (30.5 cm) Hometown River. (grades 5-10)

http://www.lessonplanspage.com/ScienceSSOKNEXBridges-Archite...
View Resource King of the Hill

In teams of two or alone, design and build a vehicle that will climb a hill, cross the crest, stop, and prevent your opponent from crossing in the opposite direction.

http://www.asme.org/Events/Contests/King_Hill.cfm
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