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© 2017 by Lisa Mihalich Quinn | Reach Every Voice | Maryland

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Science & Technology

In this 2-choice lesson, learn all about volcanoes, how they erupt, and the benefits (and dangers) that volcanoes provide. 

The International Space Station is a spacecraft orbiting Earth that is used for collaborative work among countries to study the effects of space. Learn all about who stays there, for how long, and what types of things the scientists study aboard the ISS. 

Scientists are finding evidence that a sixth mass extinction event is underway. This is mostly caused by human behavior. In this 2-choice lesson, learn about what we can do to reduce our negative impact on our environment. 

Did you know there have been five large extinction events on Earth? Learn all about what most likely caused each event and then decide if we may be in the middle of a sixth extinction event. 

This lesson will help you remember the 5 largest causes of species extinction using the mnemonic device HIPPO. At the end, you can ask yourself what you can do to help limit your own contribution to species extinction. 

Did you know that there are creatures on earth that have been around since the dinosaurs existed? Learn about several different animals and critters that lived alongside dinosaurs and survived different extinction events to still be on earth with us today!

The fossil fuels we depend on now are limited in supply and harm our environment. In this lesson, discover the alternative sources of energy that have been developed to power our lives while managing to be clean and renewable. 

The Chesapeake Bay Bridge was an engineering marvel when it first opened in 1952. In this lesson, learn how this 4.3 mile structure and it's neighboring bridge added in 1973 have impacted Maryland's Eastern Shore.

Pollen. Bad news for many with seasonal allergies, but necessary for plants and bees. Learn all about how pollen works for plants and how those of us with allergies can handle it!

Thunderstorms happen all throughout the world. In this lesson you will learn how they form, when they are likely to happen, and what both lightning and thunder are!

A person's memory is a tricky thing. Memories can become weaker over time, or lost due to illness or injury. Sometimes, a person remembers something that never occurred, a false memory. When many people have the same false memory, it's blamed on the Mandela Effect.

Learn all about this phenomenon and why it is named after Nelson Mandela in this lesson. 

Why do people hear a buzzing sound when bees go by? Find out why and more in this two-choice lesson on a bees anatomy and behavior. 

How do plants convert sunlight, water, and carbon dioxide into food? Find out in this split-stencil lesson specifically designed for students using 3 stencils to make choices. Each choice question uses only a single stencil for students to select the initial letter.

Heavy snowfall and extreme cold often come with blizzards. But what is it that makes a blizzard different from a regular snowstorm? Find out in this split-stencil lesson specifically designed for students using 3 stencils to make choices. Each choice question uses only a single stencil for students to select the initial letter.

Lots of people find dinosaurs fascinating. But what exactly is a dinosaur? When did they live? Learn more about these ancient creatures in this lesson.

The Earth has just one moon. Did you know other planets have many more? Find out what a moon is and learn about some of the moons in our solar system.

Learn all about what exactly hurricanes are and how they function in this lesson. This lesson is specifically designed for students using 3 stencils to make choices. Each choice question uses only a single stencil for students to select the initial letter.

Learn about what astronauts must go through to use the bathroom while in space!

Learn about the eight planets in our solar system. 

Did you know our sun is a star? Learn about what a star is and how it is formed.

This lesson about fireflies is specifically designed for students making choices and using the 3-stencils. Each question provides two answer choices whose first letters are on the same stencil to allow skill building with larger targets.

Did you know sloths spend up to 20 hours each day sleeping? Learn about these drowsy creatures in this science lesson

This lesson about Emperor penguins is specifically designed for students making choices and using the 3-stencils. Each question provides two answer choices whose first letters are on the same stencil to allow skill building with larger targets.

Synesthesia is a neurological condition in which a person's response to stimuli "crosses" the senses. Learn more about this fascinating condition and how it effects perception. 

This lesson is specifically designed for students using 3 stencils to make choices.

Each choice question uses only a single stencil for students to select the initial letter.

What exactly makes something alive?

Brains are crucial organs for animals, but some magnificent creatures seem to get along well without them. How do these beings survive - and even thrive - without a brain?

This lesson about Golden Retrievers is specifically designed for students making choices and using the 3-stencils. Each question provides two answer choices whose first letters are on the same stencil to allow skill building with larger targets.

They look white, but did you know polar bears don't actually have white hair? Learn about the special structure of polar bear hair that gives them their coloring.

You may know dolphins are social creatures, but did you know that they demonstrate intelligence in some surprising ways?

Cloud forests are types of rain forests. Read to learn more about these vibrant ecosystems.

Crocodiles and alligators look a lot alike. How do these animals differ from each other?

Most people think of snakes when they think of fangs. How do these sharp teeth work?

Could you live underwater for 3 months? Submarine crews do just that! Find out how their boats work.

Trains roll up and down our coastlines and crisscross the country every day. How do these machines work?

How fast can a train travel? Where can you find these super fast trains?

How do these dangerous storms form?

Explore the red planet that is our celestial neighbor.

Leonardo DaVinci never rode a bicycle, but his designs are helping make modern bikes easier to use.

Narwhals are sometimes called the unicorns of the sea. How are these special creatures helping humans study climate change?

Learn more about these crustaceans!

Where do hippos live? What do they eat?

What is a shooting star? Is it even a star?

Learn more about these dangerous storms.