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Claire Avery Physical Science K-6 Collection

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Physical Science Elementary

Resources in “Claire Avery Physical Science K-6” Collection

Title Resource Type
... And Action! Journal Article
Baking Cookies Journal Article
Describing Matter Journal Article
Do You Hear What I Hear? Journal Article
Editor’s Note: Classification Matters Journal Article
Electromagnetic Induction Journal Article
Experiencing Friction in First Grade Journal Article
Firefly, Firefly Journal Article
Flow of Matter and Energy in Ecosystems Interactive E-book
Formative Assessment Probes: Ice Cubes in a Bag Journal Article
Formative Assessment Probes: Is It Melting? Formative Assessment for Teacher Learning Journal Article
Formative Assessment Probes: Pendulums and Crooked Swings: Connecting Science and Engineering Journal Article
From Vibration to Vocalization Journal Article
How Does Force Affect Motion? Journal Article
Inquiry-Based Science and the Next Generation Science Standards: A Magnetic Attraction Journal Article
Methods and Strategies: Much Ado About Nothing Journal Article
P.H.Y.S.I.C.S. Can Be Done! Journal Article
Physical Education Meets Physical Science Journal Article
Poetry of Science: What’s the Matter? Journal Article
Ramps, Balls, and Measuring Distance—For All Journal Article
Rock Solid Journal Article
Science 101: Is It Really Caused by the Bernoulli Effect? Journal Article
Science 101: What Causes Electromagnetic Induction? Journal Article
Science 101: What Causes Friction? Journal Article
Science 101: What Determines the Quality of Musical Notes? Journal Article
Science 101: What exactly is energy? Journal Article
Science 101: Why Does It Take Longer to Boil Potatoes at High Altitudes? Journal Article
Science Shorts: All That Matters Journal Article
Teaching Teachers: Evolving the Physics Mindset Journal Article
The Early Years: Creating Effective Classroom Interactions Journal Article
The Force of Multimedia Slideshows Journal Article
The Poetry of Science: Sinking and Floating Journal Article