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Resources

Science World has supported fun and engaging science education since 1989 with award-winning programming for BC teachers, parents and students. Our vast collection of resources are teacher reviewed, classroom tested and matched to BCs transformed curriculum by grade.

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Activities

Activity Length:
15 mins.
Activity Type:
Make & Take

Power up with water!

Activity Length:
15 mins.
Activity Type:
Exploration

Students learn about friction, pressure and the release of energy that can be related to tectonic plates and earthquakes.

Activity Length:
25 mins.
Activity Type:
Exploration

Students learn about elasticity by measuring how high objects of different material can bounce.

Activity Length:
30 mins.
Activity Type:
Exploration

In this activity, students compare their own anatomical features to those of other animals.

Activity Length:
1 hr.
Activity Type:
Exploration

Kick-start your students' creativity by asking them to brainstorm and problem-solve. In this two-part exploration, students are challenged to think about materials and solutions in a variety of ways.

Activity Length:
15 mins.
Activity Type:
Exploration

Students will learn about Newton's Laws of Motion by pushing, pulling, rolling, dropping, and bouncing two balls.

Activity Length:
30 mins.
Activity Type:
Discrepant Event (Investigatable)

Students use changes of state to create chilly architecture and some slippery slopes!

Salt lowers the freezing point of water. As it dissolves, the ice melts around each grain of salt. As a result, the ice is unevenly eaten away, forming a pitted, non-skid surface. This is why salt is...

Activity Length:
10 mins.
Activity Type:
Discrepant Event (Investigatable)

Can't squash this!

Activity Length:
45 mins. (20 min. for drop)
Activity Type:
Exploration

In this demonstration, students discover a practical way of determining whether or not an egg is raw or hard-boiled.

Activity Length:
30 mins.
Activity Type:
Discrepant Event (Investigatable)

Students explore the relationship between electricity and magnetism.

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