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This time line gives a brief account of Einstein's life from his birth in 1879 to his death in 1955.

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This short resource answers the question 'Is it true that no two snow crystals are alike?'. It describes the unique formation of snow crystals and discusses the affects of atmospheric conditions on them.

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Students explore Mercury and Venus, the first and second planets nearest the Sun. They learn about the planets' characteristics, including their differences from Earth. Students also learn how engineers are involved in the study of planets by designing equipment and spacecraft to go where it is too dangerous for humans.

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This is a map of the solar system which illustrates the relative size of each planet and its distance from the sun. 

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Plants are rooted in one spot, but seeds are great travelers." This resource describes some of the many ways in which seeds travel within the ecosystem.

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A biome is an area with a specific climate and the life forms that live together. Biomes can be divided into deserts, grasslands, rain forests, deciduous forests, coniferous forests, tundra and aquatic environments. This resource describes the tundra biome.

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This resource describes the planet Mercury.

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This resource describes the planet Uranus.

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There are many valuable activities in this guide that you can do with just the book. As you read through this guide to prepare for your classes, you can select additional activities that you are able to carry out with the supplies you have have available.

This short resource answers the question 'What causes the sound of thunder?' and explains how thunder is caused by rapid air expansion.

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Students are introduced to the planet on which we live. They learn about the Earth's position in the solar system and what makes it unique. They learn how engineers study human interactions with the Earth and design technologies and systems to monitor, use and care for our planet's resources wisely to preserve life on Earth.

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A biome is an area with a specific climate and the life forms that live together. Biomes can be divided into deserts, grasslands, rain forests, deciduous forests, coniferous forests, tundra and aquatic environments. This resource describes the desert biome.

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A biome is an area with a specific climate and the life forms that live together. Biomes can be divided into deserts, grasslands, rain forests, deciduous forests, coniferous forests, tundra and aquatic environments. This resource describes the deciduous forest biome.
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This 3 page resource briefly describes the ecosystem. It provides an explanation of producers, consumers and decomposers as well as feeding relationships and habitat studies.

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This resource provides an overview of the particle theory and its main characteristics. It explains diffusion, movement of heat, energy changes, and expansion and contraction.

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