Hands-On General Science Activities With Real-Life Applications: Ready-to-Use Labs, Projects, and Activities for Grades 5-12
In this second edition of Hands–On General Science Activities with Real Life Applications, Pam Walker and Elaine Wood have completely revised and updated their must–have resource for science teachers of grades 5–12. The book offers a dynamic collection of classroom–ready lessons, projects, and lab activities that encourage students to integrate basic science concepts and skills into everyday life.
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