Great science resources for teachers

June 6, 2018

Students at all grade levels learn about the forms of energy—heat, light, motion, sound, nuclear energy, and electrical energy—with age-appropriate, hands-on explorations that emphasize the scientific process, energy sources, electricity generation and more. 

 

Materials from the National Energy Education Development Project have been designed to meet the needs of teachers and students, support the Next Generation Science Standards, and are correlated to all state science standards and the Common Core State Standards for Language Arts and Math. For more information on curriculum correlations, visit NEED.org/curriculumcorrelations.

 

Source: National Energy Education Development Project

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