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Mystery Science
Open-and-go lessons that inspire kids to love science.
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Mystery Science Jun 20
Replying to @MrsJPerry2
We hope your students enjoy the Mysteries! Please let us know how they go!
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Mystery Science Jun 20
You’re welcome!!!!
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Whitney Wells-Corfield May 30
What’s a math teacher doing teaching planets? Well, we measured (a scaled version) of the distance of the planets from the sun using astronomical units! Math and science make a great team!
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UndergroundLibrarian Jun 3
continues to amaze my students. Experiments are simple, meaningful, interactive, informative, and ridiculously fun.
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Mystery Science Jun 11
Replying to @WYOEducation
Thanks for letting WY teachers know about our free trial offer! We also have full district trials available for any districts that are interested! They can email us at support@mysteryscience.com
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Melissa Eaton May 28
My 1st graders have been making paper beach umbrellas ⛱ and checking to see if they’ll give us shade. Today, a big wind (me) knocked them all down. Tomorrow they’ll try to design wind proof umbrellas!
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Mrs_Almario May 24
we learned about different types of bridges with and built some out of paper, but my ss wanted to do more! They wanted to build a suspension bridge thanks for letting us explore with you!
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Mystery Science May 20
Replying to @FernandoSintora
Awesome!!!!
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Mystery Science May 20
Replying to @SElbeze @GuilfordEle
Incredible!
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Suzanne Elbeze May 17
What do kids want for their behavior reward? lessons! We are loving learning about EXPLOSIONS!
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Kristin Rochford May 20
Day 1 of the STEM lab=success! We were introduced to our “Project Birdfeeder” Unit through a discovery—& came to the conclusion that beaks have many different functions! We went outside to observe some birds and their beaks in action, and recorded our findings🐦🖤✨
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Mystery Science May 16
WOW! We are so impressed!!! Love the curiosity! It is so inspiring for our team to know that students are out there asking questions and investigating the world around them! Thank you for supporting your students and for sharing this incredible video!
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Mystery Science May 15
This is great! Thanks for sharing!
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Betty S. May 15
The great apple taste test! The kids absolutely love Mystery Science!
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Mystery Science May 15
What a lovely setting for a science assessment!
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Mystery Science May 14
Replying to @meaghan_newell
Ha! We will let him know! 😍
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Mystery Science May 14
Replying to @taftphaedra1
Thanks Phaedra!
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Price School May 14
These 2nd graders are learning about water in their unit. This task integrates perfectly--- Students were asked to predict the way that water would flow...💦👨‍🔬🔍🐼
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Mrs. Montemurro May 12
Using the particle model to help explain why vinegar & baking soda cause a plastic bag to explode🧨
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Jessica Phillips May 9
We love ! So much wonder and curiosity stems from watching it each week. S’s learned how plants move because of water then they made these awesome cards with blooming flowers!
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