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experiment guides.
NEXT GENERATION SCIENCE STANDARDS EXPERIMENT ARCHIVE
ENGINEERING DESIGN
Turkey Baster Ping Pong Ball Launcher
PHYSICAL SCIENCE
FORCES AND INTERACTIONS
Block Balance l Magnetic Money l Phone Book Friction l Soaring Toilet Paper l Nail Balance
WAVES
Sound Blaster l Pop a Balloon Inside a Balloon l Reversing Arrow
ENERGY
Toilet Paper Tube Light Bulb l Sound Blaster l Pop a Balloon Inside a Balloon
STRUCTURE AND PROPERTIES OF MATTER
Balloon Blow Up l Dissolving Styrofoam l Exploding Sandwich Bag l Love Potion Flower l Microwavable Soap l Hot Ice l Leprechaun Snot l Pop
a Balloon with an Orange l Valentine's Day Candy Drop l Kid Inside A Bubble l Fire Chips l Baby Powder Sand l Salty Cooler l Sugar Snake l
Skewer a Balloon l Exploding Baby Bottle l Soda Can Shake l Mashing Matter l Balloon in a Bottle
LIFE SCIENCE
INTERDEPENDENT RELATIONSHIPS IN ECOSYSTEMS
 
STRUCTURE, FUNCTION, AND INFORMATION PROCESSING
Baffling Bananas
INHERITANCE AND VARIATION OF TRAITS
 
MATTER AND ENERGY IN ORGANISMS AND ECOSYSTEMS
 
EARTH SCIENCE
WEATHER AND CLIMATE
Collapsing Can l Pinecone Hygrometer
SPACE SYSTEMS:  PATTERNS AND CYCLES
Solar Eclipse Box l Fruity Eclipse
EARTH'S SYSTEMS:  PROCESSES THAT SHAPE THE EARTH
Egg Geode
SPACE SYSTEMS:  STARS AND THE SOLAR SYSTEM
Solar Eclipse Box l Fruity Eclipse
The Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) are a new set of K–
12 science standards that were developed by states, for states. The
NGSS identify scientific and engineering practices, crosscutting
concepts, and core ideas in science that all K–12 students should
master in order to prepare for success in college and 21st-century
careers.
Science Safety
PLEASE follow these safety precautions when doing any science
experiment.  
  • ALWAYS have an adult present while performing any
    experiment.
  • ALWAYS wear the correct safety gear while performing any
    experiment.
  • NEVER eat or drink anything while performing any experiment.
  • REMEMBER experiments may require marbles, small balls,
    balloons, and other small parts. Those objects could become a
    CHOKING HAZARD. Adults are to perform those experiments
    using these objects. Any child can choke or suffocate on
    uninflated or broken balloons. Keep uninflated or broken
    balloons away from children.    
WHAT ARE THE NEXT GENERATION SCIENCE STANDARDS?
SCIENCE SAFETY
The NGSS provide a strong science education that equips students
with the ability to think critically, analyze information, and solve
complex problems — the skills needed to pursue opportunities within
and beyond STEM fields.
WHY ARE THE NGSS IMPORTANT?
NGSS LINKS
NGSS EXPERIMENT GUIDES