Teri Thayer

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Living Digitally: 4th Grade Egg Drop Project

This is a picture of a egg that students are going to use in the physics egg drop challenge. This assignment is a perfect example of student-centered learning because the students are at the center of the learning experience.

Egg drop project (6x6x6). The egg survived! Made from 3/16" dowels, 3/4" strip of wood cut into 1" blocks for the corners, yellow rubber bands (light) on the inside of each stick, blue rubber bands (stronger) on the outside. Bands were hooked on with a paperclip which was then twisted around the stick and cut off. The egg was placed in a ziplock bag (in case it broke) that was filled with stuffing. Important to spread the rubber bands out so they distribute their pressure.

Egg drop experiment essay Drop The purpose of this lab, was to create a device to help an egg survive the fall from a fire truck without breaking. In this lab I used a beer holder and cotton.

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Red Boomwhacker& by Teresa Jennings (ASCAP) & 2004 Plank Road Publishing, Inc. & All rights reserved & Used by permission What's a boomwhacker?

Elementary Music Methods: Real Life Edition: Boomwhacker Mystery Game: Updated!

Elementary Music Methods: Real Life Edition: Boomwhacker Mystery Game: Updated!

Zen pattern heart

Zen pattern heart

A great activity for Valentine's Day! Build a model of a heart for a fun and informative lesson plan that gets kids involved in learning STEM

A great activity for Valentine's Day! Build a model of a heart for a fun and informative lesson plan that gets kids involved in learning STEM

HOW DO MUSCLES WORK?

Nicholas has been learning about the muscles in his body. He’s learned about the tree types of muscles – smooth, skeletal, and cardiac.