The Real-Life Science series is designed to engage students with topics of high interest that involve places, phenomena, technology, and concepts that they may encounter in their everyday lives. Each book in the series has a correlations chart that shows core standards that are addressed by each lesson, as well as other standards that are addressed, but are not the main focus of the lesson. Each book in the Real-Life Science series features lessons you can use in your classroom today. Use these engaging lessons to help your students explore the intriguing ways that science is at work all around them. Topics include: What Is Fire Made Of?, How Do Soap and Shampoo Make Me Clean?, Why Do Some Plastics Glow in the Dark? and many more.
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