3-5 yrs old
6-7 yrs old
8-10 yrs old
Climate & Environment
Choosing when to leave is an important part of the journey.
March 25, 2019
Making The Trek
What would it be like to take on the Oregon Trail journey today?
Students explore weather information for places along the Oregon Trail. Given the weather in the mountain ranges during certain months, which month would you leave on this 3-5 month journey?
You’re going to be gone on this journey for 3-5 months, so which part of the year will you begin your journey? Examine the weather patterns of the states covering the Oregon Trail. How does the weather affect this journey? Discuss with others in your group which month you think is best to begin your journey and reasons why you think that. Post your final choice by filling in this statement: “I think it is best to leave Missouri in the month of _____.”
Travelers needed to leave early enough in the year so that they didn’t get trapped in the mountains in the winter, but early enough so that animals had food to graze on. A typical month to leave would be April or May.
What can we do to slow deforestation?
Create Fred the Human Body!
Collaborate: design & create a human body!
Students to create a sustainable energy circuit
Rube Goldberg Machines
Minecraft and Physics.
Introduction to Logic Gates
What's the logical password?
Building Sustainable Homes
What would happen if we ignored climate change?
Introduce students to alternative energy sources.
The Great Pyramids of Giza
Journey to the mysterious pyramids of Egypt.
Make 2 Sides connect
Students will explore the basics of engineering.
City Planning for Population Growth
Dynamic Ecosystems Project
Mastering ecosystems concepts, ideas, principles
Detecting Wildlife Crime
Students detect and stop pangolin trafficking.
Loss of Biodiversity
What would happen with an extinction of a specie?
Redstone & Sustainable Living
How do businesses work towards sustainability?
Blood Flow through the Heart, Lungs, and Body
Mission to Mars
Plan a trip to mars and build a sustainable colony
Students create the Water Cycle in Minecraft.
Build a coral reef time lapse in a Minecraft world
Area and Volume
This is a yearlong project for Fifth Grade.
What is the world made of?
Explore the elemental composition of the world.
Students will create a zoo in Minecraft.
4th Grade NGSS Science
Build a Dam
3rd Grade Engineering Challenge
Preventing Urban Spread
How do we use land efficiently?
NGSS 3rd Grade Science - Forces
Moon Craft 2.0 Lunar Learning
Students learn about the Moon & NASA's LOP-G
Creeper Tower Test
5th Grade Engineering Challenge
Recreate real-world objects in Minecraft
What’s the Probability
Help Archimedes discover the Probability of Drops!
Healthy Eating Lesson
Expansion of healthy eating via planting crops
Habitats: Human Impact
Explore the human impact on earth's biomes!
Design various coral reefs with Minecraft and code
Running with Rhinos
Visit a rhino orphanage in Minecraft.
NGSS 5th Grade Science - Earth's Systems
The Force of Minecraft!
Energy forces in Minecraft? Where's the evidence?
Students build a sustainable classroom
Sensors in Monitoring and Control Systems
Crafting Your Review
Students create a review world for others.
Meet The Rangers
Meet Wildlife Rangers in Minecraft.
Climate Action Project
A Project As A Part of Koen's #ClimateActionP
Explore molecules in Minecraft
Up and Atom
Create Working Models of Atoms
How do Soda Springs work?
Field Trip Through The Heart
Trek the path that blood takes through the heart
Ecosystem Design Task
Learn about interactions within ecosystems.
Fun, Functional Playground
Students redesign their existing school playground
Aquanaut Aquarius – Habitat II
A Skype Field Trip Companion Experience (Or Not)
Mine Solar Car Lab
Students visit the ‘Mine Solar Car Lab’
Learn about the different landmarks of Australia
Sample Size/Sound Conclusions
Find a region's composition by taking a sample!
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A journey through biodiversity and extinction.
This lesson is a part of an eTwinning project