Science Lessons

Parts of a Plant

Parts of a Plant

Roots anchor, stems support, leaves photosynthesize, flowers attract pollinators, fruits contain seeds—essential parts for plant growth, reproduction, and survival.

The Earth’s Water Cycle

The Earth’s Water Cycle

The Earth’s water cycle describes the continuous movement of water between the atmosphere, land, and oceans, driven by evaporation, condensation, and precipitation.

Sink or Float

Sink or Float

Sink or float is an experiment or concept where objects are tested to see if they submerge (sink) or stay afloat.

Wonders of Magnets

Wonders of Magnets

A magnet science lesson explores the properties and behavior of magnets, including attraction, repulsion, magnetic fields, and their practical applications.

States of Matter

States of Matter

A states of matter science lesson teaches about the three primary states: solid, liquid, gas, including their properties and transitions.

How Plants Grow

How Plants Grow

This science lesson explores the processes of germination, photosynthesis, and growth, highlighting plant anatomy and environmental influences.

Life Cycle of a Butterfly

Life Cycle of a Butterfly

A “Life Cycle of a Butterfly” science lesson covers egg laying, caterpillar growth, pupation, metamorphosis, and adult butterfly stages.