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Kids love to discover new things. That’s why we like to give them access to recent scientific research! In these four adaptations, we have brought
Five articles to help you teach your students how vital vaccines are in stimulating the immune system to produce antibodies that it can later use to fight infection.
Help your students improve their data graphing skills with a spreadsheet application, instead of with graphing paper and pencil using real-world data.
We’ve collected six articles that can support you in teaching middle- and high-school students about the immune system, antibodies, and vaccinations.
Here are some more free science teaching resources for kids (age 5-12) during the worldwide school shutdowns. MEL Academy is offering online classes in physics,
Three adaptations of scientific papers to help students learn about how science helps us deal with outbreaks of deadly infectious diseases.
With so many schools ordered to shut down, students find themselves at home all day. Many of them worry about viruses and other infectious diseases
A lot of students around the world are at home due to school shutdowns. Naturally, they have lots of questions about the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
A memorable hands-on classroom activity to teach the human digestive system at elementary, middle and lower high school level.
A fun game and three great articles to teach middle school students the importance of vaccination and herd immunity! Adapted science articles for kids.
A list of academic journals that publish scientific research conducted by students.
5 great articles to teach high school students the science behind greenhouse gas emissions and climate change. Peer-reviewed STEM research adapted for kids.