From deciding whether or not to bring an umbrella to school to thinking about meteorology as a career path, the weather matters to everyone! We’re certain your science scope and sequence includes the basics about weather appropriate to your grade level. So, we invite you to celebrate Weather Month by reviewing the instruments that help
Community STEM is proud to introduce the “The Huff and Puff” STEM lab. Do you remember the story of “The Three Little Pigs”? Well the Big Bad Wolf had to practice his huffing and puffing every day before he met the pigs. In this STEM lab we will explore how he did this and what
Working on your weekly lesson plans? This Sunday blog series, Lively Lessons, will provide you with Discovery Education content and lesson plan ideas! The summer months bring extreme weather to many parts of North America. Help your students understand the types of extreme weather, its causes and how to measure it as you study weather in
This story really is pure cool. On July 27, 1943, Lieutenant Ralph O’Hair and Colonel Duckworth made the first airplane flight into a hurricane. The pair flew a single-engine AT-6 training plane into a hurricane. They weren’t on some kind of desperate mission though; they mostly just wanted to see if they could do it!
This summer is flying by, and it has been a hot one so far! Whether you’ve been washing your car, lying out at the pool, going for a run, or even just walking to your car, I’m sure at some point you’ve felt the unbearable heat and rushed to the nearest AC. While most of