this page, you will find the links for each grade level. The links are
designed to further the knowledge of curious minded Rapid Learner
Engineers. They extend the ideas learned in class and provide thoughts
that may assist the student engineers in accomplishing the challenge
put forth to them in their STEM sessions. The links are sorted by grade
level, and some overlap, so feel free to investigate each grade's
Let's all start here:
What is an engineer?
What is a watershed?-VIDEO
The Geology of Mountains
Where do mountains come from?-VIDEO
What is a landslide?-VIDEO
Landslide questions and answers
Landslide-The Dr. Binocs Show-VIDEO
Landslide-National Geographic-VIDEO with powerful footage
Earth science for kids-Erosion
Weathering and erosion-VIDEO
Wind and water erosion-VIDEO
Weathering, erosion and deposition-VIDEO
Erosion Facts for Kids-Different types of erosion
Interesting erosion facts from CoolKidsFacts-great photos
Erosion quiz from Ducksters
Weathering and erosion quiz for second graders
Weathering and erosion quiz-what do you know about those phenomena?
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Insect's Body parts
All About Insects-Great Site!
The Anatomy of Insects-YouTube Video
Characteristics of Insects-YouTube Video
Explore Main Insect Body Parts-Great Information
What's Inside an Anthill?-YouTube Video
Animals for Kids-Bees-YouTube Video
10 Things You Didn't Know About Flies-YouTube Video
Why Fleas Are So Hard to Kill-YouTube Video
Animals for Kids-Butterflies-YouTube Video
Wasp Facts: they're actually pretty important-YouTube Video
The Senses-very thorough site!
Animal Senses-YouTube Video
Super Senses of Animals-YouTube Video
10 Most Dangerous Insects in the World-YouTube Video
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Energy-This Resource has Everything You Need to Know!
Forms of Energy
Kids Energy Page
Amazing Energy Facts
Kinetic energy-from Ducksters
Potential energy-from Ducksters
Collisions and Energy Transfer
Law of Conservation of Energy-video #1
Law of Conservation of Energy-video #2
Conservation of Energy-with a bowling ball!
Forces: Swings, Slides and Science
Newton's Laws of Motion
Laws of Motion-from Ducksters
What is Friction?
Factors Affecting Friction
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