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Use this worksheet with the Lesson Plan on Maps to help your students understand maps.

This Lesson Plan will help your students understand maps using pictures. Use this Lesson Plan with this worksheet.

Use this presentation to introduce your students to maps.

Black Holes (BHs) are the standard-bearers of cool Physics. Pop culture is full of references to these objects that are so powerful that nothing can escape them. A lot of Physicists have spent their lives thinking about how BHs are formed, how they can be detected and what happens to objects that enter a BH.

The activities in these handbooks developed by Centre For Environmental Education have been made to encourage students to observe and explore their environment; to understand relationships in nature, and between humans and nature; and to learn better how humans are an integral part of the intricate web of life. We believe that learning can be more fun, both for the student and the teacher, when based on real experiences.


This Walking Cylinder is made from a toilet roll, straws and other odd materials.


If you have a slight teeny-weeny interest in mathematics then you must have heard of Gauss’childhood story.
As an elementary student he amazed his teacher by quickly finding the sum of the integers from 1 to 100. Gauss recognized he had fifty pairs of numbers when he added the first and last number in the series, the second and second-last number in the series, and so on. For example: (1 + 100), (2 + 99), (3 + 98), . . . , and each pair has a sum of 101.

Here are several versions of tumbling toys that are fun to play with and are easy to build.


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