Pinterest
Hands-On Lessons  Reinforce the power of hands-on learning! In the below collection you will find four new lesson plans for grades K-6 that explore the subjects of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. Each contain a whiteboard-ready component and a fun hands-on craft. Plus, browse the remaining collection for lessons on earth-friendly crafts!

Building Paper Airplanes Have you ever wondered why planes can fly? next years science fair.This lesson will turn your students into aviation experts as they design and test out their own planes.

Love this interactive science site!  My 3rd and 6th grader have learned about everything from the parts of a flower, to electrical currents and melting points.  The games are really engaging; this has been a great supplement to our homeschooling.

Science Kids Fun Science & Technology for Kids! Quizzes, videos, experiments, games, facts and more.

History and Forces of Flight Lesson - This is part 4 of a 5 part hands-on unit study on Floating & Flying. Learn about the history of flight from the time of the Greeks through present day. Design and redesign foam fliers, balloon jets, parachutes, drag-chutes, and more as you examine the relationship between flying, thrust, and drag!

History and Forces of Flight Lesson

This is part 4 of a 5 part hands-on unit study on Floating Flying. Learn about the history of flight from the time of the Greeks through present.

This complete unit package includes a full lesson set for a complete unit on Flight. Included in the package: - 4 weeks of teaching material - 6 Power Points totalling 82 slides - 1 Inquiry Lab on Airplane Design - 1 Web Quest - Multiple Activities built into the lessons - Teacher and student versions of each PowerPoint - Student notes in word Lessons Include: Lesson 1 - The History and Future of Flight Lesson 2 - How Planes and Other Aircraft Fly Lesson 3 - Improving Flight Lesson 4 - How…

Flight Complete Unit - PowerPoint Lessons, Worksheets & Assessments

This complete unit package includes a full lesson set for a complete unit on Flight. Included in the package: - 4 weeks of teaching material - 6 Power Points totalling 82 slides - 1 Inquiry Lab on Airplane Design - 1 Web Quest - Multiple Activities built

Flight & Air  Help your students take off with some awesome activities and fun classroom ideas for learning about air and flight related topics. Make paper airplanes, blow up balloons, test helicopters and more.

Flight & Air Help your students take off with some awesome activities and fun classroom ideas for learning about air and flight related topics. Make paper airplanes, blow up balloons, test helicopters and more.

Printable Airplane Boarding Pass Invitations - Coolest Free Printables

Check out these cool airplane invitations that look like real airplane boarding passes! The right side of the invitation is the part that is perforate.

“What makes aeroplanes fly?” asked C(10) a few weeks ago. We’ve had fun finding out. An aircraft flying in steady forward motion is subject to four forces: thrust, drag, lift and weight. Aviation f

The Science of Flying (Navigating By Joy)

Grade 6 - Flight Unit - instructional video for teachers on activities based on flight

Informal resource video for elementary science teachers based on the Ontario science curriculum unit about flight - Grade 6

LESSON PLAN | How Things Fly - Activities for Teaching Flight. In this lesson, you'll introduce your students to the four forces of flight--drag, lift, thrust, and weight--through a variety of fun-filled flight experiments. Students will "fly" for short periods and then evaluate factors that might either increase or decrease their "flight" duration.

A lesson plan introduces students to the four elements of flight - drag, lift, thrust, and weight - through fun-filled experiments.

paper airplane and four forces of flight lesson

Paper Airplanes & The Four Forces of Flight Lesson

Properties of Air and the Characteristics of Flight explained with simple experiments to try.

Bernoulli’s Principle acts as the building blocks for all aerodynamics. Bernoulli’s Principle is the law, discovered by Daniel Bernoulli.

Flight lessons by AlviaAlcedo.deviantart.com on @deviantART

The best lessons ever^^Mother care It was a hard work for me, to make a dragon in a mandarin fish colors with a baby. I like a flight theme, so I decide.