Back to School with Science Buddies and Google Classrom
New Support for Google Classroom Teachers
With our Google Classroom Integration, teachers can assign STEM quizzes, project submission forms, and reading materials with the click of a button.
Try our new Google Classroom Integration
to see how easy it is to assign steps of a science project to help keep students on track using the
Engineering Design Process
. Learn more:
Google Classroom Integration
Back to School with Science Buddies' Google Classroom Integration
Google Classroom Integration FAQ
Support for development of our Google Classroom Integration was provided by
Cisco Foundation and Toyota USA Foundation
Making Pop Culture Connections
Tap into Student Interest in Pokémon GO
Tie student interest in Pok
mon Go to a
fun classroom science activity
to help your students learn more about cybersecurity and DoS attacks.
Science News and Student STEM
What Diabetic Alert Dogs May Detect in Breath
A recent study from the UK
pinpoints one of the chemicals diabetic alert dogs may be detecting
when they alert for low blood glucose. Findings may open new areas of exploration for students interested in medical and device engineering. See also:
When a Dog "Nose" Best: Scent Science
Under a Heat Dome? Experiment with Cooling Science
A Heat Dome has caused high temperatures in many parts of the U.S. this summer. Students can explore
practical cooling strategies
with hands-on science experiments and activities.
Convenient Science Kits
Color Mixing and Physics
Put on a
colorful light show
to explore the science behind color mixing!
Update Your Account!
Are you teaching different classes or grade levels this year? Students in new grades? Be sure and
update your Science Buddies account profile
to reflect the grade levels in which you are most interested.
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