Mystery Science is a resource for elementary teachers offering free open-and-go lessons that inspire kids to love science. The hands-on activity and video clues make it easy to re-create the process of scientific discovery for your students.
- Lessons meet Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)
- Hands-on activities
- Highly visual and interactive
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This is honestly the best science curriculum I’ve looked at in awhile. It provides science lessons that follow the NGSS standards for grades 2-5 and each lesson is an excellent inquiry based lesson. Doug provides video lessons that pose questions for the students and then the teacher is in charge of leading a follow up discussion or activity that engages the students in the science concepts. All of the materials required for the experiments are simple items that teachers can find easily so the setup for the lesson is just about as simple as you can…
I’ve used the mystery “Will Mountains last forever?” with my 7th grade class and it was great. The students were engaged and even answered Doug back while watching the video. The directions were clear and would loop for students who needed the visual clues repeated. I was so happy with the mystery!