I attended a Lab-Aids session on Reading River Sediments: A Simulated Mineral Exploration at the NSTA Conference last spring. The activity blends all of our Earth science standards into a real-world, problem solving, project. Students kept asking, "Can we do more activities  like this?"

Thank you so much for such a great activity! 

Jill Spurlin, Van Buren Middle School, Ohio
Connecticut Science Supervisors Association Dinner Meeting

Connecticut Science Supervisors Association Dinner Meeting

Feb 27, 2019
36 Perimeter Rd
Windsor Locks, CT
New England Air Museum
Join Stephanie Brunnett of Lab-Aids and the Connecticut Science Supervisors Association for the February 27th dinner meeting at the New England Air Museum. Ever wanted to sit in the cockpit...
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STANYS Suffolk County Spring Conference

STANYS Suffolk County Spring Conference

Mar 28, 2019
Berkner Hall, Lewis Road
Upton, NY
Brookhaven National Lab
Join Stephanie Brunnett of Lab-Aids for a workshop on Atmosphere, Climate & Global Warming. Students look at historical data spanning the past 100 years to try to understand the causes...
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NSTA National 2019 - St. Louis, MO

NSTA National 2019 - St. Louis, MO

Apr 11 - 14, 2019
701 Convention Plaza
St. Louis, MO
America's Center Convention Complex
Where was the ice cream cone and 7-Up invented? St. Louis, MO of course. Take a tour of The Arch and then come by and see Lab-Aids at the NSTA...
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NSTA STEM Forum and Expo - San Francisco, CA

NSTA STEM Forum and Expo - San Francisco, CA

Jul 24 - 26, 2019
747 Howard Street
San Francisco, CA
Moscone Center West
Before it was renamed to San Francisco, this small city by the bay was called Yerba Buena. Another fun fact about San Francisco is the color of the Golden Gate...
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FFA Convention

FFA Convention

Oct 30 - Nov 2, 2019
100 S Capitol Ave
Indianapolis, IN
Indianapolis Convention Center
Keep checking back on more information about the 2019 FFA Convention.
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