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Simpsons in the Classroom

12 May

I have used Simpson’s clips for years in my classroom as hooks, theme-based lessons, and to illustrate Mathematical concepts from fractions to Pi using Simpsons Math. Check out my Girls Just Wanna Add Sums Packet and the Simpsons Math site for even more resources on this topic/episode.

Now the Simpsons’ will be invading a Science Classroom near you. From periodic tables to Newton’s Laws, Simpson’s can provide a new perspective (or a frame of reference) on illustrating the not so concrete laws of science:

  • Angular Momentum
  • Second Law of Thermodynamics
  • Metric System
  • Newtons’ First & Third Law
  • Photon Pressure
  • Zinc Film
  • Inelastic Collision
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