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Dichotomous Key for Texas Trees  This is a dichotomous key for common Texas Trees. It includes color pictures of many Texas trees. 
Directional Anatomical Terminology  This lesson will present the different terminology used in veterinary medicine to describe locations and joint actions of animals and their anatomy. The activities will apply the material in a fun and interactive manner such as making a paper mache animal to label! 
Discrepant Events  These discrepant event examples are fun ways to introduce or review a topic & pack a lot of "wow" factor! 
Does it Sink or Float? All about Density and Buoyancy  This activity guides students through the use of water displacement chambers and balances to determine the density of objects. After this practice, students are asked to determine the density of several mystery liquids inside balloons and use this information to identify the liquids. 
Does your weight or age change if you leave Earth?  These are two good activities to use during a space exploration chapter that allow the students to calculate their age and/or weight on other planetary bodies. 
         
 
 

The PEER Program is composed of three grants entitled "GK-12 Fellows Integrate Science/Math in Rural Middle Schools", "Integrating Environmental Health Science in Rural Schools," and a Science Education Partnership Award (SEPA) entitled "Science Promotion in Rural Middle Schools".

Major funding for the PEER Program is provided by John Deere,
the
National Science Foundation, the
National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
and the Office of Research Infrastructure Programs (ORIP) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH).