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Staying active is an important part of your overall health. The key is to find activities that both raise your heart rate and that you enjoy doing. In this COSI Connects activity, you will get active while practicing experimental design and data analysis! Click the green Open button to access this COSI Connects activity.
Learn about the Sun's ever-changing surface and the tools scientists use to predict solar storms in these videos and quizzes. Think you'd like to be a scientist yourself? Then check out the Meet the Experts page to see how these scientists got their start.
The Rock Cycle
Rocks can change from one form to another. Find out how in this Study Jam from Scholastic.
The Science of Energy
Explore the science of energy. Learn where energy comes from, how we use it, measure it, and more!
The Secret Lives of Plants
Read this Capstone eBook to learn more about photosynthesis. If you're at home, you'll need your school's INFOhio username/password. If you don't know it, find it on INFOhio's Get Password page.
Like a diamond in the sky...how are stars and planets formed? What relationships exist in the solar system? Find out in these videos from the European Space Agency.
The Water Cycle
Where does rain come from? Where does it go? Learn about the water cycle using interactive diagrams.
Tools of Predation
Join the Cleveland Museum of Natural History at the Perkins Wildlife Center and learn more about the unique physical adaptations and the interesting dietary preferences of predators.
Vertebrate Zoology Collections
Assistant Curator of Vertebrate Zoology, Roberta Muehlheim, at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History shows us some of her favorite skeletons in this fascinating collection and talks about her important research in conserving amphibian populations in Ohio.
Weather Wiz Kids
Thunder, lightning, hurricanes, tsunamis, and more! Learn about fascinating weather phenomena from a meteorologist!
Weathering & Erosion
How do water and wind shape the earth? Find out how in this Study Jam from Scholastic.