Make a Difference on Earth Day April 22, 2017!

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Explore a project-based learning unit for middle school science classrooms focused on developing solutions to minimize the negative impacts of plastics on the environment. In this NGSS-aligned unit, students use the engineering design process to define a problem, brainstorm solutions, develop prototypes and iterate on their designs. Explore this Collection

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