# Working for Wonka

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• Bee A Coder Part 4: Repeat Loops

Learn how to use repeat loops in this interactive tutorial. Repeat loops iterate though a list of instructions based on a desired number of times.

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• Bee A Coder Part 3: If Statements

Learn how to perform instructions using an if statement and explore relational operators (less than, greater than, equal and not equal to) and how

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Subject Area(s): Science, Mathematics

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• Bee A Coder Part 2: Condition Statements

Construct efficient lines of code using condition- and if-statements to solve equations as you complete this interactive tutorial. You'll also

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• Bee A Coder Part 1: Declare Variables

Learn how to define, declare and initialize variables as you start the journey to "bee" a coder in this interactive tutorial. Variables are

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Subject Area(s): Science, Mathematics

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• Investigate Like a Scientist: Types of Scientific

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Explore the differences between an experiment and other types of scientific investigations as you complete this interactive tutorial.

Subject Area(s): Science

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• Expressions: Not Just for Faces

Learn how to write mathematical expressions while make faces in thisinteractive tutorial!

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• Electrical To Thermal Energy

Learn how electrical energy is produced from earth's natural resources. The electrical energy we use everyday travels through a wire and is

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Subject Area(s): Science

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• Einstein's Guide To Forces And Motion

Investigate and explain that when a force is applied to an object but it does not move, it is because another opposing force is being applied by

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Subject Area(s): Science

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• Energy and Motion

Explore the connection between energy and motion. Help Thomas the turtle win the race by using your knowledge of energy and work.

Subject Area(s): Science

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By the end of this tutorial you will be able to interpret data presented on a line plot and use operations on fractions to solve problems involving

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Subject Area(s): Mathematics

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• Measuring to Build a Ramp

By the end of this tutorial you'll know how to convert among different-sized customary units of weight, length, capacity, and units of time.

Subject Area(s): Mathematics

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• The Expression Debate

By the end of this tutorial, you will be able to evaluate expressions that have all four operations (multiplication, division, addition, and

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• Identifying the Control Group

By the end of this tutorial, you will learn to identify a control group and be able to explain its importance in an experiment.

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• Cracking the Decimal Code

By the end of this tutorial, you will be able to read and write decimals to the thousandths using base-ten numerals, number names, and expanded

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Subject Area(s): Mathematics

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• Flying From Place To Place

Take flight as you learn to recognize that in a multi-digit number, a digit in one place represents 10 times as much as it represents in the place

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• Do You Need Me to Repeat That?

Learn how to identify explicit evidence and understand implicit meaning in a text. In this tutorial you will learn to identify the importance of

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Subject Area(s): Science, English Language Arts

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• Energy Scavenger Hunt at an Amusement Park

Visit an amusement park to be able to investigate and describe some basic forms of energy, including light, heat, sound, electrical, chemical, and

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Subject Area(s): Science

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• #InterpretAFractionAsDivision

Learn to identify a fraction as division of the numerator by the denominator using fraction models in this interactive tutorial.

Subject Area(s): Mathematics

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• Some Like It Hot

Learnhow heat is a form of energy. You will also look at other examples of energy as they are found during a camping trip.

Subject Area(s): Science

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• You Sank my Battleship!

Learn how to accurately plot coordinates on a plane.

Subject Area(s): Mathematics

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• Marvelous Solid Mixtures: Let’s Sort them Out!

Learn and demonstrate that mixtures of solids can be separated by observable properties.

Subject Area(s): Science, English Language Arts

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• How Do We Do Science?

Learn to recognize that authentic scientific investigations do not always follow the steps of the scientific method. This tutorial is designed to

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Subject Area(s): Science

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• Air Pressure Part 1: What is it?

Explore the basics of air pressure in this interactive tutorial.

Subject Area(s): Science

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• Traveling With Boolean Logic Part 4: NAND and NOR

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Explore how temperature and humidity affects biomeslike the tundraand desert, and learn how computers useNANDand NOR logic gatesto make decisions.

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Subject Area(s): Science

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• Traveling With Boolean Logic Part 3: OR Gates

Explorehow temperature, wind speed and other weather data affects a biomelikethe temperate grasslands. While exploring the different aspects of the

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Subject Area(s): Science

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• Traveling With Boolean Logic Part 2: And Gates

Learn how AND Boolean logic can be used to evaluate two different inputs resulting in a true or false output.While exploringthe logic of a computer

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• Traveling With Boolean Logic Part 1: Not Gates

Expand your coding skills with Booleanlogic asyou use theinverter NOT function to make decisionswhile learning about differentbiomes. This is part 1

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Subject Area(s): Science

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• Bee A Coder Part 4: Repeat Loops

Learn how to use repeat loops in this interactive tutorial. Repeat loops iterate though a list of instructions based on a desired number of times.

...

Subject Area(s): Science, Mathematics

Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

• Bee A Coder Part 3: If Statements

Learn how to perform instructions using an if statement and explore relational operators (less than, greater than, equal and not equal to) and how

...

Subject Area(s): Science, Mathematics

Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

• Bee A Coder Part 2: Condition Statements

Construct efficient lines of code using condition- and if-statements to solve equations as you complete this interactive tutorial. You'll also

...

Subject Area(s): Science, Mathematics

Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

• Bee A Coder Part 1: Declare Variables

Learn how to define, declare and initialize variables as you start the journey to "bee" a coder in this interactive tutorial. Variables are

...

Subject Area(s): Science, Mathematics

Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

• Investigate Like a Scientist: Types of Scientific

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Explore the differences between an experiment and other types of scientific investigations as you complete this interactive tutorial.

Subject Area(s): Science

Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

• Expressions: Not Just for Faces

Learn how to write mathematical expressions while make faces in thisinteractive tutorial!

Subject Area(s): Mathematics

Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

• Electrical To Thermal Energy

Learn how electrical energy is produced from earth's natural resources. The electrical energy we use everyday travels through a wire and is

...

Subject Area(s): Science

Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

• Einstein's Guide To Forces And Motion

Investigate and explain that when a force is applied to an object but it does not move, it is because another opposing force is being applied by

...

Subject Area(s): Science

Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

• Energy and Motion

Explore the connection between energy and motion. Help Thomas the turtle win the race by using your knowledge of energy and work.

Subject Area(s): Science

Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

• Integrating Information: A Titanic Challenge

Take theTitanic challenge! You'll be reading and learning about one of the most famous vessels of all time and its incredible collapse into the

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Subject Area(s): English Language Arts

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• Journey of the Solar System

Explore the Solar System. Take a journey and investigate the objects that call our solar system home. You will visit the Sun, planets, satellites,

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Subject Area(s): Science

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By the end of this tutorial you will be able to interpret data presented on a line plot and use operations on fractions to solve problems involving

...

Subject Area(s): Mathematics

Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

• Measuring to Build a Ramp

By the end of this tutorial you'll know how to convert among different-sized customary units of weight, length, capacity, and units of time.

Subject Area(s): Mathematics

Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

• Disaster Preparedness

By the end of this tutorial you will have designed a natural disaster plan of your own and identify reasons for having one.

Subject Area(s): Science

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• The Expression Debate

By the end of this tutorial, you will be able to evaluate expressions that have all four operations (multiplication, division, addition, and

...

Subject Area(s): Mathematics

Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

• What's the Meaning of This?

Meet Detective Brown! He and his friends are all detectives.You know, readers are just like detectives. Detectives try to solve mysteries when

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Subject Area(s): English Language Arts

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Join Ashley, an avid snowboarding athlete, as she researches aspects of the extreme sport. She's going to show you how to do this, so you can begin

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Subject Area(s): English Language Arts

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• Why Did the Author Write That?

Meet Point! He's going to help you better understand point of view in informational texts. The author's point of view is how he feels about the

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Subject Area(s): English Language Arts

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• What's the Matter in the Galaxy?

Learn to identify components within a galaxy such as gas, dust, stars and objects that orbit stars.

Subject Area(s): Science, English Language Arts

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• Identifying the Control Group

By the end of this tutorial, you will learn to identify a control group and be able to explain its importance in an experiment.

Subject Area(s): Science

Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

• Cracking the Decimal Code

By the end of this tutorial, you will be able to read and write decimals to the thousandths using base-ten numerals, number names, and expanded

...

Subject Area(s): Mathematics

Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

• Flying From Place To Place

Take flight as you learn to recognize that in a multi-digit number, a digit in one place represents 10 times as much as it represents in the place

...

Subject Area(s): Mathematics

Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

• Do You Need Me to Repeat That?

Learn how to identify explicit evidence and understand implicit meaning in a text. In this tutorial you will learn to identify the importance of

...

Subject Area(s): Science, English Language Arts

Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

• Adages and Proverbs: Revealing Hidden Meanings

Meet Melvin the Magician! When you're dealing with magic, things are not always as they appear. That's what makes magic fun! Similarly, when you're

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Subject Area(s): English Language Arts

Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

• Energy Scavenger Hunt at an Amusement Park

Visit an amusement park to be able to investigate and describe some basic forms of energy, including light, heat, sound, electrical, chemical, and

...

Subject Area(s): Science

Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

• #InterpretAFractionAsDivision

Learn to identify a fraction as division of the numerator by the denominator using fraction models in this interactive tutorial.

Subject Area(s): Mathematics

Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

• Some Like It Hot

Learnhow heat is a form of energy. You will also look at other examples of energy as they are found during a camping trip.

Subject Area(s): Science

Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

• How's the Weather?

By the end of this tutorial you should be able to recognize how each of five factors determine the weather in a particular place and time. The five

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Subject Area(s): Science

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• Let's Investigate

Learn how to recognize and explain that science is based on testable observations and that explanations for observations must be linked to evidence.

Subject Area(s): Science

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• Series Winner

Meet the Bulldogs! They love baseball and are trying to compete in the World Series, but they are in a little slump. In order for their team to

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Subject Area(s): English Language Arts

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• Idioms: Revealing Hidden Meanings

Meet Melvin the Magician! When you're dealing with magic, things are not always as they appear. That's what makes magic fun! Similarly, when you're

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Subject Area(s): English Language Arts

Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

• You Sank my Battleship!

Learn how to accurately plot coordinates on a plane.

Subject Area(s): Mathematics

Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

• Quote From Text

By the end of this tutorial, you will be able to quote accurately from a text when answering explicit questions and when supporting inferences from

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Subject Area(s): English Language Arts

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• Comparing Plants and Animals

In this tutorial you will identify the basic needs of living things, identify the ways living things protect, support and reproduce, and compare and

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Subject Area(s): Science

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• Weather-related Differences

Learn how to identify explicit evidence and understand implicit meaning in a text. You should be able to distinguish weather conditions among

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Subject Area(s): Science

Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

• Marvelous Solid Mixtures: Let’s Sort them Out!

Learn and demonstrate that mixtures of solids can be separated by observable properties.

Subject Area(s): Science, English Language Arts

Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

• Your Heart is An Amazing Organ

Learnto: identify the heart as an important organ for life. describe the features of the heart including the four chambers, pulmonary artery and

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Subject Area(s): Science

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• “Raindrops Keep Falling on my Head… OR WAIT, is

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Learn to identify precipitation as rain, snow, sleet and hail.

Subject Area(s): Science

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• What's The Weather Like

Learn to describe the relationship between latitude and annual mean temperatures on Earth.

Subject Area(s): Science

Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

• How Do We Do Science?

Learn to recognize that authentic scientific investigations do not always follow the steps of the scientific method. This tutorial is designed to

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Subject Area(s): Science

Primary Resource Type: Original Tutorial

Learn how adaptations can help animals survive in their environments.

Subject Area(s): Science

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Learn how to identify explicit evidence and understand implicit meaning in a text.

Demonstrate how a rectangular prism can be carefully filled without gaps or overlaps using the same size unit cubes and then use this model to determine its volume.

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