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Welcome to the Iowa Science Phenomena website! The goal of this website and service is to create, curate, collect and share a growing collection of user-generated, media-based, standards aligned, science phenomena resources for use in Iowa classrooms, as well as support Iowa teachers as they continue to implement phenomena-based and place-based teaching practices.

There are several ways you can be involved in this project:

Questions? Please contact us at phenomena@iowapbs.org.
All living things have basic needs to survive. Even though the needs...
This picture was taken at a ranch in the Des Moines area. Kids were...
Behind a fairly new housing development, there is a stream that runs...
Walking through a wooded backyard, I noticed that there was an old...
There is a small stream that runs throughout a wooded area. The stream...
Iowans are not strangers to blizzards and snowstorms in the winter...
There are several cracks on roads, parking lots, and on the playground...
There are rivers and streams all around us, and evidence shows how...
Animals such as birds and squirrels build nests in trees and bushes...
Releasing carbon dioxide from a canister will cause the canister to...
When yeast is added to bread dough, it begins to metabolize the sugars...
Migrating geese use a fascinating navigational ability called...
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