Upper Elementary Fuel Cell Curriculum
This lesson plan, intended for students in grades four through six, includes six lessons with hands-on learning activities, as well as a pre-lesson discussion guide to introduce students to the topic of fuel cells, and detailed teacher's notes. All materials are included in a single PDF file.
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