Grade 9 Science Titles in Overdrive eBook Library


Cellular Reproduction

How do cells multiply?

What are the advantages and disadvantages of sexual and asexual reproduction?

A Closer Look at Biology, Microbiology and the Cell

Cell and Microbe Science Fair Projects

Cell Biology

Cells – The Building Blocks of Life Unit

High School Biology Unlocked: Your Key to Understanding and Mastering Complex Biology Concepts

How Cells Divide, Reproduce and Specialize

How Cells Function

How Plant and Animal Cells Differ

Inheritance and Reproduction

Learning About the Endocrine and Reproductive Systems

Should Scientists Pursue Cloning?

Super Cool Science Experiments Cells

The Abortion Debate

The Science of Life: Projects and Principles for Beginning Biologists

What is Cell Theory


 

The Periodic Table (the electron arrangement of atoms impacts their chemical nature)

Which patterns are shown on the periodic table?

How can the periodic table be represented in a different form?

Atoms and Molecules

Elements and Compounds

Elements and the Periodic Table:  What Things Are Made Of, Grades 5-8 (Activity Book)

Elements and the Periodic Table, Grades 5 – 8

Investigating the Chemistry of Atoms

Learning about Atoms, Grades 4 – 8

Sorting the Elements:  The Periodic Table at Work


Circuits and Electric Current (electricity is the flow of electrons)

Why do electrons flow in a circuit?

How does increasing current impact your personal safety with electricity?

Electricity

Electricity and Magnetism (Great Ideas of Science Series)

Electricity and Magnetism:  Static Electricity, Current Electricity, and Magnets, Grades 5-8

Electricity and Magnetism Experiments

Explore Electricity with 25 Great Projects

Science Action Labs: Electricity and Magnetism


Our Interconnected Biosphere, Geosphere, Hydrosphere, and Atmosphere

How do Earth’s major spheres interact?

How do matter and energy move through ecosystems?

How do First Peoples view the cycling of matter and energy?

Arctic Thaw

Biomass: Fueling Change

Bridging The Energy Gap

Changing Planet: What is the Environmental Impact of Migration and Settlement

Climate Change

Conservation: Fresh Water Resources (at a younger grade level, but may be helpful)

Conservation: Ocean Water Resources (at a younger grade level, but may be helpful)

David Suzuki Doing Battle with Climate Change

Earth’s Cycles: Great Science Projects About the Water Cycle, Photosynthesis, and More

Environmental Engineering and the Science of Sustainability

Geothermal Energy

Global Warming: Causes (at a younger grade level, but may be helpful)

Global Warming: Reduction (at a younger grade level, but may be helpful)

How We Know What We Know About Our Changing Climate: Scientists and Kids Explore Global Warming AND A Teacher’s Guide to “How We Know What We Know About Our Changing Climate”: Lessons, Resources, and Guidelines for Teaching about Global Warming

Inside Biosphere 2: Earth Science Under Glass

Inside the Water Cycle

It’s Getting Hot in Here: The Past, Present, and Future of Climate Change

Ocean, Tidal, and Wave Energy: Power from the Sea

Planet Earth – 25 Environmental Projects you can Build Yourself

Poisoning Planet Earth

Prevention, Recycling and Conservation (at a younger grade level, but may be helpful)

Reducing your own Carbon Footprint (at a younger grade level, but may be helpful)

Save the Planet: Protecting Our Natural Resources

Solar Energy

Sustaining Our Natural Resources

The Carbon Cycle

The Transfer of Energy: Science Lab

Using Stem to Investigate Issues in Alternative Energy

Using Stem to Investigate Issues in Food Production

Using Stem to Investigate Issues in Waste Management

Waste: A Global View (at a younger grade level, but may be helpful)

Waste: At the Source (at a younger grade level, but may be helpful)


 

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