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Try a Unit from the Award-Winning IMSA Fusion STEM Program to get a glimpse into what the larger curriculum modules have to offer your classroom and your students.

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Crops don’t appear out of thin air, or do they? In this Nutrient Management unit from the award-winning IMSA Fusion STEM program, students critically examine the first recorded experiment in biology and learn about the sources of a growing plant’s mass. In the second activity, students examine pictures of crops that are experiencing nutrient deficiencies. After diagnosing the deficiencies, students determine the appropriate fertilizers to apply on their “fields,” based on experimental evidence.

Includes materials for 30 students, writable student content and access to detailed digital teacher content with professional development videos (1-year license). Grades 6–8.