Welcome to Amplify Science for grades 6–8!
On this site, you’ll find resources to guide you in your review.
When you’re ready to explore full units in the digital Teacher’s Guide, click the “Review” button at the bottom of this page.
About the program
In every unit of Amplify Science, students take on the roles of scientists and engineers to figure out real-world phenomena. Students actively investigate compelling questions by finding and evaluating evidence, then developing convincing arguments. These engaging roles and phenomena bring science to life in your classroom.
The program is built from the ground up for new science standards and three-dimensional learning. The Next Generation Science Standards have raised the bar in science education. We set out to create a science program that educators can leverage to bring three-dimensional learning to life for their students.
Hear from educators like you
Hear from teachers, administrators, and students across the country who are using Amplify Science in their classrooms right now.
Resources to support your review
Download the resources below before you review the program to better understand the program structure, components, real-world phenomena, digital resources, and more.
Before you explore the program, watch this video overview and get familiar with the digital Teacher’s Guide and where to find resources for you and your students online.
Start your review
To complete your review digitally, click the orange button below to explore the digital Teacher’s Guide. You’ll have access to one full unit from every grade.
When you explore the digital Teacher’s Guide, a quick guided tour will familiarize you with navigation of the program and its features.
While you can access all of the print resources from the digital Teacher’s Guide, we’ve collected a few exemplars here from each unit:
Grade 6 (integrated model)
Student Investigation Notebook
Grade 7 (integrated model)
Grade 8 (integrated model)
Earth & Space Science (domain model)
Life Science (domain model)
Physical Science (domain model)