Mosa Mack and Crew

Award-winning inquiry units that are engaging and easy to use.

“I don’t know what just happened in my science class, but I’m glad it did."

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Aligned to NGSS and CCSS

Animated Mysteries

No more lectures. All of Mosa Mack’s units start with a 6-7 minute animated mystery that engages students with plot, humor, songs, and ends with a question that students get to solve.


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Hands-on Activities

Inquiry activities that use materials you already have, giving students a tactile way to experience the concepts learned in the episode. Want to make it more inquiry-based? We’ve got you covered. Want to make it less inquiry-based? We can do that too. Use our inquiry-scale to implement the lesson in a way that makes sense for your class.

Engineering Design Challenge

Challenge students to apply what they’ve learned to solve real-world and relevant problems. Never taught engineering before? We’ve got you covered! We’ll walk you through best practices of implementing the iterative design process.


See Mosa Mack in Action



Climate Change


Food Chains



May 4th


May 15th


May 27th

Genetic Variation

June 10th

Atoms & Molecules

June 24th

States of Matter

July 1st

Thermal Energy

July 15th

Newton’s Laws

July 30th


August 12th

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Teachers Love Mosa

“I was excited to see how Mosa Mack encouraged my students to want to learn more. It was amazing and exciting to finally have a product that students could apply to their real world!”
- Debbie Locke

“My students were transfixed by Mosa Mack. They loved the story line, connected with the humor, and engaged in complex problem-solving exercises.”
- Tracy Fuad

“As an African-American in a STEM field, I appreciate and am encouraged by the work you are doing.”
- Tealeda Nesbitt

“Mosa Mack takes a new and much-needed approach to science education.”
- Zach Rome

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