Scientists in School, a favourite learning partner of many Ontario elementary schools, has qualified for the final round of CST’s Inspired Minds Learning contest. Continue reading
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By Steve Spangler.
A Solar Bag is a long plastic bag made from a very thin plastic and colored black to absorb solar energy. The heated air inside the bag provides buoyancy and causes the bag to float. Continue reading
This lab is intended for Grade 11 Biology (SBI 3U).
In this activity, students will breed several generations of Origami Birds and observe the effect the birds’ form on the evolutionary success of these animals. Continue reading
The hair on your scalp can get really long, but your leg hair doesn’t sweep the floor. Why not?
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