With inquiry-based learning, middle school science students use experiments and discussion to stretch their thinking. Continue reading
Want to gobble some ooey-gooey slime? Get your grub on with this gak recipe that you can eat!
Slime is a staple of Halloween, chemistry, and science, in general. What could be better than stretching a glob of goo between your hands or letting it run between your fingers? Well, if you’re like us, you want to be able to eat it. With this Edible Slime recipe, that’s exactly what you can do. What are you waiting for? Mix up a batch of your own.
This demonstration only uses a few kitchen items and requires very little set up and clean up time. It’s perfect for little scientist-artists who are always looking for new activities and wondering how they work.
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This activity is intended for Grade 9 D/P level courses.
Introduction:In this activity, you will create a poster of a Superhero or Villain based on an element in the periodic table with an atomic number of 20 or less.
The amount of air that you move in and out of your lungs while breathing normally is called TIDAL VOLUME. This amount of air provides enough oxygen for a person who is resting. Continue reading
Lemon battery, powers light bulb, Joey’s science project, 6 year old Joey (First Grade) demonstration of an electrical lemon battery. Continue reading