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  • Trash Traits   1 day 45 min ago

    Plastic, Ahoy!: Investigating the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, by Patricia Newman and Annie Crawley, is an excellent book for older students who want to learn more about marine debris. The book follows a team of researchers who sailed one thousand miles into open ocean, to where millions of pieces of plastic have collected from rivers, beaches, and ocean traffic all over the world.

  • Counting Craze   6 days 11 hours ago

    This wrapping paper math activity is very accessible for the holiday season, when so many gifts are being wrapped. Extend it to the next age level up by adding and subtracting objects on the patterned paper.

  • Build Your Own Hydroelectric Generator   1 week 1 day ago

    It's awesome but can I use something instead of cork for making turbine

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  • Food Chain Game   2 weeks 2 days ago

    The game has also a flow of physics, where it is also good for kids that they incorporate one activity into game ideas.

  • Food Chain Game   3 weeks 1 hour ago

    Very informative!

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  • Biodiversity of Feet   4 weeks 6 days ago

    I did a similar activity at our science center as part of a suite of programs to celebrate Charles Darwin's 200th birthday. We used rubber animal feet similar to the ones sold by Nasco:

    Visitors made ink stamps with the feet and examined the tracks.

  • Biodiversity of Feet   5 weeks 4 days ago

    If you can't get to a zoo, you can try this activity at a nature or science center, or natural history museum, that has live animals or figures of animals that were once live. You can also adapt this activity for your school, library or home, by using photographs and illustrations of animals from magazines, books or websites. Two excellent resources are Smithsonian's The Animal Book (photos) and The Animal Book by Steve Jenkins (illustrations).

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  • Counting Books: Make Your Own!   7 weeks 1 hour ago

    Inspire young learners to create their own counting books for Halloween, with the picture book Ten Creepy Monsters by Carey Armstrong-Ellis.

  • A Model Nuclear Power Plant Steam Turbine   9 weeks 4 hours ago

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  • Make your own science videos: stop motion & time-lapse on the cheap   10 weeks 1 day ago

    Nice Articles. Asia and Peter asked permission from YACHT to use their music for the SMILE animations.

  • Protect That BRAIN!: Mr. Egghead   12 weeks 2 days ago

    Try inserting the egg far inside the cardboard tube of a new roll of toilet paper. Then experiment with dropping the "helmet" so the thick paper hits the ground, and so that the end of the tube hits the ground. You can also try whacking the helmet against a hard surface like the inside of a sink. Expand your exploration by testing different surfaces—hard floor, rubber mat, crumpled newspaper— onto which you drop your unprotected and protect "brains."

  • Pinball Wizard   13 weeks 21 hours ago

    Somehow this is like a physics games which will enhance kids their education ability with scientific knowledge. This is really cool, this like a game of, where my kids enjoy playing.

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