Students learn about wavelengths with a slinky demo and then get a chance to explore what things we can see (and not see) with black light!
Kick-start your students' creativity by asking them to brainstorm and problem-solve. In this two-part exploration, students are challenged to think about materials and solutions in a variety of ways.
Students will learn about Newton's Laws of Motion by pushing, pulling, rolling, dropping, and bouncing two balls.
In this demonstration, students discover a practical way of determining whether or not an egg is raw or hard-boiled.
Students explore the relationship between electricity and magnetism.
Explore density through investigating properties of water in an estuary.
Students learn about the relationship between electricity and magnetism by creating and experimenting with their very own electromagnet. After making the magnet, they can explore how it works by making modifications to the number of batteries, the length of wire and number of loops, and the type of core used.
This activity explores how the greenhouse effect operates and contributes to climate change.
- Get to Know a Potato
- Is It A Magnet?
- Lighting Light Bulbs
- Oersted's Experiment
- Plane Wing Simulator
- Polarizing Filters
- Pollinator characteristics
- Shape Scavenger Hunt
- Snap, Crackle, POP!
- Straw Poppers
- Super Simple Motor
- The Nose Knows
- The World's Simplest Motor
- Toy Cars
- Will It Wilt?
- Yeast-Inflated Balloons
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