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Wrap It Up!Add to list Details
In this Energy and Environment activity (page 9 of the PDF), learners calculate the mass of a piece of gum, compare it to the mass of the gum's packaging, and then create a bar graph of the results.
The Recycling Conservation CalculatorAdd to list Details
In this environmental activity (page 16 of the PDF), learners will calculate the amount of energy they save by recycling paper, plastic, glass, and aluminum materials over the span of a week.
Liesegang RingsAdd to list Details
This display shows slow chemical reactions in colorful crystal formations known as Liesegang Rings. These reactions are similar to those forming the rings in agates.
In this activities, learners head outside and investigate trees through bark rubbings. Learners will need paper, a pencil, and some unwrapped crayons to create them.
Oil and SoapAdd to list Details
Learners investigate the properties of the liquids in two bottles. One contains layers of oil and water, and one contains oil, water, and soap.
Mighty SeedsAdd to list Details
In this biology experiment, learners plant soybean seeds in plaster of Paris, witnessing firsthand the mighty power and ability of plants to grow in adverse conditions.
Acid Rain Eats Stone!Add to list Details
This display shows the dangers of acid rain on buildings and other structures as two concrete bunny rabbits are disintegrated by sulfuric acid. Learners scrape chalk onto the concrete bunnies.