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Use geometry, a ruler, and a steady hand to create these amazing unfurling paper folds!
DNA is the thread of life. Encoded in its genetic sequence is the information that makes each of us unique. This activity allows you to see long, stringy strands of DNA extracted from wheat germ.
DNA is the thread of life. Encoded in its genetic sequence is the information that makes each of us unique.
In this activity, learners take their own pulse and explore how heart rate is affected by various activities.
In this experiment, learners isolate Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA) from onion cells using a simple extraction procedure.
Break open that used musical toy and squish some Play-Doh over the circuit boards, and you will hear some weird and distorted sounds the manufacturer never intended!
In this activity, learners make their own solar oven to bake s'mores and learn about how solar energy is absorbed on Earth.
Build a fruit fly trap out of a 2-liter plastic bottle and some rotten fruit! Fruit flies are easy to catch in warm weather. Once you catch some, you will be able to see their life cycle up-close.
This activity is about the mural making process done about 9,000 years ago in Catalhoyuk, Turkey.
Learners will construct a model of a heart valve using a film canister, a piece of masking tape, and a piece of paper.
In this interactive game, learners will test their memory of animal and insect sounds. Flip over cards, listen to the sound, and try to find the ones that match.
This is a hands-on activity that uses bread and household materials to grow mold. Learners collect dust from a room, wipe it on food, and contain it. One to seven days later, mold has grown.