Showing results 1 to 10 of 10
Whale Communication Hide and Seek
In this activity, learners pretend that they are orcas and search for their "pods" using Morse code.
Thermal Energy Put to Work
In this activity, learners determine whether thermal energy can be used for work.
Exploring Size: Scented Balloons
In this activity, learners use their sense of smell to explore the world on the nanoscale.
Rocket PinwheelAdd to list Details
This is an activity about motion, power, air and Newton’s Third Law of Motion, which states that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.
Are balloons porous or non-porous? In this activity, learners watch an entertaining Mr. O video and conduct a simple experiment to find out.
This is an activity about rockets. Learners will explore how rockets leave Earth's orbit and what it takes to make a launch successful.
Mini VortexAdd to list Details
In this activity, learners will build an air cannon out of simple materials you can find around the house. Although air is invisible to the eye, it is not by any means empty space!
In this activity, learners make a yeast-air balloon to get a better idea of what yeast can do. Learners discover that the purpose of leaveners like yeast is to produce the gas that makes bread rise.
In this demonstration, learners observe the effects of density and pressure by attempting to make "balloon kebabs." Learners will try to insert a wooden skewer all the way through an inflated balloon
In this activity, learners make balloon models of disease-causing bacteria.