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Mercury in the EnvironmentAdd to list Details
In this environmental science lesson, learners will examine the dangers of mercury and how humans contribute to growing mercury emissions on Earth.
Toxic Popcorn Design Challenge
In this activity, learners explore the engineering design process (EDP)—the process engineers use to solve design challenges.
Many people get water from a source deep underground, called groundwater.
What is in the Water?
In this activity, learners use open inquiry to learn about the process of science as well as gain experience regarding the Law of Conservation of Mass, dissolution, and density.
Hazardous Chemicals in Your NeighborhoodAdd to list Details
In this environmental science lesson, learners will examine hazardous chemicals and their effects on human health and the environment.
Demonstrating An Epidemic
This experiment allows learners to experience a small scale "epidemic," demonstrating the ease with which disease organisms are spread, and enables learners to determine the originator of the "epidemi
Low-Tech Water Filter for High-Impact Clean
In this activity, learners consider the water features they might enjoy at a community park--a pond, brook, water playground (or "sprayground"), or pool--and what happens to the water over time.