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In this simulation, learners use M&M™ candy to explore radioactive isotope decay.
Get a roll of pennies, throw them on the ground, then remove those that only show tails, and repeat with the ones left over.
In this "Sid the Science Kid" activity from Episode 106: My Mushy Banana, learners explore the effects of decay by comparing and contrasting something (an old pumpkin) that's decayed with the same thi
Learners design their own experiment to determine conditions that either help or hinder the decomposition of carrots by soil microbes.
In this outdoor activity, learners use a "litter-critter" wheel to help them identify different animals they find living in a natural litter habitat.
In this activity, learners will test cups full of potting soil, sand, and sphagnum moss to see which earth material is able to soak up the most water.
In this activity (page 1 of the PDF under SciGirls Activity: Bogs), learners will test cups full of potting soil, sand, and sphagnum moss to see which earth material is able to soak up the most water.
In this outdoor activity, learners cut through and investigate rotten logs and then make log-profile puzzles for each other.