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In this math activity, learners use a variety of sensory modalities to gain experiences with identifying, describing and creating repeating patterns.
In this outdoor activity and bingo-like game, learners explore why and how seeds spread far from the plants that produce them.
In this chemistry challenge, learners identify which plants have the enzyme "catalase" that breaks hydrogen peroxide into water and oxygen.
This exercise is designed to teach young learners the different parts of a plant (root, stems, leaves, flowers, fruit, and seeds), the basic functions of each part, and to show that tiny microscopic o
In this activity, Frankenstein's lab is running out of electricity! Learners use fruit to help Igor find a temporary source of energy to turn on a light.
This is a perfect summertime lunch activity! Pico Cricket is required (micro controller). First, get a bunch of cut up fruit, line them up, then plug a piece of fruit with a Pico Cricket sensor clip.
In this activity, learners discover how a piece of fruit can act as an electrolyte, conducting electricity between two different metals.
Learners make a "menu" of any plants in their lunch for Monday through Friday and draw the plants from their lunch.
This math challenge, played with two players or a whole group, engages your problem solving skills.
In this "Sid the Science Kid" activity from Episode 108: My Ice Pops, learners observe reversible change while thinking about ways to make ice melt.
In this activity, learners use their senses to collect information about a fruit and record their findings in a Science Journal.
In this activity, young learners (2 years and up) explore tree structure and biology. Tree products are explored by painitng with fruit.
In this activity, learners will estimate how many seeds are in a fruit or vegetable, then count to find out. The result: mix estimation with healthy eating.
In this chemistry challenge, learners work to figure out which of four juices are real, and which is just food coloring and sugar.
In this activity, learners extract DNA from a strawberry and discover that DNA is in the food they eat.
In this math lesson, learners are introduced to proportional reasoning through modeling, sharing, and questioning techniques.
In this math lesson, learners use fruit to learn about proportions and percentages. Learners compare the weights of the edible and non-edible portions of fruit.
In this activity, learners follow a recipe to create play dough scented with fruit-flavored drink mix.
In this activity, learners create a battery from fruit. This activity helps learners explore electricity, electrochemistry, and series circuits as well as the process of scientific inquiry.