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In this environmental activity (page 6 of the PDF), learners identify household products that are recyclable and explore the different types of recyclable plastics.
In this experience, learners use the internet to research physical details about Chihuly's Fireworks of Glass "Tower" and "Ceiling" and consider the decisions Chihuly had to make as he was planning th
In this on site "field trip" activity (located on pages 6-9 of PDF), learners get hands-on experience identifying building materials by playing "Building Bingo".
This hands-on astronomy activity allows you to create a “cutaway” telescope to clearly show how reflector and refractor telescopes work.
In this optics activity, learners discover how they can make glass objects "disappear." Learners submerge glass objects like stirring rods into a beaker of Wesson™ oil to explore how the principles of
In this activity, learners discover the principles of edible glass by making a supersaturated sugar solution.
In this activity, learners explore the history of making objects from glass and artistry of Dale Chihuly.
In this activity, learners search for various kinds of items made from minerals around their home or school, including toothpaste, wall paint, kitty litter, and bricks.
In this activity, learners discover that sand is the major ingredient in glass.