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In this activity, learners experiment with different variables in making hollandaise sauce to achieve the correct texture and consistency.
In this activity about electricity and magnetism, learners examine what happens when a magnet exerts a force on a current-carrying wire.
In this activity, learners separate the components of Gatorade using a home-made affinity column.
In this activity, learners build a switch to turn electrical circuits on and off.
This is an activity/demo in which learners are exposed to the difference bewteen hydrophobic surfaces (water repelling) and hydrophilic surfaces (water loving).
In this chemistry demonstration, learners investigate the rule "likes dissolve likes" by combining three, immiscible liquids to create a colorful density column.
In this activity, learners explore the magnetic field of a bar magnet as an introduction to understanding Earth's magnetic field. First, learners explore and play with magnets and compasses.
In this activity about electricity and magnetism, learners discover how a doorbell works. A coil of wire with current flowing through it forms an electromagnet that acts similar to a bar magnet.
In this activity and demonstration about electricity and magnetism, learners observe how the current generated when one copper coil swings through a magnetic field starts a second coil swinging.
Learners use filter paper and water to analyze six different markers. They mark the paper with ink, and dip the paper in water. The water travels up the paper and dissolved ink travels with it.