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In this fun hands-on activity, learners whip up a batch of cyber-dough (play dough) using math for measurements.
In this activity, learners add objects and substances to carbonated water to discover that added objects increase the rate at which dissolved gas comes out of solution.
In this activity, learners follow clues to find five puzzle pieces, then assemble them. This activity works well with a whole group, individuals, or families.
In this activity, learners bake cookies by following different recipes to better understand genetic mutations. Everyone in the group bakes the same type of cookie: chocolate chip.
In this Cyberchase activity, have fun measuring volumes and enjoy a delicious shake.
Using a milk-based recipe, learners create "moo glue" which is basically white school-type glue. The "secret ingredient" in milk that helps make glue is a chemical called casein.
In this activity about food safety and nutrition, learners investigate safe food preparation by making fruit ice cream.
Choose a recipe to double (or triple, quadruple, or halve). Show everyone the recipe and engage them in figuring out: How much will we need to increase the recipe to feed everyone?
In this activity, learners create a map showing the origins of spices and herbs from a favorite recipe(s). Learners first research the origins of the ingredients and then locate them on a world map.
This reading and writing activity (on pages 2-9) teaches what plant parts should be avoided, how a person can get rid of toxins, symptoms of plant poisoning, and how plants create poisons to repel pre
In this activity, learners follow simple historical maritime recipes to cook up hardtack and swanky, and then compare the foods they eat to what was served on ships in the past.