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In this activity, learners investigate how different materials repel or absorb water. Learners use spray bottles to explore how everyday items like sponges, cardboard, feathers, etc.
In this activity, learners explore how objects can have positive, negative, or neutral charges, which attract, repel and move between objects.
In this activity about water's cohesive and adhesive properties and why water molecules are attracted to each other, learners test if objects repel or absorb water.
In this physics activity (page 4 of the PDF), learners will explore how similar magnetic poles repel one another. They will rely on linear induction to race magnets around a simple course.
In this activity, learners make an electroscope out of a foam cup, straw, aluminum pie pan, thread, and foil. Learners use their electroscopes to test for static electricity.
In this activity about water solubility and density, learners use critical thinking skills to determine why water can dissolve some things and not others.
In this activity related to magnetism and electricity, learners observe as two parallel, current-carrying wires exert forces on each other.
In this simple activity, learners create an electroscope by sticking two short pieces of magic tape together and then pulling them apart to find the sign of the charge on an unknown charged object.
In this activity, learners conduct a simple experiment to see how electrically charged things like plastic attract electrically neutral things like water.
In this physics activity, learners experiment with the attractive and repulsive power of magnets.