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In this activity, learners discover that the way a material behaves on the macroscale is affected by its structure on the nanoscale.
In this activity on page 10 of the PDF, learners detect the amount of energy that can flow through a sodium chloride electrolyte solution with a light sensor.
In this activity, learners create night lights using a plastic cup, programmable PICO Cricket, tri-color LED, and sensor.
In this activity, learners explore sensors and focus specifically on how to measure humidity using a sensor.
In this activity, learners explore computer programming and the impact of computers on society. Learners build and test a program to turn a light on and off using an Arduino board.
In this activity, learners explore the devices used over time to measure changes in temperature.
In this activity, learners construct wands that play different notes depending on information from light sensors programmed via a PICO Cricket.
By tossing, collecting, and sorting beanbags, learners understand how the IBEX spacecraft uses its sensors to detect and map the locations of particle types in the interstellar boundary.
This activity (on page 2 of the PDF under SciGirls Activity: Lift Off) is a full inquiry investigation into the engineering challenges of sending scientific sensors into space.
In this activity, learners create a marble maze that contains sensors. As a metal marble triggers the sensors, the Pico Cricket turns on lights or spins motors.