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In this activity, learners use their imaginations and picture a scene in their heads.
In this activity, learners make a scale model of the Solar System and learn the real definition of "space." Learners use the online calculator to create an appropriate scale to use as a basis for thei
In this group activity, learners see and hear the speed of sound. A learner designated the "gonger" hits a gong, once every second, as the rest of the group watches and listens from a distance.
Learners test their "light-smarts" by playing a game called "Light Quest!" The game board represents an atom and each player represents an electron that has been bumped into the atom's outer unstable
In this optics activity, learners use paint thinner to make a small jar seem to disappear inside a larger jar.
Can gelatin (like Jell-O ®) change the speed of light?
In this activity, learners use transparent tape and polarizing material to create and project beautifully colored patterns reminiscent of abstract or geometric stained glass windows--no glass required
In this activity, learners use a laser pointer, empty soda bottle, rubber plug and water to demonstrate total internal reflection.