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In this activity, learners construct a simple game to test their hand-eye coordination and steadiness of hand.
Learners experiment with a commercially available liquid-crystal coaster. They warm the material with their hands for varying lengths of time and observe the changing colors that result.
Learners use a commercially available toy to experiment with density. They fill a chamber in the toy submarine with baking powder and release it into a tank of water.
In this engineering activity, learners design their own board games.
In this exploratory activity, learners experiment, observe and determine how various toys change from one form of energy to another.
Learners experiment with a piece of Silly Putty® by stretching, bouncing, and snapping it. They then create flubber, a similar substance, by mixing diluted glue and a solution of sodium borate.