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Learners construct an electricity-generating wind turbine out of a plastic bottle.
In this weather activity which requires adult supervision, learners will get a chance to make a cloud right here on Earth!
In this activity (on page 2 of PDF under GPS: Roller Coaster Design Activity), learners will use food cans of many different properties (sizes, shapes, and weights) and set two cans on their sides at
In this activity on page 11 of the PDF, learners use candle wax to make "invisible" designs that are revealed with watercolor paints.
In this activity, learners will investigate air and gravity through the use of various fabrics by through them in the air. Activity includes step-by-step instructions and extension ideas.
This activity (on page 3 of the PDF under GPS: Baseball Activity) is a full inquiry investigation into how "bounciness" relates to the distance a ball will fly when hit off a batting tee.
In this activity, learners will simulate the interactions between a predator population of gray wolves and a prey population of deer in a forest.
Dig a hole, line it, fill it with fresh water, and you have a water hole: a good place to study colonization.
In this activity, learners will use Google Sky to observe features of the night sky and share their observations.
Discover the wind's direction using bubbles, a map and a keen eye. Learners blow bubbles and note their general direction on a map, taking readings from different points around a building.
Plants need nutrients to grow. This is why we apply fertilizers to grass and food crops. In this activity, learners will explore how fertilizers can affect lakes and other bodies of water.
In this outdoor activity and bingo-like game, learners explore why and how seeds spread far from the plants that produce them.
In this biology activity (page 5 of the PDF), learners use yarn and sticky labels to build a model of a DNA strand. They discover that DNA is very long, very skinny, and packs well into cells.
In this math lesson, learners apply the concepts of ratio and proportion to determine the length of the Statue of Liberty's torch-bearing arm.
In this math lesson, learners use a variety of manipulatives to explore spatial relationships of squares and their transformations.
This is an activity about a very important ingredient in most baked goods - gluten! Why is gluten so important? Without it, there would be nothing to hold the gas that makes bread rise.
In this activity about the brain and sleep (on page 138 of the PDF), learners measure their resting breathing rates. Learners will discover that breathing frequencies vary amongst individuals.
In this activity, learners explore how to protect their skin while applying pesticides to plants.
This game asks you a series of questions about how much time you spend in front of a screen, not being active.