Take Me to the (Magnet) RacesAdd to list Details
In this activity about magnetism (page 11 of the pdf), learners will experiment with magnets to explore how opposite poles attract and similar poles repel in magnetism.
ProbabilityAdd to list Details
In this activity, learners will explore probability using dice. They will predict and then roll the dice to observe how many rolls it would take to repeat a matching pair. Learn track predictions vs.
Soil ProfileAdd to list Details
In this activity, learners will create a soil profile in a bottle. They will learn about the organic and inorganic matter found in soil and observe as it separates into layers in the bottle.
Rubberband RocketsAdd to list Details
This fun and simple activity is a rubberband rocket design challenge! Learners will explore how tail fins can help to stabilize a flying object, while also exploring potential and kinetic energy.
Healthy BuffetAdd to list Details
In this nutrition activity (page 2 of the PDF), learners will be split up into food groups (Fruit, Vegetable, Meat & Beans, Grain, and Dairy) and draw a picture of their favorite food from their g
Push: Water Ski Over the SharksAdd to list Details
This is an online activity about acceleration. Learners will choose a speed and an angle in order to help a water-skier named Fonzie use a ramp to clear a shark.
Cabbage ChemistryAdd to list Details
In this chemistry activity (page 5 of the PDF), learners make an acid-base indicator using cabbage. Learners then explore how various subtances react with this indicator.
Coat Hanger ChimesAdd to list Details
In this physics activity (page 4 of the PDF), learners will--using nothing more than a coat hanger and some string--explore and understand sound energy and how it moves.
SnakeAdd to list Details
In this physics activity (page 4 of the PDF), learners will construct their own spiral "snake" and use it to explore the relationship between heat and kinetic energy.
An Object in MotionAdd to list Details
In this physics activity (page nine of the pdf), learners use balloons to explore how a rocket works. It is suggested they also work to see how they can alter the velocity of the rocket.