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In this activity, students will create their own windmills and test them against the models made by their classmates.
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In this activity, students will learn about thermal energy.
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In this activity, students will compare two forces of energy on the motion, velocity, and direction of an object.
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In this activity students will experiment with how far sound travels naturally, as compared to how far it travels with satellite amplification.
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In this activity, students will learn about the elements in the periodic table and how to interpret the information for each element.
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In this activity, students drop rubber balls in order to observe and measure the effects of elasticity.
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In this activity, students will explore similarities and differences among liquids helps to build foundational ideas of matter and molecular structure.
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In this activity, students will construct a model ear to learn how different materials transmit sound.
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In this activity, teachers will create a mysterious topography using small boxes inside a copy paper box.
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In this activity, students explore how sound waves travel through various materials.
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In this activity, students work in groups to model swarming behaviors, and analyze the behaviors to develop an understanding of how they increase the chances of survival of a species.
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In this activity, students will gain an understanding of the engineering design process by designing and observing different containers that slow down the process of heat transfer.
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Students will work in small groups to stack Solo cups vs. Styrofoam cups to see how many of each it takes for the two stacks to be equal. Students will then derive a system of linear equations to model the scenario of the two stacks of cups.
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In this activity, students will make sound three ways: by blowing across the top of a bottle, tapping a glass, and running a finger around the rim of a glass.
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In this activity, students will gain an understanding of the physical characteristics and absorption of types of materials that make up soil.
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In this activity, students will test and observe the bouncing properties of different types of balls (softball, basketball, golf ball, playground ball, volleyball, beach ball, ball of paper).
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In this activity, students will explore the potential dangers of overusing certain antibacterial products such as soaps, shampoos and other wash products.
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In this activity, students will gain an understanding of how sound waves travel through different media by building a sound transmission device.
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