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Spinning doughnuts of air!
In this exploration, students are given washers and wire to help stabilize a pencil on their finger.
Students explore Newton's third law of motion ("for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction") by building a hovercraft.
Ecological niche refers to a species' role in its habitat. No two species have the same niche. Each species has a specific combination of food choice, how they find their food, daily schedule, reproduction, and shelter. In this activity, students will investigate the unique ways in which...
Students make a contraption that appears to produce colours from black and white.
Students build a biodegradable pot and plant a seed inside.
Students make bird silhouettes to prevent birds from crashing into windows.
Students build a birdhouse to attract common bird species to their homes.
In this activity, students use their knowledge of vibrations and sound to mimic the sound of a bullfrog.