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This activity is designed to get students thinking about what happens when air moves!
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.
Would it be possible to run a restaurant for all of the wild animals that live in an area? What do different animals like to eat? How do they eat their food (do they swallow it whole, or do they chew it)?
Students make a contraption that appears to produce colours from black and white.
Students build a biodegradable pot and plant a seed inside.
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.
Have you ever wondered how a burglar alarm works? Its science revolves around complete and incomplete electric circuits. In this activity students will make a burglar alarm that they can use to protect something precious to them.