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.
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In this activity, students make simple butterfly feeders to encourage butterflies to visit their garden.
Students explore the melting and solidification of wax.
Students make a tin can toy with a secret mechanism. When you roll it away, it comes rolling back!
In this activity, students create their own specialized animal that lives in a specific imaginary environment.
Students see dissolved substances come out of prepared solution.
Students will make a car powered by an elastic engine.
Students make realistic-looking barf. Use this "recipe" as a springboard to discuss what barf is made of and why we puke!
Students make fake blood and discuss the importance of blood in our bodies.
Students learn about scabs as they make fake ones.