In this activity, students use their knowledge about air pressure to build an instrument that measures atmospheric pressure, also known as barometric pressure.
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In this activity, students explore how sound production was used by ancient cultures as a communication tool over long distances.
In this activity, students make a feeder for hummingbirds.
In this activity, students will investigate hummingbird size and create a life-size hummingbird silhouette.
Students become polymer chemists who will make gelatinous worms.
In this activity, students create a miniature worm compost to learn further about decomposers.
Students investigate multiple reflections.
Students learn how to build a simple electrical circuit and observe the effects of electron flow.
The human body is an incredible machine. Every day we test it by running, jumping, stretching, and reacting. For the body to respond and do what we ask of it, we use a complex system of different muscle groups, as well as nerves running throughout the body and connecting to the brain.
Students use various objects to make patterns on light-sensitive paper.