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Slime and oobleck galore! Best for the little ones at home (ages 4-8).
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Email us photos of you conducting a science experiment at firstname.lastname@example.org! We’ll post the best pictures on our social media accounts!
Learn about potential and kinetic energy by constructing elaborate Domino sets, Rube-Goldberg Machines, and more! Best for ages 9-13.
From rocket labs to electricity, these lessons are best for older kids with an appreciation for science (ages 14-17).
Some of our past lessons…
Picture in your mind a to go cup or soda from a fast food restaurant. Chances are, you pictured three things: a plastic cup, a plastic lid, and, last but not least, a plastic straw. While it might not seem like something as small as a plastic straw can hurt the environment, they can actuallyContinue reading “To Drink, or Not to Drink… Paper vs. Plastic Straws”
The Australian Institute of Marine Science is currently taking action to protect species who are put at risk by plastic pollution by identifying areas which are important for the survival of organisms (breeding and migration). Based on their assessments, they have begun to generate technological solutions to monitor the population in these areas and protectContinue reading “Notable International Activism – Australia”