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Slime and oobleck galore! Best for the little ones at home (ages 4-8).
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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).
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Did you know that most of the ocean’s plastic pollution comes from abandoned fishing gear? Called Ghost Gear, fishing gear left behind by fishermen hurts marine life and ocean ecosystems. In fact, according to the Guardian, 640,000 tons of Ghost Gear are discarded into the ocean each year, which is the equivalent of 55,000 double-deckerContinue reading “Ghost Gear”
China, a country in East Asia with a population of 1.4 billion, produces the most amount of plastic waste each year. The high population density of major cities and popularity of takeaway and online shopping which uses plastic packaging have contributed to this problem. Read on to find out what they’re doing to reduce thisContinue reading “Combatting Plastic Pollution in China”