Students deconstruct an object by focusing on its attributes rather than its intended function, allowing them to see the object's potential for alternate use.
Grades Covered: K through 10
Subjects Covered: Physical Science, Earth/Space Science, Art
Curriculum topics: Object Attribut..
Quanityfing the richness of life
Everything that lives in an ecosystem, including humans, contributes to the biodiversity of the planet. Many species interact and depend upon one another for things like food, shelter, and oxygen. Students learn how to measure biodiversity in terms of species rich..
A personable wind vane with its beak to the wind
Create a playful, easy to make wind vane which will point to the source of the wind!
Curriculum topics: Wind, Weather, Fluids, Atmosphere
Kit includes: Idea Sheet, 20 paper cones, 10 jumbo straws, 10 wide straws, 10 metal washers, 10 foam was..
Zip Through the Assembly for a Quick Launch
Use a bent spoon to store the energy needed to launch a pompom into the air. Explore different launch angles to vary the height reached and where the pompom lands.
Curriculum Topics: Motion and Forces, Potential and Kinetic Energy, Tra..