We were inspired by this Instagram picture taken by Lilly, a Canadian student teacher, to do a little digging on the topic of tornadoes. While we've heard about the tornado in a bottle, the concept...Read More »
The Department of Transportation (DOT) is always interested in the fastest, most effective way to melt ice and keep roadways safe in the winter. For those interested in chemistry, this science fair...Read More »
This egg in a bottle project from Science Fair Adventure would be a great fit for the upper elementary/early middle school crowds (grades 5 and 6). Using a peeled hard-boiled egg, a bottle, and...Read More »
Most kids know that sunscreen is a staple in the summer and on vacation, but with so many different Sun Protection Factor (SPF) levels, have you ever wondered which works the best to keep out the...Read More »
With their wide variety of sizes and shapes, clouds are one of the most beautiful weather phenomena. Because they can be so varied at times, your students will be amazed to learn that all clouds are...Read More »
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