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In this activity, students build simple circuits to investigate the conductivity of solutions.
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In this activity, students will build a simple solar cooker, make observations and qualitatively describe the melting rate of a piece of chocolate in the cooker.
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In this activity, students will gain an understanding of how a simple hovercraft uses the forces of motion to move.
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In this activity, students will make their own weather station.
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In this activity, students will create their own insulating "ice chambers" and then test them against the models made by their classmates.
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In this activity, students will create a simple electromagnet using a nail, a battery, and copper wire.
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In this activity, students use a stream table to model the processes of erosion and streambed formation.
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In this investigation, students will design three different circuit arrangements with a switch capable of lighting a small light bulb. They will use the results of this investigation to determine the best configuration for wiring holiday lights.
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In this activity, students will examine the behavior of different types of solids when they are dissolved in water and explain those behaviors by examining the properties of the solids.
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In this activity, students will create a simple model of Earth as a magnet.
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In this activity, students will use a ramp to launch a ball and strike a target.
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In this activity, students will model the weathering of rocks by shaking sugar cubes in a container.
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In this activity, students will create their own windmills and test them in a wind created by a fan.
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Students will examine two different techniques for mapping different aspects of the ocean, and will model those techniques on a small scale in the classroom.
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In this activity, students will learn the different techniques used to map the ocean, and will practice using those techniques themselves in the classroom.
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In this activity students will experiment with how far sound travels naturally, as compared to how far it travels with satellite amplification.
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Students will construct a coin battery and measure its voltage output. They will compare their battery’s voltage to that of traditional AA/AAA batteries and consider modifications to their battery so it produces enough power to light up an LED bulb.
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In this activity, students will investigate how robots work including robotic parts and explain how energy is transferred to make different parts move.
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