Astronomy science projects for elementary school students
By: Effie Moore Salem
Online, there are many astronomy projects for young children in elementary school. Out of the four or five I checked out, Star Child (http://www.starchild.nasa.gov) was by far the best one for teaching the basics of astronomy. It asked questions and had ready...
UFOs: A scientific point of view
By: Effie Moore Salem
Unidentified flying objects are as much a puzzle to the scientific community as they are to the skeptical and un-skeptical world at large. But it is undeniably true that the fascination for these unusual reports of abductions and other worldly happenings is going on.And...
By: Brian Hurren
One fun way to get kids interested in astronomy is to show them the sun. The sun being the most easily accessible object in the sky during the day. During the solar maximum one can view dozens of sunspots. Now it is important to stress...
Is the Standard Model the best Model of our Physical World
By: Steve Lussing
I am writing this article not to compete with but as a supplement to Moshe ben-Avraham's definitive answer to the question of whether the Standard Model is the best model of our physical world because I will not pretend to be better informed than he...
By: James Bryan
To actually determine the exact size of the universe is beyond our means as humans right now. But that won't stop me from trying.Also, in considering the size of the universe we must define "universe". The first result at Dictionary.com for "universe" reads...
By: Karen Bledsoe
Chemistry experiments are a great way to turn elementary students on to science. Kids love to explore by mixing things together, but this can be dangerous in chemistry. Some mixtures are toxic or even explosive! The following experiments are fun, safe, and inexpensive. Kids can...
By: Tim StS
Teaching middle school aged children can be difficult. Here are some Astronomy projects that will motivate them.BIGGER IS BETTERThis is a project that has the sole purpose of getting middle school students interested in Astronomy. The lesson is started in a rather boring fashion...
Is Time Real or Relative
By: Brian Hurren
Time, time has come to pass. Time.The so called fourth dimension. I think that time, as we experience it, is actually an illusion. It is some kind of quantum effect caused by some kind of exclusion principle similar to the Pauli exclusion principle that...
Chemistry science projects for elementary school students
By: Effie Moore Salem
While chemistry is not a favorite subject with everyone, a capable teacher can at least make it interesting for students. All the while she will discern which of her students will be more keenly aware of the possibilities for fun in experimenting with chemistry. Chemistry...
By: Tim StS
Let's dig right in to three great projects:YOU ARE A ROCKETElementary aged kids are eager to learn. It is one of my favorite things about teaching them. However, they are even more eager to run and play. Let's combine the two. Young students know about...

 

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