By: Karen Bledsoe
Chemistry experiments can be a fun, colorful, and enlightening way to learn about the chemistry of the world around you. Everything is made of chemicals, after all - the word "chemical" doesn't just refer to "artificial" substances. Chemistry is involved in our food and nutrition...
By: David Wetzel
Inquiring into MotionMiddle school students love to complete hands-on activities, like building fan cars, allowing them to develop a personal connection to the activity. That is why this project is excellent for studying "motion." This is a hands-on inquiry-based project using toys to investigate...
By: R.L Hanlon
Understanding what chemistry is and how certain substances can be mixed to create a reaction is integral to learning about the world. Children have been witnessing chemistry in action since they were born. Cooking is chemistry, showering and using shampoo with water is chemistry and...
By: Kelly Ann Griffin
The elementary science teacher can incorporate intriguing, educational projects into his/her curriculum to create a solid scientific foundation concerning the sun, moon, and earth in our universe. With more than just worksheets and textbooks, the following lab ideas can better engrave knowledge and prepare the...
By: David Poulter
I am not a scientist so this is not really a scientific point of view, but anyone who watches television or who can read must understand that the Universe is big. It is truly immense, the word that springs to mind is infinite. The earth...
By: Steve Lussing
Over the last few years the vast amount of data that is being gathered by satellites which are designed to study the sun has forced the scientific community to rethink the standard model on which the sun's nature and composition are based. It appears that...
By: Sandra Douglas
If hearing the word chemistry' gives you visions of glass beakers ready to explode, be brave and read on. Understanding chemistry concepts is easier with active participation, but it doesn't require fancy lab equipment. These chemistry experiments can be done safely in your kitchen and...
By: Rex Coker
The Universe at one time was full of anti matter.The biggest antimatter that dwells in the Universe as we know it today is the "HumanFactor".Matter makes up every thing we see feel or touch.Even thethings we smell are made up of some...
By: Sandra Douglas
Kids love to play tricks on their friends and physics provides the perfect opportunity. While some of the experiments might look like magic, all of them follow the physical laws that we live by every day. The study of physics encompasses everything we do that...
By: Amber Benge
Elementary school is the perfect opportunity to foster a love for science through hands-on activities. If you ask any child what their favorite school activity is, they will almost always name a project that let them get their senses involved. Children learn by play and...

 

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