La tension superficielle by Julie Godin on Prezi. Dragon's Den Curriculum: 12 of the Best Science Sites EVER! You don't have to be a mad scientist to need a great science site!
If you've been looking, and looking (and looking some more) you've come to the right place! There's nothing like a great website for centers or cooperative learning to reinforce, excite and spur kids on to science! Try out a few of the great sites below…they are sure to please!!! Set your gifted and talented kids loose on any of these sites and see them light up! Kids will love, love, love this site! This is a terrific site for older students, and kids who are really interested in learning about subatomic particles…there's a game zone too.
This site called "Windows to the Universe" is a really, really good one for fourth grade and up. Discover the secrets of everyday stuff right here! From the Smithsonian find great games and activities for astronomy, geology, zoology, anatomy and physics! Large collection of terrific science activities from the PBS show Zoom. Sans titre. Almost Done!
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By squeezing the bottle, the test tube (diver) sinks and when released, the test tube surfaces. You can add hooks, rocks, and more to your set up to make this into a buoyancy game! The test tube sinks because the when you squeeze the bottle, you increase the pressure of the water and this forces water up into the test tube, which then compresses the air inside the tube. 123D Circuits - Design and Test Electric Circuits Online. 123D Circuits is a free tool from Autodesk for collaboratively designing electronic circuits online.
On 123D Circuits you can design your circuits and test them on the simulator in your browser. You can create circuits from scratch or use and modify templates and other publicly shared projects. Autodesk recently published a short playlist of videos containing demonstrations of how to use 123D Circuits for various tasks. Short engineering lessons are included in the second half of the videos. Embedded below is one of the videos about designing a circuit to light an LED.
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International Space Station. International Space Station model Follow these instructions to build your own International Space Station model. 18 February 2009 | Updated 4 April 2013 You will need scissors craft glue sticky tape pencil International Space Station Paper Model International Space Station paper model instructions patience!
(a lot of it, and perhaps an adult helper) thread What to do Follow the instructions you have downloaded and you will have your very own model of the International Space Station! What's happening The International Space Station (ISS) is the largest and most complicated spacecraft ever built. The space station is in a low Earth orbit and can be seen from Earth with the unaided eye. Brought to you by This paper model was produced by the Double Helix Science Club. Thank you to all the people who have contributed to making the ISS paper model a success including: Fifth Grade Science Fair Project Ideas Page 4. Energy Efficient Windows. Have you ever wondered why rooms with thick curtains tend to stay warmer in the winter?
If you’re interested in reducing your family’s carbon footprint or simply want to help your folks save a little money, then knowing how to insulate your windows is really important! Which type of window covering will keep a room the warmest? Problem: Which model window solution will keep a room the warmest? Materials Four small square cardboard boxes of the same size Four 1-liter bottles of water Four inexpensive thermometers Plastic wrap Thin curtain material Heavy, insulated curtain material Ruler Pencil Scissors Tape Small funnel Double-sided sticky tape Duct tape or packing tape Cooking pot Stove Water Notebook and pen Procedure: Cut a large “window” into the same side of each of three of the cardboard boxes.
Results Any type of window allows heat to escape, so the box without any window at all should have retained the most heat. Double Helix. Science Teaching Resources. Welcome to Laura Candler's Science File Cabinet.
Here you'll find dozens of free printables and helpful website links for the upper elementary or middle school science classroom. The resources and links on this page are organized into the following categories.