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Sopskolan

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EARTH DAY FREE Earth Day Activity This Earth Day freebie will be fun for your students to use during your Earth Day activities. Students can practice their writing skills using this free item. Just print, copy, and share. 20+ Home Science Projects for Kids 52.6k Shares Here are 20+ awesome and FUN Home Science Projects for Kids! These have ALL been tried and tested by ourselves and our kids – we hope you will enjoy them all as much as we have! Learn How Plants Absorb Water – a FUN way for kids to witness how plants absorb water and nutrients!DIY Lava Lamp Experiment – this was so much bubbly FUN!Make your own Magic Aqua Sand!

Summer Fun: Ecosystem Edition This is not my idea, but I know a good one when I see it, and I had to tuck this away to do this summer with the kids. Some kids at one of our schools did something similar for a science project, and then my friend Michelle, over at Scribbit, detailed the project when she did it with her children up in Alaska. That being said, so that I take no credit whatsoever, this is a really, really cool thing to do with your kids, young and old. Even my sixteen year old daughter was completely engaged for the hours we spent. First, here's what you need for each one: 3 clear 2-liter (empty) soda bottles

NASA Kids' Club Skip to main content NASA Kids Club › Text Only Site Earth Day Fun! Hi Friends! I’m just quickly stopping by to share the updates I’ve made to my Earth Day packet! To begin our unit, I’m going to place the “true” poster on one side of the classroom and the “false” poster on the other side of the classroom. Then, on the document camera, I’m going to display these “Shocking Facts Photographs” for all to see. Fossil Energy: Squeezing Oil Out of Rock Imagine trying to force oil through a rock. Can't be done, you say? Actually, it can. In fact, oil droplets can squeeze through the tiny pores of underground rock on their own, pushed by the tremendous pressures that exist deep beneath the surface. How does this happen? Imagine a balloon, blown up to its fullest.

Mauritius Oil Spill Cleaning 2020 - MV WAKASHIO (French Version Below) As we are now facing the worst-case scenario in regard to the shipwreck of the MV WAKASHIO, Eco-Sud a local NGO will be collecting funds for all expenses linked to the cleaning and protection of the lagoon during this crisis. As we are still in the early stages of the oil spill, the funds collected will also potentially be used for the post-crisis expenses such as: - Monitoring the impact of the oil spill on the marine life.- Potential research and studies of the marine life affected by the oil spill.- Fund conservation projects.- Any legal actions that might be considered as well. All expenditures and activities will be reported in full transparency. Note: CrowdFund.mu is offering its platform and service free of charge as a gesture of support toward this ecological disaster.

Experiment ~ Can You Undo Water Pollution? In this experiment the kids learned just how hard it is to undo water pollution. We grabbed a bucket of clean water, some household trash, vegetable oil (to stand for toxic oil spills), tongs, and a strainer. The kids took turns adding trash to the water. index Loading [MathJax]/extensions/MathMenu.js July 10, 2012 July 17, 2012 July 24, 2012 July 31, 2012 August 7, 2012

Where in the World is your Food From? - Kid World Citizen It seems that in our busy life of fast food and convenience, many people have become so disconnected from their food, they don’t know where their food actually comes from (or what it is made of!). This is the first article in a series to help kids understand more about our food system. Today we’re mapping our fruits and vegetables: with a little research in the supermarket, the kids are discovering where our food was grown and how long it traveled to get here!

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