Snow delights most students and frustrates most teachers. Please everyone when you create snowflakes in the comfort of your classroom. […]
As the holidays arrive, students tend to become distracted. Performing demonstrations and doing fun class activities can help keep their […]
What is a meteor? When is your best chance to see a meteor? Get the details in this brief guide. […]
Decorate wrapping paper or eggs while illustrating scientific concepts and making real-world connections. Foam shaving cream is primarily composed of […]
If you are looking for an attention-getting demonstration of the gas laws for physical science students at any grade level, […]
Demonstrate the colligative property freezing-point depression and make edible ice cream at the same time. This safe, inexpensive, and engaging experiment works well for a science night, open house, kids’ group, or anywhere fun and science meet. Using table salt, reduce the temperature of a mix of ice and liquid water to below the freezing point of water. After 5 minutes, open the cup for a tasty treat.
Get recommendations on lab materials and activities to support your summer science. Summer and summer science camps are right around […]
How do you celebrate the value of the Avogadro constant and why would you want to anyway? Happy Mole Day. […]