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"Science and Engineering Activities for the Winter Break (Or Any Time!)": suggestions for hands-on #science and engineering activities to do with your kids -- or to help keep them occupied -- during the long winter break! [Source: Science Buddies, www.sciencebuddie...] #STEM #scienceproject #familyscience #robotics

How many wheels does a robot need? In the "Go, Gadget, Go! Building Robots with LEGO® Mindstorms®" #science project, students are challenged to build a fast, lightweight, and stable robot. What variables are needed to make a robot that can successfully turn in a tight circle? [Source: Science Buddies, www.sciencebuddie...; Image: NASA] #STEM #scienceproject #robotics #mindstorms

"Exciting Girls about Science and Engineering": helping girls find projects the will really enjoy can make a difference in how girls think about and respond to #science. [Source: Science Buddies, www.sciencebuddie...] #STEM #girlsinscience #scienceproject

Thank you! Please consider Science Buddies in your year-end giving and help us continue to support more than fifteen million students, teachers, and parents who come to Science Buddies as a trusted source of FREE hands-on science, technology, engineering, and math project ideas and resources. [Source: Science Buddies, www.sciencebuddie...] #STEM #science #scienceproject

What can we learn about aerodynamics from watching butterflies? In the "Butterfly Wings: Using Nature to Learn About Flight" #science project, students investigate variations in butterfly wings and then make and test models in a small homemade wind tunnel simulation. [Source: Science Buddies, www.sciencebuddie...] #STEM #scienceproject #robotics

Do fresh oranges have more vitamin C than oranges that have been sitting around for a while? Find out in the "Do Oranges Lose or Gain Vitamin C After Being Picked?" #science project. [Source: Science Buddies, www.sciencebuddie...] #STEM #scienceproject

"A Super Science-filled Summer Break": suggestions for easy, fun, hands-on #science and #engineering projects. [Source: Science Buddies, www.sciencebuddie...] #STEM #scienceproject #summerscience #familyscience

Can you use water to tell time? In the "Build a Water Clock to Show the Drip, Drip, Drip of Time" #engineering #science project, students build a simple water clock that can track three hours of time. [Source: Science Buddies, www.sciencebuddie...] #STEM #scienceproject

Can you make your own phonograph? In the "Take a Musical Step Back in Time: Make Your Own Phonograph from Everyday Items" #science project, students use simple materials to make a device that can play records and experiment to find out what materials work best. [Source: Science Buddies, www.sciencebuddie...] #STEM #scienceproject

Sun, wind, and water are all sources of renewable energy. But what about the Earth itself? In the "The Power of Heat Is Right Under Your Feet!" #science project, students build a model of a geothermal power plant to learn more about geothermal energy. [Source: Science Buddies, www.sciencebuddie...] #STEM #scienceproject #energy

How can you get the best flight from your kite? In the "Let's Go Fly a Kite!" #science project, students make a sled kite and test how different variables affect flight. [Source: Science Buddies, www.sciencebuddie...] #STEM #scienceproject #kite

How does a hot air balloon fly? In the "Up, Up, and Away in Your Own Hot-air Balloon!" #science project, students build and launch hot air balloons using dry cleaning bags and a toaster to explore buoyancy and Archimedes principle. What size bag equals the longest flight? [Source: Science Buddies, www.sciencebuddie...; Image: Wikipedia] #STEM #scienceproject