Best science apps for kids (ages 4-21)

Best Science Apps for Kids (ages 4-21)

best science apps for kids- technology is huge now and it is important that we can use the electronics we have in the classroom. Different apps would be perfect for students who finish an activity early and have nothing to do. Now that is interesting!

bounce, bounce, bounce - who knew you could make your own bouncy balls!?!

How to Make a Bouncy Ball

How to make a Bouncy Ball. Fun project with the kids, but it really didn't work very well. They're not like store bought bouncy balls!

Lego Learning - Amazing Lego Science Activities for Kids

Lego Science

LEGOs can be amazing learning tools for any subject area. This resource gives ideas for create science and STEM based LEGO activities. Lego Learning - Amazing Lego Science Activities for Kids

Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational: How to Make a Water Clock

Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational: How to Make a Water Clock Use with Ancient Greece themed books-- Vacation under the Volcano

Drywall Ancient Greek Columns Project. JR HI MIddle School. Every year our 7th graders learn about Ancient Greece. We use water to rub off the brown layer of cardboard on a 6"x8" piece of drywall. Because we use water the clay inside becomes a little damp which makes it easier to carve. We use a pencil to draw out our design then clay tools to do the carving. Tempera paint in "antique" colors and natural sponges are used to add the color. This takes about 45 to 60 minutes to complete.

Drywall Ancient Greek Columns Project. JR HI MIddle School. Every year our 7th graders learn about Ancient Greece. We use water to rub off the brown layer of cardboard on a 6"x8" piece of drywall. Because we use water the clay inside becomes a little damp which makes it easier to carve. We use a pencil to draw out our design then clay tools to do the carving. Tempera paint in "antique" colors and natural sponges are used to add the color. This takes about 45 to 60 minutes to complete.

Visualize the fluid motion of convection cells. For this activity, all you need is soapy water, a heat source, and some food coloring—the effect caused by the rising and sinking fluids is spectacular.

Visualize the fluid motion of convection cells. For this activity, all you need is soapy water, a heat source, and some food coloring—the effect caused by the rising and sinking fluids is spectacular.

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