Pequenos cientístas

experiências com a gravidade, o magnetismo, as cores, os sons etc.


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Seafood Lasagna Recipe from Cooking Light

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Simple Science: Observing Worms Make a worm habitat, book list, links to resources. Perfect for a worm unit study!

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Haba Pulley

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Fruit-Power Battery Convert chemical energy from the acid in a lemon into electrical energy

The Lemon Powered LED

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simple pulleys

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Walking on Egg Shells and 25 other cool science projects - there are some cool ones! I'm gonna need this one day...

25 At-Home Science Experiments

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Science in the kitchen so many fun ideas!

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Fun Science activities for kids

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Science for Kids: Water bottle fountain

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Grow a head

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science of fire

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Water Cycle Demonstration

Water Cycle Demonstration

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Magnetic Jumping Frog

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Flame Tornado

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Pumping Straw - a centrifugal pump

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Fruit Power Battery

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Ben Franklin and Electricity; static electricity, like charges repel one another and opposite charges attract one another, charging by conduction and charging by induction.

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Scientific American ~ features a fun, new, science-related activity every Thursday that parents and their six- to 12-year-olds can do together. Adults will find easy-to-follow instructions and simple materials lists as well as additional background to help them explain the key concepts.

Bring Science Home

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treasure stones, simply add 1 cup flour,1 cup used coffee grounds (set them out overnight to dry), 1/2 cup salt 1/4 cup sand, 3/4 cup water, Small items, such as plastic toys, dice, and marbles, Nooks & Crannies thinks a real gemstone inside would be a fabulous find!!

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science is super fun - a collection of crazy kids science experiments

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Car/train box

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Constellation Viewer

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How to keep a child busy for hours in the summer: DIY: Giant Ice Cube Awesomeness - filled with plastic animals, dinos, and such.

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Make a solar oven with a recycled pizza box lined with aluminum foil

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Geology in a jar 3 by feltfinland, via Flickr

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