Author: Amy Cowen
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Model the process a water treatment plant uses to turn murky water into clear water.
Pair up Pokémon GO and a classroom cybersecurity activity.
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Get hands-on this summer with bug, worm, or flying insect science!
In this family STEM activity, put your eyes to the test... alone and as a working unit!
Science that fits right in with summer celebrations--fireworks, water bottle rockets, and more!
Make kazoos to explore how instruments work to make sound!
Experiment to better understand how marinades work.
Hands-on STEM projects for K-12 students interested in alternative energy and the power of the Sun.
Can you find the easiest way to drill holes in a raw potato?
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Make a simple circuit and test everyday materials to see which ones are good conductors of electricity.