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Explore the ways in which the shape and size of a seed influences how far it may travel when carried or blown by wind.
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Explore the science of drinking through a straw by making and drinking from a very long straw in this week's science activity spotlight.
Put on a pedometer or fitness band and explore health and human behavior as you walk your way to 10,000 steps a day.
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Lemons may be sour, but in this science activity, getting a charge from a lemon is about electricity, not taste! Explore with a homemade battery.
Experiment with aloe juice to see if it makes a difference in how long berries last.
Infuse summer downtime with fun opportunities to experiment with computer programming and coding.
Explore how "shape" relates to strength when using trusses in building.
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Give an old cell phone new life as a handheld microscope.
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Make and test paper whirly birds to learn more about the aerodynamics of helicopter flight.
Test different throwing techniques or compare different Frisbees and learn more about aerodynamics and physics at the same time.
Use water drops to explore the physics behind mangification.