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Author: Amy Cowen
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Science Buddies Lesson Plans make it easier than ever for teachers to confidently lead standards-based science and engineering experiments and activities with their students.
Get hands-on with enzymes and see how the catalase enzyme helps break down hydrogen peroxide in the body.
Experiment with physics and mechanical engineering by making a fun cardboard scissor lift.
Give our Google Classroom Integration a try to make it easier than ever to assign and manage science projects with Science Buddies!
Investigate how computer files are stored and deleted and how different methods for file deletion change how difficult it may be to find or restore deleted files.
Explore fractals and search for similar and repeating patterns with a family-friendly science activity.
With cardboard viewers and phone apps, students can explore the science behind virtual reality.
Combine a simple circuit with a tree ornament for a helpful water-level monitor.
Light up their creativity by adding LEDs to their play dough creations!
Learn more about aerodynamics from a traditional German holiday decoration. Make your own candle carousel to explore!
Thanks to help from a team of volunteers at PPG, a cosmetics-focused student chemistry project got a "lift."
The BlueBot 4-in-1 Robotics Kit offers plenty of enriching robotics engineering fun to last the entire winter break and beyond!
Science Buddies' computer science projects, activities, and resources help support student interest in coding.
Give your kids great science-themed "to do" options for a fun and engaging Winter Break.
A hands-on safety science project helps students better understand what it takes to "be seen" at night.