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Have you ever heard that plastic can be made out of milk? If this sounds like something made-up to you, you may be surprised to learn that from the early 1900s until about 1945, milk was commonly used to make many different plastic ornaments, including buttons, decorative buckles, beads and other jewelry, fountain pens, the backings for hand-held mirrors, and fancy comb and brush sets. Milk plastic (usually called casein plastic) was even used to make jewelry for Queen Mary of England! In… Read more
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These 14 activities combine creativity, science, and engineering to make unique STEAM gifts students can make to keep or to give! Make and Give STEM: Homemade lip balm Science Projects to Keep or Give Do your students like to do projects that give them a take-away at the end? Many students especially enjoy projects that result in a finished product they can use, display, keep, or share. Try One of These 14 Creative STEM… Read more
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Join Science Buddies this summer for virtual summer camp! Each week, we'll highlight fun STEM themes for kids of all ages, including suggestions for simple hands-on activities, book picks, and more. We'll keep you inspired all summer with creative and innovative science and engineering activities — for free. This week: wizard- and magic-themed science! Wizards & Magic STEM Week 3 brings out the wizard in all of us! If your kids are fans of stories… Read more
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Join Science Buddies this summer for virtual summer camp! Each week, we'll have a fun STEM theme for kids of all ages, suggestions for simple hands-on activities, book picks, and more. With our Summer of STEM, we'll keep you and your kids inspired all summer with creative and innovative science and engineering activities — for free. This week: 15 interesting and exciting explorations in the category of "strange but true" science. Strange but True… Read more
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Use these free STEM lesson plans and activities to teach and explore chemical reactions with K-12 students. The best way to teach chemical reactions is to show them in action or, when possible, let students get hands-on with exploring the reactions. If you are planning to teach a unit on chemical reactions, you might find just what you need in one the 15+ free STEM lessons and activities listed below. Lesson Plans to Explore Chemical Reactions Lesson… Read more
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