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In this activity (page 10 of PDF), learners approximate the area of the uppermost cross section of an impact crater using... see more

In this quick activity, learners use a toaster to investigate the source for the Earth's wind. Learners hold a pinwheel... see more

In this activity, learners act as the Earth and observe how different angles between the Sun, Earth, and Moon affect the... see more

This is an activity about waves. Using marbles, paper clips and rubber bands, learners explore how waves behave. This is... see more

This web site provides access to the river and stream water flow information that is collected in the United States.... see more

In this team design challenge (page 19-24 of PDF), learners "land" a model Lunar Rover in a model Landing Pod (both... see more

In this team design challenge (page 2-10 of PDF), learners design and build a model of a Lunar Transport Rover that will... see more

In this team design challenge (page 11-18 of PDF), learners design and build a Landing Pod for a model Lunar Rover... see more

Epo's Chronicles is a weekly web comic which takes place in the distant future. The comic follows a fictional storyline... see more

In this hands-on activity, children create their own kites that can fly indoors. Learners are exposed to basic concepts... see more

This is a lesson about ice worlds in the outer planetary regions and the role they play in understanding the Solar... see more

Experiment with force and pressure by building a balloon rocket. When launched, the balloon will run a track wherever you... see more

In this activity, learners mimic remote sensing. Learners use a stick to measure the distance to a "planet surface" they... see more

This building-wide science enrichment program consists of a series of posters and accompanying questions designed to... see more

The Analytical Sciences Digital Library (ASDL) provides a collection of peer-reviewed web-based educational resources... see more

NHL fans might be surprised to learn that the ice surface at a hockey rink is only about one inch thick. Scientists and... see more

Go to page 39 to view this activity. In this chemistry demonstration, learners observe a chemical reaction that produces... see more

What's cooler than being cool? Setting ice on fire! In this demonstration, educators can amaze learners by setting ice on... see more

This activity guide includes instructions on how to build a "Shake Table" by mounting an eccentric mass (off center) on... see more

In this demonstration, educators make silicon from sand with a mighty explosion! Learners discover the properties of... see more

In this physics demonstration, learners will be surprised when a lemon slice appears to magically levitate within a pint... see more

This demonstration/activity helps learners understand why higher elevations are not always warm simply because "hot air... see more

This simple, yet surprising physics demonstration challenges preconceptions about forces, and demonstrates the strength... see more

In this demonstration, learners will be "wowed" as three matches burn to form a triangular pyramid shape and "magically"... see more