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Conduction Countdown

In this quick SciGirls activity (page 1 of the PDF), learners will be introduced to the concept of thermal conductivity. A... see more
Material Type: Simulation
Author: National Science Foundation, Twin Cities Public Television, Twin Cities Public Television, Inc.
Date Added: Jul 27, 2016 Date Modified: Jul 27, 2016
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Changing the Density of an Object: Changing Shape

Learners will see that changing the shape of an object, like a clay ball, that is more dense than water, can affect whether... see more
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Author: James H. Kessler, Patricia M. Galvan
Date Added: Jul 27, 2016 Date Modified: Jul 27, 2016
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Changing the Density of an Object: Adding Material

Learners see that a can of regular cola sinks while a can of diet cola floats. As a demonstration, bubble wrap is taped to... see more
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Author: James H. Kessler, Patricia M. Galvan
Date Added: Jul 27, 2016 Date Modified: Jul 27, 2016
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Changing the Density of a Liquid: Heating and Cooling

Learners investigate how the temperature of water affects its density. Learners place colored hot and cold water in a cup of... see more
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Author: James H. Kessler, Patricia M. Galvan
Date Added: Jul 27, 2016 Date Modified: Jul 27, 2016
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Changing the Density of a Liquid: Adding Salt

Learners see that a carrot slice sinks in fresh water and floats in saltwater. Considering the placement of the carrot slice... see more
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Author: James H. Kessler, Patricia M. Galvan
Date Added: Jul 27, 2016 Date Modified: Jul 27, 2016
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Air Pressure

In this experiment, learners use a blow dryer and water bottle to observe and record changes in air pressure caused by... see more
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Author: 3M Foundation, 4-H, University of Illinois
Date Added: Jul 27, 2016 Date Modified: Jul 27, 2016
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Matter on the Move

Learners observe and conduct experiments demonstrating the different properties of hot and cold materials. In a... see more
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Author: James H. Kessler, Patricia M. Galvan
Date Added: Jul 27, 2016 Date Modified: Jul 27, 2016
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Chemistry Review: Chemical Change

This review provides many details about chemical reactions and the components involved in order to make one happen, such as... see more
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Author: James Kessler, Patti Galvan
Date Added: Jul 27, 2016 Date Modified: Jul 27, 2016
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How Do We Convert Electrical Energy into Mechanical Energy?

In this activity, learners make an electromagnet motor to demonstrate the most basic method of changing electrical energy... see more
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Author: Jim Hardesty, Judy Hardesty
Date Added: Jul 27, 2016 Date Modified: Jul 27, 2016
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Bernoulli and More Bernoulli

This lesson guide includes six simple and quick activities to help learners better understand Bernoulli's Principle. The... see more
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Author: Unknown
Date Added: Jul 27, 2016 Date Modified: Jul 27, 2016
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