Volcano Science

We made a volcano today. In the jar we put baking soda and koolaid powder. You then add vinegar to make it erupt! View this post on Instagram We made a volcano today. 🌋 #newblogpost A post shared by Elizabeth Brooks (@lizard_brooks) on Jun 12, 2020 at 10:07am PDT

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DIY String Slime | Steve Spangler Live

About Steve Spangler He’s a best-selling author, STEM educator and business leader branded by TIME Magazine as one of their “most influential people of the year” because of his passion to inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers. With more than 1,500 television appearances and multiple Emmy awards to his credit, Steve is also a […]

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Explorer Classroom | Crafting Music From Nature With Ben Morin

Ben Mirin is a sound artist, who travels the world recording animal sounds and samples to create music that connects people to nature. Learn about his work recording and cataloging acoustic data from some of the planet’s most endangered ecosystems to engage audiences in conservation. View Website

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MARVELOUS MUCUS

Discover how mucus is actually beneficial to our health. Watch the videos to learn more, and grab some Jell-O to conduct an experiment at home. Click for this activity!

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The Street Beneath My Feet (Look Closer)

From the Publisher What You Can Find in The Street Beneath My Feet Topsoil Earthworms burrow their way through the soil, loosening it up so water and air can flow through it. Earthworms are expert recyclers, eating dead plants in the soil. Fossils Fossils show us the living things that existed millions of years ago. […]

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MYSTERY SCIENCE: AMPHIBIANS IN AUDIO

Listen while you learn to determine if the sound frogs make depends on where they live. Ribbit, ribbit, can you guess who’s calling? Click here to watch the video

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