This twenty-page resource includes eight hands-on activities to allow students to understand the differences between solids, liquids, and gases. Activities will pique the interest of the students while also reinforce concepts of mass, density, changes and
Kids are natural explorers, they are constantly thirsty for knowledge and curiosity is their thing. It's really important to feed your child's need for answers and learning new things. As you know kids get bored very easily, so to teach them something, it
Think chemical energy is dull? Think again with this cool project that lets you turn a potato into a battery. The project is perfect for ages five and up, although younger children will need adult supervision and help to work with the nails and wires.
Concept from Korean designer Sungho Lee: Intuitively, I love it! How clever! I want to make a bunch of my own—as I imagine Mr. Lee did—by cutting up some paper clips, clipping the leads on a bunch of LEDs, and soldering the one to the other.