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What happens when you submerge a raw egg in vinegar for days? Check out how you can make a bouncy egg with your kids in this science experiment. #egg #experiment #easter #learning #stem #science #kids #parenting

Bouncy Egg: Cool Science Experiment for Kids | Mombrite

What happens when you submerge a raw egg in vinegar for days? Check out how you can make a bouncy egg with your kids in this science experiment. #egg #experiment #easter #learning #stem #science #kids #parenting

Kids use the scientific method more often than we think!

Science isn’t just for scientists

It doesn’t take an advanced degree or a lab to do science. All you need is curiosity and an interest in learning something new every day.

Explainer: What is attribution science? This relatively new field of research is looking into what might explain extreme weather events

Explainer: What is attribution science?

A relatively new, developing field of science investigates possible links between climate change and extreme weather events.

What else do we need to find out? | NASA Climate Kids
Greenhouse GasesSchool Science ExperimentsCarbon CycleNasa MissionsSea Level Rise

What else do we need to find out?

And how is NASA seeking the answers?

Student Resources- Exploring the Oceans || Brian Skerry | Ocean Soul | National Geographic Society

Brian Skerry | Ocean Soul

Use this collection of resources to engage students before and after a National Geographic student matinee.

Are unicorns real?

Are unicorns real?

Are your kids wondering: “Are unicorns real?” This question came from Yadira, a 2nd Grader from the US. Like, share and vote on next week's question here: ht...

How do scientists know so much?

How do scientists know so much?

Are your kids wondering: "How do scientists know so much?" This question came from Barina, a 3rd Grader from the US. Like, share and vote on next week's ques...

Have students travel around and complete a 2-3 minute task with each tool. This is a fun way to introduce science tools at the beginning of the year and teach lab safety and rules for using the tools. More Than a Worksheet $

Science Tool Speed Date

Science Tool Speed Date also known as Visiting with Science Tools--this is a fun and hands on way to introduce students to science tools. They will spend 2-3 minutes with each tool completing a simple task, just like speed dating. (Don't worry, the term "speed date" is not included on any student pa...

Global Creative Challenges for Kids | A2sw || Adventures2smarterworld (A2sw) engages students in a collaborative global classroom with real students from around the world!  Together your students get to use design-thinking processes to create STEAM-driven solutions to space discovery, health, education, and climate issues. Students will rethink these challenges from the perspective of the year 2050! This is a great opportunity to think critically, engage globally, and evaluate real-world…

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Wonderville | teachers | games ||   Wonderville has games, videos, experiments, and stories tested in a real classroom before being published on their website. Access to some of their award-winning resources is free. Topics like biodiversity, alternative energy, water management, health, nanotechnology, design thinking, robotics, and more are covered in their resources.

Wonderville

Wonderville is online STEM software providing hands-on STEM Resources with curriculum to teach K-12 students STEM, Robotics, Electronics, Alternative Energy, 3D Printing, Drones, Rocketry & Beyond! Wonderville's hands-on educational software is a perfect resource for underrepresented & at-risk students to develop an understanding of STEM subjects through project-based learning...inspiring the students to pursue STEM careers. Our software is suitable for afterschool programs, classrooms…

Science Primary Resources | National Geographic Kids || National Geographic Kids has science videos and activities for K-2 students. Fun primary resources for everything from dinosaurs, climate, space, to our brains!

United Kingdom Archives | National Geographic Kids

Science News for Students produces science news articles for students to be scientifically informed.   Students can use articles to discuss news and innovations in the scientific community. Topics include range from math, technology, earth science, inventions, evolution, space, and more! Each article includes vocabulary “power words” to focus on key science concepts.

Science News for Students

Science News for Students publishes news from all fields of science for students from middle school and up, with resources for parents and educators.

Science Activities Online | Exploratorium || The Exploratorium website offers videos and fun activities exploring scientific curiosities. Learn about lactose-intolerance, heat engines, seed-saving, monitoring climate change, and much more through hands-on activities!

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Science Activities Online | Exploratorium || The Exploratorium website offers videos and fun activities exploring scientific curiosities. Learn about lactose-intolerance, heat engines, seed-saving, monitoring climate change, and much more through hands-on activities!

Data Nuggets || Data Nuggets communicates pieces of data within short narratives for K-12+ grade levels to practice scientific discussion and quantitative skills.  Each data nugget comes with three versions of an accompanying student activity!

Data Nuggets on social media! | Data Nuggets

If you’re not following Data Nuggets on social media yet, you should! We have four great ways to keep up to date about the newest Data Nuggets released and when we add new features: First…

Science Games | PBS KIDS || PBS Kids has many interactive science games to engage students in learning, thinking, and discovery.

Games . DESIGN SQUAD GLOBAL

Play engineering games to challenge your brain! Build cities, design wind turbines to make electricity, build roads using a real physics engine, and design structures to grow food.