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Nuclear Fusion - This simple and engaging astronomy activity explains nuclear fusion and how radiation is generated by stars, using marshmallows as a model. Learners will explore what cosmic radiation is and where it comes from, and how the elements in the universe are generated. The PDF contains step-by-step instructions, photos, presentation tips, links to background information, and a printable Periodic Table of the Elements.

This simple and engaging astronomy activity explains nuclear fusion and how radiation is generated by stars, using marshmallows as a model.

Explore gravity, motion, momentum and friction while creating art at Howtosmile.org. Roll a golf ball in paint, then manipulate its speed and angle of motion to create a painting on paper, in the OMSI Roller Ball Painting activity.

Explore gravity, motion, momentum and friction while creating art at Howtosmile.org. Roll a golf ball in paint, then manipulate its speed and angle of motion to create a painting on paper, in the OMSI Roller Ball Painting activity.

Use simple ingredients to grow crystals, examine repeating geometric shapes and patterns, and make crystal art at Howtosmile.org. Compare growth of crystals from four types of crystal-starters, to see which grows the most crystals in 14 days. In this earth science/math/art Crystals activity from Lawrence Hall of Science, report your results online and find out what other learners discovered.

Use simple ingredients to grow crystals, examine repeating geometric shapes and patterns, and make crystal art at Howtosmile.org. Compare growth of crystals from four types of crystal-starters, to see which grows the most crystals in 14 days. In this earth science/math/art Crystals activity from Lawrence Hall of Science, report your results online and find out what other learners discovered.

Get learners using maps and timetables to plan a family vacation or school field trip. In TERC's From Here to There activity at Howtosmile.org, learners compare how and how long it will take to get where they want and need to go.  Take an actual trip learners help plan and see if their predictions were right.  http://www.howtosmile.org/record/1305

Get learners using maps and timetables to plan a family vacation or school field trip. In TERC's From Here to There activity at Howtosmile.org, learners compare how and how long it will take to get where they want and need to go. Take an actual trip learners help plan and see if their predictions were right. http://www.howtosmile.org/record/1305

In this activity, reuse two-liter bottles to create bowling pins. Learners practice math skills and develop a concept of verifying answers, while bowling and keeping score...STEM site

In this activity, reuse two-liter bottles to create bowling pins. Learners practice math skills and develop a concept of verifying answers, while bowling and keeping score.

Learners discover things about their senses as they explore mystery items in their bag—using only their sense of touch. Fill bags with materials already at hand, in the Touchy Feely Bags activity from TryScience at Howtosmile.org.

Learners will discover things about their senses as they explore the mystery items in their bag - using their sense of touch.

A Model Nuclear Power Plant Steam Turbine - in this activity, learners build a model of a power plant using simple materials.

A Model Nuclear Power Plant Steam Turbine - in this activity, learners build a model of a power plant using simple materials.

Got milk...Make plastic at Howtosmile.org. Add vinegar to milk to solidify the protein casein, then investigate its plastic properties in OMSI'S Plastic Milk activity. Introduce learners to polymer chains and how they form from individual molecules.

Plastic Milk: You can make plastic from milk

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