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Crystal Rainbow Science Borax Crystal Growing Activity

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Rainbow Science Experiments

Learn about rainbows and colors or celebrate St. Patrick's Day with these fun rainbow science experiments for kids.

from No Time For Flash Cards

Rainbow Crafts For Kids

Rainbow Crafts For Kids . Great for any time of year but wonderful for St.Patrick's Day! #ece

from Fantastic Fun & Learning

Are Seeds the Same? Science Investigation

Are Seeds the Same Science Investigation

from Little Bins for Little Hands

Dissolving Candy Canes Christmas Science

Dissolving Candy Canes Christmas Science Experiment. Christmas STEM activity with candy. Simple kitchen science.

from Little Bins for Little Hands

Magnetic Slime Science Activity with Homemade Slime Recipe

Magnetic Slime Homemade Slime Recipe

FREE middle school science activity about qualitative and quantitative observations

from Adventures in Mommydom

Earth Science activities for kids

Some 458 Ma ago, Earth was whacked in a double asteroid strike, leaving craters visible in Sweden today, space scientists reported on Thursday. The event, they said, can be traced to "one of the largest cosmic catastrophes" in the history of the Solar System -- a mighty collision in the asteroid belt around 12 Ma earlier.That smashup caused a 120-mi-wide asteroid to break up, scattering large chunks of rock, some of which later crossed Earth's orbit.Two of these pieces slammed into shallow seas that covered modern-day Scandinavia, according to the study. With uplift of the Earth's crust, the signature of that event lies in central Sweden -- the 7.5-km Lockne crater, located around 20 kms south of the city of Oestersund, and a 700-m crater at nearby Malingen. The study, published in the journal Scientific Reports, backs long-standing suspicions that these craters, just 16 kms apart, were caused by a "doublet", an extremely rare double whammy caused by asteroids travelling in pairs.The team, led by Jens Ormoe of the Centre for Astrobiology in Madrid, Spain, carried out drilling into the craters, looking for traces of sediment altered by impact shock.They also mapped the halo of ejecta -- a ring of debris hurled up by the smash, which landed up to tens of kilometres away from the inner crater.The Lockne impact was created by an object about 600-m long, while the Malingen impactor was about 150-m long, the experts said. They were so-called "rubble pile" asteroids, or fragments travelling in a cluster. "Doublets" are a debated area of astrophysics. Modelling of asteroids that come close to Earth suggest that about 16% of these objects travel in pairs. But of the 188 known craters on Earth, only 10 -- in Can., RU, DE, FI, BR -- are considered to be serious candidates as doublets. The twin impact 458-Ma ago would be part of a "shower" of meteors that pummelled Earth after the big breakup in the main asteroid belt. Some experts theorise that this had dramatic consequences for Earth's climate & ecosystems, encouraging an explosion in species called Great Ordovician Biodiversification Event

from Go Science Girls

DIY Balance Scales for Toddlers and Preschoolers

'Which one is heavier?' game - fun balance scales science for toddlers and preschoolers from Go Science Girls.

from No Time For Flash Cards

15 Easy Science Activities For Kids

Easy science ideas for #cooking guide #cuisine #food #recipes cooking #art of cooking|