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Autumn Leaf Chromatography

The leaves around here's are just now really starting to show some color, and many of the trees are still entirely green.  I found this...

Science Fair – 1st Place!

Last week was the annual TCS Science Fair. Hannah won first place in 7th grade category! We were so excited. This year she decided to do her project on the testing of expensive nail polish a…

An infographic on Understanding Our Basic Human Rights: including gender equality and education!

Understanding Our Basic Human Rights

The Rice Experiment – Demonstrating the Power of Words

This post might blow your mind a little. In fact, it might blow your mind A LOT. Homeopathy skeptics argue that any perceived positive effect from homeopathic remedies are due to the placebo effec...

Reading Fair Projects-M.F. in 6th grade did this and then others from the community were invited to "judge" them. (Criteria: display, ivideo which was a trailer made by the kid for the book, knowledge of the book, and appearance of the child (business casual dress))

Which Type of Sponge Holds the Most Water?

Variation of absorption activity and background Knowledge! Science Fair: Which Type of Sponge Holds the Most Water?

15 Cool Science Activities To Do With Your Kids

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 has to be fun. Here we have some cool and entertaining science experiments you can try with your kids. They will learn a lot of new things while playing.

Phases of the moon, this helps the students understand while making this chart, what they look like. Science standards: 4. The Physical Setting, A. Universe, Grade 4: The patterns of stars in the sky stay the same, although they appear to move across the sky nightly, and different stars can be seen in different seasons.

Teaching the Skeletal System

Teaching the skeletal system has never been more fun! Your kids will love learning all about bones using these fun and engaging activities and books, perfect for students in kindergarten, first grade, and second grade. The human body can be so interesting, and there are plenty of ideas for using this theme in science, math, art, and reading! It's great for fall and Halloween, too!