We’re all using soap to wash our hands more than usual, what else can you do with that slippery bubbly substance?
The following activity is part of a series we’re creating to support students, teachers, and caregivers, during this unprecedented time. Read more about the project here. If you try this activity with your student(s), we’d love to see what you do. Share your journey...
In this activity, learners choose something to observe, and collect data over a period of days or weeks on how it changes and grows, and perhaps transforms.
Why do we take pulses using arteries? Why is a person’s pulse considered a useful measure of health? In this activity students find the answers!
Even if your local park is off limits, a walk down the street can be good for the intellect and imagination. This activity offers ways to turn that walk into a learning experience.
This activity can be as simple as sticking things in water to see if they sink and as complicated as building contraptions to make things that normally sink stay afloat (or make things that normally stay afloat sink).