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Let’s Get Instrumental – July 9th

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Video coming soon! First, you will need to download the Let’s Get Instrumental lab manual, which can be found here: We have talked previously about sound in episode 36 and 39. We have identified frequency, pitch, and sound waves so far. We have not yet classified artificial or natural sounds! Artificial sounds are sounds made […]

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Radiant Rays – July 2nd

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First, you will need to download the Radiant Rays lab manual, which can be found here: Have you ever tried to cook an egg on the sidewalk? Or maybe you watched a video of someone do it online. You (or the person in the video), may have been successful after a loooooong period of time. […]

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Use That Noggin’!

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First, you will need to download the Use That Noggin’! lab manual, which can be found here: In episode 27, Don’t Be A-Freud of Psych, we discussed psychology as the study of the brain and behaviour. But what does our brain look like? And how does it have control of our entire body? This episode […]

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Don’t Be A-Freud of Psych

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First, you will need to download the Don’t Be A-Freud of Psych lab manual, which can be found here: You have likely heard about biology, probably are familiar with chemistry, and you even might know what physics is. But do you know about psychology? Psychology is the study of the mind, brain, and behaviour. Experimental […]

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Conversatin’ About Conservation

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Video coming soon! First, you will need to download the Coversatin’ About Conservation lab manual, which can be found here: The Law of Conservation of Mass states that in a chemical reaction, matter is neither created nor destroyed. Think about a rock, for example. If you were to break a rock with a hammer, the […]

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Elephants Toothpaste

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First, you will need to download the Elephants Toothpaste lab manual, which can be found here: Today we will examine what kind of toothpaste elephants like best. Just kidding! Our activity today relates to the rates of reactions. There are many factors that affect the rate at which a chemical reaction occurs. These include: Concentration  […]