Friday Learning at Home
Looking to engage your scientist at home? Check out these simple STEM activities that are fun for the whole family!! When you complete an activity let us know! You can tweet us @EYESYouth on Twitter.
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Bees are very important in our ecosystem as they help pollenate the plants around us and help with the growth of our foods and crops. In order to help the bees pollenate the world around us, create some seed bombs with wild flowers and plant them in planter boxes.
Cloud dough and Oobleck, are non-Newtonian fluids that do not follow Newton’s Law of Viscosity. What does that mean, you may ask? Join us on this Friday Fun Day to learn all about solids and liquids!
Are you ready to bend water, separate salt and pepper, fly butterflies, and spin paper! The let’s get ready to try out these cool science static electricity tricks!
Let’s learn all the ups and downs of flying kites! Kites rely on forces of lift and thrust to fly in the air, similar to airplanes. Are you ready to go fly a kite?
Are you curious about how fast the wind is? We will “catch” and measure the speed of the wind, with our own hand made cup anemometers! Let’s start!
This activity was derived from https://www.education.com/science-fair/article/make-anemometer/.
Let’s safely catch and observe insects close up. Today, we’re going to be entomologists and participate in fieldwork with pooters!
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