SCIENCE AT HOME

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SaH: Wildlife at Home

Wherever you live, you can find other living things occupying the same space. Birds, insects, mammals and more can be found in rural areas, in

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SaH: Stratigraphy Demo

What is stratigraphy? Stratigraphy is the study of strata – or layers. When we look at things that have been layered, such as the stories

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SaH: Slime

A polymer is a chemical compound consisting of repeating structural units. In this experiment, we will create a polymer (slime) from different ingredients to see

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SaH: Scaled Solar System

Have you ever tried to imagine how vast our Solar System is? The Solar System we live in consists of the Sun, eight major planets,

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SaH: Light Sensors

Have you ever taken a close look at your eyes? Let’s explore how changes in light change our eyes!   Question How does the amount

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SaH: Chromatography

Discover the science behind an art project. When we use markers, as intended, we only see one color in the ink. Using a technique called

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SaH: Chocolate Density

This activity explores the density of different fun sized candy bars. Can you figure out which is more dense? Have fun with this tasty science

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SaH: “Plastic” Milk

Another experiment mixing art with science. During this chemical reaction, watch milk change from a liquid to a solid. You can use the product of

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SaH: Rainbow Milk

The fat content of milk is the reason this experiment works so well! Discover how soap interacts with fat molecules. In addition, you will be

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SaH: Fingerprint Investigation

In this experiment, you will be able to discover the unique nature of fingerprints. How many different fingerprints can you collect to observe? Share with

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SaH: Egg Float

Did you know salt can affect the density of water? Practice careful scientific measurements to discover how different amounts of water and salt can change

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SaH: Amazing Soap

In this experiment, you will discover how air molecules react to heat. Using a microwave and a bar of soap, you will be able to

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SaH: Dancing Raisins

In this experiment, you will discover how bubbles in your beverage can interact with certain solids dropped inside. Before your experiment, write a comment below

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SaH: Temperature Receptors

All over your body, you have receptors that send information to your brain about the environment. One type of those receptors can tell your brain

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SaH: Static Electricity

Have you ever wondered about the shocking science behind static electricity? In this experiment, you will be adding electrons to a balloon to discover what

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SaH: Reaction Time

Have you ever wondered how fast your brain can send signals? In this experiment, you will be reacting to a signal sent to your brain

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SaH: Lava Lamp

Groovy! You will be playing with a water and oil mixture to create a no-heat-needed- Lava Lamp! Make observations of the interactions of these two

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Sah: Flower Dissection

Explore the outdoors and find a flower for this investigation. You will learn about the parts of a flower and why they are important. Share

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SaH: Building Boats

Put your engineering skills to the test! In this experiment, you will be able to build, test, and rebuild a boat to find the design

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SaH: Brain Games

Question How does your brain perceive your body in space?   Materials You and a friend   What to Do   Tell your friend you

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SaH: Osmosis

Question How does liquid flow through an egg?   Materials 3 raw eggs 6 plastic cups or glass jars Food coloring Corn syrup Vinegar  

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