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How much weight can your boat float? Mass, volume, density, buoyancy, measurement, inquiry, graphing.

How much weight can your boat float? Mass, volume, density, buoyancy, measurement, inquiry, graphing.

To make this more challenging get him to float with his face out of the water.

STEM Trifold: Flotation Device

To make this more challenging get him to float with his face out of the water.

Matter post: ideas for volume, mass, relative density, magnetism, electrical conductivity, thermal conductivity, and states of matter

Time to Teach: Properties of Matter

Matter post: ideas for volume, mass, relative density, magnetism, electrical conductivity, thermal conductivity, and states of matter

Fun STEM Challenges for Kids: The Best Marble Runs to Build!  Engineering challenges and building activities that kids will love using marbles and simple materials.

Fun STEM Challenges for Kids: The Best Marble Runs to Build

Fun STEM Challenges for Kids: The Best Marble Runs to Build! Engineering challenges and building activities that kids will love using marbles and simple materials.

"Building Bristlebots: Basic Toothbrush Robotics": With a bag of toothbrushes and some basic electronics supplies, you can give a group of kids a fun introductory #robotics experience! Once you have a crew of working bots, get creative building mazes and tracks!

"Building Bristlebots: Basic Toothbrush Robotics": With a bag of toothbrushes and some basic electronics supplies, you can give a group of kids a fun introductory #robotics experience! Once you have a crew of working bots, get creative building mazes and tracks!

Why is the blue sky orange at sunset? Science Experiment

Why Are Sunsets Red Orange? Science Experiment

Why is the blue sky orange at sunset? Science Experiment

The BEST ever STEM task! Build a catapult. First, kids experiment with many different angles of the catapult. This involves measuring and estimating. Then they build the best version of a catapult by using their collected data. Can they create a catapult that will send the projectile the farthest distance?

STEM Activity Challenge Catapults

The BEST ever STEM task! Build a catapult. First, kids experiment with many different angles of the catapult. This involves measuring and estimating. Then they build the best version of a catapult by using their collected data. Can they create a catapult that will send the projectile the farthest distance?

Floating & Sinking Cans - It’s time for another ‘Does It Float?” science experiment. This time we use cans that are the same size, shape and volume. But some float and others sink....WHY? #CoolScienceHQ #Science #ScienceExperiments

Floating & Sinking Cans - It’s time for another ‘Does It Float?” science experiment. This time we use cans that are the same size, shape and volume. But some float and others sink....WHY? #CoolScienceHQ #Science #ScienceExperiments

Can  you build a tower with only a dew materials? It must have a suspended bucket that holds weight! What will you do?

STEM Activity Challenge Bucket Towers

Can you build a tower with only a dew materials? It must have a suspended bucket that holds weight! What will you do?

Middle School Physical Science Activities: Bungee Jump ... With Eggs!

Bungee Jump ... With Eggs!

Middle School Physical Science Activities: Bungee Jump ... With Eggs!

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