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<b>Every kid is for rainbows, explosions, or rainbow explosions.</b>

Preschool science - It's alive! One of the coolest science experiments ever!- cornstarch and water mixture moves to sound so kids can visually experience sound waves. You have to have a loud bass.

Last year, I started a new Space Club program at four middle schools. Not wanting to reinvent the wheel, I searched the web for ideas and curriculum to implement. I soon became excited to find great resources like NASA and TeachEngineering, but I was also overwhelmed as a simple Google search for "Space STEM activities" gives you a mere 89 million hits. Wading through a lot of junk eventually brought some gems that I could implement, and I leave it to another post to rant about t

Last year, I started a new Space Club program at four middle schools. Not wanting to reinvent the wheel, I searched the web for ideas and curriculum to implement. I soon became excited to find great resources like NASA and TeachEngineering

inertia towers made of blocks

This hands-on activity teaches students who are blind or visually impaired about the law of inertia in physical science

Prepared notecards

This hands-on activity teaches students who are blind or visually impaired about the law of inertia in physical science

Alternative setup with cups

Introduction to Newton's first law of motion activity. This hands-on activity is an excellent introduction to Newton’s First Law, otherwise known as the Law of Inertia. Students learn that inertia is an object’s resistance to a change in motion.