Students will measure environmental conditions such as temperature, CO2, and relative humidity in their classroom and submit the data to a national database.
An overview of environmentally-friendly ways to generate electricity and power our vehicles
Learn how energy from fossil fuels can be used to generate electricity.
Rub... rub... rub... Can you feel the heat? Yes? It's friction! In this episode of ScienceXplosion, Eric learns how friction creates heat and can slow down moving objects. It's not magic, it's science!
On this episode of ScienceXplosion, Eric makes a bottle rocket.
Learn about energy in its different forms, in particular kinetic, potential and mechanical energy.
Lava lamps are very interesting to look at. But they are also interesting examples of buoyancy, heat transfer and solubility!
Learn why we have seasons in this hands on activity.
Every ice rink is an example of molecular bonding and gas laws at work!