Put on your running shoes and sharpen your pencil! Investigate the mathematical connection between work and power in this hands-on activity.
Heat and Energy
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Learn why we have seasons in this hands on activity.
Lava lamps are very interesting to look at. But they are also interesting examples of buoyancy, heat transfer and solubility!
Every ice rink is an example of molecular bonding and gas laws at work!
Oceans absorb the greatest amount of solar radiation on Earth. Ocean warming can lead to glaciers melting and ocean acidification.
Learn about the different types of radiation, how they interact with atoms and how they can affect you.