Students will analyze historical, long-term trends in climate and explore environmental process through hands-on activities to gain an understanding of weather and climate in Northern Canada and relate to their own experiences with local weather patterns to discuss the changing climate in the north.
Students mine for chocolate chips in cookies, attempting to get as many chocolate chips as possible without damaging the cookie.
Students are introduced to form and function of structures and then build a bridge given certain limitations.
Students will get to learn about what a structure is and what materials can be used to build a strong and stable bridge.
Students use paper and build different shaped columns, test them for strength, and are then challenged to make 4 columns using only paper that will hold the most weight.
A hands-on activity set focused on elements and compounds and their use in everyday life.
Students are introduced to a simple circuit and switch with a light bulb, similar to a Harry Potter type wand.
Students learn about conservation of energy, measure the bounce of a ball at different heights and then use elastic potential energy to make a paper glider fly having kinetic energy.
Students build a life cycle of a butterfly and then watch a 10 minute clip from the Carleton University Butterfly Show.
Students model how food travels through our digestive system and do a digestive system art work.