Learn about the human circulatory system and make your own scab!
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.
Students build pompom poppers and balloon cars to learn about forces causing movement.