Students participate in a series of exciting virtual quizzes.
Students will be building their very own crater and testing different sized balls from various heights to see how their crater size may differ.
Students will learn about stars and create a "constellation viewer" where they can create a constellation to look at.
Students are given an unlabeled picture of a night sky and asked to find the constellations in it.
Students will do a variety of activities listed on their "Summer Time Bucket List" and try to check off as many activities as possible over the course of the summer break.
Read "There's No Place Like Space" and learn about the Solar System by making a pocket diagram of the planets.
This activity consists of coding and engineering/physics problems that students go through on how to launch a rocket and get to Mars.
Build, launch and test a glider made of paper, a straw and an elastic.
A virtual interview with a scientist where volunteers lead an interactive session about themselves, their interest in science, their career path, etc.
This is a Kahoot that includes 68 questions ranging from easier questions - what animal lays an egg: duck - to harder ones - if a meteor lands on the ground is it hot to touch - to highlight many misconceptions that exist across a variety of science topics!