Test different structures to see how strong they are!
Take on the role of Urban planner to design a system and resources to increase local access to food.
Students explore various aspects of flight and apply their knowledge by designing and testing paper planes.
Students see how different amounts of air and water in a space can change the way we hear sounds.
Students explore the science of sound by creating their own "Walkman" which transmits vibrations through a piece of string.
Students will get to learn about what a structure is and what materials can be used to build a strong and stable bridge.
Students are introduced to form and function of structures and then build a bridge given certain limitations.
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.
This activity consists of coding and engineering/physics problems that students go through on how to launch a rocket and get to Mars.
Design and build a bridge using given materials that spans at least 30 cm and is strong enough to not compress under one book.