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just another day at work … today’s Explorers Club (various science topics each month for 1st-5th graders after school) was all about volcanoes. I think that “lava” is at least 9 feet high! First I read Elizabeth Rusch’s marvelous Volcano … Continue reading
lots of building at yesterday’s Books & Blocks program @Westervlibrary!
historyhobbit: Our wax experiment from Wonderworks- the #steam #storytime at my #library
will definitely be looking for this one! what a great review! Review of the Day: The Most Magnificent Thing by Ashley Spires and here is Ashley herself: http://www.youtube.com/attribution_link?a=PYMWXRjxeKQ&u=/watch?v=DwKag_TWC_w&feature=share
schoollibraryjournal: Guest pinner Amy Koester added a 100th pin to our STEAM board. Great programming ideas for STEM + art.
10 Tips to Support Children’s Science Learning | NAEYC For Families
Amp up the fun and have the kids learn about electricity with this experiment! Use homemade electric play dough – conductive and insulating – to create circuits that light an LED. looks like fun for a STEAM storytime!! Electric Play … Continue reading
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exploratorium: Marble Machines is an essential @Tinkering Studio activity, and an excellent means to learn about gravity, momentum, and the creative potential of your recycling bin. Interested in making one at home? A trip to the hardware store should get … Continue reading
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atomstargazer: Science enthusiasm in kids and teenagers, more two stories of year 2012 | Picture edited via Sci-Tech 10-Year-Old Accidentally Creates New Molecule in Science Class Clara Lazen is the discoverer of tetranitratoxycarbon, a molecule constructed of, obviously, oxygen, nitrogen, … Continue reading