These scavenger hunt templates, designed in-house by Liz Pearson, are a creative challenge for future scientists to learn about the tools and skills needed to embark on fun, safe science in the classroom.
Here is a simple activity that you can do at home to investigate and compare the effectiveness of hand sanitizers. You can compare different brands, alcohol vs nonalcoholic versions, different alcohol % or different delivery methods. You’ll also practice some basic microbiology techniques. And I’ve saved the best for last – this is a great activity to do with family and friends since at least 4 pairs of hands are going to be needed!
The struggle over preparing chemical solutions for science lab activities and experiments is real for many science teachers, lab aides, and students. A lack of time, equipment, or the proper training can certainly make solution prep a daunting task - until now. Check out the top 5 reasons to use EZ Prep Chemicals for your biology, chemistry, or even home science lab activities!
Explore the structure and properties of polymers along with the concepts of chemical reactions and cross linking by creating FLUORESCENT SLIME! This fun demonstration is perfect for the classroom, science lab, or as a distance learning activity. A black light activated pigment is included to make this polymer activity easy and memorable for scientists of all ages!
Longer, warmer days provide an awesome opportunity to explore outdoors! Here are 5 fun and simple activities for budding scientists that don’t mind getting their hands (and maybe clothes) a little dirty!