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Elementary, Middle School

Experimenting with Paper Folding

Experimenting with Paper Folding

Students will be challenged to fold a piece of paper as many times as they possibly can. Then they will design and carry out an experiment to test whether the number of folds depends upon any one of several variables.

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Science
Elementary, Middle School

What makes the oceans move?

What makes the oceans move?

Let’s explore together how energy creates movement of ocean currents and how those currents can distribute pollution around the globe.

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Science
Elementary, Middle School

Let's Talk Turtles!

Let's Talk Turtles!

Join marine biologist Rachel LeCates as she discusses her journey from a small country in Central America to working at a sea turtle hospital in Texas.

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Science
Elementary, Middle School

If Water Has Memory, Then What Does That Mean For Our Oceans?

If Water Has Memory, Then What Does That Mean For Our Oceans?

Seventy percent of the Earth’s surface is covered in water, but how much do we really know about this precious substance?

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Science
Elementary, Middle School

Climate Change: How Can You Tell It Happened? How Can You Tell It’s Happening?

Climate Change: How Can You Tell It Happened? How Can You Tell It’s Happening?

In this presentation, students will learn about the different types of evidence that we use to measure Earth’s climate change.

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Science
Elementary, Middle School

Get into Gear

Get into Gear

Cyclists strive to achieve efficiency during continuous riding. Students must determine which pairing of gears is the best or most efficient. They will apply their understanding of ratios to explore gear ratios and how they can affect pedaling and riding speeds.

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Science
Elementary, Middle School

The “Wipe It” Coaster Challenge

The “Wipe It” Coaster Challenge

Reduce! Reuse! Recycle! Roller coaster!!!! True, responsible citizens should follow the 3 R’s but let’s also have a little fun while thinking about the environment! Join us on this Earth Day STEM and Engineering Design Activity as students face the challenge of building a marble roller coaster from empty toilet paper and paper towel rolls based on specific criteria. Students will plan the design of the coaster during our session and then construct the coaster outside of our session. Teachers will receive a link for resources to conduct and adapt this experiment based on grade level.

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Science
Elementary, Middle School

Take Care of Our Earth-It’s Our Home!

Take Care of Our Earth-It’s Our Home!

Take your students on an adventure to see how they can truly impact the world around them! Students will meet Doug Riggs, an Environmental Engineer and learn about how he helps to take care of our Earth Everyday. Students learn how to research, plan and implement a plan to help the environment!

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Science
Elementary, Middle School

Shoot for the Moon

Shoot for the Moon

Set audacious goals and work towards them! This is what we need to do right now to address biodiversity loss and the climate crisis. This strategy also led to some fun adventures and a rewarding career for Dr. MacIntyre. Share her journey to becoming a scientist, an astronaut candidate, and a science communicator encouraging people of all ages to take climate action.