Could you describe the kelp forest food web as a system?
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By building your own seismograph to document shaking, you'll learn how scientists measure earthquake intensity.
How much space is truly in space? How does the distance between things affect the ways we see things?
In this active model, students will simulate sugar molecule production to store energy—using ping pong balls!
Do you know the relative sizes of the moons in our solar system? Put yourself to the test with some Play-doh.
What types of natural resources are used to make the objects we use in everyday life? Play bingo to find out!
Work together to gather natural objects, and build creative structures with them!
Encourage kids to engage with nature through investigation and observation, in a safe, supportive environment.