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Use agar cubes to investigate how size impacts diffusion.
Discover the meaning of evolutionary fitness in this predator/prey simulation.
Two cylinders that look the same may roll downhill at different rates.
Construct a simple hydrometer to compare the densities of solutions.
“g,” that’s interesting! Investigating gravity.
Model the carbon cycle and its principal reservoirs and flow rates using rice.
Why the world gets dark so fast outside the circle of the campfire.
Explore a famous environmental data set to learn about climate change.
Measure the efficiency of solar cells.
Noodle around with elemental properties and how they’re organized.
Use straight lines to learn about circles.
Graphing can be a slippery slope to understanding.
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