Sprawy Nauka: Nauki fizyczne

Sprawy Nauka: Nauki fizyczne

Turning the arrow experiment! This is so cool! I did it with my class today, an they loved it just as much as I did! The title of our Science Experiment was Magic Water! Draw an arrow place the paper behind a glass then fill the glass with water and watch the arrow change directions! We talked about how water bends light etc!

Turning the arrow experiment! This is so cool! I did it with my class today, an they loved it just as much as I did! The title of our Science Experiment was Magic Water! Draw an arrow place the paper behind a glass then fill the glass with water and watch the arrow change directions! We talked about how water bends light etc!

How to make fog in a bottle. Fun and easy science project for kids.

How to make fog in a bottle. Fun and easy science project for kids.

Sceleratus Classical Academy: constellation guide

Sceleratus Classical Academy: constellation guide

This experiment is perfect to help answer the classic kid question: "why is the sky blue?"

This experiment is perfect to help answer the classic kid question: "why is the sky blue?"

Make a homemade barometer for studying weather

Make a homemade barometer for studying weather

Balloon rocket racers!  (Laws of Motion) my boys would love this!

Balloon rocket racers! (Laws of Motion) my boys would love this!

Hands on water science for kids - making a fountain to learn about water power

Hands on water science for kids - making a fountain to learn about water power

Roll a Can with No Hands!    materials:  soda can  head of hair  balloon    Lay the can on a flat surface.  Rub a balloon on your head back and forth super fast!  Hold the balloon close to your can, without touch it.  The can will roll toward the balloon! Have a soda can race with a friend! via Science Bob

Roll a Can with No Hands! materials: soda can head of hair balloon Lay the can on a flat surface. Rub a balloon on your head back and forth super fast! Hold the balloon close to your can, without touch it. The can will roll toward the balloon! Have a soda can race with a friend! via Science Bob

Light Refraction Activities. Simple (no mess!) activities with everyday materials. To learn about the properties of light shown by these activities, visit http://www.freeworldu.org/Flashcards/ViewFlashcards.aspx?FlashcardCategoryId=5979&FlashcardId=167508.

Light Refraction Activities. Simple (no mess!) activities with everyday materials. To learn about the properties of light shown by these activities, visit http://www.freeworldu.org/Flashcards/ViewFlashcards.aspx?FlashcardCategoryId=5979&FlashcardId=167508.

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