In this demonstration, students observe what happens to activated glow sticks when they are submerged in water at three different temperatures: cold, room temperature, and hot. Students will use these observations to discuss the type of light emission associated with glow sticks. Alternatively, the activity could be performed, with the appropriate safety considerations, by students.
In this demo, a polyethylene strip is charged by rubbing with wool. The charged strip is then used to charge a neutral object, a pith ball, by contact. This demo can be done as a student activity. read more
The students will learn about the needs of plants by using a data collection tool (Makeblock Neurons). This tool will allow students to measure the temperature and humidity around a plant as well as... read more