Make electricity from Potato? - I'm going to adapt this for my class of 1-4th graders in a D/HH classroom with varying degrees of ability....I'll let you know how it goes!

Pinner sez: Make electricity from Potato? - I'm going to adapt this for my class of graders in a D/HH classroom with varying degrees of ability.

DIY Vintage Science Poster - So easy to make & a great way to hang art with out making any holes in the wall!

DIY Vintage Science Poster

My Boat Plans - DIY Vintage Science Poster - So easy to make amp; a great way to hang art with out making any holes in the wall! - 518 Illustrated, Step-By-Step Boat Plans

Red Toed Ant (hine) Tags: show blue red art bug insect toy geek handmade ant craft felt science exhibition plush softie specimen needlefelt hine nuigurumi hinemizushima

Red Toed Ant (hine) Tags: show blue red art bug insect toy geek handmade ant craft felt science exhibition plush softie specimen needlefelt hine nuigurumi hinemizushima

Teach kids about composting with an empty bottle. Simple science for spring!

Could be a fun Science Experiment for Aaliyah this summer. Every Bed of Roses: Compost in a Bottle {Science Experiment}

Google Web Lab by Universal Design Studio and MAP - a digital laboratory at London’s Science Museum where visitors can interact with internet-users around the world using musical instruments and robots

Google Web Lab by Universal Design Studio and MAP - a digital laboratory at London’s Science Museum where visitors can interact with internet-users around the world using musical instruments and robots

Homemade plastic jellyfish... I love the Jelly exhibit at the Monterey Bay Aquarium!

Homemade plastic jellyfish…

Funny pictures about Homemade plastic jellyfish. Oh, and cool pics about Homemade plastic jellyfish. Also, Homemade plastic jellyfish.

we are working to get more images like this.  People engaging with our exhibits, showing how they work, giving them context, etc

Lite Brite: Super-Sized

Colourful interaction for kids, creating your own designs and shapes through a simple but effective colour cup and white light shining behind Giant Lite Brite! At the Fort Worth Museum of Science and Technology.

DIY hand that moves when you pull the "tendons." Cool for teaching simple machines in the body!

This is such an awesome way to teach kids anatomy basics. We have a large version of this at our feature exhibit - Body Carnival: The Science and Fun of Being You (Feb. 9 - May 27 Cc cycle 3

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