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Invite your middle schooler to bungee jump ... with eggs! This experiment will demonstrate one of Newton's laws of physics.

Bungee Jump ... With Eggs!

Force and Motion: Physical Science Activities: Bungee Jumping with eggs! A fun way to play with the equation: force = mass × acceleration

Baking soda and vinegar react in this movement and power STEM activity to power a boat made with recycled materials. This is a fun outdoor STEM science experiment for kids.

Baking Soda Vinegar Powered Boat STEM

Baking Soda Vinegar Powered Boat STEM Baking soda and vinegar react in this movement and power STEM activity to power a boat made with rec.

explaining acids and bases using m&m's could also be used in explanations of static electricity and charge!

CC cycle 2 wk 14 explaining acids and bases using m&m's could also be used in explanations of static electricity and charge! Could be considered an incentive if students eat the candies afterwards

Oh physics, I am sorry we never got along in high school. I just never realized how cool you were.

Who needs physics anyway? (20 Photos)

Funny pictures about The magic of Physics. Oh, and cool pics about The magic of Physics. Also, The magic of Physics photos.

Interactive Lung Science Experiment plus Tobacco Prevention lessons and resources for teachers - middle school - with printable magazine, poster, and more!

Lung Science Experiment and Tobacco Prevention Resources

Would be great for Red Ribbon Week. Interactive Lung Science Experiment plus Tobacco Prevention lessons and resources for teachers - middle school - with printable magazine, poster, and more!

Scientist of the Month - The Teacher Garden

Would be cool to have a famous scientist of the month, and then a student scientist of the month. Would not have the stereotypical "mad scientist" decoration though.

"Solve a Mystery with Science": Students get a hands-on look at chemical reactions using a color test as they work to solve a hypothetical medical mystery in the Crime Scene Chemistry project. [Source: Science Buddies, http://www.sciencebuddies.org/blog/2015/09/solve-a-mystery-with-science.php?from=Pinterest] #sciencefair #scienceproject #sciencekit

"Solve a Mystery with Science": Students get a hands-on look at chemical reactions using a color test as they work to solve a hypothetical medical mystery in the Crime Scene Chemistry project.

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