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Arizona Science Center: Backyard Bugs
Arizona Science Center

In this activity, you will simulate the moon in order to guide bugs right where you want them so that you can see them all up close and personal!

Siemens STEM Day: Why is the Sky Blue?
Siemens STEM Day

In this activity, students will use a glass jar, water, milk, and a flashlight to explain why the sky is blue.

DK Find Out! Science

Find out facts and try some quizzes about the science and technology all around us, famous scientists and their discoveries, and inventions that changed the world.

Raising da Vinci: 10 Sweet Experiments - Fun Candy Science
Raising da Vinci

You need very little to do most of these experiments, they are easy, and fun to do with kids!

Steve Spangler Science: Disappearing Color Wheel
Steve Spangler Science

The wheel is covered in the primary and secondary colors, but give it a spin and they vanish from a rainbow to white.

StarTalk: Let There Be Light

The universe is awash with radiation, from long wavelength radio waves to short wavelength gamma rays.

Mathalicious: F-Stop in the Name of Love

In this lesson, students use the area of circles and fractions to explore how to properly expose a picture, and how photographers use depth of field and motion blur to get the perfect shot.

OLogy: Light, Matter, and Energy
OLogy (American Museum of Natural History)

Where did Einstein get his great ideas? Find out with this virtual tour.

OLogy: Light Quest
OLogy (American Museum of Natural History)

How enlightened are you about the subject of light? Play this trivia game to find out!

OLogy: See the Light
OLogy (American Museum of Natural History)

Take an enlightening look at light with these three easy experiments.

Illuminations: Light in the Ocean
Illuminations (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics)

In the first lesson, students make a conjecture about how the intensity of light changes as a function of the depth of the ocean.

Illuminations: Gather Data
Illuminations (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics)

To test their conjectures, students gather data using one of three different methods: using a simulated online dive; covering a tank with plexiglass to simulate ocean water; or, incrementally filling a column with water to simulate increasing depth.