#### Ulmer Nest

🏠In this activity, students will dive into estimation and critical thinking as they explore ‘Ulmer Nest’. It’s essential to start with the starter slides, where student...

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🏠In this activity, students will dive into estimation and critical thinking as they explore ‘Ulmer Nest’. It’s essential to start with the starter slides, where student...

🎃Leverage your students' Halloween enthusiasm with this activity, where they’ll calculate the volume of various trick-or-treat bags—ranging from rectangular prisms to spheres, ...

How much pee is in your pool? 🏊🏊
After chlorination, it has been hard to measure the quantity of pollutants in pool water. A Canadian chemist, Xing-Fang Li, has ...

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How much water do you have to drink?
In this activity student develop formulas for calculating their water needs, learn abo...

We have 16 activities that you could use for Earth Day!
April 22nd is Earth Day. Help your students become activists for our planet? We have ...

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Click on the download pdf button at the bottom for the activities. For adventurer memebers, we have the...

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It's a gorgeous ball, covered with Waterford Crystal triangles, shaped as a geodesic icosahedron. Every New Year's Eve it descends in Times Square to mark the...

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In this activity, students work through the nomenclature to understand the possibilities of nano science and quantum dots. Questions that are answered; How many nanometers are in a millime...

Do you know what a cord of wood looks like? What size stack is that? What's a thrown stack? What's the dog's name that is standing in front of the wood? How long can I heat my house with that much fue...

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