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LessonLesson PlanSupplies (highlighted boxes are provided - all supplies for the lesson are listed)
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Homemade Weather Instrumentshttps://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Px3HeLXrkHNgRpBwV7noy-zhpbZolVBD?usp=sharingModeling ClayMedicine dropperFunnelThermometersClear Plastic StrawRulerFine-tipped permanent markerNarrow-necked plastic bottle with lid (small bottles used for food-coloring or vanilla extract work best)Rubbing Alcohol (Be sure your work area is well-ventilated. Cover alcohol when not in use)Food coloring (just a few drops)Small coffee can or empty food canPlastic wrapScissors5 cups (such as dixie or solo cups), one should be of a different color or easily discernible2 strips of stiff cardboardPenWaterStaplerPush pinPencil with an eraser on the endWatch with a second hand or a timerCalculatorSmall fan (optional)A manila folderA pinGlue
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Polymers Matter! (Exploring how polymers form materials all around you)https://drive.google.com/drive/u/1/folders/1IOZlVvi4qJcFxxbO98csSy37TGaqumYMSilly PuttyBorax (8 tsp)Several Spools of YarnBeadsPlastic Grocery BagSturdy Plastic CupBox full of other polymer and non-polymer products (Tupperware, plastic bottles, paper, metal)WaterSyrupCups (Receptacles for water and syrup)Foam blockWooden BlockBasketball Net (or network of yarn tied tightly together)3 Zip-Top BagsElmer’s Glue (3 tsp)1/3 cup measuring cupMeasuring teaspoonGlass jars with lidsPermanent Marker Set of glovesSet of goggles
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Brain modelshttps://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/1kCaiFaynAC__trCiAH7VQ6mJYIucbGCiPlay Doh Paper, markers/pencils for drawing
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Understanding mechanical properties to improve current knee injury treatmentshttps://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/1pPD5Pn22bHw6NlNp01t--UQfyNZhJeCOWikkistiksPop up spongeStress ballsrubberbandsTongue depressors or popsicle sticks Zip ties (at least 4 inch long) water scissors (able to cut zip tie) Large test tube or graduated cylinder
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Snap Shot Snapshots! Backyard High Speed Kinematicshttps://drive.google.com/drive/u/1/folders/1f9ngYFdprfvHzEzMNc3wfjq0DgrcOZ1qSmall foam balls3D Printed track Video recording device - slow motion feature would be better (available for many smart phones). See lesson plan
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Modelling Cell Organelleshttps://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/1J4iMfuzFXT6D5pPKG3WLLX9eg0NbgAtGPipe cleanersBalloonsGlueScissorsPaper TowelsCDsStrips of paperBatteries (optional)Gummi wormsShoe boxes small plastic sandwhich bagsgumballs/malt balls Candy buttons, lentils, or penniesRibbon candy (Optional)Bubble wrapLemon head Mike and Ike/jelly beansSaran wrapCardboard (can also use paper plates)
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Material Propertieshttps://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Ub2QmwmPhDrc4y0yzuwcM_BfwC_4hwnaSilly puttyPlay DohBouncy BallsElastic cord (rubber band works too)Pull-N-Pak plastic (plastic bag from grocery stores - usually for vegetables)Stand (There is a diagram to make such a stand in the lesson plan)String2 equal weights (standard hooked weights or DIY weights - DIY suggestions available in the lesson plan)RulerStopwatch (phone or clock works)Hardbound books or any other flat weights
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Protein Translationhttps://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1UcjkWBoXuskGzA08J-wUHuBl44BdCIMaPony beadsMagnetic beadsString or cord - make sure that the string has a diameter of at most 3 mm - the beads we provide have a hole diameter of around 4 mm
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