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Make Plastic From Milk - A Bioplastics STEM Project For Kids
Make plastic from milk? Yes you really can! Create your own toys, beads, jewelry, and more, with ingredients you have right now in your kitchen. It's so easy and super cool! #milkplastic #polymers #chemistry #MilkPlasticExperiment #ScienceExperiment #ChemistryExperiment via @steampoweredfam
How to Control the Flooding - Teachers are Terrific
In this STEM Challenge, students build a barrier that will slow or stop the flow of water. First, they test various absorbent items. After experimenting, test results help choose an absorbent item and then they design the flood-proof barrier. It is tested when water is poured into the structure's container. Can students effectively use the materials to build a fence system and pack it with absorbent items? Will the house flood? Great problem solving occurs with this STEM project!
Day 22 for the #beachphotochallenge SEA LIFE Crab & Whale Turtle & Jelly Fish (no jellyfish emoji :( #seaglass #californiaseaglass #seasideseaglass #seasidecalifornia #sanfrancisco #sanfranciscocalifornia #sanfranciscoseaglass #californiaseaglass #ohiobeachglass #clevelandbeachglass #ashesofbeautydesigns #ashesofbeauty #therapy #beachcomber #beachfinds #beachcomb #beachcombingfinds #loverofthesea #loverofseaglass #sealife
Make these fun seashell necklaces
Make an easy DIY seashell necklace for your little mermaid - this easy jewelry making craft for kids is also a perfect summer camp activity for tweens and teens! It's made from air dry clay and a super cool glaze, with instructions for adding different textures to the clay.
Gifts for young scientists, artists and makers
My son had a blast using these stones as a jumping off point to tell his own tales! Native Americans often used symbols to tell stories. Some symbols looked just like the concepts or objects they represented and others were more abstract. My son and I went to a Native American tribe's website to look up symbols so that we could make our own (super simple!) storytelling stones.