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In their science project, Howard and Kristen tested the "bounciness" of three types of balls.
Measuring the Bounciness of Balls
A student with a visual impairment designs a scientific experiment to investigate whether boys learn to beatbox more quickly than girls. Mike, is a student who loves to beat box. His project reflects his interest.
Can You Beatbox?
Models of three types of stress that can be placed on rock are described.
Rock Under Stress
A hands-on activity to introduce students who are blind and visually impaired to friction.
This activity uses a science-based approach to teach color description to students who are blind or visually impaired.
Teaching Color Using Wavelength
A hands-on activity to introduce students who are blind and visually impaired to gravity and weight.
Gravity and Weight
Students who are blind or visually impaired measure distance and time to calculate the speed at which a marble travels.
A hands-on science activity that teaches students who are blind and visually impaired about the balance of objects.
In this activity, students will experience an endothermic reaction and gauge the temperature change that occurs as a result of the reaction.
Endothermic or Exothermic Reaction?
This activity focuses on ionic bonding and the importance of valence electrons in chemical bonding.
Modeling Ionic Bonding of Atoms with the AZER APH Model
The volume of two identically shaped cubes is compared followed by a comparison of the masses of the same two cubes.
Intro to Volume and Mass
This hands-on activity teaches students who are blind and visually impaired about problem solving and the engineering design process.
Ping Pong Pop Fly