Celebrating black scientists with fun paper circuit activities

paper circuit activities celebrating black scientists

This is a fun set of paper circuit activities to celebrate some amazing black scientists. Without men and women of all backgrounds, our science would be far less rich. Here is the supply list you will need for this week’s activities: Paper circuit supplies on Amazon  George Washington Carver (Agriculture) Born …

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Floating Magnets Paper Circuit Activity

Floating Magnets Paper Circuit Activity

Hey Science Family! We’ve been busy sciencing (Evan’s word) and we’re ready for another Circuit Friday! Today we’re going to use our magnets to create a floating world, if we can!  This is a free-build circuit activity so you’re project will definitely look a lot different than ours, but the …

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Magnetic Slime recipe and Tutorial!

It’s Slime day! Slime Day!! Magnetic Slime Day! Magnets! We need some slime-loving, magnet hoarding kiddos for today’s lesson! Today, we’re making magnetic slime, which is amazing, and then we’re using that slime to visualize the field lines that surround magnets. Which is even more amazing! We’ve got the Zoom …

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Can you split water into hydrogen and oxygen?

water split activity using graphite to make oxygen and hydrogen

Hey Science Family! I used to constantly be looking around for extra Oxygen and Hydrogen atoms, I never could find enough for my projects. Then I realized I could just take water and split it in two. Easy right? Science is never as easy as that first idea, and I …

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Make a Playdoh Sculpture light up with squishy circuits

pink conductive dough or playdoh to make squishy circuits light up LEDs kids activity

PSA No Playdough? You can easily make your own conductive dough with the recipe here:   https://rosieresearch.com/playdough-circuits/  I’ve also copied it at the bottom of the email. Hey Science Family! Ready to lock in some electron knowledge?  It’s time to add a little zip and zazzle to your sculpture making by …

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DIY Morse code box – Paper Circuit Activity

diy paper circuit kids activity

Hey Spy Science Eavesdroppers! We’ve gathered intel, we’ve learned our tradecraft, we’ve encoded our messages and placed our dead drop. Now it’s time to radio in to base to let them know!  But wait, we can’t just call them up, we need to send a secret message. We need to …

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