On October 22, 2013, Chesapeake Energy Corporation held an Earth Science workshop for teachers grades 3rd through High School. In this workshop Mrs. Janie Schuelke, the instructor for this workshop, covered a full scope of Earth Science topics and guided the teachers through each topics background information, vocabulary, projects, and
Elementary Science Olympiad Held in Putnam City School District What has 270 pairs of legs, can protect a raw egg from a 30 foot drop, builds wind-powered magnetic-levitated cars that travel 5 feet in less than a second, knows the accomplishments of over 50 famous scientists, and can spell words
Six activities that integrate math and science with sports and will have learners moving around.
Five activities that allow participants to study their dominant side.
Six activities that teach math and science lessons through exploring seeds and plants.
Seven interactive activities about fossil fuels and energy use.
Several hands-on activities that introduce the parts of the brain, neurons, and the nervous system.
Four activities that explain and explore static electricity.
Create different devices that transmit sound, and decide which is loudest!
Engage learners with four hands-on activities that teach the science behind different sports.
Learn about friction through these easy activities using rubber bands, sneakers, and socks.
An activity that allows learners to practice reading thermometers.
Teach a chemistry lesson by making your own marshmallows.
A dozen activities that explore sound and hearing.
Eleven activities that discuss dental health and the anatomy of a tooth.
Hands-on activities for learners to recognize and make their own fossils.
Build a camera using common household items to investigate how eyes and cameras work.
Test the limits of gravity and balance using craft items.
Test density and friction using salt and a marble.
Examine the different laws of physics in this fun activity.