Sorry, You are not authorized to view this content. Please login to Instagram to view this content.
You might interested in
This is the story of 15-year-old Thomas Owusu, who is on a journey to make a name for himself with his talent in crafting.
Young Thomas Owusu has put his special set of skills to ingenious use, making a standing fan out of wood and plastic materials that runs on electricity.
Thomas is a class 5 pupil of the Bokabo D/A Primary School at Sefwi Bokabo, in the Bodi District of the Western Region of Ghana.
Overnight, the extremely talented boy has become an internet sensation, with many commending him for his innovation. #hellomynameisking#steam#stem#ghana#blackinventors
🇮🇸 Islandia: tierra de fuego y hielo🌋 Según las sagas, sus primeros habitantes fueron monjes cristianos, los Papar, quienes se establecieron en el siglo VIII, para huir en el siglo IX con las llegadas vikingas. En 874, se establecen los “primeros islandeses”, los colonos nórdicos Ingólfur Arnarson y su esposa, Hallveig Fróđadóttir, en la zona que ahora es Reikiavik (la capital de Islandia). Info: @sagamuseum#lego#Iceland 🇮🇸
Team SRIHJB participated in the Southern Region Rero Robotics and Coding Competition. Fathinah and teammates, their very first experience in this kinda field. Normally they do 'on stage' thingy like public speaking, choral speaking, emceeing, and Quran recital, but this time around, they are exposed to something totally different. Well done, kiddos! 👍👍👍
Holiday planning and setting goals for Term 3... STEM/STEAM is not a strong focus area or for me so I’ve loved the resources from @teachstarter giving me good direction in making a start! How do you incorporate STEM/STEAM into your classrooms?? I would LOVE to hear all of your ideas. Bec XX
W H A T • I F
While some science activities are planned, others are child led and begin with the simplest of questions... what if? What if we freeze the slime? What if we put the frozen slime in water? What if we use a hammer on the frozen slime? All of these questions were asked, tested, and observed by E and B. While the initial frozen slime melted into a semi squishy object, B was very persistent and kneeded his slime back to a stretchy form. E was far more interested in hammering the frozen slime. Oh the wonders of science!
Supplies: BioColor BioPutty solution and paint (@discountschoolsupply), silicon mold (@joannstores), hammer, water
Preschool Prompts: Can you hypothesize what will happen when we freeze the slime? How did the slime feel before we froze it? How is it different now? Is the slime still stretchy? Does it sink or float when frozen?
Prep: Prepare the BioPutty as per the instructions, play with the putty while also making observations of it’s properties. Distribute slime into a silicon mold and freeze overnight. Determine how you will test the properties of the frozen slime, then go for it.
Skills: basic science concepts, making observations, sensory stimulation, scientific language development, gross motor
Next Generation Little Einsteins. Celebrating weird science at Nanobyte Labs!
0 42an hour ago
Saheki Crater on Mars is large, about 84 kilometers across, and located in the Southern highlands of Mars, to the north of Hellas Planitia. It’s filled with beautiful alluvial fans that formed when water (likely melting snow) carried fine material, such as sand, silt and mud, from the interior crater rim down to the bottom of the crater.
Two smaller craters impacted into the alluvial fan surface in Saheki, excavating holes that allow us to see what the fans look like beneath the surface. Exposed along the crater’s interior walls, we can see that the fan is made up of multiple individual layers (white and purple tones in the irb color image) that were deposited on the floor (the green and brown tones). The brown, circular shapes on the fan layers are small impact craters.
In Operation ASHA, providers use a biometric fingerprinting system called eCompliance to ensure the effective treatment of our patients. By using eCompliance, providers and centers are able to monitor every dose of the patient by fingerprint. When a patient fails to adhere to the medication regimen, eCompliance allows community health workers to follow up with missing patients, preventing default and MDR-TB. OpASHA needs only $80 to treat one TB patient.
Copy the link for more info:
This is some of the most simple and exciting science for kids - plus all items can easily be found in most kitchens - we painted with our colourful vinegar and then did a few great big eruptions! Love the smiles this brings. Plus Liv usually sports her periodic table bandana 🤓
🧠 Great for using our senses and increasing terminology - When vinegar and baking soda meet they react with each other. They make a gas called carbon dioxide. This gas floats away so it makes lots of bubbles as it escapes
👃🏼How does each smell? .
👅 How about a little taste? Miss A tried the vinegar and said it tasted like rotten cheese (aka gross - she has a dairy allergy)
🖐🏼 What do the bubbles feel like? We also played with each ingredient and how they felt different
👂🏼Does your potion make a sound? We listened to the little bubbles popping .
👀 And of course watched the awesome reaction and bright colours
Next we could try adding liquid dish soap — it makes your baking soda and vinegar reactions even more bubbly! 😊