In this CoolStuff blog post, Bridgette Sparks of Saline High School in Michigan talks about the high-pressure environment she has created in her classroom! Well, at least with the subject matter!
What happens when you hang an air-filled balloon from the ceiling of the van and attach a helium-filled balloon to the floor of the van and turn the van left? Then turn right? Find out in this post.
Watch as Dr. Joel Bryan from Ball State University shows you how your students can explore relative velocity (speed) with our Constant Velocity Car (Carts).
The Resonance Bowl dates back to the Han Dynasty (202 BC - AD 9) making this an ancient, but still highly effective, way to discuss and demonstrate standing waves.
Enjoy this cool video of Duke students running and stomping on the non-Newtonian fluid "oobleck".
Take advantage of the sweetie-filled holiday to capture your students attention and teach some physics in the process.
Spin this top once, and it will run for…. well quite a while. But how does it work? Let us explain in this post.
Here are our favorite products to help expand on the properties of light in your classroom.
Get excited to demonstrate the fundamentals of electricity while showcasing devices that most students have never seen in this CoolStuff post.
Witness the Pendulum Waves' potential to provide students an opportunity to look deeply into the conceptual nature of transverse waves and strengthen their critical thinking skills.
Joe Spaccavento shares an interesting presentation that incites awe for the scale of the world.
The Fun Fly Stick is a must-have for electrostatics experiments. Simply turn on the levitation wand and try some of the 11 electrostatic experiments in this post!