Looking for a hands-on activity to excite your students about learning electricity? We have just the thing in this CoolStuff blog post!
Learn how you can combine interaction with a big visual to demonstrate a big picture concept like friction. We've got you covered with this friction fun lesson!
Teaching projectile motion and want to incorporate a visceral thrill? In this post, we've got some fun activities that help explain the forces involved in rocket flight.
One of the most common questions asked by students is "Why is the sky blue?" or "Why is the Sun yellow?" The answer is found by understanding color science concepts and some basics of color addition.
What exactly is polarized light? How does light become polarized? What are some practical uses of polarized light? Let us explain in this CoolStuff blog post along with lesson ideas.
Fluids are abundant and possess a variety of properties that can excite the mind. Read this CoolStuff post to find 7 demonstrations about the abilities of fluids that will liven up the classroom.
Take a look at some exploratory activities using shadows that can be used to introduce geometrical optics and demonstrate applications of shadows in perception and the visual arts in this post!
The sky offers a wide variety of stunning optical effects that are the result of the interaction of light with particles in the atmosphere. In this post, let's examine examples of atmospheric optical phenomena.
Each new school year offers endless possibilities to captivate your students from the start. Follow these activities that are intended to aid the understanding of the myriad phenomena that surround them.
Learn how to make an interactive spectra of light demo by creating three types of CD-R spectroscopes that are inexpensive and easy to construct.
Make science the "treat" this Halloween with these exhibits that are sure to be eerie.
Use familiar household items to poke, prod, pour, and lay with matter in these five amusing activities