In partnership with Family Strengths Network we are creating a series of videos on STEM topics. Local families can often request material kits from FSN to use for the projects. If you like what we’re doing, please consider donating to this amazing non-profit.
Create a cloud in a jar or go a step further and make it rain.
Use a magnet to bend slime to your will and watch the way suspended iron filings create crystal like growths.
Make a Sierpinski Triangle using paper and scissors.
Make a Sierpinski Triangle by programming a chaos game using the Python Turtle.
Make sugar and Borax crystals and learn about water crystals in the form of snow!
Make your own Paper Circuit Pumpkins with Los Alamos STEAM Lab on this Adventure in STEM sponsored by Family Strengths Network. We’ll learn about circuits and the flow of electricity as we experiment with our design.
In this video we use a pencils, duck tape, and some rubber bands to send our duck on an adventure through the air.
In this video we learn how to fold and airplane and attach rubber bands to make it launchable. Two designs are shown as well as ideas for experimentation.
Mini Bow and Arrows
In this video we use a popsicle stick and some cotton swabs to make a miniature bow and some arrows.