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2019-2020 Educational Grants Available!

This is the Updated Grant List for the 2019-2020 School Year! Start the 2019-2020 school year off with excitement! There’s no better way to get students out of the “summer slump” and back on track than with High Touch High Tech! Looking for ways to fund your next High Touch High Tech workshop? Whether your […]

Independence Day!

  The significance of Independence Day, also known as The 4th of July, in the United States, is commemorating the Declaration of Independence of the United States on July 4, 1776.  The Continental Congress declared the the 13 American colonies were now free and independent states. On July 2, 1776 was the date that the Independence […]

    Today we honor Lucy Wills, the woman who created prenatal vitamins. Lucy Wills,  born in Birmingham, England in 1888, she studied botany and geology and received a certificate in 1911. In 1915 she enrolled in The London School of Medicine for Women and legally  became a medical practitioner in 1920, earning her bachelor […]

LIMELIGHT SCHOOL OF THE WEEK…..

  GRADE:    3rd Grade TEACHER:  Ms. DeChesere PROGRAM:  Newton in a Nutshell SCIENTIST:  Meteor Martin   This week’s LIMELIGHT SCHOOL OF THE WEEK IS……Sandy Ridge Elementary School, Durham, NC. Hello scientists!!!  I hope that everyone has had a fantastic week.   I recently had the opportunity to visit a school for the very first time […]

“LIMELIGHT SCHOOL OF THE WEEK!”

  GRADE:    5th TEACHER:  Mr. Gilewicz PROGRAM:  Meteorology Madness SCIENTIST:  Meteor Martin   Hello to all the Scientists out there!  I hope that you all had a wonderful Holiday season and an even better start to the New Year.  The New Year means it’s time for new adventures so at High Touch High Tech, we […]

Trivia Thursday

TRIVIA THURSDAY!   The Answer is: B. Metal, probably iron. Did you guess the correct one??   Because naturally-magnetized pieces of magnetite, called lodestone, will attract small pieces of iron. Today it is mined as iron ore. Small grains of magnetite occur in almost all igneous and metamorphic rocks. For experiments or information, check out our website at: ScienceMadeFun.net

Great Pumpkin Science!

Great Pumpkin Science It’s October, which means it is pumpkin time!  Pumpkins are a North American fall staple known for their bright orange hue, hard skin, and round shape.  We bake goodies, decorate with, and carve pumpkins every year, but what makes them special and how did our traditions start? Pumpkins are a cultivator of […]

2018-2019 Educational Grants

This is the Updated Grant List for the 2018-2019 School Year! Start the 2018-2019 school year off with excitement! There’s no better way to get students out of the “summer slump” and back on track than with High Touch High Tech! Looking for ways to fund your next High Touch High Tech workshop? Whether your […]

HTHT goes to CAMP COURAGE for some Science Fun!

  High Touch High Tech has been going out to Camp Courage for the past 8 years to make sure that the children have a AWESOME, hands-on, day of Science! This years theme is “Science Circus” and the HTHT scientists, along with the children had fun with bubbles, balloons, tornado tubes, bag stabs and even […]

Wild and Wonderful – Father’s of the Animal Kingdom!

  Father’s Day is a wonderful time to celebrate and honor devoted dads of every species.  Just like their human counterparts, there are some males in the animal world that play a vital role in raising and teaching their offspring.  As we prepare to sing paternal praises this Father’s Day, let us not forget that […]