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Hear it From A HTHT Scientist

Written by: on December 18, 2017 @ 10:38 am

Recently, One of our High Touch High Tech Scientists, Jet Stream Julie, went to teach at an after school elementary program. She taught Germs Make Me Sick© science program to a group of K-3rd  graders. The purpose of this experiment is for the children to learn about those nasty little germs that make us sick and […]

Catogories: Experiments: Science Made Fun, Hear It From A Scientist
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HTHT Welcomes Our Newest Franchise in Maine!

Written by: on December 14, 2017 @ 2:44 pm

High Touch High Tech – Science Made Fun is pleased to announce our newest Franchise location! Please welcome to the HTHT Family, High Touch High Tech Maine! Genia traveled to Asheville, NC during the week of December 9th–December 14th, 2017 to complete her franchise training. Give Genia Sklute a warm welcome to the HTHT – […]

Catogories: Extra! Extra! HTHT in the News, New Franchise Location
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On the Map Monday: Snow Storm 2017

Written by: on December 11, 2017 @ 11:39 am

  One of the strongest snowfalls to hit the Western North Carolina Region, came to visit us at High Tech High Touch this weekend! There was anywhere from 8 inches to 18 inches of snow, in different areas and was considered the 15th biggest storm on record. Schools closed, Government offices shut down and companies […]

Catogories: On the Map Monday, Seasons
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Happy 50th Birthday Google Doodle!

Written by: on December 5, 2017 @ 9:30 am

  Have you ever had to solve a puzzle using a secret code? On December 4th, 2017 the homepage showcased a “doodle” that celebrated 50 years since children programming and coding languages were first displayed to everyone, worldwide! To celebrate “computer science education week” the ‘Google Doodle’ team and researchers from MIT created the first ever kids focused coding […]

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Catogories: Experiments: Science Made Fun
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Turning up the Heat!

Written by: on November 27, 2017 @ 12:28 pm

As the temperature drops, the coats and scarves come out and you probably barely think about heat -unless you leave your coat behind!  Have you ever wondered about how we keep the heat or why we need it? Or how animals and humans differ? What would you need to survive in the extreme cold? All […]

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Catogories: E-News HTHT
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What will your “little turkeys” be doing this Thanksgiving break? HTHT has a few suggestions…..

Written by: on November 22, 2017 @ 12:31 pm

Is everyone looking forward to the long holiday weekend? The leaves are changing, the temperature is dropping, food is smelling and tasting fantastic. Also……the kiddos are out of school. It is nice to spend time with relatives, eat amazing foods, do a little shopping, and watch some football. But what about the kids?  It can […]

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Catogories: Experiments: Science Made Fun, Uncategorized
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Fall into Hibernation With Fun Science!

Written by: on August 23, 2017 @ 2:30 pm

Beautiful leaves, fruitful harvests, and cooler weather are all things we think of when we picture fall.  It is a transitional time from the sweltering summer months to the frigid winter months.  For many creatures, fall is also a transitional time when they prep for hibernation. What exactly is hibernation? Bears snoozing in a den […]

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Catogories: E-News HTHT
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Company Summer Picnic June 2017

Written by: on July 20, 2017 @ 9:23 am

Recently, Science Made Fun of the San Francisco Bay Area, FROSCH Global Conferences and Events of Burlingame, CA came together to provide exciting, hands-on science activities at the Summer picnic for employees and families of a local company. Science Made Fun SFBA shared a tent, named Cheers to Science, with Ron the Python man.  The […]

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Catogories: Extra! Extra! HTHT in the News
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Giant Antarctica Iceberg Breaks Away

Written by: on July 13, 2017 @ 4:32 pm

In a recent post by CNN, a massive iceberg weighing more than one trillion tons has broken away from western Antarctica on Wednesday, July 12 2017. The break happened on the Larsen C ice shelf. Experts confirmed via satellite that the shelf had broken away.  Scientists believe the iceberg has a volume twice that of Lake […]

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Catogories: Hot Topics: Science in the News
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