Posts Tagged ‘experiments’



Limelight School of the Week….

    GRADE:  4th Grade TEACHER:  Ms. Coleman  PROGRAM:  “Jurassic Classic” SCIENTIST:  Meteor Martin   This week’s LIMELIGHT SCHOOL OF THE WEEK IS……Pleasant Union Elementary School, Raleigh, NC.   Hello Scientists!!!  This week was packed full of fun and amazing lessons covering a wide variety of topics.  The list included: having fun with sound, learning about […]

LIMELIGHT SCHOOL OF THE WEEK….

  GRADE:    3rd Grade TEACHER:  Ms. Williams PROGRAM:  Newton in a Nutshell SCIENTIST:  Meteor Martin   This week’s LIMELIGHT SCHOOL OF THE WEEK IS……Long Mill Elementary School in Youngsville, NC Hello Scientists, before I get into some detail about our Limelight school of the week, I wanted to tell everyone about a funny and […]

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Bumblebees

  Bumblebees are a large and fuzzy insects and they are the most important pollinators in the echo system. We depend on these pollinators to transfer pollen between male and female flower parts. Their wing beating combined with their large bodies vibrates flowers until they release pollen, which is called buzz pollination. Buzz pollination helps plants […]

Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving   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 children are out of school. While the adults are cooking, watching football or shopping here are some FUN things for the children to do!     13 Family […]

A Scientists Week at HTHT

Hello scientists, this is Meteor Martin and I am going to discuss our lessons for the week of Nov. 5th, 2018.  First, we had Kindergartner’s work on Weather Wizards.  Next some 3rd graders loved The Body Shop and finally we studied ecosystems with 5th graders and went on an Eco Safari.   For Weather Wizards, […]

Halloween

What is the real meaning of Halloween? Halloween was originated with the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain, when people would light bonfires and wear costumes to ward off ghosts. … The evening before was known as All Hallows Eve, and later Halloween. Who started Halloween? Halloween began as the festival of Samhain. It was part of […]

Word Of The Week….

The word of the week is: SHADOW The definition of a shadow is: a dark area or shape produced by a body coming between rays of light and a surface. The Science Experiment is: Make a Sun Dial Now, we have a word of the week, a definition of the word of the week, and we […]

FUN FACT FRIDAY

Did you know that an egg looks like a crazy jellyfish underwater? A cracked egg on land might make a big mess, 60 feet below the surface of the ocean, the pressure on the egg is 2.8 times atmospheric pressure, and it holds it all together like an invisible egg shell.

Fun Fact Friday!

  Space– Space is the boundless three-dimensional extent in which objects and events have relative position and direction. There are many things we don’t know or understand about space. So, we are going to give you a few fun facts! You can also check out of Fun Fact Friday website for more fun facts! https://sciencemadefun.net/blog/category/fun-fact-friday/ Then, go […]

FUN Science with Halloween Candy!

Check out our updated list of spooky science Halloween Activities here!  Worried about having too much Halloween candy laying around? Here’s a little science you can do with your kids’ haul—or your own! Chances are if you’ve got kids they’re going to want to go trick-or-treating. This means they’ll end up loaded with way more […]