Posts Tagged ‘HTHT’



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 […]

“Meteor Martin” Lets Hear It From A Scientist!

Lesson Plan of the Week   Hello Scientists, before we get started on this week’s topic, I wanted to take a second to share with you a great moment that I had at Lafayette Elementary School this past week.  I arrived on campus and was walking into the school when one of the teachers standing […]

“Meteor Martin” Lets Hear It From A Scientist!

“Meteor Martin” Lets Hear It From A Scientist!     Hello Scientists, this is “Meteor” Martin and I hope that everyone had a safe and wonderful Thanksgiving.  The past week has been loaded with fun and exciting lessons which included; Cosmic Capers, Invisible Forces, Mystery Science, DNA is Here to Stay, Edison’s Workshop, Forced to […]

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

Think About It Thursday….

     Why Do Leaves Fall Off Trees? During that process, the trees lose a lot of water – so much water that when winter arrives, the trees are no longer able to get enough water to replace it. And so now we know. Leaves fall—or are pushed—off trees so that the tree can survive the winter and grow new leaves in the spring […]

Now You See Me, Now You Don’t!

Now you see me; now you don’t! Who doesn’t love a good game of hide and seek? Hide and seek happens in nature through adaptations known as camouflage and mimicry. Most of these adaptations have developed over time.  Members of the species who used camouflage or mimicry were more likely to survive so more and […]

The World’s Largest Crocodile!

  The tiny town of Bundawan isn’t exactly a tourist mecca for the Philippines, but they’re doing their best to develop attractions.  The first thing on Bunawan’s list of things to see?  A 6.2 meter (20 foot) long, 1-ton crocodile that is believed to be the largest crocodile in the world.  The world’s largest crocodile […]

Mr. Sonic Shares The Wonder of Butterflies to Students Across San Antonio

  Image Source: Pixabay.com High Touch High Tech of San Antonio shares the wonder of butterflies in the most recent Write On Imagination Magazine. Write On Imagination is a quarterly magazine published for kids by kids. It is a free publication, distributed all across San Antonio & surrounding areas to elementary students in grades K-5. The October issue of Write […]

ScienceMadeFunKids Announces the “Name That Site” Contest!

Hey Parents, Teachers & Kids – We need your help! The NEW premier section of ScienceMadeFunKids is looking for an exciting & compelling name! The new section will debut in 2012 & offer amazing and engaging activities where science & imagination collide! If your entry is chosen you could win one of these exciting prizes: […]

High Touch High Tech of WNC Sponsors Asheville City Schools Foundation “2011 Celebration of Champions”

  High Touch High Tech is a generous sponsor to the Celebration of Champions for Asheville City Schools on November 6. Dan Shaw, founder and CEO, recognizes the value and importance of the teacher’s role and creating the next generation of scientists. High Touch High Tech is sposoring to provide all of the ACS Science […]