Posts Tagged ‘K-5 science’



Watch The Polar Bear Migration LIVE!

  In the harsh, remote wilds of the Canadian tundra, a wolverine scampers up to a polar bear snoozing near the shore of the Hudson Bay. The bear rises and makes a half-hearted charge, driving away the fierce, badger-like animal. The brief encounter Thursday was streamed live to computers around the world through a new […]

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: […]

HTHT of Oakland County, Michigan – “Science Made Fun” Camps Offer Kids A “Stay-cation”

Last week, High Touch High Tech of Oakland County, Michigan gave the students in Birmingham Schools a FUN option for their mid-winter break. While some kids left town for a vacation, the ones that didn’t  enjoyed a hands-on science “stay-cation.” Students from all over the Birmingham School district gathered at Berkshire Middle School for High […]