After your Pi Pie today, get in the mood for St. Patrick's day fun with a colorful milk and soap rainbow activity at home this weekend. We've got the easy steps and the #science explanation behind this fun family experiment. Send us some pictures of the rainbow your kids create!
"Teachers who Pin: Teachers Find Support and Inspiration for Science Education at Pinterest": this 5th grade teacher is using Pinterest to help with classroom science and math planning! Are you? #STEM
Why is it sometimes hard to knock over all the bottles in a carnival game and take home the giant prize? Put it to the test in a great classroom, family, or student #science experiment! #STEM+Scientific American
"Turning Science Fair Project Turmoil on Its Head": Do you (or your students' parents) look at the science fair project as a source of family turmoil? We need to change the perspective so that hands-on #science projects are a positive experience for everyone. We have suggestions to smooth the science project process for families--and resources to help teachers keep the science project from being just a take-home assignment. #STEM
What does tilt and axis have to do with the seasons? A simple hands-on science experiment can help you and your students better understand the relationship between the tilt of the Earth, light from the Sun, and the seasons. #STEM+Scientific American
Galactic hangout starts shortly -- tune in with Sam Branson and Will Pomerantz as they answer the "Why go to space" question. It's a "Field Trip Friday" hangout from +Google Science Fair and Virgin Galactic.
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