Cabbage, Berries, and pH?

Cabbage, Berries, and pH?

Wondering what these fruits and veggies could possibly have to do with pH? You can actually use them as indicators to test the pH of a solution. Get the steps and give it a try with your students today! http://bit.ly/1xNYrJ8
How Do Animals Survive the Winter?

How Do Animals Survive the Winter?

Done with the frigid cold temperatures? Counting down the days until spring? If you find winter unbearable, the good news is, you aren’t the only one! Animals have to make it through this season too. Read on to learn from them how it’s...
50 Things Science Still Can’t Explain

50 Things Science Still Can’t Explain

Some things even science can’t explain, like the 50 things in this video… http://www.fromquarkstoquasars.com/2-minute-video-showing-50-things-science-still-cant-explain/
Leaders who Inspire Schools to Aim Higher

Leaders who Inspire Schools to Aim Higher

“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more, and become more, you are a leader.” –John Quincy Adams Check out the “Leaders to Learn From” report, compiled by Education Week, to see who’s leading the way in education...
‘Tis the Season for Science

‘Tis the Season for Science

Why Should Jack Frost Get to Have all the Fun? Learn how to grow a snowflake with borax crystals! http://chemistry.about.com/cs/howtos/ht/boraxsnowflake.htm O Chemis-tree, O Chemis-tree… See how the Chemistry World is decking the halls this holiday...
The Science Behind Snowflakes

The Science Behind Snowflakes

Winter isn’t winter without snowflakes. We all love watching them fall, and then of course there’s the fun of catching them with your tongue. But just how are these snowflakes formed, and why are no two exactly alike? Find out what makes snowflakes so special and you’ll never see...