Hi everybody! This week's STEM activity is on buoyancy. You can do this activity with the directions below or follow along with Ms. Sarah in the video.
Hi friends! This week's STEM activity is paper bridges! You can craft your own paper bridge by following along with Ms. Sarah in the video or following the directions below!
Hey there friends! Here's another fun STEM activity on Centripetal force! You can follow along with Ms. Sarah in the video, or you can follow the directions below.
Hi friends! Here's another fun STEM activity on force!
Just like the last video, you can follow along with Ms. Sarah in the video or you can follow the directions below.
Hi friends! In honor of opening week at the museum, here is a fun STEM activity you can do at home on static electricity!
You can follow along with Ms. Sarah Burton in the video (who you may remember from the summer), or you can follow the directions below.
I hope you were able to join us for today's storytime, A Ride to Remember: A Civil Rights Story by Sharon Langley and Amy Nathan with pictures by Floyd Cooper. It really is one of my favorite carrousel stories!
This months activity is valentines!
I made some Valentines for you to print and use featuring some of your favorite carousel animals! One page is black and white so you can color your valentines and the other one is in color. Have fun, friends!
Happy Computer Science Education Week!
Thank you for joining us for T'was the Night before Christmas!
I hope you enjoyed this classic Christmas story! My family and I like to read this story on Christmas Eve before we go to bed. Does your family every read this story?
Today's Activity: Christmas Lists
Since Christmas is only 22 days away I thought this month's activity should be writing out our Christmas List to make sure Santa gets them in time! You can write your own letter or use this Santa approved downloadable template!
I have great news! Our museum mailbox takes letters directly to Santa! Just don't forget your return address. Santa may know EXACTLY where you are on Christmas Eve, but he needs help using the post office!
Thank you, Ms. Dru, for reading Groovy Joe Ice Cream & Dinosaurs
This fun story really made me want some ice cream that I could share with my friends! For today's STEM activity we are going to make ice cream!
Thank you, Ms. Julie, for reading Trains run!
For today's STEM activity we are going to build train wheels!
The train wheels connected at the top of the cup worked better! Train wheels are bigger on the inside, so if a train shifts to the left or right the diameter (how big the wheel is) can change. The axle connecting the wheels spin the wheels at the same speed, but the distance each wheel travels can change. Having train wheels bigger in the middle helps to keep the train on the track and everyone on the train safe!
Carrousel Courier Jr.
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