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Figure 14. View of armature attached to shaking platform and aluminum disk. Note twist in armature for strength. Figure 15. Assembled shake table with Popsicle stick building. Note c-clamp securing the table to the table upon which it rests. Figure 16. Opposite view of shake table

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  • Set Your Table for a Sweet and Sticky Earthquake
    Set Your Table for a Sweet and Sticky Earthquake

    Nov 20, 2020 Nov 20, 2020 A shake table is used to create motion with which you can test your sugar cube houses' response to shaking. For your shake table, you will try to imitate the pushing-and-pulling P-waves. Figure 3 shows the components of the shake table and how it is assembled

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  • Shake It Up! Engineering for Seismic Waves - Activity
    Shake It Up! Engineering for Seismic Waves - Activity

    Sep 10, 2021 shake table: A device for shaking structural models or building components. The movement simulates the ground motions of earthquakes. Also called a shaking table. simulation: Imitating the behavior of some situation or process, especially for the purpose of study or experimental testing

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  • Teacher Tip: Simulate an Earthquake with Easy-to
    Teacher Tip: Simulate an Earthquake with Easy-to

    Teacher Tip: Simulate an Earthquake with Easy-to-Make “Shake Table”. This engineering teacher tip is for educators who use Engineering Adventures, our curriculum for learners in grades 3-5 in out-of-school settings like afterschool and camp—specifically the unit Shake Things Up: Engineering Earthquake-Resistant Buildings

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  • Make Your Own Seismograph | STEM Activity
    Make Your Own Seismograph | STEM Activity

    Jun 18, 2019 Unfold the paper and cut along the folds to form four equal-sized strips. Tape the strips of paper together end to end, to form one long strip. If you have a long printed receipt, you can skip this step. Cut two slits on opposite sides of the cardboard box, as close as possible to the bottom edge

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  • Milk Science Experiment~fun for young kids too - FSPDT
    Milk Science Experiment~fun for young kids too - FSPDT

    Pour milk in a plate. Add food coloring close to the center (big brother squeezed it out on the side). For fun we added a little glitter too. Now put a little soap on a q-tip. Touch the q-tip in the center of the plate and watch as the colors spread out. We thought it was so neat how the colors swirled around the milk

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  • FREE Science Printable Experiment Instructions
    FREE Science Printable Experiment Instructions

    I’ve been busy collating all my science resources into one place so they are easy to find. I’ve now got quite a few printable science worksheets, eBooks and science experiment instructions available, but if there’s anything you’d like that’s not below, let me know and I’ll happily create them for you!. I’ve also got a FREE Super Scientist certificate you can download as a reward

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  • Printable Kids Science Worksheets for Science
    Printable Kids Science Worksheets for Science

    When your kids are ready to extend a science experiment, try these free printable kids science worksheets! I know my son has started enjoying his new found writing and reading skills and actually enjoys recording information and drawing pictures. Up until now, we have just been enjoying simple science activities with a fun conversation about what was happening

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  • Kids Science Experiments | Science Experiments for
    Kids Science Experiments | Science Experiments for

    Science Experiments for Kids: Science experiments you can do at home! Click on the experiment image or the view experiment link below for each experiment on this page to see the materials needed and procedure. Have fun trying these experiments at home or use them for SCIENCE FAIR PROJECT IDEAS

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  • Making Butter Science Experiment with FREE Worksheet
    Making Butter Science Experiment with FREE Worksheet

    Looking for a fun, practical kitchen science experiment?Your kids are going to love making homemade butter with this making butter science experiment. Try this butter in a jar experiment for preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd graders. Kids will have fun learning about the science behind this science project.Plus don’t forget to grab the free making butter

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  • Teacher Tip: Simulate an Earthquake with Easy-to-Make
    Teacher Tip: Simulate an Earthquake with Easy-to-Make

    This engineering teacher tip is for educators who use Engineering Adventures, our curriculum for learners in grades 3-5 in out-of-school settings like afterschool and camp—specifically the unit Shake Things Up: Engineering Earthquake-Resistant Buildings.This unit introduces kids to the devastating earthquake that hit Haiti in 2010; the challenge is to engineer a model building that can

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  • 101 Rhythm Instrument Activities for Young Children
    101 Rhythm Instrument Activities for Young Children

    101 R HYTHM INSTRUMENT ACTIVITIES FOR YOUNG CHILDREN 7 Introduction As soon as babies are able to hold objects, they start to bang them, shake them, and throw them on the floor. They do this to learn about their bodies’ capabilities, to explore

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  • FREE Science Printable Experiment Instructions - Science
    FREE Science Printable Experiment Instructions - Science

    I’ve been busy collating all my science resources into one place so they are easy to find. I’ve now got quite a few printable science worksheets, eBooks and science experiment instructions available, but if there’s anything you’d like that’s not below, let me know and I’ll happily create them for you!. I’ve also got a FREE Super Scientist certificate you can download as a reward

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  • Printable Kids Science Worksheets for Science Experiments
    Printable Kids Science Worksheets for Science Experiments

    When your kids are ready to extend a science experiment, try these free printable kids science worksheets! I know my son has started enjoying his new found writing and reading skills and actually enjoys recording information and drawing pictures. Up until now, we have just been enjoying simple science activities with a fun conversation about what was happening

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  • Worksheets for Kids & Free Printables
    Worksheets for Kids & Free Printables

    Free Worksheets and Printables for Kids Whether your child needs a little math boost or is interested in learning more about the solar system, our free worksheets and printable

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  • Soil-net.com Activity: The Jam-Jar Experiment
    Soil-net.com Activity: The Jam-Jar Experiment

    The Jam Jar experiment helps you to understand what the proportions of these are for the soil you work with. You should try this experiment with soils from different areas and compare the results to see how soils vary. Try it also with the soils you get in bags from garden centres for

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  • Free Worksheets for Kids | K5 Learning
    Free Worksheets for Kids | K5 Learning

    Buy Workbook. Download & Print. From Only $1.29. What is K5? K5 Learning offers free worksheets, flashcards and inexpensive workbooks for kids in kindergarten to grade 5. We help your children build good study habits and excel in school

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  • Easy Erosion Experiment for Kids ⋆ Sugar, Spice and Glitter
    Easy Erosion Experiment for Kids ⋆ Sugar, Spice and Glitter

    Hands-on science experiments are one of our favourite rainy day activities. This week Marie set up an easy erosion experiment for kids that had the double bonus of using up some leftover candy we had kicking around the kitchen!. My parents are the worst for sneaking candies and lollipops into my daughter’s coat pockets whenever they take her out for lunch or we have a family get-together

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  • DIY Soda Explosion | Scholastic | Parents - Books for Kids
    DIY Soda Explosion | Scholastic | Parents - Books for Kids

    Sep 03, 2016 Sep 03, 2016 Kids love watching (and doing) this fun, easy chemical reaction that combines two delicious ingredients to create a geyser of carbon dioxide bubbles. Hint: This is definitely an outdoor experiment — it can get messy. Eye protection is recommended. Pick up some extra Mentos and Diet Coke, since your kids will want to do it again and again

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