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Water Fountain

Students discuss water fountains and pumps. Student teams then observe a demonstration of a hydraulic pump. Next they will design, build, test, and redesign their own unique water fountain.

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AGE LEVELS:

10 - 18

CATEGORIES:

Energy, Engineering Design, Motion and Forces

Water Rocket Launch

Students explore how engineers have developed rockets over the years, and learn about the principals of rocketry.

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Water Tower Challenge

Students explore how engineers have solved societal problems such as water delivery and storage.

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Waterproof that Roof!

Students work to design, build, and test a roofing system that will keep the contents of a box dry during a classroom "rainstorm."

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What is a Nanometer?

Students learn how working at the nanoscale requires scientists and engineers to work at a much smaller scale. Students measure common classroom objects and convert the measurement to nanometers.

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Wind Tunnel Testing

Students learn how products such as airplanes, cars and trucks are tested in wind tunnels.

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Working with Watermills

Students learn how watermills have been used throughout the ages to harness the power of water.

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Working with Wind Energy

Students learn about wind energy and equipment used for both site testing and the conversion of wind to energy.

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