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Bigshot : A Camera for Education
Bigshot : A Camera for Education
NOT a TOY but couldn't resist mentioning it here.
The enormous appeal of the camera can be used to turn it into a compelling tool for learning.
We believe that a camera designed for education must have three features.
First, it should be designed as a kit for assembly putting the kit together should expose the user to a wide range of science concepts.
Second, it should include features that cannot be found in other cameras, allowing the user to explore new creative dimensions.
Finally, it should be low-cost, making it accessible to the less privileged.
Bigshot has been designed with these goals in mind. There is another important feature that sets Bigshot apart from virtually all educational kits once you have built it, it is a fully functioning digital camera that you can use everyday!

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The Science Club Information Page
The Science Club Information Page
The Junior High Science Club was organized to provide year round opportunities for students to explore science. Our science club consists of 6th through 8th grade students - gifted to special education! Each month, members participate in an activity, project, or volunteer activity related to science. At the end of each year, a Science Festival is planned for all members who have participated in at least half of the events.
Each month students (6th - 8th grades) have the chance to compete against each other in science related events. Many of these events challenge them to create a device that will accomplish a specific task, such as to protect an egg from breaking in the Egg Drop (pdf) or projects from the Junk Box Wars. Science Club members also help with the Nature Center garden each spring and have the opportunity to participate in various projects in the community, such as Eagle Days, Bug Hunt, and cleanup days.
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Salters Chemistry Club Handbook.
Salters Chemistry Club Handbook.
British Association for the Advancement of Science (BA) ... gives advice and small grants for schools organising School Science Fairs and provides access to ...
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The Science Club
Since 1987, The Science Club has been bringing science to life for over one million elementary school children, teachers, and parents. The Science Club fuels the wonder and joy of learning, through school assemblies, parent and teacher workshops, television, video, and print.
The Science Club has also designed programs for museums, agencies, and educational organizations.
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Kinetic City: Mission to Vearth (Science Club Scheme)
Welcome to Kinetic City: Mission to Vearth, the after-school standards-based science program in which kids complete activities in conjunction with a dynamic website.
The Kinetic City Super Crew needs your kids' help to save their virtual world of Vearth from the science-distorting computer virus, Deep Delete.
The kids in your program will work together to perform engaging and educational science activities, and then download their data to the Super Crew (Keisha, Curtis, Megan and Max) to help repair their world. Then, your kids will go on an exciting Mission To Vearth adventure, earning Kinetic City Power Points as they use their knowledge to battle Deep Delete.
The Kinetic City after school program provides kids in grades 3 through 5 a fun, entertaining way to learn standards-based science. It is the ideal combination of technology and hands-on collaboration. Each Kinetic City Club accommodates up to 30 children
FREE ... ask for a starters kit to be sent to you. (your school)
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