When you touch the glass, you feel a slight tingling sensations which is caused by the vibrations as the electrons inside the ball hit the surface.
This chart explains how the weather cycle works and the different types of clouds.
Hurricane in the Bottle
By filling a soda bottle to the top with water and as you pour it out twirl the bottle, you create a vortex. We can learn how hurricane are formed and look.
Children are natural scientists and are inquisitive about the world around them. Physical science is classifying experiences and observing cause and effect of objects.
Looking at the human skeleton, children can see how each of our bones are connected insisde our bodies.
Marvelous Marbeling! What happens when oil, water food coloring mix? You can make marbeled paper.
Alka Selter Film Canister Rockets
What happens when you have a build-up gas? Don't answer that question! The gas in question is carbon dioxide and the explosion is nothing short of fun.
Learning about Earth, Space and other planets tie into children's everyday lives. While studying the planets, children also learn the value of caring for our world.
Bright Horizons Woodbury held an Science Fair/ Open House for all center families
Teachers Annie and Rosie help this budding scientist mix curdled milk and vinegar together. They will take the mixture home to discover what will happen.
Ivory Soap Souffle
Did you know that if you put 1/4 bar of Ivory Soap in the microwave on a paper plate and cook it for 2 minutes on the highest setting, it will expand?
Outside we give children the opportunity to discover or investigate different types of insects, snails, wind, birds, leaves, water, soil, animal habitats etc. The list is endless as they disover the wonders.
There are books about the human body and its organs and books about our senses.
The Mighty Morphin Milk!
Who knew that moo juice could be so much fun? Mix milk and vinegar together to create your own plastic and be ready to mold it into any shape you want.
Children listen and learn "why, what, and how" skunks are black and white.