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Thursday, June 09, 2011

Incorporate some Science in your Classes?

Robert Krampf's Experiment of the Week
Penny Chemistry, part 1

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This Week's Experiment: Penny Chemistry, part 1
Greetings from our home at the beach.  My trip to Mississippi went wonderfully, but there was a noticeable lack of internet access.  It was great to see my nephew and his girl friend, and delightful to have a surprise visit from my brother too.  
The long drive gave me plenty of thinking time, which will lead to some big changes on The Happy Scientist website.  I have started working to organize the experiments and videos into curriculum units, to make it even easier for you to explore the science.  Don't worry, you will still be able to use the site just as you do now, but in the near future you will also have the option for a more organized approach.
This week's experiment is a classic, but one that has hidden potential for taking it much further.  This activity will be the start of several experiments to let us peek into the world of chemistry.
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Have a wonder-filled week.
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