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Students will design and build a new board game that will include at least three electrical components. Apply knowledge of atoms, current, voltage, resistance, elements, proportions, volume, and electrical components.
Students will create specific eukaryotic cells using various everyday objects. Apply concepts of cellular biology, eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells, and organelles.
Students will work to construct a harp and decipher messages coded in sheet music. Apply cryptography to create and decipher codes using entry level decoding devices that are founded on the principles of music.
Students will present a business plan and create a scale model of a roller coaster using restrictions associated with different lots of land. Apply concepts of potential energy, kinetic energy, centripetal force, inertia, and surface area.
Students are movie set designers tasked with building a small scale replica of a volcano. Apply concepts of proportions, circumference, topography, acids, and bases.
A fully hands-on robotics kit provides students countless opportunities to explore and create meaningful projects. The Boe-Bot Kit is used with the Cyber Science, Cyber Literacy, Cyber Literacy II, and Physics curricula. Boe-Bots are a great learning platform for exploring the world of cyber, electronics and entry-level programming.
The NICERC Cyber Literacy II Supply Kit is provided for use with the NICERC Cyber Literacy II Curriculum.
The NICERC Cyber Literacy Supply Kit is provided for use with the NICERC Cyber Literacy Curriculum.
The NICERC Cyber Science Supply Kit is provided for use with the NICERC Cyber Science Curriculum.
Students decide to compete in the Google Lunar XPRIZE® that challenges non-government entities to safely land a rocket on the moon. To better understand the principles of a rocket, students start their process with a model-sized replica of their design in form of a water-fueled bottle rocket.
The planet is in the process of being colonized and your team is responsible for strategically placing its citizens and resources. Discover research energy sources and run simulations representing multiple years for each of their potential layouts.
Create a miniature parade float powered by rubber bands with a theme of “Rainforests Around the World.” Discover elastic, potential, and kinetic energies, and impact of wheel size on travel distance.