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Students participate in a model glider competition as part of a festival featuring the glider pilots of WWII. Explore gliders during WWII, components of gliders, and fundamental principles of flight.
While camping, students must utilize the sun’s energy to cook two dishes in a solar cooker. Explore three different types of solar cookers which leads them to designing, building, and testing their own cooker.
Students are challenged to build edible racecars. Explore nutrition related foods used to create the cars. The module culminates in a competition to see which teams had the best design and performing cars.
Students are preparing for a fact finding mission where they will be sending a drone to a new planet to collect data. They will use the LEGO EV3 platform for simulating the mission.
Students will build a toothpick and marshmallow structure that must withstand two different tests on a gelatin shake table. Explore vibrations, earthquakes, and sound.
Students will design a vessel around an egg that represents the protective gear a stunt-person may wear when jumping from a building. Explore topics on gravity, velocity, Newton’s Laws of Motion, mass, weight, force, and acceleration.
Students are given a scenario where a cyber attack has shut down the nation’s electrical grid. Explore concepts of atoms, electrons, conductors, insulators, power sources, chemical energy, electrical energy, electrochemical cells, anodes, cathodes, ions, anions, cations, voltaic pile, voltage, and circuitry.
A scientific think tank is running simulations of adaptations resulting from near-Earth asteroid disturbances. Explore concepts of biological classification, taxonomic ranks of animals, animal adaptations, evolution, and hierarchy on the food chain.
Students are part of a research development team that has been assigned to create a program used to unlock a safe that holds confidential documents. The safe will be programmed to unlock only when certain musical notes are played simultaneously.
Students are roller coaster engineers hired to design a roller coaster that includes at least one loop, one wide turn, and one sharp turn. Explore concepts of gravity, velocity, acceleration, Newton’s First Law of Motion, friction, and the history of roller coasters.
Students work to develop a safety plan for a village located near a volcano. Explore classifications and components of volcanoes, eruption categories, acids, bases, and pH scale.
The micro:bit CLUB is a class pack, with 10 each of micro:bit modules, battery packs with batteries, and USB cables, in bulk packaging.