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Bu güne ait "bir süpriz" sevgili ♥ acur bey🥒 yapmış:))
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Sen ne ara büyüdünde çıtır çıtır yenecek kıvama geldin bilemedim:)
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Nohutlar, biber, domates ve patatesler ise cabası...
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Tarık beyn kulakları çınlasın.. Bu güzelim çıtır acur kendisini dikip sulayan sahibini bekliyor. Hemen gelip beni yesin diyor :))
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Hayata dair ufak heyecanlar yine butik bahçemizden :)
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Çalışmaları beğenerek 😍ve sevdiklerinizi davet ederek👾 bizlere destek olabilirsiniz💥
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#butikfen  #fen #science #scienteacher #sciencefairproject #scienceillustration #scienceclass #fenheryerde @ziyaselcukprofdr #scienceisfun #scienceiscool #deney #fenbilimleri #fenöğretmeni #bilim #fenci #fenbilgisi #teknik #etkinlik #öğrenci #student
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Bu güne ait "bir süpriz" sevgili ♥ acur bey🥒 yapmış:))
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Sen ne ara büyüdünde çıtır çıtır yenecek kıvama geldin bilemedim:)
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Nohutlar, biber, domates ve patatesler ise cabası...
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Tarık beyn kulakları çınlasın.. Bu güzelim çıtır acur kendisini dikip sulayan sahibini bekliyor. Hemen gelip beni yesin diyor :))
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Hayata dair ufak heyecanlar yine butik bahçemizden :)
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💓 💓 💓 💓
Çalışmaları beğenerek 😍ve sevdiklerinizi davet ederek👾 bizlere destek olabilirsiniz💥
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#butikfen #fen #science #scienteacher #sciencefairproject #scienceillustration #scienceclass #fenheryerde @ziyaselcukprofdr #scienceisfun #scienceiscool #deney #fenbilimleri #fenöğretmeni #bilim #fenci #fenbilgisi #teknik #etkinlik #öğrenci #student
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Can you make ice cream in a bag without a freezer ? Of course yes, with science superpowers! 
If you look the first video (swipe) you might notice that I put the little bags with the ingredients (milk and sugar) in a second bag with salt and ice. The salt lowers the freezing point of the water and forces the ice to melt; this requires energy that is taken from the surroundings. In fact we will observe a drop in temperature at about -7 (that is why I wear the glove).
This temperature is cold enough to freeze the ice cream. 
Remember to shake it for 10 mins: that will make the cream in the bag to mix evenly during the process with much better results. 
Second video: my results!
@Seccia_dolcezze_napoletane I think I am ready to come and work for you 😂
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#chemistry #biology #physics #scientist #science #schoolscience #scienceducation #womeninscience #womendoingscience #scienceisfun  #instascience 
#labtechnician #womeninstem #stem #stemeducation #womentransformingscience #techniciansofinstagram #primaryscience #primaryeducation
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Can you make ice cream in a bag without a freezer ? Of course yes, with science superpowers!
If you look the first video (swipe) you might notice that I put the little bags with the ingredients (milk and sugar) in a second bag with salt and ice. The salt lowers the freezing point of the water and forces the ice to melt; this requires energy that is taken from the surroundings. In fact we will observe a drop in temperature at about -7 (that is why I wear the glove).
This temperature is cold enough to freeze the ice cream. 
Remember to shake it for 10 mins: that will make the cream in the bag to mix evenly during the process with much better results.
Second video: my results!
@Seccia_dolcezze_napoletane I think I am ready to come and work for you 😂
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#chemistry #biology #physics #scientist #science #schoolscience #scienceducation #womeninscience #womendoingscience #scienceisfun #instascience
#labtechnician #womeninstem #stem #stemeducation #womentransformingscience #techniciansofinstagram #primaryscience #primaryeducation
"Few things bother Nell Freudenberger more than the way girls and women are still so often held back from studying science. For her new novel, Lost and Wanted, which follows Helen, an eminent theoretical physicist and single mother, as she mourns the death of her closest friend, Freudenberger set out to teach herself as much physics as she could. ⠀
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Growing up in New York City, she was, like so many other young women, encouraged to believe she didn’t “have the right kind of brain for it”. After doing badly in a math test in her teens, she was told by a teacher that she might as well quit, and by the time she reached Harvard, hoping to study medicine, she was so far behind that 'I couldn’t even take a remedial math class'.⠀
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She hopes her own two children will keep going with maths, 'especially my daughter', but fears they won’t. 'It breaks my heart,' she says of the new book, 'to see people on social media, especially women, saying: ‘I’d like to read this book but I’m a little intimidated, it sounds like it might be hard.’ Please give it a chance. It doesn’t have to be my book; you can read any of the books in the acknowledgments, just read one and prove to yourself that you can understand it. Someone has told you you can’t.'"⠀
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#GiveGirlsRoleModels #STEMGems #WomenInSTEM
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"Few things bother Nell Freudenberger more than the way girls and women are still so often held back from studying science. For her new novel, Lost and Wanted, which follows Helen, an eminent theoretical physicist and single mother, as she mourns the death of her closest friend, Freudenberger set out to teach herself as much physics as she could. ⠀

Growing up in New York City, she was, like so many other young women, encouraged to believe she didn’t “have the right kind of brain for it”. After doing badly in a math test in her teens, she was told by a teacher that she might as well quit, and by the time she reached Harvard, hoping to study medicine, she was so far behind that 'I couldn’t even take a remedial math class'.⠀

She hopes her own two children will keep going with maths, 'especially my daughter', but fears they won’t. 'It breaks my heart,' she says of the new book, 'to see people on social media, especially women, saying: ‘I’d like to read this book but I’m a little intimidated, it sounds like it might be hard.’ Please give it a chance. It doesn’t have to be my book; you can read any of the books in the acknowledgments, just read one and prove to yourself that you can understand it. Someone has told you you can’t.'"⠀

#GiveGirlsRoleModels #STEMGems #WomenInSTEM
Belajar Sains dengan Yayasan Hidung Merah selalu menyenangkan dan mengasyikkan!  siswa level 1 mempelajari fase bulan yang terlihat dari Bumi. Mereka mempelajari fase-fase tersebut dengan mengelupas krim dalam beberapa biskuit dan menyusunnya menyerupai siklus rotasi bulan. Sementara itu, siswa level 3 belajar tentang lapisan tanah dengan menumpuk makanan ringan di dalam gelas plastik. Tiap lapisan makanan ringan mewakili lapisan tanah dan batuan yang berbeda. Para siswa menyelesaikan kreasi mereka dengan menempel label pada setiap lapisan tanah. Para siswa kemudian dapat membawa pulang kreasi mereka atau memakannya langsung setelah proses observasi. Dari kegiatan ini, para  siswa dapat memahami berbagai istilah dan konsep sains yang kompleks dengan sederhana lewat eksperimen yang mudah dan menarik.  Belajar menjadi lebih bersemangat ketika dikombinasikan dengan seni!
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Learning Science with the Red Nose Foundation is always fun and exciting! Level 1 students learned about different moon phases or which portion of the Moon is directly sunlit as viewed from Earth. They did this by peeling off the cream in cookie sandwiches and arranging them in a rotation cycle. Meanwhile, level 3 students learned about soil layers by stacking sweet treats in a plastic cup. The different treats represented different soil and rock layers. The students finished their creation by putting labels on each layer. After the observation process, the students could take home their creation or eat them. Students were able to understand various complex science terms and concepts by breaking them down into simple and engaging experiments.  Learning becomes more exciting when combined with art! --
#scienceisfun #sainsdanseni #scienceandart #rednosefoundation #yayasanhidungmerah #moonphases #lunarphase #fasebulan #hilal #creativeedu #creativeeducation #pendidikankreatif #sweettreats #makananringan #belajarseru #giatbelajar #bebasberekspresi #expressfreely #helpingchildren #innovativelearning #belajarasyik
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Belajar Sains dengan Yayasan Hidung Merah selalu menyenangkan dan mengasyikkan! siswa level 1 mempelajari fase bulan yang terlihat dari Bumi. Mereka mempelajari fase-fase tersebut dengan mengelupas krim dalam beberapa biskuit dan menyusunnya menyerupai siklus rotasi bulan. Sementara itu, siswa level 3 belajar tentang lapisan tanah dengan menumpuk makanan ringan di dalam gelas plastik. Tiap lapisan makanan ringan mewakili lapisan tanah dan batuan yang berbeda. Para siswa menyelesaikan kreasi mereka dengan menempel label pada setiap lapisan tanah. Para siswa kemudian dapat membawa pulang kreasi mereka atau memakannya langsung setelah proses observasi. Dari kegiatan ini, para siswa dapat memahami berbagai istilah dan konsep sains yang kompleks dengan sederhana lewat eksperimen yang mudah dan menarik. Belajar menjadi lebih bersemangat ketika dikombinasikan dengan seni!
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Learning Science with the Red Nose Foundation is always fun and exciting! Level 1 students learned about different moon phases or which portion of the Moon is directly sunlit as viewed from Earth. They did this by peeling off the cream in cookie sandwiches and arranging them in a rotation cycle. Meanwhile, level 3 students learned about soil layers by stacking sweet treats in a plastic cup. The different treats represented different soil and rock layers. The students finished their creation by putting labels on each layer. After the observation process, the students could take home their creation or eat them. Students were able to understand various complex science terms and concepts by breaking them down into simple and engaging experiments. Learning becomes more exciting when combined with art! --
#scienceisfun #sainsdanseni #scienceandart #rednosefoundation #yayasanhidungmerah #moonphases #lunarphase #fasebulan #hilal #creativeedu #creativeeducation #pendidikankreatif #sweettreats #makananringan #belajarseru #giatbelajar #bebasberekspresi #expressfreely #helpingchildren #innovativelearning #belajarasyik
Awwww, tired baby! This snowy owlet, photographed in 2015 at Nihondaira Zoo, has conked out cold for a nap. Surprisingly, this is not an unusual way for owls to sleep! Usually they hook onto a branch so they don't fall out of the tree, but that's not a problem here 😆 📷: @n_naga/Twitter

Please follow me: -@science.everyday5
 #scienceiscool#sciencerules #sciencefair #sciences#scienceteacher #sciencefictionart#sciencenerd #sciencerocks#scienceexperiment #scienceworld#scienceisfun #scienceproject#sciencemuseum
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Awwww, tired baby! This snowy owlet, photographed in 2015 at Nihondaira Zoo, has conked out cold for a nap. Surprisingly, this is not an unusual way for owls to sleep! Usually they hook onto a branch so they don't fall out of the tree, but that's not a problem here 😆 📷: @n_naga /Twitter

Please follow me: -@science.everyday5
#scienceiscool #sciencerules #sciencefair #sciences #scienceteacher #sciencefictionart #sciencenerd #sciencerocks #scienceexperiment #scienceworld #scienceisfun #scienceproject #sciencemuseum
America's first rollercoaster opened on  June 16, 1884 in Coney Island, NY. Today the fastest rollercoaster, the Formula Rossa (Abu Dhabi), runs at 150 mph. Worried about safety?  Don’t be. You have a better chance of dying falling out of bed. According to the National Safety Council, you've got a 1 in 24 million chance of getting seriously injured on an amusement park ride.
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Please follow me: -@daily.science.ig
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America's first rollercoaster opened on June 16, 1884 in Coney Island, NY. Today the fastest rollercoaster, the Formula Rossa (Abu Dhabi), runs at 150 mph. Worried about safety? Don’t be. You have a better chance of dying falling out of bed. According to the National Safety Council, you've got a 1 in 24 million chance of getting seriously injured on an amusement park ride.
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Please follow me: -@daily.science.ig
#scienceiscool #sciencerules #sciencefair #sciences #scienceteacher #sciencefictionart #sciencenerd #sciencerocks #scienceexperiment #scienceworld #scienceisfun #scienceproject #sciencemuseum
Let's discuss the commonly perceived detrimental effects of strength training to running performance.
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Yes, there is an interference effect between strength training and endurance training.
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Running activates the AMPK metabolic pathway, which oxidises glucose/fatty acids to be utilised as available energy to run. In contrast, strength training activates the MTOR pathway which synthesizes and stores tissue glycogen and muscle protein.
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In general, strength training will NOT impede running performance. But it WILL  enhance muscular and bone density for overall running strength, power and speed that running alone will not fully provide.
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In addition, since resistance training is anabolic in nature (building up tissue), there is also the fear that it increases muscle bulk and make the athlete heavier and less efficient. But running is catabolic (breaking down to release energy) so it cancels out in a way, and the addition of resistance training allows your body to be resilient for the running loads.
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But with the different signalling pathways from these two types of training, be sure to separate sessions on separate days, or leave at least 4-6 hours between them within the same day. If performing these sessions back to back, the benefits of the second session will be nullified from the messages activated from the first session.
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#themotionmechanic #strengthtraining #running #HIIT #scienceisfun
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Let's discuss the commonly perceived detrimental effects of strength training to running performance.
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Yes, there is an interference effect between strength training and endurance training.
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Running activates the AMPK metabolic pathway, which oxidises glucose/fatty acids to be utilised as available energy to run. In contrast, strength training activates the MTOR pathway which synthesizes and stores tissue glycogen and muscle protein.
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In general, strength training will NOT impede running performance. But it WILL enhance muscular and bone density for overall running strength, power and speed that running alone will not fully provide.
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In addition, since resistance training is anabolic in nature (building up tissue), there is also the fear that it increases muscle bulk and make the athlete heavier and less efficient. But running is catabolic (breaking down to release energy) so it cancels out in a way, and the addition of resistance training allows your body to be resilient for the running loads.
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But with the different signalling pathways from these two types of training, be sure to separate sessions on separate days, or leave at least 4-6 hours between them within the same day. If performing these sessions back to back, the benefits of the second session will be nullified from the messages activated from the first session.
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#themotionmechanic #strengthtraining #running #HIIT #scienceisfun
‪Tickets will be available soon! 
The best way to make sure you don’t miss them is to head to our website (link in bio) and sign up to our news letter. 
Our first 100 ticket transactions will be entered into a prize draw to win a cool science bundle from our friends at @johnadams_toys.
You won’t wanna miss this, go sign up today to stay up to date with the latest info!
#pbstemfest
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‪Tickets will be available soon!
The best way to make sure you don’t miss them is to head to our website (link in bio) and sign up to our news letter.
Our first 100 ticket transactions will be entered into a prize draw to win a cool science bundle from our friends at @johnadams_toys.
You won’t wanna miss this, go sign up today to stay up to date with the latest info!
#pbstemfest
June's Groovy Box 👉 Blowing In The Wind!

Design Challenge: You are a groovy mechanical engineer who is inspired by the story of a young boy from Malawi, who, at fourteen years old, battled through extreme poverty to build a series of windmills from scratch that could generate electricity for his village – a luxury enjoyed by only 2 percent in Malawi. Using only the materials in your Groovy Lab in a Box, can you design and build a windmill which can fetch a pail of grooviness for those in need?

Click the link in our bio and order your subscription box today!

#STEM #STEMChallenge #STEAM #STEMEd #STEMforKids #STEMist #STEMists #Windmills #Windpower #renewableenergy #turbine #GreenEnergy #GoGreen #LinearEnergy #RotationalEnergy #homeschooling #instascience #sciencerocks #scienceisawesome #handsonscience #scienceiscool #scienceeducation #sciencekids #stemlearning #steameducation #scienceeducation #steamforkids #stemeducation #instakid #ilovescience #scienceisfun
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June's Groovy Box 👉 Blowing In The Wind!

Design Challenge: You are a groovy mechanical engineer who is inspired by the story of a young boy from Malawi, who, at fourteen years old, battled through extreme poverty to build a series of windmills from scratch that could generate electricity for his village – a luxury enjoyed by only 2 percent in Malawi. Using only the materials in your Groovy Lab in a Box, can you design and build a windmill which can fetch a pail of grooviness for those in need?

Click the link in our bio and order your subscription box today!

#STEM #STEMChallenge #STEAM #STEMEd #STEMforKids #STEMist #STEMists #Windmills #Windpower #renewableenergy #turbine #GreenEnergy #GoGreen #LinearEnergy #RotationalEnergy #homeschooling #instascience #sciencerocks #scienceisawesome #handsonscience #scienceiscool #scienceeducation #sciencekids #stemlearning #steameducation #scienceeducation #steamforkids #stemeducation #instakid #ilovescience #scienceisfun
In my recent #blogpost , I shared 8 of my favourite science podcasts to listen to, and one bonus 😅😅
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Listening to podcasts from brilliant science communicators makes learning so easy. .
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Go read the post, so you can learn too🤗 #linkinbio .
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Do you listen to podcasts? .
If you do, what podcasts do you listen to? I want to listen to more. Suggest some to me (they don’t have to only be science related). 😉
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In my recent #blogpost , I shared 8 of my favourite science podcasts to listen to, and one bonus 😅😅
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Listening to podcasts from brilliant science communicators makes learning so easy. .
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Go read the post, so you can learn too🤗 #linkinbio .
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Do you listen to podcasts? .
If you do, what podcasts do you listen to? I want to listen to more. Suggest some to me (they don’t have to only be science related). 😉
If his future career is based on his current interests, I'm fairly certain he's going to be a marine biologist. This kid LOVES "water animals" as he call them and could watch @blue.planet.2 all day long. .
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#fieldtrip #totschool #preschoolathome #homeschooling #marinebiology #aquariumexploration #scienceisfun #naturelover #homeschoolpreschool #preschoolfun #fishfun #wildandfreechildren #candidchildhood #childhoodunplugged #documentyourdays #thatsdarling #letthembelittle #blueplanetii #blueplanet
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If his future career is based on his current interests, I'm fairly certain he's going to be a marine biologist. This kid LOVES "water animals" as he call them and could watch @blue.planet.2 all day long. .
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#fieldtrip #totschool #preschoolathome #homeschooling #marinebiology #aquariumexploration #scienceisfun #naturelover #homeschoolpreschool #preschoolfun #fishfun #wildandfreechildren #candidchildhood #childhoodunplugged #documentyourdays #thatsdarling #letthembelittle #blueplanetii #blueplanet
Bananas are slightly radioactive because they contain potassium and potassium decays.
Potassium is a necessary substance for healthy operation of your body. You would have to eat a LOT of bananas just to compete with the natural potassium dose of your body.
You will certainly die from radiation poisoning if you are able to eat 10,000,000 bananas at once. You may also witness chronic symptoms if you eat 274 bananas a day for seven years.

#bananafruit #bananas #science #sciencewisdom #scienceisfun #radioactives #radioactivity #radiationprotection #radiation #facts💯 #facts #factoftheday #dailyfacts #pottasium #yellowcolor #ignitedminds #reignited
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Bananas are slightly radioactive because they contain potassium and potassium decays.
Potassium is a necessary substance for healthy operation of your body. You would have to eat a LOT of bananas just to compete with the natural potassium dose of your body.
You will certainly die from radiation poisoning if you are able to eat 10,000,000 bananas at once. You may also witness chronic symptoms if you eat 274 bananas a day for seven years.

#bananafruit #bananas #science #sciencewisdom #scienceisfun #radioactives #radioactivity #radiationprotection #radiation #facts💯 #facts #factoftheday #dailyfacts #pottasium #yellowcolor #ignitedminds #reignited
Excited to announce that I’m part of a brand-new kids science show called Blynk and Aazoo! Catch me on TVOKids on Mondays at 8:45 AM EST or Tuesdays at 3:30 PM EST! 🛸🔎 Checkout my first episode July 9th. #BlynkAndAazoo #science #scienceforkids #stemforkids #stemeducation #sciencekids #stemed #stemgirls #stemsquad #futurescientist #shecanstem #stemforall #stemfluencer #steameducation #scienceclass #ilovescience #scienceisfun #sciencerocks #scienceiscool #sciencelife #activelearning #teachingkids #stemlearning
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Excited to announce that I’m part of a brand-new kids science show called Blynk and Aazoo! Catch me on TVOKids on Mondays at 8:45 AM EST or Tuesdays at 3:30 PM EST! 🛸🔎 Checkout my first episode July 9th. #BlynkAndAazoo #science #scienceforkids #stemforkids #stemeducation #sciencekids #stemed #stemgirls #stemsquad #futurescientist #shecanstem #stemforall #stemfluencer #steameducation #scienceclass #ilovescience #scienceisfun #sciencerocks #scienceiscool #sciencelife #activelearning #teachingkids #stemlearning
Breathing and the Respiratory System

Humans breathe through something called the respiratory system. This system is made up primarily of our lungs and windpipe. 
Why do we have to breathe? 
Our body is a very complex system. One of the main things it needs is energy. When we eat our body digests the food to get complex molecules like glucose, which it can use for energy. However, food alone isn't enough. The cells also need oxygen to react with the glucose to create the energy. We get the oxygen to our cells with the respiratory system and by breathing. 
We breathe in using a muscle called the diaphragm. It flattens out making our lungs expand and fill with air. When we breathe in, air gets forced through our nose or mouth, down our windpipe, and into bronchi tubes in our lungs. These bronchi tubes branch out and get smaller and smaller, like the roots or branches of a tree. 
At the end of the smallest branches of the bronchi are tiny air sacs called alveoli. These air sacs have a very thin, one cell thick wall that allows oxygen to be passed to red blood cells as they are passing by. There are hundreds of millions of these tiny guys in our lungs. 
The alveoli don't just pass oxygen to our blood, they also help to clean out waste gas from our blood cells. This waste gas is carbon dioxide. When we need to breathe the carbon dioxide out of our lungs, the diaphragm bows up and pushes the air back out, getting rid of the carbon dioxide. This makes room for fresh air with new oxygen to come back in on our next breathe.

After all those explanation, we made our own imitation of respiratory system. This science project is so fun and easy to prepare!

#scienceforkinder #kindergarten #scienceisfun #scienceactivity #biology #kindergartentecher #teachersfollowteacher #teachersofinstagram #schoolactivities #teachersofkinder
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Breathing and the Respiratory System

Humans breathe through something called the respiratory system. This system is made up primarily of our lungs and windpipe.
Why do we have to breathe?
Our body is a very complex system. One of the main things it needs is energy. When we eat our body digests the food to get complex molecules like glucose, which it can use for energy. However, food alone isn't enough. The cells also need oxygen to react with the glucose to create the energy. We get the oxygen to our cells with the respiratory system and by breathing.
We breathe in using a muscle called the diaphragm. It flattens out making our lungs expand and fill with air. When we breathe in, air gets forced through our nose or mouth, down our windpipe, and into bronchi tubes in our lungs. These bronchi tubes branch out and get smaller and smaller, like the roots or branches of a tree.
At the end of the smallest branches of the bronchi are tiny air sacs called alveoli. These air sacs have a very thin, one cell thick wall that allows oxygen to be passed to red blood cells as they are passing by. There are hundreds of millions of these tiny guys in our lungs.
The alveoli don't just pass oxygen to our blood, they also help to clean out waste gas from our blood cells. This waste gas is carbon dioxide. When we need to breathe the carbon dioxide out of our lungs, the diaphragm bows up and pushes the air back out, getting rid of the carbon dioxide. This makes room for fresh air with new oxygen to come back in on our next breathe.

After all those explanation, we made our own imitation of respiratory system. This science project is so fun and easy to prepare!

#scienceforkinder #kindergarten #scienceisfun #scienceactivity #biology #kindergartentecher #teachersfollowteacher #teachersofinstagram #schoolactivities #teachersofkinder
🔹 View from the top #witharcher
@explorenasa bring us this view of the new work platforms in High Bay 3 of the Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB) taken on Feb. 22, 2019, at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The Exploration Ground Systems team is preparing to perform an initial swing test of the Core Stage Inter-tank Umbilical (CSITU) on the 355 foot-tall mobile launcher. The CSITU is a swing-arm umbilical that will connect to the Space Launch System (SLS) core stage inter-tank. The CSITU is  located around the 140-foot level of the 355-foot mobile launcher tower. It will provide conditioned air, pressurized gases and power and data connection to the core stage. 📸 by NASA/Frank Michaux
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🔹 View from the top #witharcher
@explorenasa bring us this view of the new work platforms in High Bay 3 of the Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB) taken on Feb. 22, 2019, at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The Exploration Ground Systems team is preparing to perform an initial swing test of the Core Stage Inter-tank Umbilical (CSITU) on the 355 foot-tall mobile launcher. The CSITU is a swing-arm umbilical that will connect to the Space Launch System (SLS) core stage inter-tank. The CSITU is located around the 140-foot level of the 355-foot mobile launcher tower. It will provide conditioned air, pressurized gases and power and data connection to the core stage. 📸 by NASA/Frank Michaux
Weekends are for testing. 😊
I’ve got a scientific mind, so working out problems and finding solutions is fun to me. Today, I’m working on wick testing different wax blends I’ve made to deal with the problem of shipping candles in this summer heat. 
SCIENCE! 👩🏼‍🔬🥰
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#waxonwaxoffshop #science #candles #candlemaker #wicktesting #sundayfunday #familybusiness #creativepreneur #alpharettaga #summeringeorgia #beeswax #parasoywax #scienceisfun @waxonwaxoffshop
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Weekends are for testing. 😊
I’ve got a scientific mind, so working out problems and finding solutions is fun to me. Today, I’m working on wick testing different wax blends I’ve made to deal with the problem of shipping candles in this summer heat.
SCIENCE! 👩🏼‍🔬🥰
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#waxonwaxoffshop #science #candles #candlemaker #wicktesting #sundayfunday #familybusiness #creativepreneur #alpharettaga #summeringeorgia #beeswax #parasoywax #scienceisfun @waxonwaxoffshop
TREES ARE MOVING WEST AND IT'S BECAUSE OF CLIMATE CHANGE (via @yearsofliving)
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"Although individual trees are stationary, tree species migrate over time as a response to changes in their environment. Researchers at @lifeatpurdue have been studying trees in the Eastern United States and have found that between 1980 and 2015, 73% of 86 species studied have moved west looking for rain. They are moving to the Midwest because it’s experiencing more rainfall, and while the Southeast still gets proportionally more, the rainfall has been decreasing in recent years. In addition, 62% of the species are migrating north to escape the heat. While these migrations might help preserve individual species, it will likely destabilize forest ecosystems. Have you seen new trees popping up in your area? Let us know in the comments." 🌳🍃
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TREES ARE MOVING WEST AND IT'S BECAUSE OF CLIMATE CHANGE (via @yearsofliving )
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"Although individual trees are stationary, tree species migrate over time as a response to changes in their environment. Researchers at @lifeatpurdue have been studying trees in the Eastern United States and have found that between 1980 and 2015, 73% of 86 species studied have moved west looking for rain. They are moving to the Midwest because it’s experiencing more rainfall, and while the Southeast still gets proportionally more, the rainfall has been decreasing in recent years. In addition, 62% of the species are migrating north to escape the heat. While these migrations might help preserve individual species, it will likely destabilize forest ecosystems. Have you seen new trees popping up in your area? Let us know in the comments." 🌳🍃
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In April 1961 when news of Yuri Gagarin’s pioneering spaceflight as the first human ever to go into space was coming over the radio Elena Fyodorovna turned to her daughter and said, “They’ve sent a lad up, now it’s a lass’s turn to go.”
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Inspired by the launch of Gagarin, Valentina Tereshkova would sit on the banks of the Volga, dreaming of piloting a spaceship. In the spring of 1962, she was selected as a cosmonaut candidate, by which time she had completed over 120 jumps.
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Valentina Tereshkova was launched into space #OnThisDay in 1963. She spent almost three days orbiting Earth, spending more time in space than all of the Mercury 7 combined. It would be twenty years before the first American woman (Sally Ride) was launched into space.

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In April 1961 when news of Yuri Gagarin’s pioneering spaceflight as the first human ever to go into space was coming over the radio Elena Fyodorovna turned to her daughter and said, “They’ve sent a lad up, now it’s a lass’s turn to go.”
👩‍🚀
Inspired by the launch of Gagarin, Valentina Tereshkova would sit on the banks of the Volga, dreaming of piloting a spaceship. In the spring of 1962, she was selected as a cosmonaut candidate, by which time she had completed over 120 jumps.
👩‍🚀
Valentina Tereshkova was launched into space #OnThisDay in 1963. She spent almost three days orbiting Earth, spending more time in space than all of the Mercury 7 combined. It would be twenty years before the first American woman (Sally Ride) was launched into space.

Please follow me: -@_Science_commiunity

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